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Survivor – Clear as Mud

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Wow, that was a close one, in more ways than one. Of course it was a close one for Joe. Whenever injuries like that happen, and the Survivors are told that if they choose to stay in the competition, they could lose their lives or limbs, it makes an impact. It was also a close one for that person that was going to be voted out. The problem is, I have no idea who that is.

After the merger of the tribes there were so many separate alliances going on that I have no idea who the plan was to vote out. And I’m not totally sure any of them knew either. I don’t think I’ve ever seen two tribes so anxious to create cross-tribal alliances before.

Not only do we have the Exile alliance of four, five if you count JT, but now we have an additional alliance of Coach/Tyson/JT/Stephen/Debbie, and they think they’re the only cross-tribal alliance, but Stephen knows better. And separate factions of these alliances and old tribes all discussed different people. Coach and Tyson immediately pegged Brendan, a nemesis. JT could get on board with that, glad it’s not someone on old Jalapao, and not knowing Brendan is part of an alliance with his tribemates Taj and Stephen. Stephen wants to go along with it, and Taj considers it as well, since Brendan hasn’t done anything to make her think their alliance is still in tact.

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