After a horrendous two-hour stint at the merge, watch the Survivor: Island of the Idols episode 10 live stream online tonight to see which two are voted out.
It’s been a terrible week for the Survivor community. The Island of the Idols merge was the worst in the series’ history, with a long, drawn-out, depressing focus on the unwanted physical contact of Dan Spilo towards several women and the empowerment of the accused in the game. Both Kellee, the primary, outspoken victim, and Jamal, the most outspoken advocate, were voted out, with the former being voted out with two Hidden Immunity Idols in their possession.
Had Kellee played just one of her two idols, the entire trajectory of the season (and the discourse) would be in an entirely different direction. However, this is Survivor: Island of the Idols; a gritty, complex mishmash of societal issues mixed into moments of gameplay where sometimes they’re not completely separate. As such, sometimes the bad guys win and the good guys lose.
It’s almost as if CBS knows to move things along as quickly as possible, as Survivor: Island of the Idols episode 10 will vote out just as many players as last week’s two-hour disaster in half the time. Tonight, two players will be voted out in two separate Tribal Councils, both of which are likely to be held on the same night and the next member of the jury sitting in on the next vote.
It’s reminiscent of what happened in Ghost Island, and I wouldn’t be surprised if it produced a majority alliance getting out two targets in a minority alliance once again. With no Hidden Immunity Idols in play, a non-existent fake Legacy Advantage, and probably no visit to the Island of the Idols, we could be in for a continued downturn.
Who knows; Dan isn’t shown in much of the pre-episode coverage. Watch the Survivor: Island of the Idols episode 10 live stream online tonight if he will finally get voted out of the game:
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 13
Start Time: 8:00 pm EST
Episode: Season 39, Episode 10, “Two for the Price of One”
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on the CBS website or CBS All Access.
Next week, we should have nine (or fewer) players left in the game and one-hour episodes until the finale.