After being the first person voted out of “Survivor: Edge of Extinction,” 46-year-old Reem Daly of Ashburn, Virginia didn’t have a single kind word for her former Manu tribe members. “No offense, but screw my tribe,” Reem hissed in her “Survivor” Season 38 exit interview at the end of Wednesday’s season premiere. Responding to her tribe’s complaints that she shouldn’t have been so much of a mom around camp, Reem rolled her eyes and said, “Like, you’re mad that I put your freaking clothes on the beach to dry? Whatever.”
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Because of this season’s game-changing twist, even though she was voted out Reem still has a shot of winning the game since she chose the option of boating to Extinction Island as opposed to ending her adventure. The episode culminated in a dramatic cliffhanger as Reem stepped off of the boat in complete darkness and found a mysterious shelter in the middle of the island. “Holy crap — what is it?” Reem asked as we cut to black.
Also in her parting words, Reem seemed frustrated by the physical conditions at Extinction Island, saying, “I don’t want to cry because I’m still in the game and I’m happy to be in the game, but it’s wet and it’s cold. I just gotta stick it out.” Reem concluded by proclaiming, “Edge of freaking Extinction.”
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Reem was voted out with four votes from Chris Underwood, Rick Devens, Keith Sowell and David Wright. Just behind her was her loyal buddy Wendy Diaz with three votes from Kelley Wentworth, Lauren O’Connell and Dan “Wardog” DaSilva. As for Reem and Wendy, they voted for Kelley and Lauren, respectively.
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