Survivor Caramoan TV Recap For May 1, 2013: Season 26 Episode 12

Survivor Caramoan TV Recap For May 1, 2013: Season 26 Episode 12

Tonight on CBS SURVIVOR CARAMOAN – Fans vs Favorites returns with a new episode called, “The Beginning of the End.” On tonight’s Two immunity challenges and two Tribal Councils raise the stakes, forcing castaways to consider big moves on their biggest threats. Did you see the premiere episode last week? We did and we recapped it here for you!

On last week’s show it was going to be hard to top the show 2 week’s ago and the crazy tribal council. We knew that Malcolm, Eddie or Reynold were going to continue to try to shake the game up. Also we had the popular food auction return and the Three Amigos concocted a lie in attempt to take control of the game.

At Tribal Council Phillip looked furious. Jeff realized that it could be anyone going home, his alliance seems to be breaking. Sherri was straight with Jeff and told him it was anyone’s guess on where their old alliance was heading. At the vote, three votes for Andrea, three votes for Reynold and three votes for Malcolm; it’s was three way tie. Time to vote again and this time Malcolm went home and he got burned pretty bad as Erik and Cohran were two of the votes against him.

On tonight’s show with the title, the beginning of the end, I not sure what that means, it is not the end of the season. We do know there are going to be two tribal councils tonight and two immunity challenges. Can Eddie and Reynold survive another week? Does the beginning of the end mean the end of alliances? We will find out 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?


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