Two of Survivor’s greats, Boston Rob Mariano and Sandra Diaz-Twine, have now been sent to Edge of Extinction. So who will emerge as a frontrunner on “Winners at War” as they approach the merge? The Wednesday, March 25 episode is titled “We’re in the Majors” and it airs at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
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Survivor Season 40, Episode 7 Preview
Season 40, episode 7 is titled “We’re in the Majors” and the description teases, “Some winners sprint their way to an opportunity to gain an edge over the other castaways. Also, one tribe employs a different strategy in a rigorous immunity challenge.”
The first part of that description seems to be talking about Edge of Extinction. Wonder what the opportunity is? Hopefully, it’s not as taxing as the log-carrying challenge that almost knocked Ethan Zohn out of the game.
Meanwhile, the second part is very intriguing. Does one of the tribes throw the immunity challenge in order to vote someone off? Or do they just not try as hard as they can because finishing in second place still keeps them safe? Hmmm.
In the preview clips CBS has released, it looks like exes Wendell Holland and Michele Fitzgerald might be setting aside their differences to work together, while Denise Stapley, who just pulled off a great move in last week’s episode, can be seen conspiring with Kim Spradlin-Wolfe.
In a clip of the immunity challenge, the show is not messing around this week. This challenge might be the hardest one yet. The tribes have to carry a large saucer underneath a water tower, fill it up with water, navigate an obstacle course, and then empty what’s left into the well. They have to fill up the well in order to get their puzzle pieces for the last portion of the challenge. Wow. That’s pretty brutal. It looks incredibly taxing and you know these people are running on absolute fumes.
Interestingly, the clip makes me wonder if the “different strategy” is to go so slowly that you only have to make one or two trips instead of trying to go fast and having to make more trips?
Finally, in the third preview clip, over at Dakal, Tony Vlachos is running sprints on the beach. That seems like a good way to conserve energy. Tony is also a little nervous because he lost his ally Sandra at the last Tribal Council, but he does appreciate that Denise did his dirty work by taking out Sandra.
If you need a fire token update, the current standings are as follows: on Edge of Extinction, Natalie Anderson has three. Danni Boatwright, Amber Brkich Mariano, and Ethan Zohn each have one. Boston Rob, Sandra, Parvati Shallow, and Tyson Apostol don’t have any.
Back in the game, Michele has the most with five because she just got Parvati’s tokens. Nick Wilson, Yul Kwon, and Denise have two apiece. Adam Klein, Ben Driebergen, Jeremy Collins, Sophie Clarke, Tony, Kim, and Wendell have one each. Sarah Lacina doesn’t have any.
Survivor: Winners at War airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
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