Survivor (2000–…): Season 10, Episode 5 - The Best and Worst Reward Ever - full transcript

A major earthquake rocks the island, literally shaking things up for the tribes.

>> JEFF PROBST: Previously on


After their third consecutive

Tribal Council, Ulong was


>> I'm gonna stomp anybody's ass

that lags.

>> Tree mail.

>> PROBST: The tribes had a big

decision to make.

>> "Today you must choose one

tribal representative..."

>> I'll speak right out...

>> PROBST: At Koror, Tom spoke

for the tribe and chose Ian as

their representative.

>> Ian, I say you go.

>> PROBST: But the decision

exposed a divide in the tribe.

>> Katie, Jennifer, Gregg, Ian

and Tom are one unit.

So that makes five against four.

We're definitely the underdogs


>> Maybe we'll draw straws or


>> PROBST: At Ulong, the tribe

couldn't make a decision.

You guys don't have a leader,

you can't even pick a


Give me somebody.

>> James.

>> James.

>> James.

>> I wasn't trying to be the

leader, they picked me.

>> PROBST: The tribes competed

in a bathroom build-off.

We're going to judge your


For the winning tribe, our

entire construction department

will build a shelter.

Both tribes squared off.

>> Jenn, is that a boat coming?

>> PROBST: And in the end, it

was Koror that won the new


>> Oh, it's a frickin' palace.

It's like the Taj Mahal.

It's fantastic.

>> PROBST: At the immunity

challenge, Ulong was out for


>> We're not going back to

Tribal Council!

>> PROBST: The Ulong women held

their own...

Jenn is in!

Steph wins.

...but the men faltered.

Koror wins their fourth straight

immunity challenge.

Back at Ulong...

>> I have never lost this bad.

>> PROBST: ...the girls were

frustrated and wanted James out.

>> James lost it for all of us.

>> PROBST: But Kim was on the

chopping block as well.

>> She sits on her butt.

She might drink some coconut

juice, you know.

>> PROBST: At Tribal Council,

the women ultimately sided with

the men...

Fourth person voted out

of Survivor: Palau...

...and voted out the weakest


14 are left.

Who will be voted out tonight?

(theme song playing)

♪ ♪

>> Your shoulder's right on my





>> Don't do that to yourself.



>> In the shelter, people have

teamed off, and Jennifer and

Gregg have definitely teamed


I mean, Jennifer had her hand

on Gregg's stomach, rubbing on


I mean, it's very obvious.

And they won't admit how close

they're getting.

But we can all see it.

They got to think we're stupid

if we can't tell that they're


>> Willard's in the hammock.

>> Willard...!

Where are you?

>> Nice.

>> Can you see the fire?

You're in charge.


You're in charge of the fire

unless you wake somebody up.

>> Y'all ready?

>> Hold up, hold up.

>> I don't know that we need the


>> We don't need it.

>> I've got the bag.

>> You might need it for



>> Everybody in line now.

Let's go.

>> We get back from Tribal

Council, and it's James and

Bobby Jon's idea to go find the

cave because it's going to rain.

>> A tree sticking out.

>> Yeah.

>> Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

It's really bad.

>> Where the hell are we going?

>> Trying to get to the cave.

>> This is the wrong way.

>> The cave is 300 yards from

the shelter.

I was the one trying to lead us

through there.

And I've never really been real

lost before in the wilderness,

especially at night.

Here's the trail, dude.

>> You on the trail?

>> Oh, yeah.

>> That's not the trail.

>> Y'all, watch out.

>> There's a wall in front of

us, right?

See this here, that's a rock.

>> That's a wall.

>> I think we're totally lost.

>> Come on y'all, this is an


>> I just don't want anybody to

get hurt. We're already...

>> Ain't nobody gonna get hurt.


It's gonna be a tree up here.

>> Where are we going?

>> Come on, you have a

better way to get back there?

I can't see. Can you see?

>> No.

>> Well, I'm trying, baby.

But don't get on down my throat,

'cause I don't know what's going

on either.

