It's all about the Idols for Jeremy on Survivor: Second Chance. Just a few days into the competition, Jeremy secretly unearthed a hidden Idol during a challenge. After Kelley shocked everybody by playing hers to oust Savage at last week's Tribal Council, there was another Idol put back in play. Shocker? Jeremy found that one, too. Now, with a pair of hidden Idols in his pocket, Jeremy has loads of power. After finding his second Idol, there was an emotional moment as Jeremy talked about needing to win for his family. Viewers were very active on social media, saying they feel this series of events has given him a winner's edit.
I like Jeremy, but honestly just hand him the money at this point #Survivor— Austin (@coxy_the_foxy) November 19, 2015
Oh man, that was the most blatant winners edit segment since... last season when Mike had a pretty similar one. #Survivor— Taran Armstrong (@ArmstrongTaran) November 19, 2015
I felt Jeremy was overrated... but after seeing him with 2 immunity idols, he deserves the win this season. #Survivor— Ming Hao Quek (@minghaoquek) November 19, 2015
I love Jeremy. I hope he goes all the way #Survivor— Wendy (@Goldie_LexiGirl) November 19, 2015
And here I went into this episode saying the season was wide open. There's a very clear front runner now, folks. #Survivor— Chris Penberthy (@cmpenberthy) November 19, 2015
Let's just hope he doesn't make a bonehead mistake and find himself getting voted off with both Idols.
Ciera said it herself as she gobbled up goodies at the Reward. She felt like anybody who takes Jeremy to the end of the game would lose to him. Why? Nobody in the game has any grudges against him. He has kept a positive attitude and proven his trust. Ciera is right. If he makes it to the end, there isn't much room for him to lose.
Instead of standing out as the biggest physical threat, Jeremy has let others shine in the spotlight. Look at Joe. His fate has literally been hanging in the balance since the merge. The only reason his safety is secure is because of back-to-back-to-back Immunity wins. The moment he doesn't have Immunity around his neck, Joe will become a prime target. As long as Joe, or anybody else for that matter, appears to be a bigger threat, Jeremy could have a smooth skate to the final vote.
When it comes to strategy, Jeremy is also ready to make moves when he needs to. The decision to flip on the majority alliance by following Stephen's plea to vote against Kelly was a big play. Is Kelly the biggest threat? Not necessarily, but his willingness to take a risk and vote with a block of people he hasn't previously been aligned with is proof to the jury he played the game.
In a game of trust, Jeremy is mastering it this season. He may catch some grief for flipping on the majority alliance to vote off Kelly, but I can't see that becoming too big of a deal because Spencer and Stephen also swapped. He's not the only fall guy. Also, when Savage was still in the game, Jeremy poured out his trust in their alliance. Now, he's dumping his trust into Stephen. There must be some trust to get deep in the game, and Jeremy is playing his cards just right. If you have nobody to trust and nobody trusts you, the target will only get bigger on your back.
Lightning will stop sporting events, but it won't stop #Survivor Tribal Council vote.— John Walker (@JohnT1x) November 19, 2015
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