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The Cleveland Show
Apr 04 2012, 01:00 PM by John Powell
Welcome to the home of John Powell's 'Survivor: One World' predictions (Tale of the Torch), his episode recaps and interviews. Come back to find out who he thinks will be voted out and track the progress of each player.
As the tribal politics at Tikiano continue to sort themselves out, we are presented with another random, unpredictable week. With the focus of the promos being on the whether or not the women band together once again or not, we suspect the “shocking blindside” is that a woman goes home and the proposed alliance doesn’t take hold. With Alicia and Christina being on the outs, it is fairly likely one of them takes a powder. A vote that might “eradicate any sense of security” would probably be Alicia since Christina would be too obvious a boot. Alicia getting kicked would probably send the rest of the women who thought there was an alliance in place scrambling for cover.
Her aggressive gameplay might sink her. Probst: "She’s a big flirt but the other women may not like that." In the Amazon edition, this kind of strategy had mixed results.
Probst: "Her country background makes her a good for this game. She should be there deep in the game." She seems to have all of the elements needed to go far. We will just have to see how her social game plays out.
She cannot seem to surpress her leadership qualities. Probst says: "I am not sure how she will blend in. She needs to work on her social game." She could either be a grand manipulator or the snake everyone knows is lurking in the grass.
Has a huge ego which might tick off the others.
Fitting in well and not putting his head on the chopping block. Probst: "He reminds me of Bobby Jon. He is likeable and a hard worker. I see him going deep in the game." This statement seems to jive with his bio quite well.
She has proven that she is a challenge liability but also because of that, she might not be considered a big threat. Probst: "She speaks before she thinks. She doesn't hesitate to say what's on her mind." This is not a good quality to have on Survivor. She could be in trouble early on if she insists on taking the leadership role in some way.
Not rocking the boat. Seems to be having a smooth game thus far. Is doing a good job thus far of biting her tongue. Probst: "She's the all American woman who is attractive and nice and loyal and seems like she has a real backbone but is also very bright." If this is true, she could be someone who get along well with everyone and may not be considered a threat until the very end.
The question becomes can he hold his own during challenges? If so, he might just glide on through being a sympathetic personality whom people might confide in.
Probst: "He's a big guy and I don't want him mad at me but I would put him in the category of villain. I'm not sure that he's aware that he's a villain." If he can surround himself with a tight alliance, he might make it to the merge but then could be the biggest target out there.
Another player who cannot bite her tongue.
As a photog, he is probably quite used to organizing people and working closely with them to get the result he wants.
Not in the core alliance. Seen as a dangerous schemer.
His appendix snuffed his torch.
She was viewed as a merge threat.
Made an enemy of Colton.
Considered an alpha male threat by the dominant alliance.
Too rough around the edges to fit in with the others.
Injured early on and has to be removed from the game.
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