I'm trying to stay dry,

I'm trying to help out.

You know what I'm saying?

>> Bobby Jon and James were gung

ho about it and I thought it was


It's the middle of the night,

we can't find that cave.

We're going around in circles

for, like, an hour.

>> Are we supposed to keep

bearing left?

>> I'm going back to camp.

>> Why are you going to go back

to camp by yourself?

>> You can't.

>> Why can't I?

Who says I have to go with you

guys and get lost in the jungle?

I don't want to get

lost in the jungle.

>> Angie wanted to quit.

She's one of those folks

that says, "I can't do this,"

you know, "I'm never going to

find it."

Okay, never say "never."


>> Oh, my God.

>> We don't want to go back to

get wet.

>> I'm just scared to get

struck by lightning.

We're in the middle of a

freakin' jungle.

This is, like, the last place

they say to be.

Let's just go back.

Everybody walk that way, go.

After about an hour in the dark,

we were all tired.

Our feet were killing us.

And we came back to our shelter

and it poured all night.


>> We cannot quit.

We cannot falter.

Y'all want to win, do not quit!

>> Amen.

>> A-Amen.

>> It's gray all the way back.

There's more rain coming.

>> Feel like I slept in a mud


>> I'm just feeling really

miserable this morning.

No sleep.

We're all freezing.

It's miserable.

Today doesn't look like it's

going to be shaping up too well.

It's pretty dark and stormy


This is a rough one.

>> It was a tough night.

It was a little grumpy

this morning, you know.

It comes from lack of sleep

and you being the guy up tending

the fire all night.

To make matters worse, I had to

climb over Willard sleeping in

the hammock each time I had to

get up and tend the fire.

We made so many hints to Willard

about, you know, we all

have to help with the fire.

Either he's playing a game

where he's wearing me down

by making me stay up all night,

or he's just got the kind of

attitude where, "Why should I do

it if somebody else is going to

do it for me?"

You know, I mean, because of his

age, he can't contribute a lot.

But he can come out here and put

another log on the fire.

>> He's had plenty of time and

energy to think about what

his role is in this game,

and the longer you keep him

around, the more likely he is to

screw you.

>> Right.

It's discouraging.

>> What an ass.

>> Imagine putting up with that

in the real world?

>> Oh, God.

>> I mean, it's just, like...

You have to bite your tongue

here and just keep playing the

game, and it just infuriates


You just want to unload on the


You know, tell him where he


>> Since we keep winning

immunity, you don't really have

to play, you know, the voting,

the alliance part of the game.

Everyone's sitting pretty,

we keep winning.

Koror keeps getting stronger.

So in a way, because we've been

winning all these immunity

challenges, Willard has been

getting a free ride.

And he's been able

to play this game a lot longer

than he should.

>> PROBST: Welcome, guys.

You guys ready to get

to today's challenge?

Here's how it's going to work.

Both tribes are going to race

out to a Japanese shipwreck

to retrieve sake bottles

from the bottom of the ocean.

Using a pulley system,

each tribe will pull

one tribe member out to a buoy.

Directly underneath the buoy

is a shipwreck.

Scattered amongst the shipwreck

are 14 sake bottles.

When you hit the buoy, a tribe

member will dive down,

release the sake bottle, come

back up, get back on the skiff

and their tribe will pull them

back to the start where another

tribe member will get on and do

the same thing.

The first tribe to collect

six sake bottles wins reward.

Want to know what you're

playing for?

>> Yeah.

>> PROBST: Good news is the

winning tribe will eat tonight.

>> Oh...

>> PROBST: Now, for bad the


You'll be dining at Tribal

Council, because win or lose,

both tribes are going to Tribal

Council tonight, both tribes

will vote one tribe member out.

The winning tribe will go

to Tribal Council

and vote somebody out.

They will then cross

to the jury side,

help themselves to some stew

and root beer and listen in

as the losing tribe

has their Tribal Council.

In a game in which knowledge is

power, the winning tribe will

leave Tribal Council with a full

belly and some potentially

vital information to help them

later in the game.

