Get ready for more exciting challenges on “Survivor: Worlds Apart” Season 30 Episode 2 “It Will Be My Revenge,” which airs on Wednesday, Mar. 4, 2015, at 8:00 p.m. on CBS. Read on to know what happens in this episode.
According to the official CBS site, this week’s Immunity challenge for the 17 castaways is held on the beach. Tribes should pass the obstacle course with a ball and a rope. Obstacles definitely have a lot of climbing and swimming. The first place among the three tribes gets immunity and a bonus reward while the second receives immunity alone. Good luck to the last-placed team that goes straight to elimination.
Since it was the elimination last week the No Collar (red) and Blue Collar teams might send someone out of their groups to get even with the White Collars. The fan website SurvivorFandom.com has bet on Kelly Remington from Blue and Nina Poersch from Red as the sacrifices for the two teams. Based on the preview video, a stressful Nina is shown.
The new installment of the American reality TV pioneer had its premiere on Feb. 25, 2015. It did not fail to make a twist (as usual in its previous seasons) by making it a social experiment. The contestants were separated according to their disposition in life and working class. The tribes are the Masaya Tribe, composed of white collar office workers and professionals, the Escameca Tribe, blue collar laborers and the Nagarote Tribe, people with no definite employment.
Like all of their numerous seasons, 18 strangers were sent to a remote island. This season took place in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua.
The host Jeff Probst told Entertainment Weekly that every contestant felt right in the unusual method of grouping. However, he expected some stereotypical behavior reflecting their label.
There you have it for the spoilers on “Survivor: Worlds Apart” Season 30 Episode 2 “It Will Be My Revenge,” which airs on Wednesday, Mar. 4, 2015, at 8:00 p.m. on CBS. For more updates about this show, including spoilers and recaps, follow Movie News Guide (MNG).
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