I'm taking the next two weeks off for some family time, and unless things change dramatically between now and then, I'm not sure I'll be returning to this "Survivor" season.With Boston Rob's exit - at the hands of Coach being wishy-washy and casting a throwaway vote for Courtney that he knew would doom Rob(*) - I fear things are now set up for Russell and Parvati to start running things, not only with the Villains tribe, but with whatever happens post-merge.Todd Herzog (born January 29, 1985) is a former reality TV personality who became the winner of Survivor: China in 2007.In late 2013, Herzog appeared on the television show Dr. The tribe overcame its opponent, Zhan Hu, by winning immunity early on.
In the subsequent reward challenge, the two tribes learned that each would send two members to the other.
Instead it was a surprise reward challenge, offering the winner a chance to visit the Shaolin temple, where they would be forced to work their way arduously through all 35 chambers. Instead they get to watch a kung fu demonstration and enjoy a vegetarian feast.
(Because all these people do is eat.)Meanwhile, back at a rain-soaked, muddy camp, James, Todd, Courtney and Amanda marvel that their planned final four are all still together. Amanda, showing an unexpectedly Todd-like propensity for scheming, crunches the numbers and realizes that with two immunity idols, James is bound not just for the Top 4 but the Top 3.
In the end, Amanda does play God, and engineers James' ouster before he can put either of his idols in play.
In theory, this is the right move, but it's not exactly a safe one.