Survivor (2000–…): Season 14, Episode 8 - So You Think You Can Meke? - full transcript

The tribes perform a traditional Fijian dance at the Reward Challenge.

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>> JEFF PROBST: Previously on

Survivor:

Lisi returned from Exile

Island...

>> Welcome home, baby!

>> PROBST: ...and joined the new

all-male Ravu tribe.

>> Back at Moto, I didn't like

her, she didn't like me.

So she should be worried.

>> I'm with the boys!



>> PROBST: She didn't realize

that Alex, Edgardo, Dreamz, and

Mookie had already formed a

tight alliance of four.

At the new Moto, Yau-Man

discovered the hidden immunity

idol.

>> This is my million dollars!

>> PROBST: And he realized

another one existed on Ravu's

beach.

>> I know there's another one

somewhere on the other island.

>> PROBST: At a fiery reward



challenge...

Dreamz with a big launch.

Is it enough?

It is!

Dreamz secured a victory for

Ravu.

Ravu wins their first challenge!

And they were whisked away to a

remote arcade, where they gorged

on hot dogs, beer, and brownies.

>> As soon as we saw the food it

was like a feeding frenzy, man.

This is terrible.

>> PROBST: And then paid the

price.

>> I just ate way too much food.

>> You guys better be ready for

the challenge soon.

>> PROBST: Rocky showed no

sympathy.

>> You got what you wanted.

Suck it up.

>> Follow the rail!

Follow the rail!

>> PROBST: At an injury-laden

immunity challenge...

>> Mookie, run!

>> Cannibal, cannibal.

>> PROBST: ...Moto again claimed

immunity.

Cannibal Island is correct!

Moto wins immunity!

And Ravu was forced to choose

yet another tribemate to leave

the game.

>> I hate going to tribal

council.

>> What do you think?

>> I think you should ( bleep )

push over a little bit unless

you want to make out with me.

>> PROBST: Rocky's attitude had

him on the bubble.

>> Rocky has just this bad vibe

about him, and I think one of

the reasons that Ravu didn't

ever win was his attitude about

stuff.

>> The idol is on this island.

It's here.

>> PROBST: And in order to save

herself, Lisi revealed clues to

the whereabouts of the hidden

idol.

>> With the clues I have, you,

me, and Edgardo should start

prowling around the island.

>> Alex and I figured out that

we don't need really strong

players.

What we need is people that are

loyal.

>> PROBST: At tribal council...

The seventh person voted out and

the first member of our jury.

...Rocky was blindsided and

become the first member of our

jury.

Rocky, the tribe has spoken.

11 are left.

Who will be voted out tonight?

>> Edgardo and I are sort of in

between a couple alliances.

It seems like he and I are

aligned with Mookie and Dreamz

on the one hand, and we're

aligned with Lisi on the other

hand.

Edgardo and myself had a

previous alliance with her when

we were all part of Moto.

So right now I feel like I'm in

a pretty good place.

After Lisi got back from Exile

Island, she told Alex and me two

clues.

One of the clues was "It's at

the highest point in the island.

Dig down."

And the other clue said, "Dig

beneath where you sleep."

So myself, Alex, and Edgardo

were digging for the idol while

Lisi and Dreamz were sleeping.

>> A little left, six inches.

Right there.

>> I know that myself, Dreamz,

Edgardo, and Alex made a pact

together.

But I need to figure out how I'm

going to secure my space within

this trust.

I was digging in the right place

at the right time, and I don't

know how they didn't hear that,

but I got the immunity idol.

Hopefully it's smooth sailing

from here.

>> Lisi let us in on basically

all the clues to find the

immunity idol.

So we started digging, we

adjusted a little bit, and lo

and behold, the three of us

found it while everyone else was

asleep.

>> There is no words to describe

how much this means to me in

this game.

So to bring this back, it holds

my position for sure.

>> The reason we didn't tell

Lisi is because even though she

is really loyal, she's an

unstable person.

We were afraid that if we told

her, she would want to use it

the wrong way, just because I

don't think Lisi is a very smart

person playing the game.