Everybody clear on this?

Koror, you have

four extra members.

You're sitting four people out.

Who is it going to be?

>> Willard, Caryn, Katie and

Janu are sitting out.

>> PROBST: All right, those four

take a spot in the boat,

everybody else, wait for my go.

For reward, survivors ready?


Steph and Jen first on the


Ulong with a bit of a lead.

Steph first to the buoy,

and she's down.

Jen right behind her.

Jen first up, with a bottle for


>> Come on, let's go!

>> PROBST: Steph up with a

bottle for Ulong right behind.

Koror back first.

Ulong right behind.

We're dead even.

>> Go, Gregg.

>> Let's go.

>> PROBST: Gregg and Angie

heading out.

Angie first there for Ulong.

Gregg right behind.

Angie up.

Gregg up.

Both heading back.

We're still dead even.

First tribe to six is going to

be eating tonight.

Ulong back first.

Ibrehem on the skiff.

Ulong with a bit of a lead now.

Koror losing time.

Gregg working against them.

There it is.

Gregg's back.

We're tied, two-two, Koror

really falling behind.

Ibrehem down.

Koror really slowing down.

Ibrehem comes up.

>> Got one?

>> PROBST: He doesn't have a

bottle, he's got to go back


Coby going down for Koror.

>> Come on, Ib, come up with


Come on!

>> PROBST: He comes up.

Still doesn't have a bottle.

Coby has one.

He's heading back for Koror.

Koror's made up a lot of time.

They're now in the lead.

>> Come on, Ib!

Oh, my God.

>> PROBST: Ibrehem going down

one more time.

>> Got one?

>> Get on the raft!

>> Get on the raft!

>> Get on!

>> Get on the raft.

>> Get on the plank!

>> PROBST: Ibrehem does not have

a sake bottle, and he's coming


That is going to hurt Ulong.

Koror back with their third.

Koror leads three-two.

(teams shouting encouragement)

Ibrehem comes back without a


One full bottle behind.

>> Way to go, team.

>> PROBST: Tom is down for


Tom up with a bottle for Koror.

Bobby Jon down for Ulong.

Bobby Jon is up quickly with a


Ulong's going to have to dig


>> All right, guys!

>> PROBST: Tom back with the

fourth bottle for Koror.

They lead four-two.

>> Beautiful.

>> PROBST: Ian heading into the


Bobby Jon back.

Ulong now at three.

>> Go, go, go, go, go!

>> PROBST: Ulong's gonna need a


Koror leads four-three.

Ian goes down for Koror.

James is in for Ulong.

James is up first.

Ian's having trouble.

>> I can't see any bottles.

>> They're white! They're white!

>> PROBST: This is the break

Ulong needed.

>> They're over to the right!

>> PROBST: James is back.

We're tied at four-four.

Ulong getting back in this.

Steph going down for Ulong.

Ian up with a bottle for Koror.

Steph up very quickly with a


She's on the skiff and Ulong is

pulling her back.

Ian back with their fifth


Koror leads five-four, and Ian's

going to go right back out.

Everybody's gone now.

Anybody can go from here on out.

Steph heading back out.

We're tied five-five.

Ian holds the key for Koror.

>> Come on, Ian!

>> PROBST: Steph going down for


Ian is up with Koror's sixth


All they've got to do is get

him back now.

>> Come on!


>> PROBST: Ian coming back with

the winning bottle.

Koror wins reward!


>> All right!

>> PROBST: Frustrated Steph.


Here's how it's going to work


Koror, you will go to Tribal

Council first, where you will

vote somebody out of your tribe.

You will then move to the jury

section and eat stew as you

listen in on Ulong's Tribal

Council where they will vote

another member out of their


Get in your outriggers, head

back to camp.


Nice job again, everyone.

(growling like pirates)

>> Today was, was one we had to

win as a team, and we did, and

unfortunately, both tribes have

to vote one member out tonight.

