Did you correctly predict who was voted out in Episode 6 of “Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X” Wednesday night? Based on our readers’ predictions, Jessica “Figgy” Figueroa had the best odds (13/8) of being eliminated, followed closely behind by her showmance partner Taylor Stocker at 10/3 odds. After reading our recap below, hurry and make your “Survivor 33” predictions for a chance to top our famous leaderboards. It’s fun and easy, so start now by predicting who will be voted out next.
Thanks to a savvy move by Adam Klein, Figgy ended up being eliminated by a 3-to-2 vote. Adam joined up with former rivals from the Gen X tribe Jessica Lewis and Ken McNickle to split up the power couple after Figgy made a boneheaded move at the reward challenge by announcing that she was happy Michelle Schubert survived last week’s elimination. Not seeming at all surprised by the comment, Michelle declared, “The truth works well,” to which host Jeff Probst said that was the first time he’d ever heard that on the show.
Also in the episode, Jay Starrett found a hidden immunity idol, but wasn’t able to keep it to himself as both Will Wahl and Michaela Bradshaw are now in on the secret. And Hannah Shapiro had a rough go of things in Episode 6, after first having a medical emergency due to a panic attack and then getting barked at by Michaela during the immunity challenge.
The Ikabula and Vanua tribes both won immunity and reward, leaving the Takali tribe as the night’s big loser. Can they rebound next week, or will Taylor hold a grudge against Adam, Jessica and Ken and keep the tribe from moving forward? The teaser trailer hinted that Adam will try to explain his reasons for voting out Figgy, but that Taylor may not be interested in listening.
Congratulations to our seven readers who tied with perfect 100% accuracy in predicting “The Truth Works Well”: Brulash82, Tony Randall, benutty, Chad, jackjackisback14, Finn Kobler and Volcarocka. They predicted that Figgy would be eliminated, that either Ikabula or Vanua would win Reward and Immunity, that no hidden immunity idols would be used and that no one would be medevaced. To see where you rank, view the full leaderboard.
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