‘Survivor’ Power Rankings Round 9 – It’s-in-the-Bag Edition


"Survivor: Worlds Apart" (CBS)

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The Rules: Each week our three combatants will create separate power rankings. The ranking of the person who is voted out of the next episode will determine the number of points the three players will earn. At the end of the season, the person with the most points will be named the “Survivor: Worlds Apart” Power Rankings Challenge Champion.

Last Week: Josh had Jenn in spot seven, Reed had her in spot nine, and Gordon had her in spot eight. So, the current score is Team Josh 75, Team Reed 81, Team Gordon 81.

This Week: Josh and Reed’s rankings weren’t received in time, and Gordon will be away on personal business on Wednesday. So, Gordon is going solo this week. No points will be awarded.

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Gordon’s Score = 81

Any questions for Gordon? Drop him a line on Twitter: @gordonholmes

 1. Sierra: Sierra is stealing things and hiding them under the Ladies Couch?! Why aren’t we seeing this, CBS editors?! Also, why aren’t we seeing more of this Ladies Couch?! I feel our needs aren’t being served.  2. Carolyn: Think you’re gonna catch Mama C with an idol in her pocket? No, baby.
 3. Will: I was playing “Mortal Kombat X” online the other day, and the 13-year-old I was whooping up on unleashed a racist/homophobic rant unlike anything I’d ever heard before. Who knew Johnny Cage was capable of such hatred? The good thing is I never have to hear from that punk again. I don’t have to live with him on a scorching island for at least three more days. Anywho, Will is a dream final-three partner. There’s no way he can win this thing.   4. Mike: Depending on how the rest of the season plays out, Mike’s little letter stratagem might just rank up there with Erik giving up his necklace or James being sent home with two idols. However, he still has an idol in his possession and a six-person alliance can’t last forever.
 5. Tyler: Let’s not forget the role Tyler played in Will’s meltdown last week. We saw that he was the one who told Will that Mike and Co. were doubting his story about the snacks. Now he’s digging in Dan’s bag to learn the truth about his advantage. This (expletive deleted)-stirring strategy is certainly keeping the heat off of him.
 6. Rodney: So, I went back and looked at my preseason rankings, which were terrible as usual. But, one thing caught my eye, “I think the biggest misconception people have gotten from the pregame interviews is that Rodney is a jerk. I didn’t get that impression at all. He strikes me as more of a lovable Eddie Fox-type.” And for once, I wasn’t wrong. If he can get to the end, he could have enough votes to win it.
 7. Dan: Rob Cesternino made a great point that big moves should happen during odd-numbered votes. That way, the vote takes the smallest majority possible. What Dan’s little advantage does is turn every vote into a potential odd-numbered vote. Good for Dan. Bad for Dan? Tyler and Carolyn know how dangerous he is.
 8. Shirin: Was costing Will his letter from home good gameplay? Probably not. Was it hilarious? Totally. Now, she’s got to make Sierra and Dan see that they’re on the bottom of a six-person alliance.

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