Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X

Sixth Elimination

Takali tribe member Jessica “Figgy” Figueroa has become the sixth castaway to be voted out of Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X.

The 23-year-old bartender from Nashville, TN was eliminated after the Takali tribe came up short in the latest immunity challenge. Earlier in the episode, Figgy had come clean to tribemates Jessica and Ken about her romantic relationship with Taylor, despite it being blatantly obvious to everyone. She felt comfortable that she had the majority numbers with herself, Taylor and Adam and after the challenge decided to target Ken.

However, Adam found himself in the swing vote position and ultimately chose to vote with former Gen Xers Jessica and Ken, sending Figgy out of the game 3-2 and leaving an unhappy Taylor still in the game.

Figgy received three votes from Adam, Jessica, and Ken. Ken received two votes from Figgy and Taylor.


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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.

5 responses to “Sixth Elimination”

    • The buff makes it look like it could be two words. It makes it hard to tell since all the letters are caps. When you look at the bottom of the screen during the show it seems a little more clear that it is one word. Plus CBS is writing articles on their website and it is clearly written as one word. See an example in the link in my post above.

      • Yeah, we will probably change to Ikabula now. The reason we have been using Ika Bula is because when we first posted about the third tribe we used the name as it’s written on the buffs (two words) and how the actual Fijian word (which means sea turtle) is written – Ika Bula – two words. But indeed, it seems CBS are using one word.

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