‘Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance’ news: Kelly Wigglesworth goes home while Stephen Fishbach breaks down Joe Anglim’s alliance
The alliances and drama continue in “Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance” as Kelly Wigglesworth goes home in the previous episode. In the upcoming episode, who will be sent home?
In the episode that aired on Nov. 18 titled “Witches Coven,” the heavy Cambodia rain poured as the castaways struggled. However, the forming of alliances continued as Jeremy Collins, Stephen Fishbach, and Spencer Bledsoe saw the strength of “The Witches,” referring to Kelley Wentworth, Ciera Eastin, and Abi-Maria Gomes when they sent home Andrew Savage in the episode prior. They were planning to split their votes between Eastin and Wentworth, but at the last moment, decided to vote out Wigglesworth because of her connections with strong players such as Joe Anglim. Fishbach believes that this is a potential threat and decided to move before they lose another alliance. Along with “The Witches,” they sent home Wigglesworth much to her surprise.
If fans can remember, Eastin and Fishback were already brewing against Anglim when they suggested to Savage to vote out Anglim in episode 8 of “Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance.” They thought that if Anglim loses an alliance, it will weaken his chances of winning.
As reported by Carter Matt, when asked if she was surprised with her elimination, “I was and I wasn’t surprised. I knew people were after me. I knew I was a target and a threat from day one. I just didn’t think it was going to happen that night.” However, she also said she suspected that “something feels weird and going down,” when Tasha Fox told her “something is not right.”
Regarding Fishbach, Wigglesworth said it was “interesting” because while he was forming an alliance with her, Kimmi Kappennberg, Keith Nale, and Anglim, the others did not suspect that he is plotting against her. She added, “He was obviously afraid of me winning.” Likewise, Wigglesworth related the instances when Fishbach made comments regarding her different skills both on physical and abstract tasks.
Meanwhile, in the upcoming two-hour episode, Inside Survivor predicts that the castaways will continue to be very wet. The same report predicts the elimination of Anglim. Aside from him, Collins may also be voted out. However, with his immunity idols, Eastin may most likely be sent home, too.
“Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance” airs 8 P.M. on Wednesdays on CBS