“It’s rare when tribal gets this crazy,” host Jeff Probst said of everyone whispering.
“Every day the game changes for me,” Meehan said of the twists in the game.
Freberg told the group his trio was voting for Sheppard. And then the paranoia set in that they were telling the truth and that they would actually play their Individual Immunity Idols.
“I feel we should vote the way we said were going to vote when we came in here,” Sheppard said. “If that means I’m going to go home, I will go home.”
And in the end, it was Sheppard who was voted out as both Freberg and Fox played their Individual Immunity Idols.
“In one of the craziest tribals ever, Reynold, Eddie and Malcolm survived another vote,” Probst said. “The question is did they change the game enough to survive another vote.”
“Survivor: Caramoan — Fans vs. Favorites” airs Wednesday evenings on CBS.
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