‘Survivor’ Season 30 Spoilers: A Bloody Episode

By Kathleen Villaruben | 3 years ago

Expect a bloody two-hour episode on “Survivor: Worlds Apart” Season 30 Episode 4 & 5, which airs on Wednesday, Mar. 18, 2015, at 8:00 p.m. on CBS. Read on to know what is going to happen.

IBTimes wrote that a Tribe Swap happens this week and possibly changes from three tribes into two. Because of this, the next Tribal Council surely ignores the established alliances of No Collar’s Jenn, Hali and Joe, Blue Collar’s Mike and Dan and White Collar’s Tyler and Joaquin. However, Sierra claims she is happy about it because she does not want her team ever since.

According to the next episode’s promo teaser, Blue Collar tribe keeps on inciting conflicts with each other as Rodney is threatened by Lindsey at their camp. Lindsey becomes violent with Rodney when she said that if he is her son, she would break his jaw and “feed it to” him “for breakfast.” Meanwhile, Rodney talks about Lindsey’s tattoo on her face, which is ridiculous for him.

White Tribe’s Shirin and Joaquin also experiences more issues when Joaquin described her as a “sociopath” after Shirin killed a rabbit and a chicken.

For the worst part, Kelly experiences an injury during an Immunity challenge when something fell on her head. Blue Collar’s Sierra notices the injury and shouts, “She’s bleeding!” That does not stop Kelly to continue the challenge. However, Jeff Probst immediately stops the game to call for first aid. Anyway, Rodney and Mike are in the sidelines for a fair game.

Sierra’s Good Samaritan moment does not pay off when one of her friends, Kelly or Lindsey, might go home at the Tribal Council.

Will Kelly stay further in the competition? Catch the episode on March 18.

“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 4 & 5. For more updates about this show, including spoilers and recaps, follow Movie News Guide (MNG).

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