>> Don't tell Dreamz.

>> Don't tell him until it's

necessary.

>> We're not telling Dreamz

about the immunity idol because

he's very close with Cassandra,

and if there is a merge, he may

have just a flareup of, like,

complete honesty and tell

Cassandra, tell who knows what

about the immunity idol.

And once they know we have it,

its effect is gone.

>> You can say that myself, Alex

and Edgardo have the idol, but

in my mind, it's in one pocket,

and that's in my pocket.

>> A little idol digging?

>> Yeah.

>> Yeah, that's where I suspect

it is, right around there.

It's got to be right here where

we're sleeping.

I suspect Alex told Mookie that

the idol is right where we

sleep.

Because this morning Mookie

tried to be, like, a little

discreet, flipping leaves and

trying to play with the ground,

and I was like, "What, idol

digging?"

And he had no choice but to say,

"Uh, yeah."

I'm like, "Dude, you're going to

have to wake up really, really

early to fool an old cat like

me.

What's wrong with you?"

>> I have the idol, and Lisi is

still digging for it.

She has no idea.

And I'm going to help her dig.

And that's the funny part.

>> Oh, my god!

>> Hola.

>> Hola.

>> Hola.

>> Great, you guys, come on with

us!

>> Today, you will learn a

traditional Fijian miki, a

dance.

>> Oh, my god!

>> The skilled Fijian dancers

are here to teach you how to do

it.

They will instruct you for two

hours.

>> You will compete against the

other tribe this afternoon and

try to outdance them at a local

village.

The winners stay for a feast at

the village.

>> It looks like we have a

dance-off competition with Ravu

today.

And we had some Fijian dancers

come and school us.

And then if we win we get a nice

spread of food.

>> We have to sit one person

out.

>> One person out.

>> I'm all knees here when

dancing.

>> Well, you're sitting out.

>> When it comes to dancing, I

have absolutely no rhythm.

I can't keep the beat if my life

depends on it.

>> I got the moves.

I got the moves.

You know, I had to pull out some

of my Michael Jackson moves, you

know?

They put me up front, and I'm

ready to take the lead.

>> That's a little too much

hips, Boo.

>> It was funny seeing Boo, you

know?

Boo was doing the whole... the

white guy thing.

But he hung in there, and he's

making a great effort at it.

I think we'll be okay.

>> Size, strength, and agility

is not necessarily going to be

an advantage on this one.

There's no way Yau-Man and those

girls are going to beat us at

this.

I mean, it's kind of

frustrating, right?

Because we've lost twice to a

bunch of girls and an old guy.

If we don't all work in unison,

we don't eat.

>> ( speaking in Fijian

language )

>> Okay.

Okay.

>> Challenges, honestly, I don't

take seriously.

I don't think we should be out

here brooding about "We've got

to win," or "We've got to eat

that food!"

I mean, come on, guys.

>> I really don't like Lisi.

Lisi was one of the reasons that

I was so miserable at Moto.

Every challenge she's done has

been horrible.

So Lisi should be worried,

because she's the weakest, and

we're trying to get to the merge

with numbers up.

If we lose a challenge, she will

be the next person voted off.

>> PROBST: Moto, come on in!

Moto looking good.

Ravu, come on in!

Moto getting your first look at

the new Ravu tribe.

Rocky voted out at the last

tribal council.

He became the first member of

the jury.

Everybody go ahead and have a

seat.

Glad to see everybody has

embraced today so far.

>> For real.

>> PROBST: Are you guys ready to

get to today's challenge?

>> Yeah.

>> PROBST: All right, this

morning you were taught a meke,

which is a traditional dance.

Today you will get the

opportunity to perform this meke

in front of some Fijian judges.

You will be judged on three

criteria-- your appearance,

authenticity, and, of course,

spirit.

Did you embrace the dance?

Our judges are all experts in

Fijian dance.

They will determine the winner.

Want to know what you're playing

for?

>> Yeah.

