From complaining about her lost bracelet during the Survivor: Second Chance premiere, to picking a fight with Peih-Gee on the beach after the first Tribal Council, Abi-Maria was definitely the focus of a mixture of love/hate viewer reaction on Twitter.
Loving the Abi Maria show on Survivor tonight! #Survivor— Jorge Alvarado (@HeyJorgeHey) October 1, 2015
Abi looks like she will laugh while she is stabbing you in the face #Survivor— P to tha W (@DubbzvsPaul) October 1, 2015
Abbie needs to go! She is just being extra, and we do not need drama on the island #Survivor— ♡♥ Ashley ♥♡ (@PinkGemini69) October 1, 2015
Abi... psychopants is back. #Survivor— Nikki Comma (@commatose) October 1, 2015
Abi is the worst. Why did you guys vote for her? She's irritating not entertaining. #Survivor— Matt (@BauerPower116) October 1, 2015
The season wouldn't be the same without Abi #Survivor— ~Nick~ (@ThatsAGudIdea) October 1, 2015
I love Abi she's so out there.. She sounds been first to go but who else can I love to hate? #Survivor— Kimberly K (@LoveleeKimber) October 1, 2015
Here are my personal favorites of all the Abi-based tweets.
Truly polarizing, can't you tell?
Jeff, one of her Ta Keo tribemates, summed up her strange attitude the best by labeling her "the Brazilian soap opera." He viewed her as the dream choice to bring all the way to the end of the game.
"I see Abi as somebody everybody hates, which makes her somebody that I know I can beat," Jeff said. "She is the perfect tool to help me win $1 million. Oh, my God, this is delicious! Who needs food when you have Abi?"
But her evil-like stare washed away when those she felt aligned with were laughing at her. Terry felt sorry for her, so he went and had a bonding moment with the Brazilian baddie. The next morning, Jeff told her that he didn't want her to go anywhere because he thinks she's "fabulous." No, Jeff. You think she's your golden ticket. Smart dude.
Ta Keo went to their second Tribal Council in a row after a crazy close immunity challenge. Once back at camp, Abi straight out told Shirin that the tribe was gunning for her and Spencer. Shirin was devastated that she went from being in the majority alliance to the minority. After trying to make a play on Woo, who wasn't, well, wooed, the stage was set for a Spencer/Shirin showdown at Tribal Council.
Although neither wanted to vote against the other since they were strongly aligned, Spencer and Shirin did just that in an effort to spare themselves. In a tension-filled, stressful tally of the votes, Spencer was spared by a slim margin as Shirin was snuffed out of the game.
Spencer, along with many viewers, let out a big sigh of relief.
YESSSSS I WAS SO SCARED #Survivor— Kathy ♡ (@KathyyJane) October 1, 2015
Whew. Bye Shirin #Survivor— sxpnce (@sxpnce) October 1, 2015
Holy motha of heart attacks #Survivor— Whatwouldprobstdo (@peaceloveprobst) October 1, 2015
Thank God, Spencer is safe! #Survivor— E. Jefferson, M.S. (@erjefferson) October 1, 2015
I was entirely too nervous watching that vote play out. I'm a big Spencer fan and I am thrilled he's getting a second chance at this Second Chance edition. He really is a fan-favorite player and I hope he pulls himself out of this strange pit he's put himself in and finds a way to bury people in it.
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