‘Survivor’: What Will the Next Surprise Be?

by Joe Rutland
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There always are a number of surprises when watching Survivor on CBS. Now, we ask, what will be the next surprise popping out?

We will see what’s happening with some help from Matt & Jess.

What happened at the last tribal council meeting sows the seeds of discontent. Sydney found a way to shoot herself in the foot.

Xander, Tiffany, and Evvie are looking up from the bottom and have to make decisions.

The next episode, titled Betraydar, focuses on some castaways making some apologies. Also, Outsiders, keep your eyes on the reward challenge, too.

‘Survivor’ Will Have Reward Challenges That’ll Show Where Loyalties Do Lie

Survivor will show off what happens when reward challenges are accepted. Business is about to pick up, so you’ll want to think about tuning in this week.

Reward challenges definitely can be innocent. Then again, competitors can see where loyalties lie.

This challenge seems like it could have teams, but we’ll just have to wait and see. Host Jeff Probst will help square things away this week.

Catch Survivor on Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. Eastern, 7 p.m. Central, on CBS.

Brad Reese Talks About Bizarre Antics As Castaway on CBS Hit Show

Now, Outsiders, this former Survivor game player is talking about his experience on the show.

Brad Reese, in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, talked about making decisions in the game.

He had a plan of attack against Shantale and Sara. But Reese did tell the two women directly that they were his main targets. He said that when he was asked whom he was voting for. Well, that probably was the ultimate mistake leading to elimination.

Reese stands by his decision to be forthright with his plan.

“But what they didn’t show [is that] I spent four hours dodging that question,” Reese explained.

He also said point-blank that Shantale knew of his intentions. She also knew of his desire to keep her on the team. His idea by throwing out two names was to put Sara’s mind at ease before elimination.

Former Contestant, Olympic Swimmer Elizabeth Beisel Finishes Lengthy Swim

Survivor alum and Olympic swimmer Elizabeth Beisel completed a historical Block Island 10.4-mile swim in five hours, 19 minutes, this September.

She reportedly becomes the first woman to do so.

People said the Survivor star helped raise funds for nonprofit cancer research and patient programs. It was her way of honoring her dad, Charles “Ted” Lyons Beisel. He died in July 2021 of pancreatic cancer. 

In an Instagram post, she writes, “WE DID IT! I’m going to take a few days to let the Block Cancer swim sink in, but I wanted to make sure everyone knows how grateful I am for the help and support I received yesterday.”

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