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Who Went Home on 'Survivor' Fall 2017? Week 7 Spoilers!

Who Went Home on 'Survivor' Fall 2017? Week 7 Spoilers!”

Everyone knew that the merge was coming on Survivor season 35, episode 7 entitled "Get to Gettin'".

Individual Immunity is now up for grabs!

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Day 16 in the Yawa tribe camp, Cole feels great with his tribe because they trust each other explicitly now. Devon tried to recruit Lauren for that alliance, but Lauren wanted to stay strong with the Yawa 5 and told Dr. Mike about plan to vote out the Healers. It's noticed that Lauren, a Hustler, is playing with the Healers. The Healers all know that they are at this point sitting ducks, provided that they can not figure out some other way to navigate in the game. She feels things need to get better because, on top of all that, they are out of all food - no rice, no chicken nor fruits, and vegetables. But before anyone actually dies, it's drop your buff time. The new tribe, called Solewa, will sport trendy purple buffs. And in terms of energy, they got their wish as the merge feast was on fleek with Outback Steakhouse catering it all, even cooking the steaks to everyone's specifications. "This is the first time that I have a chance to meet Joe", Chrissy explained. On the Levu Tribe, Joe somehow managed to locate another immunity idol. Post-merge Ben seems to be holding a lot of the power, as he is now part of the combined Heroes/Hustlers super alliance of seven people: Ben, JP Hilsabeck, Chrissy Hofbeck, Ashley Nolan, Devon Pinto, Lauren Rimmer and Ryan Ulrich. Joe reaches into his trousers and whips out - no, not that - a hidden idol. Cole is anxious because he doesn't have the same protection as Joe, but he trusts Joe so he's not anxious. Everyone begins to go their own way to build their own alliances.

The Heroes and Hustler alliance has a chat about who their target should be. Joe knows how to play the game so that makes him a threat to others while Cole is a physical threat. Ben is listening to everyone but could go either way as it boils down to him trusting Cole because he is selfish and doesn't respect anyone. She's even happier to be reunited with Ben, her secret alliance.

Mike pitches the idea of voting Crissy off. Mike tells Cole that everyone is gunning for him or Joe. He doesn't like him, but he's in their alliance.

Day 19 arrives and so does their first individual Immunity Challenge. If a player steps off the beam, or drops their ball, they are out of the challenge. As the challenge goes on, they have to step further down the beam. (This challenge is much harder than it looks.) Desi and Ashley make it to the final two, but Desi finally triumphs. Ryan drops his ball nearly immediately, followed by Dr. Mike. Ben is pleased, too, but Crissy is being too obvious.

That leaves Desi and Ashley to battle it out. They must inch down to the narrowest board on the beam, which knocks Ashley out of the game, giving Desi immunity.

There was a ton of talk back at camp regarding Ben. Cole is anxious because of how his eating habits are rubbing people the wrong way. Nothing is going like he thought it would. While Probst is droning on about not being lured into complacency by the drone of the revolving ball, Joe sends his ball into Cole and Joe's gone.

Joe plays his hidden immunity idol, and it goes for naught. But, Ben has some big concerns about how close Cole and Jessica have become.

Just last week we ran a poll asking who's your favorite player and Marine Ben Driebergen was your #1 choice with 23% of the vote. She suggests they should split up Jessica and Cole, as they are getting too tight. Ben worries if he has to break things with Chrissy and stick with the Yawa tribe.

In this same light, Devon and Ryan were back together again, thinking Heroes and Hustlers alliance. Mike says that people are thinking beyond tonight's vote and on to the next and the next and the next, so that move might not be so smart after all. Cole says he trusts his alliance and he's not anxious. Lauren says now they need to think of the threat level of everyone for right now and down the road or if they just get on your nerves; Chrissy agrees, so does Joe. Joe pulls out his second idol, puts it around his neck and everyone feels it is ridiculous. He knows that tribal council will be war, and he is ready for whatever may happen. Jessica says idols change this whole game. Devon says he still trusts Joe as Ben says the lines are drawn and they will see who is aligned with who as it is time to vote. That made things uncomfortable for everyone as everyone went in to vote, which left things odd and uncertain - especially when Joe played the idol for himself. Jeff reminds the person who is voted out to immediately leave the tribal area.



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