Lisa Keiffer Booted off Survivor: Vanuatu
In a 4-2 vote on Thursday night's edition of Survivor: Vanuatu, the new Yasur tribe decided – some might say, conspired – to send home Lisa Keiffer, the seventh contestant deported from the South Pacific island this season.
The 44-year-old real estate agent from New Orleans was found to be deceptive by her tribemates, despite her protestations to the contrary – after their vote.
In other developments, witnessing the only other Yasur male get ousted at Tribal Council put Rory Freeman, already aware he was in jeopardy, in a foul mood. Rory's worry was just how objective his tribemates were, let alone how they assessed his work ethic. "I can't push these ladies too far," Rory admitted. "I just kinda got to balance it and push them just far enough to get myself a little bit of an opening."
But it was the Reward Challenge that really showed off how dirty Survivor can be. Host Jeff Probst announced that the Yasur and Lopevi tribes had to compete to catch the most pigs. In the mud. The reward for the top pig catching team: steak and eggs.
Just when it appeared the competition would end in a tie, Eliza gave up on a piglet and Lopevi's Lea "Sarge" Masters grabbed the 10th pig for his team – and brought home the bacon.
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