Survivor Season 30 Spoilers: The Most Awkward Challenge Ever

By Kathleen Villaruben | 3 years ago
Survivor Season 30 Spoilers: The Most Awkward Challenge Ever

Jeff Probst laughs big time in the upcoming episode of “Survivor: Worlds Apart” Season 30 Episode 8 “Livin’ on the Edge,” which airs on Wednesday, Apr. 15, 2015, at 8:00 p.m. on CBS. Read on to know what is going to happen.

Usual “Survivor” challenges are intense and heart-stopping, which commonly draws manly encouragement from Probst. However, according to Yahoo‘s promo teaser, the host cracks up on what seems to be an awkward challenge.

The sneak peek showed Will and Dan battling it out in an obstacle course on water. None of them is known to be fit or athletic, so the supposedly intense race becomes a real-life cartoon skit.

“Wow, two of the most awkward slides in the history of ‘Survivor,'” Probst exclaims when Will and Dan both fell on the water. At least, they will definitely be remembered.

The comedic face-down dive of Dan and Will, as well as their wobbly walks on the balance beam, is surely a treat you do not want to miss.

Veering away from the all the laughs, the eighth episode would also be an exciting one because a castaway is going to create a fake idol to be safe from the Tribal Council elimination. Will he or she successfully make it? Never miss tomorrow’s episode!

Recent “Survivor” news reported about the twist for Season 31 or 32 casting. Former castaways would be returning in the near future, based on the fans’ votes. Some previous contestants were already filming their video clips to present to the viewers in the upcoming promos.

“Survivor” airs every Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. on CBS.

There you have it for the spoilers on “Survivor: Worlds Apart” Season 30 Episode 8 “Livin’ on the Edge,” which airs on April 15. For more updates about this show, including spoilers and recaps, follow Movie News Guide (MNG) and like our Facebook page What Movie is this.

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