>Yul earned his idol, at a
>time when finding them wasn't
That wasn't really the point. I was saying that if you change something as vital as the possession of the HII then anyone could be voted out. But, if you want to go there: Production always had the last word as the who got the idol. Make the clues easy or hard depending on who goes to EI. Misty and Jonathan had ZERO chances of finding them with the clues given.
Yul earned it? He followed the clues given to him. So, yes, he earned it. Colton didn't earn it? He followed the clues given to him: No EI, one camp, two idols. I'd say he earned this season's idol.
>I don't doubt Colton is a
>smart guy. So was Dave
>Johnson. So was Cochran. Being
>a smart guy doesn't make
>you a good player.
True, very true but he got what he wanted so that puts him ahead of others in the good player category. Compare him to Nina.
>Colton has played horribly.
Results say NO!
>changed" when production had Sabrina
>find a HII to give
>to Colton, which happened in
>the premier. At that moment,
>the boot went from being
>him to being Matt.
That's only 3 extra days.
>A HII can ALWAYS be a
>game changer, especially when thrown
>into the mix of a
>divided tribe. That's why production
>keeps it around.
That's why Colton asked for it.
>The same arguments you used against
>Sandra apply in spades here.
>Colton did everything you shouldn't
>do in the first 3
>days. He EARNED his spot
>as the first boot. Instead,
>he was REWARDED for his
>poor play with the HII.
Not sure which argument against Sandra applies here. I said that she would be in trouble on a tribe that lost the 1st few ICs but that was a hypothetical. It's also a hypothetical in Colton's case because he's at the 3rd cycle, still alive and well.
>Good move by him to reveal
>it, but that is kinda
>like giving someone credit for
>turning their headlights on while
>driving at night.
Did Alex show the idol to Dreamz? No, he kept it secret too long and it cost him the game.
Did Ozzy show his idol to Parvati? Yes and it cost him the game.
All this to say there are no recipes and revealing an idol can kill you. Just like keeping it secret. Colton got what he wanted from his move while others regretted their decisions. Therefore it was a good move.
>And to make it as easy
>as possible, the Frat Boys
>even went to bed, leaving
>Colton all alone with the
>Misfits. How nice.
They had to sleep sometimes!