'Survivor': Down to Seven
Attractive schemer Jerri Manthey, 30, the know-it-all actress that viewers -- and tribe members alike -- purportedly loved to hate, was handed her walking papers on the 10th episode of "Survivor: The Australian Outback" on CBS Thursday night. "Checkmate. You guys got me," a stunned Manthey muttered as her torch was doused. The ouster was something of a surprise, given that the Los Angeles-based Manthey was a member of the original Ogakor tribe, which was outnumbered by the remaining Kucha members five to three. (Because members tend to vote along tribal lines, it was generally assumed that a Kucha would be the one to go.) But Manthey was so universally disliked that her own tribe members allied with the Kucha to give her the boot. "This morning I woke up and heard the 'Survivor' theme song on the radio," Manthey said on Friday's edition of CBS's "The Early Show," "and the two deejays started talking about how much they hated me and how glad they are that I'm gone. Well, I thought, okay." The seven remaining survivors are Amber, Colby, Elisabeth, Keith, Nick, Rodger and Tina. In Thursday's installment, in a contest that took place on the water, Nick toppled Colby to take the final round of the immunity challenge. The series is scheduled to conclude in May.
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