>> PROBST: Your reward is a

Fijian feast-- it is cooking

right now in a lovo-- of

chicken, pork, seafood.

You'll also enjoy some nice

Fijian singing.

In addition, the winning tribe

will send one member of the

losing tribe to Exile Island.

They will return in time for the

next immunity challenge.

Shall we get to it?

>> Yes.

>> PROBST: Moto, you have one

extra tribe member.

You had to decide this morning

who was going to sit out.

Based on how you guys look,

I'm guessing it was Yau-Man.

>> Yes.

>> PROBST: Moto, you are up.

( chanting )

>> Meke!

( applause )

>> PROBST: Nicely done.

Have a seat back on your mat.

Ravu, the stage is yours.

( chanting )

>> Argh!

>> Argh!

( applause )

>> PROBST: Nicely done.

Have a seat.

Give the judges a chance to

discuss.

( inaudible conversation )

You guys have made a decision?

>> Yes, Jeff.

>> PROBST: All right, tell me

first about Moto.

What did they do well and what

could they have improved on?

>> Moto, first of all, their

appearance, as Ravu, is good,

the way they dressed themselves

up.

>> PROBST: So both tribes you

thought did a good job?

>> Yes, they did a good job on

their appearance.

And also the spirit on both

teams were there.

>> PROBST: So you liked the

appearance equally.

>> Yes.

>> PROBST: And you liked spirit

equally?

>> Yes.

>> PROBST: So it's going to come

down, as it should, to how well

they did the actual dance.

>> Yes.

The actual dance, for Moto, the

group was... you know, they were

better organized.

And I think the leader was

really good.

Whereas Ravu, their body

movement was out of rhythm with

the chant.

They were either too fast again

or behind in their actions.

When it comes down to the final

point of coordination, I think

Moto...

>> PROBST: Judges, thank you

very much.

First thing we have to do, Moto,

somebody going directly to Exile

Island.

Who is it going to be?

>> Lisi.

>> PROBST: Lisi going back to

Exile Island.

Why Lisi, Earl?

>> So no one else will get any

clues.

>> All right, then.

>> PROBST: Lisi, the boat will

pick you up.

You'll be back in time for the

next immunity challenge.

All right, Ravu.

Unfortunately, I've got nothing

for you.

Grab your stuff, head on back to

camp.

Okay, Moto, you're going to

enjoy an authentic Fijian feast

that's been cooking for hours

especially for you.

Some singing, and it starts now.

>> One thing about being part of

this game, we haven't had a

chance to experience what's

here-- you know, the beauty of

Fiji and the people and the

natives.

We don't know anything.

And that was the first time we

got to actually absorb the

culture, and that's fascinating

to me.

>> Oh, my god!

It's so beautiful!

>> My mouth is, like, watering

right now.

The feast was the one of the

most incredible things that I've

ever experienced.

There were huge lobsters.

They had chicken, big pieces of

papaya.

We were eating with both our

hands.

It was just amazing-- the food,

the people, it was just

incredible.

Oh, my god, there's watermelon.

>> True feast here, baby.

>> Oh, my god, this is amazing.

>> It was incredible.

These people have such huge

hearts.

I don't think that any one of us

will ever forget this for the

rest of our lives.

>> A night like this brings us

closer together, because we were

still kind of separated.

You know, it was still kind of

some old Ravu and old Moto.

I mean, we still hadn't

connected all the way.

And I think a celebration like

this feels good as a group, that

we can finally push forward and

keep going as a solid group now.

This time it's our turn in the

sun, and I'm happy.

>> The game just gets so dark

sometimes.

Ravu just can't seem to win even

the simplest challenges.

This is kind of serious for

someone that likes to take it

light.

It sucks that I'm here.

I mean, like, look at me-- I'm a

moment away from crying.

I don't want to be here.

This sucks.

I really don't want to be here.

But what am I supposed to do,

man?

This sucks.

There's only so much of this I

can take.

I don't want to let down Alex

and Edgardo, but I feel like

quitting.

>> Michelle and I have our usual

morning meetings, because I'm

usually the first person up, and

then she gets up pretty soon,

and everyone else is always just

laying there.

