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Who Is Next To Go?
« on: March 23, 2005, 04:36:22 PM »
Who Is Next To Go?

NEW YORK, March 23, 2005


 
Palau's weather too merciless for Janu?  (Photo: CBS)


 
 (CBS) Will this be the day Ulong beats Koror?

Anything can happen at "Survivor: Palau," as it was clearly seen on Episode 5. And Yes. Ulong lost Angie Jakusz, and is left with just Stephanie LaGrossa to save the day. But that is no reason to give up hope.

Already there have been signs of discontent at Koror. Caryn Groedel has complained to the cameras about the power that Super "Survivor" Tom Weston has on the tribe. Greg Carey has already started to plot behind the fireman's back. And Las Vegas showgirl Janu Tornell looks skinny and too miserable under Palau's weather conditions.

Perhaps this is as good a time as any for someone to mess up a challenge at Koror and for feelings that have been kept inside to come out. All they need is a little bit of pressure and their true characters will be revealed. And that is something that Mother Nature, lack of privacy and hard challenges can provide.

Or who knows? This could be the time when the two tribes merge and strong contestants Fireman Tom Weston and dolphin boy Ian Rosenberger find their heads on the chopping block.

To find out for sure what happens, tune in to "Survivor: Palau" tonight, Wednesday, at 8 p.m. ET/PT. And Thursday morning, tune in The Early Show, as the castoff tell us what went wrong.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/03/23/earlyshow/series/survivor/main682534.shtml


 

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