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Survivor: Nicaragua — Running The Camp

November 10, 2010 02:30 PM by Ryan Haidet

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A hidden Immunity Idol plays a big part in tonight’s episode of Survivor: Nicaragua, according to a press release from CBS.  The episode, which is titled “Running The Camp,” will also feature a Tribal Council that leaves host Jeff Probst stunned.  Read on to find out what else you can expect tonight!

A tease to the media says: “One castaway makes a difficult decision that backfires, allowing another castaway the opportunity to devise a strategy to flush out the hidden Immunity Idol and blindside a rival.”

This makes it almost sound like just one hidden Idol remains in play when there are actually two.  NaOnka has one in her possession right now and Sash has the one Marty gave him when they voted out Jillian.

Weird.

What the aformentioned “difficult decision” involves is still unclear based on the episode previews.  What we do know is that villain NaOnka strikes again at Tribal Council.  The 30-second promo on CBS.com shows her flipping the middle finger before we see Probst sitting there with a surprised look on his face.  “Ah.  God.  NaOnka, I think I’m speechless,” Probst says.

A challenge featured tonight involves the contestants bursting through a series of obstacles.  Just like the Big Bad Wolf and the fabled Three Little Pigs, the newly merged Libertad tribe will force their way through walls of straw, sticks and bricks in order to claim victory.

11 contestants remain in the competition.

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