The season of "Survival" has not yet started and the contestants are already scorched by the sun;
The members of the Tagalog tribe slept for three nights like spoiled sushi wrapped in a tarp;
Daniel Zioni is tired of covering himself with a tarp "like Tut Anach Amon";
Maya Kay models dreadlocks after two days on the island: "I'm going to get out of here confused Yuval," she complained in confusion while trying to comb her hair with a stick;
And Doreen and Co. are making ageism for the elite and separating her socially with the tag of the outsider.
Ageism in Maromiya.
Elit, photo: Network 13
Then Shikar, who won the bracelet of life in the previous mission, was called to a duel against a challenger from the second tribe (Tagalog), to be chosen by him, for a personal immunity mission with a name so dramatic as to be unbelievable - "The Life and Death Mission" - a mission whose purpose is to preserve or obtain the superpower which will affect who will be the first eliminated in the season.
Now, the sharp-eyed noticed that Maor the diamond and the one who talks about himself in the third person threw a jarring comment to the overly douchey liar: "Get a girl", he whispered to him and oops, at that moment Maor fell into the mixed slot of the season.
Shikar decided to go to a duel with Guy Rosen, and gave himself the title "Survivor and Gentleman".
In the end, Guy won the task - after scoring in the basket in a row, dug a hole to crawl through and was the first to complete a puzzle - and was given the opportunity to give personal immunity to a contestant from the other tribe (Baibain).
In a move that does not indicate him as "the wettest slug in the garden", he chose to give the chain of immunity to Doreen, who already in the first episode was seen as a producer of antagonism and in the second episode she was revealed to be a little tidy tips from the survivor-winner Naama Kasari (this was the cue for the sound of evil laughter in the background).
Doreen responded: "The leader recognized the leader."
Again Dorin responded (this time at the tribal council): I'm not the top (of a group), I'm a cute puppy." Level of credibility: Oren Hazan was not in Bulgaria.
Do you want to quit the game and come up to me to listen to records?
Casey and Maor, photo: Network 13
The lead-up to the eviction in the eviction episode that aired last night went like this: endless whispering conversations among the yellow tribe, which, as mentioned, is split into two groups led by Dorin against Maor, while Sahar swings between them like the last petal of a love-not-love flower.
In one of the conversations, Casey breaks down in front of the sea, and in front of Maor's pearl necklace, she opened her heart and expressed her difficulty in the social game more than the real game.
Maor just started to convince her to quit the game while he wears the "best friend" mask.
This boldness of his was revealed in Testa: "It's good for me (if Casey retires) because then they will cancel the impeachment."
Maor Nesham, are you the germ from "Haim", or are you just happy to get rid of a random survivor?
First eliminated, no lifebuoy, dance.
Maor, photo: Network 13
The tribal council is smeared throughout most of the episode in Barbara-Lerlert to exhaustion, only for Giazo to introduce the new accessories of the season at the end: the Destiny Stones.
Only one stone out of 18 fate stones will survive the bowl of fire and save its deposed owners from banishment.
They will answer, 17 destiny stones were bought at "everything in the dollar" and only one stone is the real thing.
Without an iota of tension, Maor was eliminated by the majority of Doreen's votes and the source of his stone of destiny was revealed, which is indeed of everything in rupees, oh sorry, in dollars.
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