Survivor Caramoan Recap For May 8, 2013: Season 26 Episode 13

Survivor Caramoan Recap For May 8, 2013: Season 26 Episode 13

Tonight on CBS SURVIVOR CARAMOAN – Fans vs Favorites returns with a new episode called, “Don’t Say Anything About My Mom.” On tonight’s the castaways get a much-needed morale boost with a visit from their loved ones, and one Survivor is faced with a game-changing decision. Did you see the premiere episode last week? We did and we recapped it here for you!

On last week’s show we had two tribal councils and two immunity challenges last week. At the first tribal council there were four votes for Reynold and he was voted off. At the second tribal council Andrea opted not to play her immunity idol. The first vote was for Brenda, then Andrea, then two Eddie, then two Andrea, then another Brenda. Andrea let out a big “WHAT”, then Jeff called out the final vote, it was another for Andrea. With three votes, Andrea was voted out and everyone was smiling. Jeff says it was a big move, but now what?

On tonight’s show there are only 6 castaways left and the winner of this season will be announced on Sunday. The castaways will get a boost tonight when their family comes to visit. One of the castaways will have to make a big decision tonight.

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?


Survivor Caramoan Recap For May 8, 2013: Season 26 Episode 13 was last modified: May 29th, 2014 by Noah Johnson
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  • Alesia

    I’m so disgusted at this moment I’ve no idea what to do. I think integrity should count for something even in a game like survivor. Dawn is the absolute most disgraceful person I can think of to date. Brenda had her back EVERY STEP of the way! Additionally, I thought it pretty cruel of survivor to make Brenda have such a horrible choice to make regarding the reward challenge. This is my last season of watching Survivor…I’m done!

  • Chris

    What happened first 15 of survivor tonight?

  • Teri

    Wow Alesia! I’m with you. I don’t think I can even finish watching the end… although if only to cheer when Dawn and her partner lose. What a shame, I used to really enjoy watching, I’ve been watching from the start. I’m the last of all my friends and family. TRhis show really did it for me!

  • Jim Brooks

    When you swim with sharks you had better look over your shoulder. Dawn us a shark, snake, piranah, all of the above. Crying one minute and “oh I can’t go on the next”. The ultimate back stabber. It’s only a game but I think she’s like this in real life.

  • Kate

    Dawn was always a ridiculous person and now she proves shes a backstabbing bioch . I sincerely hope those bastards who voted her off do not win. Meaning either eric or eddie.

  • Robyn

    Don’t mind backstabbing, but Dawn needs to quit the crying act.

  • Pam

    I’m with you guys. I had stopped watching Survivor lots of years ago and I just happened uponthis season because of the one guy going berzerk. Now I wish I hadn’t started watching it again. I feel very sorry for Brenda. It’s a good thing she is a strong person and has a strong moral compass. This game is nasty and I’m going to see it through to the end if only to see throats get cut. After this, though, never again. I think giving these people even one minute of my time is a waste.

  • Alesia

    I too have watched the show from the start but this this horrible betrayal hurt me to my core. I can no longer tolerate games that actually promote and encourage such bad behavior. Saying it’s all part of the game doesn’t cut it anymore. We are purposely cultivating the most negative traits in people and using it as entertainment. I hurt for Brenda tonight. I pray she wins fan favorite…she was an upstanding opponent. I seriously thought for the reward challenge given the choice Brenda made, as a result, the WHOLE tribe should have been rewarded. Survivor and the players have finally gone too far. No hearts, no gratitude, no compassion equals NO ME! I’m really really very disappointed and after this season I am done.

  • Brad

    Amen Alesia – Brenda was humble like she told her father… Made Jeff cry forvthevfirst time in 26 shows. Dawn is the Worst of humanity, what a backstabbing P.O.S!!!! Brenda swam and got her friggin hillbilly buck teeth off the bottom, shared the love ones regard with her for so many reasons she said…. Only to be voted off

  • Connie

    I have never commented before but this one bothered me so much I couldn’t sleep! Brenda was screwed no matter what she chose!! It was a no win for her! None of the surviving people should win!!! PATHETIC!!!!!

  • Alesia

    Connie, Brenda didn’t have to be screwed. Jeff has used the phrase “A Survivor first” a fair amount of times this season. There could have been another “first”. Survivor producers could have taken the highroad and rewarded GOOD behavior but they chose not to do that! They believe friction and negativity is what brings in the ratings. As I’ve said in my last 2 posts. this is my last season of Survivor. We have enough really bad behavior displayed for us in realtime. Couldn’t they (Survivor producers) find it in themselves to do something GOOD for the WHOLE for a change f pace?

  • Hope

    I am greatly dissapointed. Dawn is so bad personality that does not deserve to be there. Some changes must be made or this program is not going to be watched any more. After backstabbing few good , real survivor individuals, there is NO person left tat deserve a million dollar price. Why re you encouraging bad and rewarding them? What’s wrong with America? My family will not watch Survivor ever again !

  • Mark

    Dawn betraying Brenda after everything Brenda has done for her, including letting her win immunity? Wow! I usually enjoy Survivor, betrayals and all. But Dawn’s betrayal was cold and a tiny bit frightening. That someone could do such a good job at appearing to be a kind person, and then do this dark deed? For the first time ever, I found Survivor a little creepy.