Poor Ulong is really getting


I mean, there's gonna be four of

them left and there'll be

eight of us left.

It's just a good thing

Ibrehem didn't do as well as he

should have.

>> Doesn't matter. Even if he

had gotten one, we would still

have been ahead of them.

>> The nice thing is we get to

watch Ulong do it

and see kind of, where the,

where the, uh, the feelings are

and where the strategy is,

and, I mean, tonight a party

in my mouth is gonna be had.

Oh, God, I'm so excited.

I speak Kororese.

>> Kororean.

>> Kororean.

>> Can I make another

suggestion, too?

Tonight we're going to have

to eat in front of them.

Can we be nice about it and not

giggle and laugh and moan so


>> We're all 21.

♪ I don't have

to go clamming today... ♪

♪ I don't have to go

play in the bay. ♪

(people laughing)

>> Who brought this guy?

Whose friend is he?

♪ Don't have to go

and find seashells.

♪ Poor Ulong is in the Survivor

hell. ♪

>> You're crazy.

>> At the challenge, we had it

in the bag.



We lost because of him.

He gave up.

His heart wasn't in it.

If his heart was in it, he would

have told us, "Look,

I can't do it," you know?

That would have been the manly

thing to do.

>> I can't believe we've lost.

>> Beef stew, you know?

>> I might throw up sitting

there watching them eat it, I

really might.

>> Everything happens for a

reason, though.

You got to think like that.

>> It was such a joke.

>> Yeah. We gotta suffer.

He's his-tor-y.

>> I've been an athlete my

entire life.

I'm just not a good loser.

I just, I don't understand

how this tribe continues to lose

the way it does, and I'm not

good with it, I'm not good with


I don't know how much more I can

take of it.

I'm just hoping for a merge


I'm going to get water.

>> Who's going for the craft?

I pretty much lost it for the

whole team.

I guess I panicked a little bit

and felt like I was taking too

much time.

And that kind of threw it for


I single-handedly lost that one.

I admit it.

All the other challenges,

I gave my all.

I never quit, but I definitely

think I'm probably the number

one target right now.

If you can, let me know what's


>> I will.

>> You know what I'm saying.

>> I will.

>> Keep me informed.

I know you've got my back.

>> I got it, you know.

It's just, boy, you know,

the cookie crumbles.

You got that?

>> Appreciate it.

>> As much as I do like him

and, and as much as I've grown

to know him, it's fair

to vote Ibrehem tonight.

>> I've said before, the first

time we get to immunity,

I very well may have a problem.

And here we are.

There are situations that can't

be turned around.

It's like trying to fight

gravity or King Canute saying,

"I want the tide to stop."

The tide ain't going to stop

and gravity ain't going

to shut off.

>> What's up, big boy?

>> I just came by. Uh...

I think I'm going tonight.

Do you, can you fit into my


>> Oh... Willard.

Don't make me sad.


>> You know, it's a game, I had


I had bad moments,

good moments.

I couldn't play as hard as I

want because of physical

reasons, but it's been okay.

>> Just makes me so mad,

if you go before Katie.

She's so worthless.

But what can we do?

>> It's okay. It's, it's a

game of, of personalities, and I

have almost no ability to


I mean, I just don't have it.

And you end up with my pants,

there's something wrong with

this game.

>> And I get a shirt.

I get a shirt back.

>> Well, that's your shirt.

>> I could absolutely say

with 100% certainty,

tonight will be Willard, and I

don't have the numbers, I can't

change those other peoples'

minds, it's not gonna happen.

All it'll do is set me

apart from the tribe,

and like I said, it's a

popularity contest.

If I act like a bitch,

nobody's gonna like me.

I'm not going to stick around.

>> Everybody's favorite


>> "Curmudgeon," that's a good


>> Yes, it is.

>> The only person pissing me

off is Katie, but nobody'll do

anything about it.

She doesn't do anything, and

she's still here.

I don't even care how far I get

in the game, but if Katie

gets further than me, I will

just puke, puke, puke.

You want to walk?

