Exited for Australian Survivor Season 9 Episode 20? Because we’ve arrived at what could be the game’s most pivotal moment. These mid-merge votes are the last chance for people who aren’t part of the alliance to rebuild the pyramid with themselves at the top. Alternatively, individuals in positions of authority might use it to tighten their hold. It’s here that games can be won or lost on a dime.
We’ve been spoiled with some unusual and entertaining merge stretches in the US series recently. So far, the Australian Survivor merge has been a disappointment, especially given the pain of watching an alliance paging its way through the outsiders.
The cast’s evident reluctance to play their own games just adds to the problem. At the end of this episode, we’re down to eight people, but it appears that many in the majority alliance are still trying to use the Tribal strategy! However, things appear to be improving! The castaways are progressively figuring out their true place in the game and beginning to take matters into their own hands as we draw closer and closer to the impending cannibalization of the majority Old Saanapu alliance. Jennah-Louise said it up best when she concluded Tribal Council with an urgent directive to Fia Fia.
Australian Survivor Season 9 Episode 19 Recap: She Was Like A Mouse
Before we start talking about Australian Survivor Season 9 Episode 20, lets first quickly go through what happened in the previous episode. Louise was unmistakably the Night of Jennah-Louise in Episode 19. Around the time of the tribe exchange, we saw hints of her ability as a game player and strategist, but after Saanapu started winning, she swiftly disappeared into the background. But she’s back, and she’s more motivated than ever to give it her all.
Her initial pitches to the perceived outsiders are specifically tailored to her intended audience, with the primary goal of determining whether she can gather enough troops for a coup d’état. She approaches Kristie but an impassioned proposal that they make a move in the laid-back style that suits the self-proclaimed “floater.” “Are you willing to take a chance with me?” she asks directly of Sam. “How about that local sports team?” it’s almost like a small passing conversation. Most impressively, she approaches Matt by framing their conversation on his game rather than her own.
Her clandestine attempts to splinter the power alliance are also clear in her talk with Flick after their team fails the Reward Challenge. As she’s sandwiched between the pairs’ pillow conversation each night, Flick makes a throwaway remark about Brooke and Sam’s and Lee and El’s closeness. JL asks if the dynamic bothers her and openly connects the scenario to Flick’s strategic game without skipping a beat. Although the conversation’s content is direct, JL’s attitude to the subject is extremely low-key.
Brooke’s judgment that JL entered the game “like a mouse” — quiet, non-threatening, and undervalued – is spot on. JL has continued to use her non-threatening demeanor and demeanor to go unnoticed, purposefully leveraging this perception of her to soften her attempts to change the game. Her tribe, on the other hand, rapidly realizes they’ve forgotten about her.
The core majority recognized her as a schemer and a threat as Matt “dobbed” on her attempts to rally the troops. JL, on the other hand, recognizes that the tables have turned and puts her “mongrel on” in the task, clinching a clinching victory in the block-balancing competition to save herself from a definite torch-snuffing. Back-to-back challenge victories, of course, do not exempt you from the aim. Jennah-Louise was able to rescue herself for one night, but her future prospects aren’t promising. Nonetheless, there’s always the possibility that her tribemates would realize the importance of her work and desire to collaborate with her. There’s still time, but it’s getting closer to the end.
Australian Survivor Season 9 Episode 20 Release Date
Australian Survivor Season 9 Episode 20 was released on 21 March 2022, at 9:30 on Network Ten. Every episode has a 60-minute run length and airs from Sunday to Tuesday. The prize challenge and the immunity challenge were featured in this show, including videos from days 10 and twelve.
Season 9 will come to an end with this episode. There is currently no information on whether or not the weather show will be renewed. However, given the show’s popularity, it will almost certainly be renewed, and season 10 will most likely premiere at the beginning of next year with a new title and theme.
Australian Survivor Season 9 Episode 20 Release Time & Where to Watch
Episode 20 of Australian Survivor Season 9 will be aired at 7:30 pm AEST on Network Ten Live. Additionally, Netflix, Ten Play, Binge, and Hayu have all seasons of Australian Survivor available to view. Google Play also offers it. You can also watch Australian Survivor on Amazon Prime Video’s Paramount+ add-on if you live in the United States.