So we always get up, and she

briefs me on what's happening,

because she is my little spy.

I think, Boo, if you put Boo in

the right situation, he'll be

with us.

>> Uh-huh, yeah.

>> But I still wasn't sure,

because Cassandra said Boo is

dangerous.

If Boo makes the merger he'll be

the most dangerous.

I don't know.

>> Stacy's got that fourth card.

>> She wants to do that.

And that's what makes her a

little more dangerous because

her vote's going to switch.

>> That's why I feel like Stacy

first, because that will scare

Boo and get him on our side.

>> Yeah.

>> Earl and I are targeting

Stacy.

She still does have ties on the

other side, particularly with

Alex.

Ideally we'd want to get rid of

Stacy before the merge, because

that's when we feel like she'll

be most dangerous.

>> One of those two has to go at

the next immunity.

>> I feel like it will have to

be Stacy.

I am afraid that the longer

Stacy sticks around, the more in

danger it put me, because me and

Stacy are kind of carbon copies

of each other when it comes down

to function.

I don't think there's enough

room for the both of us.

>> We've got to get out of this

losing spirit.

>> I'm feeling confident, still.

I'm pretty sure tomorrow we're

going to merge.

>> Right now I'm really worried

that Dreamz might be tight with

Cassandra, and he might flip

over.

So I think I am going to keep my

eye on him because I know he is

going to be a threat.

>> This is pretty cool.

>> Interesting...

>> All right.

"Everybody gets their shot.

It's immunity you desire.

Ready, aim, make it count.

Tonight, somebody loses fire."

>> We need the next immunity

bad.

Going into a merge 4-6, much

harder than 5-5.

>> Ever shot a bow and arrow?

>> Yeah.

>> I haven't.

>> It's all about keeping your

arm straight.

>> When you release, you just

release your backhand like that

completely.

>> I never say I'm pretty good

at stuff, but I'm pretty good at

archery, I think.

>> Go for the harder shots,

whatever the hell they are.

>> I'm pretty sure of this

challenge because have a lot of

confidence in my archery

abilities.

I've been kind of low key in all

the challenges, just doing my

role, listening to people.

And I feel like this is my time

to shine.

>> PROBST: Come on in, guys.

We'll now bring in Lisi

returning from Exile Island.

>> What's going on, kids?

>> PROBST: You guys ready to get

to today's immunity challenge?

>> Let's do it.

>> PROBST: First things first.

Take back the immunity idol.

You've got to let it go.

Once again, immunity is back up

for grabs.

For today's immunity challenge,

you will test your skills with

three different weapons.

First round is blow darts.

Each tribe member will get one

shot.

Whoever ends up closest to the

bull's eye scores one point for

their tribe.

Second round, you will throw

spears.

Closest to the bull's eye is

worth two points.

For the final round, you will

shoot a bow and arrow.

Closest to the bull's eye scores

three points for your tribe.

The tribe with the most points

wins immunity.

Losers will go to tribal

council, and for somebody, the

dream of winning this game will

come to an end.

Moto, you have one extra member.

Who are you going to sit out?

>> I will.

>> PROBST: Cassandra takes a

spot on the bench.

Everybody else, I'll give you a

minute to strategize and we'll

get started.

First round is blow darts.

Closer to the center of the

bull's eye scores a point for

your tribe.

Lisi first up.

She set the mark to beat.

Stacy up for Moto.

Moto now has the mark to beat.

>> There you go!

>> Yeah!

>> PROBST: Ravu up.

Mookie just inside of Stacy's

dart.

Ravu now has the mark to beat.

Moto back up.

Not enough lung capacity.

Dreamz trying to improve on

Mookie's shot.

And he does!

Yau-Man with a nice shot!

Moto now has the mark to beat.

Alex for Ravu.

Ravu back in the lead.

First round has been back and

forth.

Boo takes the lead back for

Moto!

Comes down to Edgardo for Ravu.

Ravu's last shot.