>> Yeah, I'm cool.

You want to walk?

Which way? That way?

>> Sure. Don't...

don't tell anybody this.

>> I won't.

>> Because I trust you, and

we've built a relationship.

And I think what's good about

this is it's an equal benefit

for both you and me.

>> I agree.

>> Right now, there's, like, a

soft alliance between me, Tom...

>> Ian, Katie...

>> Um... Ian, Katie and Jenn.

>> Right.

>> And Tom and Ian are really

just strong, and that bond is

just too tight, you know?

Jenn and I feel like we're on

the outside of that alliance.

>> Right.

>> And we feel, like, once

Willard and Caryn are gone,

if it comes to seven people,

then we switch--

me, Jenn, you and Janu.

And then we start picking them


>> The main interesting thing

that happened today...

was with Ken and Barbie.

Gregg basically told me,

secretly-- and not to tell

anybody, and I won't-- that him

and Jennifer want to make a

secret alliance to the top four

with me and Janu.

And they want to pick everybody

else off, including Tom and Ian.

>> Tom especially?

>> Tom especially.

>> Tom's my biggest

bull's-eye right now.

I want Tom off.

>> Mm-hmm.

>> What?

Out of the blue!

>> I... I'm in a good situation

because I can be part

of that five-person alliance

and get information from

them and control them.

>> The game is now just now

getting interesting

now that we're having to vote

people off.

I'm very excited.

I love that the game is going to

a new level.

I can't wait.

>> So we're good?

Everything's cool, right?

>> Yep. We got the plan.

>> Right.

>> And I think, you know...

>> Right.

>> Willard seems to have a good

attitude about it, too.

>> Right.

Nobody wants to go home,

but you got to do it

with a stiff upper lip also,

as most of us will at one time

or another.

>> So Jenn and I are in the

middle to navigate which way

we really want to go,

and that's a luxury.

If we wanted to, we could flip

from the Katie, Tom and Ian

side to the Janu and Coby side.

And we could start picking off

who I perceive to be the bigger

strengths in Tom and Ian.

Jenn and I--

people look at us as, oh, we're

just, like, a cute couple.

Well, I think we're thinking

a hell of a lot more than them.

>> PROBST: Behind each of you is

a torch.

Go ahead and grab a torch,

and approach the flame.

Dip it in and get fire.

This is part of the ritual

of Tribal Council.

As long as you have fire, you're

still in the game.

When your fire is gone, so are


That will be the case for one of

you tonight.

So we have a lot to cover.

Let's talk about relationships,

leadership, friendship.

Katie, who's leading this tribe

right now?

>> Depends how you want to

define "leader."

At challenges, Tom definitely

is a leader.

If you're looking at leader as

someone that provides food,

that's Ian.

>> PROBST: Tom, did you come in

here to be the leader?

>> My intention was to come in

here, be the 40-year-old dad,

fade into the background.

I ended up in a tribe

initially physically

weaker than the other tribe.

And every one of us had

to turn it on 110% to win those


And we see the results.

>> PROBST: Coby, are you

social with this tribe?

>> I'm very social...

which could bite me in the end.

I get along with everybody.

You know, when you're too

friendly, and you're too busy

of a bee, people watch you too

much, I guess.

>> PROBST: So what do you do

to... to counter that?

>> I don't care.

I'm just being me.

I am social.

I am a butterfly.

I do want to talk to everybody.

So I just do it, and if that

costs me the game

in the end, well, so be it.

>> PROBST: Gregg, what

friendships have you seen


Are you starting to notice

just a natural

bonding between people?

>> You definitely see that.

Tom and Ian spend a lot of time


You know, it's like a father-son


>> I'm the father.

>> But, at the same time, we all

appreciate that, you know?

It's not something that's hidden

or secretive.

Coby and Janu have been getting

along great.

And Willard and Caryn have

been getting along great.

Katie's been spreading the


She's been, you know, loving

everyone, and everyone's

enjoying her company.

>> Thanks.

>> Where does that leave Jenn

and Gregg?

