Survivor 29 Blood Vs Water eliminated John Rocker in October 8th show tonight,episode 3. Tonight’s episode, started off with more conversation footage. Natalie and Jeremy had an issue with Drew being lazy and not doing much. Josh commented about not fully trusting John Rocker. John Rocker ended up, apologizing to Jeremy for not being able to protect his wife, Val, from getting voted off at the last tribal council meeting.
Next, they showed Rewards Challenge footage. Keith competed against his son, Wes, and Wes pulled out the win to give his Coyopa tribe their first victory of the season. From there, it was revealed that Keith had to go to exile island, and that Wes chose Josh to accompany him. Then they showed footage of Jeremy, telling the private cams, he is now out to get rid of John Rocker for not saving Val.
After a break, they showed more conversation footage. A very ticked off Jeremy, started telling the others about all the racist and homophobic things John Rocker used to say when he played pro baseball. So, that didn’t bode well for his girlfriend, Julie’s life in the game or his. In the meantime, John captured fish for his tribe to get in their good graces, and it seemed to work for the time being.
After a break, they showed Immunity Challenge footage. It consisted of another obstacle course, along with shooting and making 3 baskets for the win. The Hunahpu tribe won again. Then crazy Natalie, all of a sudden, chose to call John Rocker out for all his bad comments he used to make in the past, and that his tribe should vote him out. John replied by telling Natalie, he would knock her teeth out if she were a man. So, that obviously didn’t turn out to be the best choice of words for him, lol!!!
After another break, they showed additional conversation footage. John campaigned hard to get Baylor voted out. However, Josh didn’t like how shady John was being. Apparently, Josh didn’t like that John didn’t let everyone know that he had a hidden immunity idol, so he secretly schemed to get John voted out right before the tribal council meeting.