Survivor Caramoan Recap 3/13/13: Season 26 Episode 5

Survivor Caramoan Recap 3/13/13: Season 26 Episode 5

Tonight on CBS SURVIVOR CARAMOAN – Fans vs Favorites returns with a new episode called, “Persona Non Grata.” On tonight’s show on team member stuns his tribe & reveals his hidden desire to sabotage their camp. Did you see the premiere episode last week? We did and we recapped it here for you!

On last week’s show a medical emergency ended the game for one contestant, Shamar. I am sure his whole team breathes a sigh of relief he was so lazy. It got so bad that he told his team last episode he was going to stay in the shelter all day and sleep and they would have to bring him rice. If they did not, he was going to quit. Good riddance to him! At tribal council the fans headed back again. Reynold played the immunity idol, therefore any votes for him, did not count. Laura got four votes, that is enough for her to be voted out. Reynold didn’t have to play the immunity idol after all.

On tonight’s show the Favorites must contend with an out-of-control Brandon when he stuns his tribe & reveals his hidden desire to sabotage their camp, leading up to a meltdown. Brandon gets upset at Philip and Jeff Probst says it is a history-making moment.

Tonight’s episode looks like it is going to be great and you won’t want to miss it, so be sure to tune in for our live coverage of CBS’s Survivor Caramoan at 8:00 PM EST! While you wait for our recap hit the comments and let us know how excited you are about the return of Survivor? Who are you rooting for? Check out the sneak peek of tonight’s episode below!

READ THE FULL RECAP OF SURVIVOR HERE!

Survivor Caramoan Recap 3/13/13: Season 26 Episode 5 was last modified: May 29th, 2014 by Megan Lindsey
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  • bgilinsky

    A Survivor fan from the start…sorry to see you needed ratings requiring mental health issues #5 show.
    There has been many more intriguing moments (well done)captured and created. These 2 persons in mental jeopardy are not TV viewing material (where you consider yourselves rated)…this is ILLNESS. The first time I have found Survivor repugnant…hopefully someone will come to their senses. If not…surely,I, not the only one to turn you OFF. Taking advantage of two obvious unhealthy persons with notable mental disorders. Is it necessary to compete on that level? Your viewers deserve an apology and assured you WILL/should PAY for the therapy they BOTH need.
    Sorry you STOOPED, bgilinsky