If Edgardo doesn't get this,

Moto wins the round, Earl

doesn't have to go.

And he does not.

Moto wins first round and the

first point.

Next round, throwing spears.

This round is worth two points.

Moto leads one point-zero.

Lisi does not get on the board

for Ravu.

Moto.

Ravu up.

Mookie going to try and set the

mark.

Mookie takes a toss.

That won't cut it.

Target still wide open.

Two-handed toss, made it halfway

down the course.

Ravu.

Just barely on the target, but

it will count.

Ravu now has the mark to beat.

Boo just short.

Ravu still in the lead.

Edgardo trying to improve the

mark set by his fellow tribemate

Dreamz.

He does not.

One good toss puts Moto back in

this.

>> Damn it.

>> PROBST: Yau-Man heads over

for Moto.

>> Come on, Yau-Man!

Whoo!

>> PROBST: A lot of target open

there, Yau-Man.

Yau-Man pulling an Evel Knievel,

going way back.

And it works!

Yau-Man sets the new mark to

beat.

>> From the free throw line.

>> Michael Jordan!

>> Look at that muscle!

>> PROBST: Alex is Ravu's last

hope in this round.

Got to get inside the mark set

by Yau-Man.

This round is worth two points.

Moto leads one point-zero.

If Alex doesn't beat Yau-Man's

mark, Earl won't have to go in

this round, either.

Alex ricochets off two targets,

doesn't hit either one.

Moto wins the second round.

Moving on to the last round, bow

and arrow.

Here's where we stand.

Moto leads three-zip.

This round is worth three

points.

If Ravu wins this round and we

are tied, we will go to sudden

death.

Sudden death will be with the

bow and arrow, one shooter, one

arrow, one winner.

Ravu, you're up.

Lisi not on the board for Ravu.

Moto.

Stacy wide to the right.

Ravu, you're up.

Mookie would like to set a nice,

tough mark for Moto to beat.

And he does not.

The target is still wide open.

Moto.

>> Yeah!

>> PROBST: Michelle just barely

on the target.

Ravu, you're up.

Ravu now has the mark to beat.

Boo up for Moto.

Ravu still in the lead.

Alex up for Ravu.

That won't cut it.

>> Oh!

>> PROBST: Yau-Man.

What kind of move will he have

with the bow and arrow?

Yau-Man, what are you possibly

looking for?

>> The straightest possible

arrow.

>> Come on, Yau!

>> PROBST: Yau-Man once again

brings his own style.

Yau-Man takes the lead for Moto.

It comes down to Edgardo for

Ravu.

Ravu needs to win this round to

force a tie.

Otherwise Moto wins immunity,

and Earl will not have to

participate in this challenge at

all.

>> PROBST: Moto wins immunity!

Moto, congratulations.

The new Moto tribe has not lost

immunity.

Ravu, once again, you have a

date with me at tribal council.

One of the five of you going

home.

Grab your stuff, head back to

camp.

>> How do we do so horrible?

We did bad.

>> I'm done with the losers.

These guys can't pull it

together.

Can I just say loser?

Loo-oo-ser.

I'm surrounded by losers.

You know what's going on?

That they know that they suck.

And when you know you suck, you

suck.

Dude, I'm telling you, this

whole tribe is a sinking ship.

There was no reason for you guys

to lose today.

Quite frankly, I don't see you

guys winning the next reward

challenge, and that means I get

to go to Exile Island again.

I'm not trying to buy real

estate, dude, you know what I'm

saying?

>> I understand.

>> I just really feel like my

time is up, and before I drive

myself crazy, I'd rather just

let you guys know how I'm

feeling, you know?

>> I just don't understand.

>> Lisi decided today that she

wants to be the next one to go.

She says she's had the

experience she wants to have,

and is grateful that Ed and I

kept her safe for as long as we

did, and it's just done, so she

told us she wants to go next.

>> I don't know what went awry,

you know?

>> I ran the gamut in this game,

I've been rich, I've been poor,

I've been in exile.

What more have I got to do?

I'm going to cry.

Oh!

