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Eighteen players -- including three who have been here before but left due to injury -- have travelled to the Phillipines to see who can outplay, outwit and outlast the others in a battle for a million dollars! 18 castaways, 39 days... only ONE Survivor!

Recaps by Chico Alexander, Chris Wolvie & Jason Huhn, GSNN

Host Jeff Probst
Creator Charlie Parsons
EP Mark Burnett
Charlie Parsons
David Burris
Jeff Probst
Packager Mark Burnett Productions
Survivor Productions
Castaway TV Productions
Origins Island of Upolu, Samoa
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This Isn't a We Game (Matsing)
October 3


The long hunt for the Idol paid off for Penner, but a snuggle leads Roxy to try and break up a "couple" before they become a couple... leading Matsing to their SECOND Tribal Council in a row and leading Roxy out after the tribe decided to sweep her off of the game. Sixteen remain.

NIGHT 6: "That was fun."

It was fun, it was interesting, and Roxy did what she had to do... all of which was unnecessary. Her strategy: throw Angie and Malcolm under the bus. The rest of the tribe know that Angie and Malcolm are just friends... or do they. Russell just needs one more to help his cause out. Could that one more be Denise? Let's find out... A new round begins.

DAY 7: ... Where's our raft?

A new day begins... with a bit of disaster. The raft, which Malcolm had above the tide line, is floating in the middle of the ocean.

Malcolm believes that if they go back to Tribal, it'll be either Angie or Malcolm. There's no clear cut decision at all. There's such a focus on Angie & Malcolm, says Denise, but she's still holding onto hope that Angie will be the next to go per her agreement with Malcolm.


One by one, the tribesmen will dive down and release nuts with letters on them that spell "TREASURE". First two tribes to get it right win...

WIN: Complete fishing kit with canoe and immunity.
PLACE: Basic fishing kit and immunity.
SHOW: A trip to Tribal Council.

And Skupin dives head first into the line containing the nuts, opening up a nasty gash. But once again, it's Matsing that are in DEAD LAST. They manage to catch up... but KALABAW wins! In second... TANDANG. For the third straight time in a row, Matsing are going to see Jeff in Tribal.

It's tragic that Malcolm is on the goon squad that he's on, but thank goodness for Denise. Angie couldn't compete, and Russell can't climb a ladder. Angie doesn't want everyone to think that she's a weak link, saying that she never said that "she can't". Denise thinks that it would be ridiculous to keep Angie at this juncture, but she wonders how she can get Malcolm to swing her way.

"Everyone has their weaknesses, I showed mine," says Russell. "Diving 10 feet down, that's just not my thing. It's really hard to see a clear path forward." He could see himself go home. He doesn't know if this is all of a greater plan. "I am down.. but I am not out."

DAY 8: "I would have gone again."

Angie and Malcolm are on the beach, assessing the situation. It's between Russ and Angie for Malcolm. Russ has not spoken to him since day one, while Angie is not a physical threat. Angie trusts Malcolm, and she knows that they will vote out Russell. She says she's here to win and she'll do whatever it takes.

"To not continue to fight would be to spit in the face of all those people who endured so much more than I will ever endure in my life and definitely in this damn game." Well put, Russell...


We'll be down to three after tonight's vote. Denise sacrificed family and income to play the game. Malcolm was a lifelong loyal friend and true, being between tears and screaming for the past eight days. "It's heartbreaking." He says that people stepped up and people didn't pull their weight. The people that can do it need to step up. Angie is concerned that it could be her tonight. She doesn't think it would be fair to vote her out tonight; she's a fighter. Russell gave up, something he called "a strategic decision." But he says that Angie is not ready for the long game. She begs to differ. Russ recalls the entire challenge, calling Angie's account "revisionist history". That drives Angie to tears. It is hard to compete with him. Malcolm says that Angie is doing things right now that no other little girl in this game had to. What happens when strength and loyalty clash? How important is loyalty is to winning? Malcolm says that it's paramount. But do the tribesmen go with strength or loyalty?

Russell: ANGIE - "Sorry I made you cry, but that's the way this game seems to be played. I have to go hard... or go home."
Angie: RUSS - "One thing about me is that I never give up."

The other two votes.... are for ANGIE. Hate to see you go, but in a unanimous decision, Angie Layton... THE TRIBE HAS SPOKEN.

To view this episode in its entirety, along with extras and blogs, as well as information on how to become a contestant, go to cbs.com/survivor.