[Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers from Survivor Season 43 Episode 10, “Get That Money, Baby.”]
Karla and Jesse did not play their idol in ‘Survivors 43’
The episode “Get That Money, Baby” showed Noelle Lambert pulling off an impressive victory in the bounty challenge. She then she chose Owen Knight, Jesse Lopez and sami layadi to enjoy a night sleeping comfortably in a bed, eating and reading letters from home.
That left Karla Cruz, Cassidy Clark, Mike Gabler and Cody Assenmacher in camp. The next day, the group joined them, and Jesse came up with a plan to eliminate Noelle.
Gabler didn’t like that Jesse was giving him a new plan right before Tribal Council and talked about possibly turning on him. Jesse had Cody’s idol and might still have it. dwight moore he gave her the idol of Jeanine as well.
Noelle and Owen wanted to eliminate Karla and asked Jesse to bring in Sami. Jesse then told Karla that she has an idol.
But in the end, no one used their idol after knowing that someone was attacking them. Noelle was eliminated as Jesse planned.
The fans of ‘Survivientes 43’ complain that the castaways do not interpret their idols
There are different advantages in the game, as well as idols. And even though all the idols were found, no one has successfully played one. Reddit The fans had a lot to say about it.
“Seriously Q, when was the last time someone played an idol? It feels like years have passed,” asked one fan.
“Mike played one for Maryanne in Final 5 (or 6?) last season,” someone replied.
“Can we have an idol play soon?” someone else wrote with a crying emoji.
Although some people complained about this trend, there were some fans who sang praises for the castaways who didn’t play their idol. “Karla has balls of steel not playing her idol,” one fan claimed.
Not playing idols has served to win ‘Survivors’
Some fans complain about how the game has changed. But they also saw a winner reach the end with an idol in hand.
Maryanne Oketch revealed to the jury in season 42 that when she turned down Omar Zaheer, Mike Turner agreed to play her idol in order for her to make it to the final four. She then revealed how she was sure to make it to the next week.
“I kept the only secret in this game,” he said. “Actually, after your vow, Tori had the idol fused. I can show you right now. And I didn’t tell anyone.
He handed over the idol and the note as proof. Most of the jury seemed surprised by this. The student went on to explain that she also made everyone agree to see her through to the end.
So if Cody, Karla, and Jesse never play their idols, it could work to their advantage in the end. But fans may be disappointed with this strategy.
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