1- Jay: He let the game slip out of his hand but he used his shields well. Now he's back in the majority alliance and there are bigger fish to fry so he has a chance to wiggle his way to the end. Now that would be funny to see.
2- Bret: I simply loved the scene when Bret told first Zeke and then David that he understood their move aganst his buddy Chris. That was great social strategy. Then I enjoyed the scene when he told Zeke he was gay. But his best moment happened at TC when finally he called out crybaby David and welcomed the naive Ken to the game. I liked the fat naked gay guy in Borneo and I like this one also. He'll never be legendary but he made me smile.
3- Hannah: Caught between two masterminds, she chose to go with the other neurotic player which disappointed me a lot but at least she guessed correctly Zeke's reaction. If David had been smart enough to listen to her then Zeke would be out of the game. At least she found a way to guilt Jessica right out of the game.
4- Sunday: The only nice looking woman left in the game got what she wanted: Eliminate Jessica and ride an helicopter. Her most impressive move was whispering to Adam during TC that they were voting against Ken. The idiot bought it. Now, I hope she can help vote out the bad actor and his model ally.
5- Zeke: He was playing the perfect game but then he inexplicably fumbled the ball on the way to the end zone. Gaining Bret and Sunday as allies was splendid social strategy but then he lost his nerds' alliance. While I understand why Hannah walked away because Zeke neglected her, I still don't understand Adam's decision. Was it simply because he couldn't stand that Zeke included Jay in their alliance? I must be. General Zeke is lucky to still be in the game and the show may benefit from it.
6- David: That fake crybaby got everyone's support when he wanted to be left out of the reward but I would have acted like Sandra when Fairplay lied about his GrandMa or like Cirie when Shane wanted to quit: "If he wants to sit out, let him sit out."
Like him, we all saw that the distance to swim was so short that even Michael Phelps couldn't have gained more than a minute on the bad actor. Like him, we all know that the puzzle is always the deciding factor. His act was just for the cameras.
He didn't do a thing to gain those two precious allies, Hannah and Adam simply fell in his lap. So, I'm glad that he wasted a second idol and that one of his close allies got the rock but what made me the happiest was when Bret finally called him a crybaby at Tribal Council.
7- Ken: I loved it when Bret welcomed Ken to the game. If the guy had been talking to people he would have had a clue of what was going on during TC but he's so much on the periphery of the game that Sunday used his name to fake his alliance and it worked. Now this bozo has a challenge advantage. I just hope he has to give it away but then it would go to David...
8- Will: I loved that he thought he was being smart telling Zeke about Jay's idol only to have his secret revealed faster than when teenagers learn that their latest heartthrob broke up with their girlfriend. Now he wants to play hard? LoL!!!
9- Adam: What an idiot. He was Zeke's closest ally and would have benifitted greatly if his friend had come out on top but then he risked it all by following Hannah over to David's side. What was he hoping to get by joining that side? He was only playing to get Jay voted out of the game which is a dumb way to play. But, like Hannah and Zeke said, he truly is the worst team mate ever and when he ratted out what he thought was the other side's plan, he made David fall for their fake. I sympathize with him, especially considering his mother died last summer but as a player, he keeps on making dumb choices.
Booted - Chris: Since tooting our own horn seems to be the thing to do, I predicted that Chris would be blindsided soon because he reminded me of Savage so much. All that was missing was being hit by the idol
Booted - Jessica: Playing Russian roulette is dumb so I'm happy that the black purple rock hit such a dumb player. She wouldn't have been on the wrong side of Bret and Sunday if she hadn't been napping the day after the Paul blindside. A proactive player would have spent hours upon hours on repairing that alliance. Instead, she thought they had forgiven and forgotten. David's idol saved her so it was her karmic fruit that she'd get the snuff when David wasted his second idol. It's rare that a player can be so dumb as to make me regret someone like Lucy.