Survivor David vs. Goliath: Should Jessica Peet return?

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Her elimination was just the start of a long series of Survivor: David vs. Goliath blindsides. Should Jessica Peet return in a future season of the show?

Following in the footsteps of Pat Cusack, we are running through the gamut of Survivor: David vs. Goliath players and asking you, the fans, whether or not they should return in a future season of this show. Regardless of whether or not you wish to see returnee season, assume that the show will ask, and Jessica Peet is in the pool of available, willing people.

The Davids were a group of the downtrodden entering the game, and would only continue to feel that way after consistently getting knocked down by the cruel Fijian rain. For four straight days, the weather would not stop, bringing the group together as they bonded over hardships. Jessica opened herself up in an effort to bond with her fellow tribemates, earning good favor immediately.

For people who pay attention to the edit, based on the Survivor: David vs. Goliath premiere episode you could argue she was an early winner contender per edgic. She found herself in an alliance with Carl, Davie, Bi and had the ear of many within her tribe. It looked like she had the tightest support in Carl, who saw her as a stand-in daughter figure, and the tribe’s first vote plan seemed to be aimed at Lyrsa.

Despite nobody having any qualms specifically with Jessica, she became a tragic victim of naming the wrong person at the wrong time. Elizabeth and Lyrsa were in a tight alliance, meaning when Carl was pitching Lyrsa out, they needed to find a reasonable voting target. By extension, they couldn’t get rid of one of their strongest guys just after losing Pat, so Jessica became the safest bet.

It was a strong minority vote effort to convince Gabby to flip, who then got Christian to flip, who himself got Nick to flip. It was a series of one person in a duo alliance pitching help to another, leading to another, that led to Jessica’s elimination by a 5-4 blindside. It was the first shocker of the season, signaling to audiences that they need to buckle up before proceeding forward.

Next. Vote Here On Whether Or Not Jessica Peet Should Return. dark

Jessica Peet was an upbeat individual who has made Survivor history in being the youngest player to be the first voted out of their season (19). She did say that “if you play the game only at tribal, then you need to re-check yourself,” and little did she know it would apply to her. Vote in the link above or right here if you think Jessica Peet should return in a future season of Survivor.