Survivor 42

Player of the Week (Episode 3)

Vote now for your Player of the Week!

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Each week here on Inside Survivor we will be running a fan poll to determine the Player of the Week. Readers can vote for the player that impressed them the most with their strategic gameplay, social skills, and overall performance. The poll will close on the following Wednesday.

In the third episode of Survivor 42, we saw the elimination of Jenny Kim, the 43-year-old Creative Director from Brooklyn, NY. Last week’s Player of the Week was Daniel Strunk with 309 Votes.

Weekly Results

Week 1: Maryanne
Week 2: Daniel

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Who was the Player of the Week?

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Martin Holmes

Martin is a freelance writer from England. He’s represented by Berlin Associates for comedy writing and writes about TV and entertainment, currently for TV Insider and Vulture, previously Digital Spy, ET Canada, and Yahoo. A finalist for the Shortlist Sitcom Search in 2012 for “Siblings,” Martin received his BA in English with Creative Writing from The University of Hull. Martin is the owner and editor-in-chief of Insider Survivor.

4 responses to “Player of the Week (Episode 3)”

  1. When I first voted, Hai was in the lead with 60 percent of the vote, and Jonathan had 20-something percent. Now Jonathan has 53 percent while Hai only has 36 percent. I wonder what caused such a dramatic shift within just a day.

  2. I was honestly torn between Jonathan and Hai. Jonathan’s performance in the challenge was legendary IMO. He single handedly won that challenge for his tribe. Amazing. But Hai, his actions in the tribal were awe inspiring as well. Good for him for sticking to his guns on the Jenny vote. Hopefully it will pay dividends for him. Granted I haven’t watched every season of Survivor but I’ve never seen a tribal vote end like that one did. Im always leary about new seasons of Survivor but episode 3 definitely got me excited for the rest of the season.

  3. Sampling error is a thing, especially early when the sample size hasn’t gotten large enough to be representative yet. There are only about 2000 votes total right now, so there had to have been a lot fewer when you voted. Easier for a fair coin to come up head 70% of the time with only 10 flips as opposed to 100.

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