Unfortunately my plans to sneak away from family and write my recap were foiled by those very same people. Damn. It’s so annoying when people expect you to be a host when you’re….well…..hosting a holiday. Can’t they get their own goddamned sodas!?!?!?
Anyway, now that my house is FINALLY free of guests, I’m able to sit down and get down to this past week’s Survivor episode.
We start out with Dangrayne’s return from tribal. Now that Artis has been voted out Pete and Scabby know they’re up a creek that they pooped out themselves.
I knew those beans would catch up with us eventually!
Of course Scabby is annoyed because she thought they had decided that Tandang was going to stay strong and together no matter how many times she was a heinous bitch to certain other people.
They’re supposed to take my shit and keep coming back for more!
Meanwhile, Penner, Skupin, and Denise congratulate themselves for successfully breaking up the terrible trio. Skupin knows it was his first big move in the game. But he knows that you can’t win with just one big move; there are several big moves that need to take place before the end of this game. He tells us that he needs to control the game as much as possible so that his fate in his own hands. So he can drop it in the fire or shatter it.
Denise, Skupin, Penner, Carter, Malcolm, and Lisa agree that they will all stick together to the final six and then its game on. Personally I’m hoping that they’ll actually stick to that plan, but you know some crap is bound to interfere.
The next morning, Scabby pops open a bottle of wine and checks in with Lisa to see if she’s going to flip over to the new majority. Surely scowling and belittling her will keep her voting with Pete and Scabby, right?
Nothing like some bitchin and a bottle early in the day
Lisa tells us she’s just never been any good at break ups, but she is able to muster up the courage to tell Scabby she can no longer be in an alliance with her. Scabby argues that Lisa will be at the bottom of the other alliance.
Wouldn’t you rather be in the bottom of an alliance with people who are assholes to you?
Lisa tells Scabby that she doesn’t mind being at the bottom of alliance with people that trust and respect her.
I don’t understand. What is this trust and respect you are speaking of?
EXACTLY. Scabby still doesn’t understand how Lisa can say that other people were more gracious to her. It’s a testament to Lisa’s acting ability that she is able to sit there with a straight face because I think I may have busted out laughing in Scabby’s face at that one.