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Survivor Nicaragua Preview: Gulliver’s Travels Challenge Quitters!

Posted by on December 1, 2010 at 3:56 PM EST

survivor nicaragua quittersSurvivor Nicaragua is set to air a brand new episode tonight that is chalk full of quitters.

Tonight should be a big night for Survivor: Nicaragua. As the weather continues to get worse and the cold settles in all of the remaining contestants are miserable. Everyone is wet, shivering, weak and tired. NaOnka and Purple Kelly seem to be taking it the worse as NaOnka cries and Purple Kelly confesses that she doesn’t know how much longer she can take it. People start talking about quitting the game and getting out of there.

At the reward challenge the Survivor team has something very interesting up its sleeve for the contestants. The remaining contestants will be split into two groups for what they call the “Gulliver’s Travels” challenge. Each group has a huge dummy that is probably 10-12 feet tall, large in size and heavy tied to a giant table with a lot of rope. They will have to untie the dummy then work as a team to carry it through an obstacle course. They can’t throw the dummy or drop it; they have to treat it as if it is a person. The obstacles include a large wall, an area filled with hay bales and a small tunnel with a rope maze in it.

Jeff Probst, in an interview today, said that tonight’s Survivor Nicaragua will shock and anger the audience. He goes on to say that after 20 season what we see tonight is a Survivor first. He remains coy but gives this much of a hint: “It is an absolute game-changer because the alliances that were firmly in place are no longer in place and it really sets the stage for a great finish because it truly is anybody’s game at this point.” The previews make it appear that there are two people who want to quit the game (most likely NaOnka, who has come close to quitting a few times already, and Purple Kelly). My guess is that at least one of them quits, but they have had that before so I think when one person quits at least one other follows suit. What could be a real shock is if one of them quits, then someone else like Dan or Jane follows them and out of the blue quits. The intrigue is building and I can’t wait to see how it all unfolds.

Tune in tonight at 8pm on CBS to see it all go down on brand new episode of Survivor Nicaragua.



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