Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X

Fourteenth Elimination

Who was the fourteenth castaway voted out in the latest episode of Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X?

Sunday Burquest has become the fourteenth castaway to be eliminated from Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X.

The 45-year-old youth pastor from Otsego, MN was eliminated in this week’s second tribal council. After seeing Jay as threat, Adam’s alliance thought it best to remove him from the game. Worried that Jay would most likely play his idol, the target shifted to David. Hannah felt uneasy about voting David out due to being very friendly with him and feeling like he put his game on the line for her. She suggested that Sunday would be a better vote this round due to her being perceived as a goat and potentially taking a spot from a more deserving person. At tribal, Jay played his idol as expected, but it was unnecessary as he only got one vote.

Sunday received votes from Adam, Ken, Hannah, and David. David received votes from Bret and Jay. Jay received one vote from Sunday, which didn’t count due to him playing his idol.

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Rob Brodeur

Rob hails from Boston, MA. He studied Architectural Engineering at college and has been following Survivor since the first season. Rob is married and has a dog named Snoopy. He also used to host Survivor ORGs (Online Reality Games) on Facebook. Rob writes Inside Survivor’s weekly Survivor Stats feature.

8 responses to “Fourteenth Elimination”

  1. Stupid move getting rid of Sunday. Now they have David and Jay in the game. They should have taken David out now cause they could get Sunday out for being a goat next if Jay wins immunity.
    I hope Jay can win his way to the end.

    • To whomever planned Taking Back Sunday’s boot, it could’ve been used to say, “I was the one who was pulling David by saving his behind.” Think Sophie with Coach.

      Also, it ensures loyal numbers are around because who knows what Adam could’ve done if he was left with those kinds of options?

      Now? Jay flushed his idol (and he even admitted it was a waste in front of the jury!), Adam’s potential to flip gets neutralized and Bret doesn’t hold much power just being one vote.

      • It is only a matter of time before David targets them. And I don’t think it would work the same way as Sophie and Coach. Cause no one is bitter at David like they were at Coach.

  2. I wish we would’ve seen more of her personality in the game. I loved her Ponderosa video and it made me fall in love with her. It’s very unlikely for her to return, however if she does, I wouldn’t be mad at it. I wish her the best!

  3. Kinda glad she went. Sunday never made any game plays other than telling others to target Jessica. I did not want her carried to the end as a goat and then possibly win because of a bitter jury.

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