Jeff asked all the players to sit on some logs that had been set on the ground away from the hut.
Standing in front of them, he said: “I hope you enjoyed the feast because the game is about to begin again. We will be playing for individual immunity right here and now. For this challenge, I will be asking you questions about the feast.
If you get a question wrong, you will be eliminated.
If we reach a round where all the remaining players fail to answer it correctly, we will cancel that question and go to the next round until only one of you remains.
Players eliminated in a prior round do not come back in if everyone else fails during a certain round.
Mick started laughing uncontrollably, knowing he had no chance of winning this challenge.
Katie had a different reaction: “Jeff, you are a stinker” she said.
Unphased, Jeff went on: “Here is the first question: How many bottles of wine were set on the table?”
The players quickly turned around, hoping to count the bottles but they realized that curtains had been placed in front of the hut to frustrate them.
Jeff asked for the answers and revealed: “Aras got it right, Katie got it right, Mike got it right, Mick got it right and Dreamz got it right. Just like that, we are down from 12 to 5.
The second question is: All the dishes were white except one. What color was that plate?
Mike got it right and Dreamz got it right.
Aras, Katie, Mick, you can join the others on the bench.
Next question: How many types of cheese was offered?”
Mike and Dreamz looked at each other, neither having a clue.
After they revealed their answer, Jeff said: “Mike guessed wrong, so did Dreamz. We go on to the next question: For dessert, we offered you some little tarts. How many had red berries on top?”
Asking for answers, Jeff first said: “Mike got it wrong so, if Dreamz has it right, he will win immunity. Dreamz said 6 and the answer is…6! Dreamz wins immunity!
Dreamz raised his hands and the others clapped, more because the ordeal was over and they could go get a nap than to congratulate the winner. Sensing this, Jeff took his time, talking about the importance of immunity, telling everyone that Dreamz now had a 1 in 11 chance of winning the game, that the others would have to go to Tribal Council tomorrow with their safety in doubt and that they would have nearly two whole days to decide who would be going home. Finally, he picked up the necklace and asked Dreamz to step forward. Putting the necklace around his neck, Jeff asked for Dreamz’s impression. Before letting them go, he told them that they had to decide on a tribe name and paint a new tribe flag. Finally, he turned around and left. The Survivors made their way back to camp and each found a place to rest.
Of course, that didn’t last very long because, almost sadistically, the crew now made the rounds to get confessionals from everyone.
Aras’ confessional made it on the air: “I am somewhat confident. I have a F2 with Ian (he also has F2 agreements with Mick and Mike). I have a F3 with Jenna and Mick and I have a F3 with Ian and Mike. Mike is very leery of Mick. I am nervous about Mick because he is such a schmoozer and I am nervous about Todd because he's a strategic guy. He is running UTR in this game. I think Dreamz suspects me as the turncoat in the cross-tribal alliance. He was so disappointed when Neleh got voted out over Kelly, I felt horribly. But Ian put together his alliance before Katie put one together and I do trust Ian the most of anyone playing this game.
Pre-merge, we were almost one big happy family not too concerned about who got voted out. I think there was enough conversation between the two tribes that no one was voted out unexpectedly except maybe Yul, but he was not really playing the game so while I was happy that some players I really didn’t know got voted out early, I didn't really care.”
Ian: Will things change now that we are in the individual part of the game?
Hopefully not, as I'm already quite comfortable where I stand in the tribe. I have a solid F6, an F5, an F4, an F3, and two F2 deals. Right now, it's going to be a matter of seeing who wins the immunities and adjusting the vote accordingly.
I think the first two votes after the merge will dictate the rest of the season. As far as I know, the breakdown of the alliances so far is 6 vs. 4 vs. 1, with some of the 6 and the 4 keeping tabs on each other. One person from our side flips and the whole structure falls down, and I'd rather see that later, probably at F8 or so, rather than sooner.
I'm not particularly sure about the info that has been given to me. The One that I'm referring to is Sandra, who I'm sure has an in with Katie who is closer to Dreamz and Greg than to us. I'm really treating the alliance breakdown as 6 vs. 5, with Mick and Aras acting as "moles" for our alliance. Aras has told me that Sandra is not part of the 4 (or 5, whichever).
I'm allied with them both, Mick for an F4 deal with Aras and Jenna (who isn't actually in our alliance of right now but is close to Mick), and Aras for an F2 deal.
I'm confident in my alliance with Aras. He approached me, after all. Mick has been playing a very secretive game, but we need him to keep the numbers on our side--Mick and Jenna come as a packaged deal.”
Todd didn’t have much to say at this stage but the editors needed to set up the upcoming boot so thay spliced and diced some of his comments to give the audience an idea of what was going to happen: “The Doritos alliance/ doesn’t have a chance. Danni told me/ that she doesn’t want to vote/ against me. Maybe I could/ turn things around/ on her.”
The first scene was saw was Danni sitting with some members of the Doritos and she was saying: “I know how it can be when you are in the minority so I hope it will be more pleasant for you guys.”
Todd soon relayed that conversation to the Nachos.
Mick: “Aras & I are double agents. One of the alliances has already broken down; the 'leader' took some time off from the game and no one else stepped in to keep communication going. That led some members of the Doritos to act alone and, while I always been close to Jenna, I heard that Todd was plotting something with Danni. She told me and the other Nachos that she wants to keep Todd safe. It’s odd because Todd wasn’t our first target anyway. Her suggestion made us nervous. Now, Todd tells us that she is trying to work with the Doritos and he’s trying to get us to vote her out! I don’t trust him at all.”
Aras: “Things started off well enough but the sh*t just hit the fan: Mick is trying to blindside Todd and Mike wants to blindside Mick. I just got a sermon from Dreamz - that man is wordy and, I predict, that will be his downfall in this game!! It is going to go from one big happy family to craziness soon. Me? I'm just trying to stay out of it. And now Todd has told our alliance that Danni tried to form her own alliance so we may have an easy decision to make. So, I’m not nervous, now the fun begins! I just lined up Earl to vote with my group of 5 so unless someone mutinies, then we are okay for a while.”
Dreamz had the final confessional before being told to make the walk to Tribal Counicl: "They say that when you merge, you are sleeping with the enemy but I think we had been sleeping with our biggest enemy all along."
First, Jeff asked about the new Tribal name and Aras told him that it had come to a choice between Gufu and Opa but that they settled on Opa.
Then, Jeff asked about the merge.
Players gave their impressions but mostly kept it superficial, not wanting to stir any trouble.
So, everything was calm until Dreamz announced: “I will be voting against Jenna because she has jumped ship.”
Jenna tried defending herself, saying that everyone was making deals with both sides, pointing to Todd and Danni.
That confused Danni who wasn’t aware that her name had even been discussed.
With the discussion heating up, Jeff decided it was a good time to send them to the voting booth, knowing that the forced silence and the reading of the vote would cause a lot of turmoil later on. Just what the audience likes!
He went to get the urn and started reading the votes:
We are tied: Two votes for Jenna, two votes for Danni. He continued:
Finally, he said: The 11th person voted out of the Greek Islands: Danni. That’s 6, that’s enough, you have to bring me your torch.
Danni, still not knowing exactly why her tribe had voted against her, calmly took her torch, set it down in front of Jeff and turned to wish good luck to everyone even if her eyes seemed to lock with Todd’s.
After she left, Jeff told everyone to get back to camp, adding: “Maybe you should have chosen Gufu after all.”