>> The fact that Lisi wants to

quit pissed me off because I

could probably use her in the

future, because she's a solid

vote, but hey, I try not to

judge people in life.

I'm not going to judge Lisi now.

>> I knew if I talked to you

guys, you guys probably wouldn't

have voted me off, you know?

And that to me is like... I

don't know.

It's amazing.

It's amazing, and it's something

that's going to be treasured

forever.

We're going to be friends, end

of story, no more crying.

Sometimes you have to know when

it's time to go.

And I just kind of feel like

it's the end of the game for me.

I've gotten further than I ever

thought I would get, and I just

don't see the need to push

myself any further.

I'm done like a Thanksgiving day

turkey, man-- I'm done.

But it's cool, it's cool.

Well, we have tribal council

tonight, and pretty much, Lisi's

gone.

She's just laying there like

she's a sad puppy, so it's time

for her to go.

Getting rid of her is a dream

come true for me.

I don't know how the rest of the

boys feel about it, but I'm so

happy.

At tribal council, I might not

even be paying attention,

Jeff will be talking, and I'll

just get up and start taking

votes myself.

>> Going into tribal council,

I'm not going to take my bags.

I'm just going to tribal council

because I got plans on coming

back.

>> What would happen if we kept

on going?

>> I don't know.

What do you want me to say?

>> Look, I'm just thinking a

little bit more, that's all.

I'm having second thoughts.

All I can say is I was sitting

here thinking, and I was

thinking some more, and that's

why I pulled you guys over.

>> Okay, Lisi changed her mind

again.

I mean, she's gone back and

forth, like, three times.

So, I mean, I throw my hands up

in despair as if to say, "What

the hell?"

>> Okay, I'm looking at all

options.

Help me out here, guys.

Hello!

Alex and Edgardo, they know me.

The three of us are probably the

tightest three people in this

game.

And we've all had moments where

we've been at the brink, and

then something has pushed us

away or... but we've just kept

on playing.

>> Tonight we have to go to

tribal council and vote somebody

out.

So I mean, is it Lisi or Dreamz?

We haven't decided who's going

to be the target.

And that worries me a little

bit, but, I mean, you have to do

what you have to do.

>> In my eyes, Dreamz should be

the next one to go tonight.

I would vote for him, Alex would

vote for him, Edgardo would vote

for him.

So that's three votes.

Mookie's going to vote for me,

and Dreamz will vote for me as

well.

So Dreamz is going to end up

coming out of this.

>> PROBST: We'll now bring in

the first member of our jury.

Rocky, voted out at the last

tribal council.

I'll remind you, the jury is

here merely to observe, listen

in, gather information to help

make a very big decision.

Since this new tribe formed,

you've lost four out of five

challenges.

Lisi, what's missing in this

tribe?

>> Well, there seems to be a lot

of individualism happening here.

The group cannot come together

as a cohesive force, and that's

how you see the other tribe

winning.

>> PROBST: You've had an

emotional ride.

>> Yeah, you could say that

again.

I mean, I've run the gamut in

this game.

I've been rich, I've been poor,

I've been in exile.

I've been all over the board.

So yeah, I've played this game.

There's no question about that.

>> PROBST: Dreamz, what are you

basing your vote on tonight?

>> You want me to be honest?

I think Lisi wants to go home

because she's not winning like

she was at the old Moto.

She gives up easily.

It's not hard to see that, Jeff.

>> I've seen you give up in the

middle of a challenge.

>> You've never see me give up.

>> Okay.

>> In your life you'll never see

me give up.

I can't give up.

It's not in me.

It can't be in me.

>> I've seen you not pull

through when it was time to,

like, pull through, like to

bring out the stuff from

underneath you.

>> When?

>> I saw you... okay, I can't

even do this, man.

>> Like I said, Jeff, I think

she wants to go home, and they

call me a genie in the bottle,

because I grant wishes.

>> PROBST: So Lisi, what is the

status of your will, your

desire?

>> It's, quite frankly, wavering

from minute to minute.

Sometimes I feel like there's

hope and sometimes I feel like

we're doomed.

