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RECAP | Survivor Princess NINA TWINE misses out on final 4 spot on AUSTRALIA SURVIVOR

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It’s Monday night Survivor. Finals weeks means there’s now only 5 castaways remaining. This is S8 episode 22 of Australian Survivor: Heroes vs Villains. Let’s recap.

Do you know the muffin man?

He lives on Drury lane and visits our remaining castaways with coffee!

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Coffee Australian Survivor Heroes vs Villains (Image - 10)
Coffee time on Australian Survivor Heroes vs Villains (Image – 10)

43 Days without coffee leaves our castaways pinging off the walls.

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Just a little caffeine sensitive.(Image – 10)

But what goes up must come down and someone who Liz thinks must go down is Matt. He’s a massive challenge threat and if he wins the final immunity, he will probably take Jerry to the final 2. So she pitches the idea of voting out Matt to Nina and George. Matt’s vote seems legit to Nina but George can’t vote Matt without upsetting Gerry.

Nina Twine Australian Survivor Heroes vs Villains (Image - 10)
Lots and lots of micromovements, Australian Survivor Heroes vs Villains (Image – 10)

In the immunity challenge, Liz, Nina and Matt keep on top of their balancing balls while George and Gerry thumble their way to last place. With the microest of “micromovements” Liz swivels her way to victory and wins immunity from tribal council. She now has a 1 in 4 chance of winning Australian Survivor: Heroes vs Villains.

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Liz wins immunity, Australian Survivor Heroes vs Villains (Image – 10)

George finds himself in a predicament upon returning to camp. Nina and Liz are targeting Matt. Meanwhile, Matt and Gerry are cutting off the last non-alliance member of the remaining tribe; Nina.

“Social George is telling me vote for Nina and keep Gerry happy but ruthless George from the Outback is saying just vote off Matt, that’ll set up the win.” George wonders.

Liz tells him to wind his neck in, you can’t get to the final 5 in Australian Survivor and decide now is time to play with your heart.

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George Liz Australian Survivor Heroes vs Villains (Image – 10)

At tribal, Nina admits she’s tried to crack the remaining alliance members but they are just too solid to break.

Gerry tells her that despite the perception George is captaining the ship, “There’s been no one leader all the way though.”

Nina Twine Australian Survivor Heroes vs Villains (Image - 10)
When you hear someone say George isn’t the leader. (Image – 10)

“Everyone has been included in the decision making along the way.” Gerry rebuttles.

Nina calls that BS. She spent two whole days in COVID Survivor Iso telling him it’s time break away from George. To her an active leader is running around counting votes and not waiting for someone to come up to them and give them a name.

“Shouldn’t have said that, probably.” Nina ponders.

She probably shouldn’t have. And just like that. George has made his final decision.

George Australian Survivor Heroes vs Villains (Image - 10)
Here comes the swing vote. (Image – 10)

“I’m better off with a happy Gerry and an unhappy Liz.” George reasons.

Considering her tragic injury-ending season last year. Nina has done her Mother Survivor Queen Sandra proud and finished 5th all by herself. Go Nina!

Nina Twine Australian Survivor Heroes vs Villains (Image - 10)
Nina Twine Australian Survivor Heroes vs Villains (Image – 10)

AUSTRALIAN SURVIVOR: HEROES vs VILLAINS – continues Sunday next week at 7:30pm on Channel 10 and 10 Play. 

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Samantha Kirkley
Samantha Kirkley
Samantha Kirkley is a Melbourne based writer and taking over the internet one blog post at a time.
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