AFTERBUZZ TV – Survivor: South Pacific edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of CBS’s Survivor: South Pacific. In this episode, host Steve “The Steamer” breaks down the episode in which fearing that the original Upolu tribe would turn on him now that the Savaii tribe was gone, Cochran made a plea to the core Upolu alliance of Albert, Brandon, Coach, Rick, and Sophie to keep him in the game for at least one more Tribal Council as he felt that they owed him for flipping over to their side and that it was his birthday in three days. After Cochran walked away, Albert and Coach felt that they did indeed owe him, but Sophie felt that she didn’t owe him anything as she felt indebted to Edna as much as she was to Cochran. At the Redemption Island Duel, Ozzy beat out Dawn and Whitney, who became the third and fourth members of the jury. On day 29, the tribe got a little frustrated at Albert for not working around the camp. Edna asked Coach for advice on how to make it further than sixth place ahead of Cochran, but Coach was torn between staying loyal to the alliance of five or keeping Cochran and Edna in game as he knew they would never vote against him. At the Reward/Immunity Challenge, Albert, Rick, and Sophie moved on to the final round. In the final round, Albert beat out Rick. After the challenge was over, Jeff told Albert that he could choose somebody to join him in the reward and he picked Coach. Albert then asked if he could choose another, but when Jeff told him that he could not, Albert asked if he could give up his reward. Jeff allowed that and Albert gave up his reward to Cochran as a birthday gift, which turned out to be a lie from Cochran. During the massage, Coach told Cochran that he would fight to keep Cochran in the game. After the spa was over, Cochran tried to get Albert to vote out Rick and Albert agreed if Coach and Edna would join them. Cochran then told Edna about Albert’s agreement and she agreed to the plan. When Cochran told Coach about the plan, Coach was unsure of staying loyal to his original alliance or creating a new one. At Tribal Council, Cochran again pushed his feeling that the Upolu alliance owed him a debt. Edna voiced her sadness in being a junior member of the Upolu alliance. When Brandon declared that he would vote out Cochran and Edna next, Brandon’s lack of strategic play was discussed. When the vote came, Albert and Coach decided to stick with their original alliance and voted against Cochran, sending him to Redemption Island by a vote of 5–2. There to help Steamer is co-host Robb Zbacnik and Steve “The Steamer”. It’s Survivor: South Pacific’s “A Closer Look” podcast!
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