When Ta Keo loses the immunity challenge, it's basically down to two candidates to go home, and Vytas is the first one who gets his second chance torch snuffed.
Kelley was probably the big win of the Ta Keo footage we saw, mostly in that she was the first person to find a hidden immunity idol clue. The two tribes had to swim out and push a raft holding a fire and torches passed a series of lamps, lighting them all as they went. The first tribe to light the last lamp won immunity and a fire-building kit. The castaways were shocked to find out they would have no time to strategize before voting someone out.
Then, Probst revealed that the first challenge was about to begin!
It appears he may have some trouble fitting in socially again, even after all of these years, which is one reason why he sneaks off to look for a hidden Immunity Idol (further raising his shadiness level in the eyes of his tribe). The California native said it was her goal to keep her emotions in check this time around, but she was off to a bad start. One week it could be fancy and the next week it could look like a child made it. That way they never know what to expect.
Immediately, a few alliances start forming, with Jeremy taking the lead at Bayon to get a group together that includes Tasha, Keith, Andrew, and Joe (as a shield because he's such a big target, which, fair).
But all of the Abi-Maria drama is really there to be a distraction from what was actually going on in the camp, which was Vytas' total alienation from everyone else in his tribe. Shirin recognized Vytas' gamesmanship and quickly set up an alliance with Jeff, Kelley, Spencer, and Peih-Gee. He is in the Bayon tribe while Bledsoe, 23, is in the Ta Keo tribe.
The 31st edition of the groundbreaking reality show "Survivor" returns Wednesday night with 20 former contestants chosen by fans for a second chance at the title. The contestants were forced to scramble in their decision-making a bit after Probst announced they would be headed straight to Tribal Council from the challenge, leaving no time for open strategy sessions on the beach.
Jeff Varner declared that there was indeed a divide in the tribe between old school players and new school.
Abi acts like Peih-Gee wants to steal her cheap-ass Forever 21 fake leather cuff and passive aggressively talks around the fact that she thinks it was stolen, until Peih-Gee has to be the one to say something first.