>> So, you know, that leaves me

and Jenn alone.

>> PROBST: So that's a different

type of friendship then?

>> We have a strong bond, just

as everyone else here, and it's

nothing you know, super

intense at this point.

>> PROBST: Willard, how do you

think you are perceived?

Probably as one of the weaker

players on the team.

I'm not as strong as I thought

I'd be.

And I think people

understand that.

Not a good position to be in.

>> PROBST: Gregg, at this point,

how big an issue does trust


>> It's about to kick in.

It's about to really kick in.

This is our first time here,

and now we're faced with the

reality of voting people off,

and so the trust that we think

that we have or hope that we

have is going to be tested

because it hasn't been tested


>> PROBST: Okay, it is time to


Willard, you're up.

>> You're crabby and you're



>> PROBST: I'll go tally the


Once the votes are read,

the decision is final--

person voted out

will be asked to leave the

Tribal Council area immediately.

I'll read the votes.

First vote...


Willard-- one vote Katie,

one vote Willard.

Willard-- two votes Willard,

one vote Katie.

Willard-- that's three votes


Willard-- four votes Willard.

One vote Katie.

Fifth person voted

out of Survivor: Palau,


That's five, that's enough.

You need to bring me your torch.

Willard, the tribe has spoken.

It's time for you to go.

>> Stay strong, stick to the

plan, finish them off.

(several saying farewells)

>> PROBST: Okay, Koror, you are

now a tribe of eight.

Willard voted out.

Your work here is done

for your voting.

We'll now bring in the Ulong


You can then partake

in your reward.

Grab your torches.

Cross over to the jury side.

>> I surprised myself out here

by not being quite as strong

as I expected to be.

There are times I get crabby,

and I know that can bother


But there has been many years

since I've been in a situation

where I'm deprived of water and


I think the tribe as a whole

are good people by and large.

>> PROBST: We'll now bring in

the Ulong tribe...

who I'm sure is going

to enjoy this.

Koror, go ahead and pull off the


(all expressing awe)

Biscuits! (singing)

>> PROBST: Stew, bread, and root


(all expressing awe)

>> Oh, it smells so delicious.

>> Oh, my God.

>> Pass it out.

>> It smells so good.

>> Let's all wait to eat.

Get excited, Tom.

>> Oh, I am, I am.

>> Don't be bashful.

Don't be bashful; I'm a skinny


>> We get two a piece, it looks


(Ian chuckles)

>> Oh, my God.

>> Yes!

I think I'm going to cry.

Are you all going to cry?

>> Oh, man.

>> PROBST: Just so we're all

clear, part of Koror's reward

was to be here for Tribal

Council tonight to listen in,

potentially gather information

that will help them later

in the game.

They're not going

to be asking questions,

just listening...

and eating.

First question I have is,

it seems as though you brought

your entire camp.

You brought shovels,

you brought your Home Depot kit.

Why is that, Bobby Jon?

>> I mean, we don't ever know

what's going to happen next.

We don't know if we're gonna


We decided we'd bring

everything, and if we have to

take it back, then we'll take it

back, but... I'm sure we've got

to take it back.

>> PROBST: Yeah, we're not


Angie, are you hiding your face

because you can't stand

to look at the food?

>> Yeah.

>> PROBST: You're genuinely


Is it frustration?

Are you sad?

Are you...?

>> I'm frustrated.

I'm so frustrated.

I mean, it was

really close today.

We really... we needed this.

And it's not just like today

was a loss of food.

It was a loss of, like, you


winning today would have been

a real big boost to team morale.

It's not all about the food.

It's just that after

consistently losing,

it would have been nice to win,

and win something we all wanted.

>> PROBST: Stef, how is it for


>> It makes me sick.

It makes me sick to know

that we would have been

eating a nice meal.

We almost had it in

the palm of our hands

except for one mistake.

We had a great lead

and blew it all away.

It's hard.

I can't even look over there.

I don't even know

who got voted out.

>> PROBST: James, you guys have

hung in there.

