Survivor Micronesia: Episode 3, "I Should Be Carried On The Chariot-Type Thing" Recap
On tonight's episode of Survivor: Micronesia, Ozzy, Amanda, James, and Parvati realize that their foursome isn’t going to be strong enough to dominate the Malakal tribe. They try to bring Eliza in, looking to vote Jonathan out as soon as possible. Ozzy doesn’t trust him, saying that Jonathan plays everyone. A Survivor catalog is dropped off at each camp and tribe members can choose three items as their prize should they win tonight’s reward challenge. The favorites chose shelter, lighting kit, and a survival kit. The fans decided to play for a fishing kit, shelter, and a kitchen set.

Both tribes had to start at opposite ends of the lagoon in their opponent’s end zone. The tribes had to carry their three bags plus two bags from the other tribe into their end zone. Bags can be stolen even after an opponent has scored. The battle heats up right away, with people throwing themselves at each other, wrestling bags away, and making mad dashes to their end zones. When Erik plays a little dirty, it lights a fire under Malakal’s butt and they take the competition easily. They happily take their reward and send Kathy from the fans and Ami from their own tribe off to Exile Island in search of the elusive immunity idol.

In tonight’s immunity challenge, each team chooses two men and two women to hold on to a net. The remaining players shoot coconuts into the net and whoever holds on the longest wins. Cirie, James, Parvati, and Jonathan were not strong enough to hold their net and the fans pull of a win. At camp, paranoia sets in as the favorites scramble to stay in the game. Yau-Man, James, Parvati, and Jonathan are all brought up as possible people to vote out.  At tribal council, viewers were shocked as Yau-Man became the third person voted out of the game.

Tomorrow, Yau-Man will talk to BuddyTV about his experiences on Survivor: Micronesia.  Don't miss out on hearing what he has to say!

- Gina Scarpa, BuddyTV Staff Writer

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