While Coyopa began this week's episode coming off of their first Immunity Challenge victory, at Hunahpu, Jon was left scrambling after his closest ally, Drew, was blindsided.
|Don't worry for Jon Misch too much though, Sparty usually has a way of persevering.|
Upon arriving at the Immunity Challenge, Coyopa also seemed shocked that Drew was voted out.
And when Jeff Probst asked Baylor why she looked so shocked that Drew was voted out she responded, "I thought that Drew was Mr. Popular," which caused most of the Hunahpu Tribe to break out laughing.
|Drew Christy: Rule number one, male models are never, ever popular...That is, except for Gisele Bundchen.|
However, the big surprise came when Jeff told the contestants to drop their buffs and prepare for a re-draw of the tribes.
The new Hunahpu Tribe saw boyfriends Reed and Josh land together, along with Wes, Alec, Jeremy, Julie and Natalie.
Coyopa landed three sets of loved ones with Jon and Jaclyn, Kelley and Dale, Missy and Baylor, as well as Keith, who astutely noted, "I know that's not good Jeff."
Reed and Josh decided to sneak off in order to have sex, as did Kelley and Dale.
Actually, Josh informed the audience that he and Reed had decided to remain abstinent until they get married, which meant that they just did each other up the ass, kind of like teenage girls do these days so they can still call themselves "virgins."
|...And in Reed Kelly and Josh Canfield's case, they just might end up being "virgins" for life.|
Jon and Jaclyn had no shortage of PDA with one another after being reunited on Coyopa.
Baylor admitted that she was a little jealous, but in a non-bitchy kind of way.
"I'm totally jealous, I'm sitting here single, twenty...My mom's made her share of mistakes. She's been married three times, and divorced three times. My time will come, my mom's next time will come," as she broke out laughing.
After Missy helped exhaust Hunahpu's food supply, she immediately came over to Coyopa and began cooking up an extra large batch of rice, which pissed Dale off, especially since he was already at odds with her daughter Baylor.
Kelley did her best to calm her dad down before he lost his shit.
"Missy plays that sweet mom role, but she can be a bit of a diva, while my dad is a small town hardworking farm man, and he doesn't deal with that kind of stuff."
Or as Dale said, "She's a self centered bossy bitch." Hmm...Do I smell a love connection?!?
The old Coyopa players arrived at Hunahpu and quickly realized that the old tribe had essentially devoured all of their food.
Or as Josh said, "There were some very fool hearty players on this side. It's very very frustrating," mainly referring to Missy and Drew, who apparently liked to eat two big meals a day before he was voted out.
The Immunity Challenge was set up as a race for each tribe to dig up a bag with keys, crawl through a huge mud pit, open a gate and shake down twenty sandbags from a pole, and then toss ten of those bags onto a wobbly platform.
Hunahpu ended up winning easily, tossing all of their bags before Coyopa even made it to their platform, which, by yet another technicality, allowed Josh Canfield and Reed Kelly to claim that they're still abstinent.
Reminiscent of Immunity Challenges past, Reed wanted to barter with Jeff Probst saying, "Jeff, when you get a sec we'd like to talk to you please."
That caused Jeff to sigh, "Another conversation? This ought to be good."
And with Reed informing him that their tribe was in dire straits when it came to their food supply, Jeff informed them that he would get back with them after Tribal Council, but warned them that any trade would not come cheap.
Heading into Tribal Council, Kelley and Dale, who were on the outs with Baylor and Missy, approached Jon and Jaclyn about working together.
Dale even did his best to kiss Jon and Jaclyn's asses saying, "We got your back Michigan."
And when Dale spoke up at Tribal Council and declared, "To be perfectly honest, they're (Jon and Jaclyn) the hottest couple in camp right now," Baylor joined in the love fest saying, "They're the hottest couple, period."
In the end, Jon and Jaclyn decided that it was in their best interest to work with Baylor and Missy, and Kelley was voted out, which left her father Dale steaming as he headed back to camp alone.