>> PROBST: Edgardo, how do you

go and trust somebody who's been

so vocal about their uncertainty

in this game?

>> Well, based on the talks that

I have with Lisi, Lisi and I

don't have anything to hide from

each other.

She's told me everything.

I mean, winning a lot, then

losing a lot, then being on

Exile Island has affected the

way she's viewing the game.

>> PROBST: Dreamz, yes or no,

has your will dipped?

>> I'm glad you asked that.

My will is so opposite of hers.

Because I will fight.

You get what I'm saying, Jeff?

If I die, resuscitate me at the

finish line, you know what I

mean?

The warriors that I fight with,

we don't think we lose because

we suck.

So our spirit don't go down.

Her spirit goes down.

>> PROBST: So, Lisi, do you want

to be here?

>> Can't I catch a break?

I mean, there are times where

you're just not up to it.

I'm just being honest.

>> Well, I'm sorry, Jeff, I

really didn't get the answer to

that question, do she want to be

here.

She kind of moved around it, and

I didn't understand it at all.

Can you ask her again?

>> PROBST: You just did.

>> What?

>> Do you want to be here?

>> Okay...

>> It's a yes or no question,

Lis.

Do you want to be here, Alex?

>> Yes.

>> Do you want to be here,

Edgardo?

>> You know it.

>> Do you want to be here,

Mookie?

See how simple their answers

were?

>> Okay, that's fine.

>> They didn't give me a

shalingua... shiquare...

>> PROBST: Soliloquy?

>> Yeah.

They didn't give me one of

those.

>> All right, so I'm at fault

for being honest and saying

I have to think for a minute, I

have to just chill?

>> Jeff, I'm ready to vote.

>> PROBST: So Lisi, because we

have a vote about to happen,

what would you advise your tribe

to do?

>> Just give me a chance.

I mean, Edgardo and Alex know

me.

Dreamz, whether he wants to

admit that he knows me or not is

another story.

>> It's not that.

>> He's seen me around.

Okay, now I'm talking, okay, now

I'm talking!

So, you know, he's seen me

around, and he can judge my

actions, what have you.

Just give me a chance.

Just let me see what happens.

>> PROBST: Okay, let's get to

the vote.

If anybody has the hidden

immunity idol and you want to

play it, you would present it to

me before I read the votes.

It is time to vote.

Mookie, you're up.

>> I've been waiting to do this

for a long time.

>> You're a grown man.

Consider a name change.

>> PROBST: I'll go tally the

votes.

If anybody has the hidden

immunity idol and you want to

play it, now would be the time

to do so.

Okay, once the votes are read,

the decision is final.

The person voted out will be

asked to leave the tribal

council area immediately.

I'll read the votes.

First vote, Lisi.

Dreamz.

One vote Lisi, one vote Dreamz.

Lisi.

Two votes Lisi, one vote Dreamz.

Eighth person voted out, and the

second member of our jury, Lisi.

You need to bring me your torch.

Lisi, the tribe has spoken.

It's time for you to go.

Well, if there is one truth in

this game, it is you have to

want to win in order to make it

to the end.

Obviously you didn't feel Lisi

had that desire.

Good news is the four of you

remaining all say that you do.

Grab your torches.

Head back to camp.

Good night.

>> PROBST: stay tuned for scenes

from our next episode.

>> PROBST: Next time on

Survivor:

A mysterious tree mail...

>> "Gather your personal

belongings and paddle to Exile

Island immediately."

>> PROBST: ...shakes things up.

>> We've living on Exile Island?

>> PROBST: And a shocking twist

changes everything.

>> Oh, my god!

>> What the hell?

>> This is so messed up!

>> Oh, my god.

We're going to die.

>> You can sit there and say

whatever, but I know who I am.

It's not a matter of will.

When the ship is sinking, you

get off the ship.

Another thing, Ravu, you guys

are never going to get it

together.

You guys are losers, over and

over and over again.

There's nothing I could say,

other than try to hold on to

yourselves, because together

you're nothing.