Survivor One World
February 16, 2012 by staff
Survivor One World, Beach blanket bingo this is not. Our first questions when we learned Survivor: One World’s gender-divided tribes would share the same beach—whether the Castaways would form co-ed alliances and share resources—were resolved in the opening minutes of tonight’s premiere.
The answers? No and no.
So who won tonight’s battle of the sexes at the “remote Polynesian island” otherwise known as Samoa?
The men’s Manono tribe scored One World’s first victory, dodging Tribal Council on a technicality: Tattooed Kourtney, whom we were all ready to nickname Shamu because of her adorable knit cap, fractured her wrist in the first “freefall challenge” and had to leave the game.
Host Jeff Probst (who told contestants not to land on their hands) had to make a quick call (proving again that he is the Man and deserves every Emmy on his mantle), halting the game and summoning medical, who removed the injured girl for X-rays.
Jeff gave the men the option of finishing the challenge or declaring themselves winners by default. Manono chose to take the immunity and send the infuriated Salani women to Tribal Council, who taunted their opponents and accused them of bad sportsmanship.
Why were the women surprised? The men drew a line in the sand at the start: Jeff gave the two tribes 60 seconds to strip a supply truck; while everyone was focused on tossing their provisions overboard, banker Mike casually plundered the women’s stockpile. “I stole everything from them,” he laughed later. “It was just too easy, I had to go get it.”
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