Survivor

Season 21 Episode 4

Pulling the Trigger

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Oct 06, 2010 on CBS
7.6
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The morning after Tribal Council, Espada discover the aftermath of the heavy rainfalls in Nicaragua which prevent them from fishing in their normal spot. On La Flor, Brenda thinks she has the hidden immunity idol clues figured out. After telling NaOnka, the both of them find the idol. Meanwhile Kelly B. and Alina share their dislike of NaOnka and go on their own search for the already found idol. The next day, Espada discuss strategy for their next challenge but Jimmy T. and Marty don't agree with each other. La Flor win another combined reward/immunity challenge with the help of the medallion. Espada return to their camp and lament their loss but Jimmy T. still feels like he has not been allowed to contribute as much as he can. Back on La Flor, Chase finds a clue for the idol and when he shares it with Brenda, she tells Chase that NaOnka already has it. Over on Espada, everyone is searching for sea urchins while Jimmy T.'s comments continue to annoy and anger Marty. Some of the women feel Dan is the next weakest link, but Marty tries to get the others to vote out Jimmy T. instead.moreless

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  • At LaFlor, NaOnka continues to openly voice her hatred for everybody and everything. At Espada, Jimmy T's whining and complaining catch up with him.

    6.0
    "Pulling the Trigger" has to be one of the worst episodes of "Survivor" ever. This episode could not have been more predictable if it tried. From the second Jimmy T. started complaining to his tribe after losing the immunity/reward challenge, it could not have been more obvious that he was going to be cut loose. The Medallion of Power (A terrible idea in my mind.) pretty much determined who would win the challenge before it was even commenced. No surprises there. One other thing, how many more times do I have to listen to NaOnka putting down Kelly? Awful episode.moreless
  • Jimmy T needed to be quiet. But he does his work around camp. But, in the end, it cost him.

    6.5
    Na Onka is as worse than Corrine from Gabon. As she tries to really be the villian. Corrine seemed pretty fake and wanted the attention. But Na Onka is a pain in the butt to her tribe. Because she voices her opinions as someone needs to tell her to shut the you know what up. Jimmy T is complaining and really isn't doing too well in the challenges. But the bullying Marty is always consent to have his own way. And gets rid of Jimmy T, rather than Dan. Who really is doing nothing in the challenges. Nor contributing much to camp. Jimmy T kind of does the latter.moreless
  • A very intersting instalemnt!

    10
    This episode saw things get slightly more interesting in the 'La Flor' camp. Immunity idols were very much on the agenda, as the battle to find them go t ugly and someqwhat rude.



    The challenge was a pretty unoriginal one, even if it was somewhat interesting. I thought the young tribe should just keep the 'Medallion' forever, as they wouldn't need it in challenges, but clearly they have a different strategy.



    I was very sick of Jimmy T. by the end of this episode, and as such, relieved to see him go. Hopefully Marty and Tyrone can step up now, as they are the only interesting members of the older tribe. I like Brenda from La Flor, but the rest seem rather dull. Hope this season picks up, because it can be good, but the castaways don't seem very energetic, apart from a couple.moreless
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