You've tried to keep a good


Today looked like it put a knife

in the back of this tribe.

>> We wanted it, man.

Our desire was there.

We was pulling as hard as we


As fast as we could just to get

this one reward.

We all wanted it.

Ever since we've been starving.

It was disappointing.

>> PROBST: Ibrehem?

>> You know, everyone's really

emotional right now.

All they're thinking about

is what's the last challenge.

I mean, I can go back to other

challenges where other people

haven't done as well, but that's

just not the way I do business.

I guess I wish people would kind

of look collectively at how

I've done in challenges.

Then put it together

rather than just put your fate

at one challenge, and if you've

made one mistake, too bad.

I mean, it seems like

all I've heard today is,

wow, we could have really been

eating that beef stew right now,

like that's the end of the game,

like beef stew is it.

>> PROBST: Okay, it is time to


But before you vote, Ulong,

Koror, you are going to vote.

Last part of your reward is,

you're going to vote to give

immunity to one person from


This is an individual


And you are voting for

the person you want to be safe

tonight at the vote.

Whoever has the most votes

will get immunity on Ulong.

Then Ulong will vote.

Janu, you're up.

I'll go tally the votes.

To be clear, these votes

are for immunity.

Very rare in this game

you want to see your name.

Tonight is one of those times.

Person who has the most votes

will be immune from Tribal



One vote Angie.


One vote Angie, one vote



One vote Angie, one vote Steph,

one vote Ibrehem.

Bobby Jon.

That's one vote each

for Angie, Stef, Ibrehem

and Bobby Jon.

Two immunity votes

for Stephenie.

That's two votes

for Bobby Jon.

Ibrehem has one, Angie has one.

Ibrehem now has two.

One vote left.

Here's where we stand.

Stef has two,

Bobby Jon has two,

Ibrehem has two.

Angie has one.

Immunity goes to...


>> PROBST: Koror, your work is


Grab your torches,

head back to camp.

Now it is time for you to vote.

Ibrehem is safe.

Everybody else is fair game.

James, you're up.

Angie, sorry.

It's not your time to go.


>> PROBST: I'll go tally the


Once the votes are read,

the decision is final.

Person voted out will be

asked to leave the Tribal

Council area immediately.

I'll read the votes.

First vote...


Bobby Jon.

One vote Angie, one vote Bobby



One vote Angie, one vote

Bobby Jon, one vote James.

That's two votes Bobby Jon.

One vote Angie, one vote James.

I'll read the last vote.


We have a tie.

That's two votes Bobby Jon,

two votes Angie.

Here's what's going to happen,

Angie and Bobby Jon, because

you're tied, you will not vote.

We will vote again with James,

Ibrehem and Stef.

After this round of voting,

there will be no tie.

To be clear, you're voting for

Bobby Jon or Angie.

James, you're up.

>> PROBST: I'll read the votes.

First vote, Angie.

I'll read the second vote.

Sixth person voted out

of Survivor: Palau,


There are three votes.

It only takes two.

Angie, the tribe has spoken.

It's time for you to go.

>> Steph, rock on for the


>> PROBST: Well, you've had a

rough first 12 days.

And even though you are down

to four tribe members,

the fact remains,

you are still a tribe

and the good news is

you still seem to believe it.

Grab your torches,

head back the camp.

Good night.

Stay tuned for scenes

from our next episode.

Next time on Survivor.

>> You cost us the game


>> PROBST: Ibrehem faces the


>> You went down three times,

didn't come up with a bottle.

>> PROBST: A massive storm

hammers Koror.

>> You a little worried?

This isn't going to go anywhere.

There's no way.

>> PROBST: And Janu pays the


>> It's so hard.

>> I'm very proud of my

accomplishments out here.

I mean, I did a lot better than

I ever thought that I would.

And I'm happy I came out here

and did something

I've never done before.

It was a different and

refreshing experience,

you know, and definitely more

appreciation for the things

that I take for granted.

All those little things in life,

never going to take that

for granted ever again.