Survivor Edge of Extinction episode 3 secret scene: Mean Girls

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It’s hard to fight against the mob mentality, and the Survivor: Edge of Extinction episode 3 secret scene shows how quickly people will pile on an “other.”

This post will show the Survivor: Edge of Extinction episode 3 secret scene while discussing what happened during the show proper.

Manu has manufactured its mess of a tribe. Their reasons for voting out people have sometimes gone against their own lines of reason, with players like Chris Underwood targeted (and voted out) this week as one of two strong males over the broken, disheveled, actively-against-Kelley Wendy Diaz who doesn’t want to eat chicken and steals the tribe’s flint.

From the way that Manu has been acting towards Wendy, you would think it would be a slam dunk case to send her out of the game this week. Instead, the Manu tribe did the next best thing (in their eyes, anyway); make fun of her recent physical ailment when she’s not around. That’s the stage for the Survivor: Edge of Extinction episode 3 secret scene, at least.

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It’s the kind of “us vs. them” mentality that has become the season’s theme, as the Manu tribe is bonding over creating Wendy’s persona into a “they” that goes against the tribe’s core values. As Wendy hobbles away after busting up her ankle something fierce, players like Kelley and Wardog are turning it into a Looney Tunes moment with her walking stick like she’s Michigan J. Frog singing “Hello, My Baby.”

Though that observation in itself is quite comical, David is Wright; it’s kind of a bit much to pick on an injured player who’s trying to make their way through the game on a busted ankle. I also understand that they have to live with someone who is so high-energy at all times and has a very contradictory stance towards vegetarianism only on Survivor, so that does help drive a wedge between her and the tribe.

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It’s obvious why the Survivor: Edge of Extinction episode 3 secret scene was cut; it paints Kelley too negatively in a bad light while repeating David’s constant mantra of getting Kelley voted out. The show wants us to have a mixed view of Kelley, and this viewpoint pushes both Manu returnees too far on opposite ends of the likability spectrum.