This week’s episode of Survivor: Game Changers featured the expansion of two tribes into three tribes of six. There were people who unfortunately drew a buff that put them in the minority, so they immediately had to work to get into the numbers as soon as they hit their new tribe. Unfortunately for one contestant, the tribal lines have been drawn so there wasn’t any way to change how they think.
Caleb Reynolds started his Survivor journey in Kaoh Rong where he, fortunately, never had to go to tribal council but was, unfortunately, medevaced.
His physical prowess was proven worthless in Game Changers when he was placed in a tribe (Mana) that doesn’t perform too well. While his likability was very high, his strategy seemed nonexistent, although you can give it to him for voting with the majority in the first two tribal councils of the game.
After the tribe switch/expansion, he remained in Mana with Hali and they were joined by four people from Nuku (Brad, Sierra, Tai, and Debbie). Although it seemed like he could team up with his fellow contestants from Kaoh Rong, the tribal lines were still the biggest factor when it came to their decision, so it came down to Caleb or Hali. They ultimately decided to get rid of the more physical player.
Caleb was voted out unanimously, while he voted for Hali.
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