It was a wild tribal council on "Survivor: Caramoan" this week with immunity idols in play and chaos running throughout the majority "Stealth-R-Us" alliance. Reynold, Eddie and Malcolm were clearly on the outs and being targeted by the rest of the players. But Malcolm's discovery of a hidden immunity idol this week threw everything into complete chaos.
Reynold won individual immunity, meaning "Sealth-R-Us" was going to split their seven votes between Malcolm and Eddie. When Malcolm found the hidden immunity idol, they decided to stick with that plan. What they didn't know was that Malcolm still had the hidden immunity idol he'd found before the merger. When he handed this to Eddie, all hell broke loose.
While Jeff was trying to hold a tribal council, the majority alliance was scrambling, trying to figure out what to do. Malcolm announced that the three men would be voting for Phillip. Jeff reminded everyone that they still had to play their immunity idols to be safe. Would they?
"Stealth-R-Us" must have thought at least one of them would try to keep it, as they mostly stuck to their word and went with the split vote. So when Malcolm and Eddie played their idols, no votes against them counted. That sent Phillip packing. What the rest of the alliance may not know is that Erik also voted Phillip. Could there be cracks for the three guys on the outside to exploit?
Buddy TV said that the key for the three guys is "trying to get two people to flip over to take control of the game." Entertainment Weekly was excited as well, saying that this season just got good. They can't wait to see how the guys handle the game next week.
Find out as "Survivor: Caramoan" continues on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.
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