Survivor recap: The Man Who Could Not Stand Still

Instead of being patient and following a laid out path to victory, Tony makes a bold move that could doom him in the end
Ep. 08 | Aired Apr 16, 2014


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• What the hell was up with Tony saying at Tribal Council that he works in construction? He’s already fessed up to Sarah, LJ, Woo, Trish, and Jefra that he is a cop. What’s the point of carrying on with that lie at this point? Where’s the benefit? No wonder Sarah’s eyes almost popped out of her head Eliza Orlins style. I also love the way that Sarah and Morgan made it a point of looking away as Kass walked by them to go vote. Bitter jury members may make for bad voters in the end, but the facial expressions they provide along the way are simply priceless.

Okay, folks, here’s the best news of all: Next week’s episode of Survivor is going to be INSANE! How do I know this? Because I will be out of town and therefore handing over my recap duties to the dashing Marc Snetiker. And, as, we all know, I always miss the best Survivor episode of every season. So expect Tony to get blinded by a venomous snake, or Spencer to play 18 hidden immunity idols, or, I don’t know, Woo to fall out of a coconut tree or something. It’s all going down, people!

But right now you need to get down with all the other Survivor goodies we have for you. We have this week's exclusive deleted scene waiting for you in the video player below. And don't forget about my weekly Q&A with hostmaster general Jeff Probst. Or our InsideTV Podcast exit interview with the eliminated LJ. And, of course, for all the Survivor scoop sent directly to you, follow me on Twitter @DaltonRoss.

Now it’s your turn. Did Tony blow it this week? Or, phrased another way, did Tony poop himself? Could my episode 1 pick to win, Spencer, actually pull this out? And do you love or loathe the once-a-season memory challenge? Hit the message boards to let us know and Mark Snetiker will be filling in next week to deliver your scoop of the crispy!

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