Survivor: Kaoh Rong recap, part 6: Scot Pollard is good during basketball, bad during personification with blocks
March 24, 2016 - Picnic Time
Scot Pollard’s strange, nomadic tour by Survivor has spin strangely beneficial. Initially stranded on a objectively terrible Brawn tribe, his new joined clan — Gondol is somehow equally bad. This spin of events has not usually authorised him to keep a aim off his back, though position himself as a force in a game. On Wednesday’s part he got to uncover his value again — by personification basketball.
There is no reason Gondol should siphon this bad, though they do. They have a brew or smarts, strength and a good value ethic — though during vicious moments they keep creation a dumbest decisions imaginable. That’s precisely what happened this week though there are good things on a horizon.
The Tai notation …
We continue to follow former NBA Champion Scot Pollard by his Survivor journey, though we need to speak about Tai — who is a biggest competitor of all time.
This part was approach too light on Tai for my liking. we don’t know if there’s a garland of Tai sorcery sitting on a slicing room floor, or if he didn’t do a lot of engaging things this week though we need a lot some-more Tai in my life. Upon returning from Tribal Council he was vehement that he didn’t go home and only asked that his clan keep him prolonged adequate to kill a chicken.
All we know is that Scot and Tai are still BFFs and operative together. If they make it to a combine things will be very, unequivocally happy to revolutionary Scot and Tai fans like myself.
SCOT POLLARD WITH THE BUCKETS! (sort of)
The prerogative plea this week centered on a clan releasing a garland of buoys, removing them to a seaside and afterwards carrying a group member fire into a hoop though a backboard. Making 10 shots would get we a hulk picnic, finish with a rather dubious-looking tuna salad that seemed to have been sitting in a object for a prolonged time.
Side note: How do they keep cruise food from apropos totally fetid? I’ve always wondered this. You’re on a hot-ass island with flies and bugs and this mayonnaise-based tuna salad is sitting in a object for an whole plea and a outing behind to camp. we digress.
You’d consider Scot would browbeat this challenge, though he unequivocally didn’t. We’ve determined during this indicate that Scot was not a good career shooter in a NBA and it showed in this challenge.
Each clan had 30 balls to make 10 shots, definition a 0.333 sharpened commission would be required. This was roughly from giveaway chuck distance, though though a assist of a backboard and a fact buoys are unequivocally opposite to basketballs. we don’t righteously know how many shots it took Scot. Midway by a plea a buoys indispensable to be retrieved so a competitors could fire again. If we had to theory it took Scot roughly 55 shots to make 10 buckets, giving him a sharpened commission of 0.181. Scot was a career 0.709 giveaway chuck shooter in a NBA. The island changes people.
Despite all this Scot gave us one of a many income Vines of Survivor: Kaoh Rong so far.
The cruise was great. Nobody died from a sun-drenched tuna salad. Life is good — for now. The rejecting plea is where Gondol always sucks and spoiler — they sucked again.
The judgment of this one was “teamwork.” Basically a whole clan indispensable to get past a array of obstacles together, afterwards work as a section to make a hulk building of blocks during a end. The hurdles were to get everybody over a spinning barrel, on tip of a net and knocking a blocks off another net. In many ways it seems like this part was done for Scot. Between a basketball plea and one where we need a high chairman to assistance put blocks in a building it was MADE for Gondol to win.
Despite removing a huge lead their altogether suckitude during a final leg was a tribe’s undoing. It was astonishingly bad. So we have a garland of blocks, 20 to be precise. 10 are vast and 10 are small. How do we smoke-stack them? A 5-year-old knows we put a large ones on a bottom and a smaller ones on top. Not Gondol. They didn’t work this out until Tai told them.
Okay, so that was a speed bump. It’s okay. You have a large lead, things are going well. You can recover. Well, until Peter done a dumbest thought ever. Instead of violation down their 10 retard smoke-stack they done out of a tiny ones, Peter suggested that Scot collect adult THE ENTIRE STACK OF BLOCKS and have them build a large ones underneath it. we don’t know because a rest of a clan (which, it should be noted, has 3 “brains” on it) suspicion this was a good thought — though they went along with it.
It finished predictably.
Chandol held up, won a plea and send Gongol to genealogical — again. The afternoon was spent scrambling. The former Brain members couldn’t confirm if they wanted to hang together or not, while a beauties and Scot fake their possess fondness and attempted to lean Aubry by revelation her about how most Peter was going behind her behind and scheming. It was misleading what would occur and a probability of a tie opinion loomed.
It’s here where we need to speak about what a terrible Survivor actor Peter has been. It’s startling that he done it this far. Peter devoted people with his deepest strategical secrets within seconds of assembly them, ceaselessly schemed opposite people in his fondness and nobody favourite him as a chairman for being arrogant. Yet, he still done it 6 weeks. That’s kind of amazing. We salute you, Peter.
Despite all this he was STILL astounded he got voted out, even after being called on his lies during tribal.
Oh Peter, we were so bad.
Next week we’re betrothed a partnership of a tribes. Scot now has Jason and Cydney watchful for him, and he has a organisation fondness with Tai. Everything is looking good for Mr. Pollard.