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 Tuesday.
Last week, readers voted Brad Culpepper the Player of the Week with 1,029 votes (52.90%). Hali Ford finished in second place with 260 votes (13.37%). Who was your Player of the Week after Episode 4?
Who would have thought that Brad, Hali and Sierra would ever be the top 3 for player of the week? I love it!
I feel like Sierra or Brad win the week here; Brad is running his tribe, but we heard Sierra say multiple times they needed to go after Malcolm and that is what ended up happening.
Can everyone just vote for Malcolm.
AS much as it pains me, I have to give it to Brad, again. He used his closest ally’s (JT’s words) intel to take out probably the biggest threat to win this season. He keeps reminding us that he’s trying to play like Monica, WWMD. I think he has surpassed anything Monica was capable of, but I think he is heading for the same result. Final three with no votes. RIP Malcolm.
Okay, somebody please explain. Why is Hali doing so well again? She has ensured she’s a longshot to survive to the next swap. She openly told her tribe she’s not with them and proved it at Tribal. She’s destroyed her bridges with them entirely, meaning they’d be smart to throw a challenge just to get rid of her.
Actually, she voted WITH her tribe. You may want to do some fact-checking beforehand before making such unfounded assumptions.
And when she gave that pause before voting, Sandra’s response pretty much let her know which direction to go to.
Besides, for all we know, her statement about “thinking of physical threats” may have meant taking Malcolm out. With him out, that’ll give her tribe more chances to win challenges.
Longshot to survive the next swap? Oh, please! There are most likely going to be more high-priority threats before her when that happens.
Hali voted with her tribe but her saying she wasn’t ready to vote implied she didn’t want to – she wanted to vote out somebody from her own tribe, which going over to converse with Sandra shows. Sandra only told her to integrate with her tribe because Sandra wants Hali back. This is clearly visible. Why would someone like Culpepper allow Hali to reunite with Sandra? It’s obvious where Hali’s loyalty lies.
I predict Hali goes next and Debbie blowing her top is a red herring to get us to think it’s Debbie leaving. That foursome is tight right now and the biggest threat to them is Sandra, the leader of the original Mana. Taking out Sandra’s lieutenant will be a major blow to her.
Brad for sure. Looks like he’s got a good Jeremy Collins type game going for him so far. He’s getting what he wants without being overbearing at all.
I think Brad is playing the best game overall but this week specifically I give to Tai. It’s tough to judge gameplay in such a weird week but finding the idol wasn’t easy, Tai often lacks the social awareness to do things like share it with the right people at the right time and then keep his mouth shut, and he ended up playing it right and not getting paranoid. That’s an improvement for him and I’m starting to wonder what Tai’s chances will be like in the long run.
I went with Andrea cause she is the one that finished the win for Tavua. But the real player of the week was Production cause with out the twist Malcom would still be there
JT screwed Malcolm. Not the twist.
I think the idol would have gone on sierra even if JT didn’t say anything
Who the hell are the 35 people that voted for J.T.?
Sierra. Correctly read the situation and knew it was her before JT open his mouth. Also, the edit showed her saying multiple times that Malcolm needed to go and ultimately that ended up happening. The cowgirl is killing it so far.
[…] week, readers voted Brad Culpepper the Player of the Week for the second week in a row with 522 votes (33.74%). Hali Ford again finished in second place with 356 votes (23.01%). Who was your Player of the Week […]