A SEALED MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE LEADS ONE TRIBE TO AN UNEXPECTED TWIST, ON "SURVIVOR: COOK ISLANDS," THURSDAY, NOV. 16
"People That You Like Want To See You Suffer" -- A sealed message in a bottle leads one tribe to an unexpected twist, on SURVIVOR: COOK ISLANDS, Thursday, Nov. 16 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network.
An obvious flirtation between Adam and Candice is beginning to concern some of their tribe mates. Jonathan hopes that his efforts to provide for his new tribe will protect him from elimination despite being low on the totem pole of the Raro tribe. A festive prize is up for grabs at the Reward Challenge. Will one tribe�s bickering and inability to work together cost them the reward? Emotions run high as one survivor is betrayed by friends and unanimously banished to Exile Island. After losing the Immunity Challenge, the defeated tribe is handed a sealed bottle containing a message that will be read at Tribal Council after they have sent someone home. What is the message and how will it change the course of the game?
J.P. Calderon (4th Voted Off), Cristina Coria (7th Voted Off), Billy Garcia (2nd Voted Off), Ozzy Lusth, Cecilia Mansilla (3rd Voted Off)
Rebecca Borman, Sekou Bunch (1st Voted Off), Stephannie Favor (5th Voted Off), Nathan Gonzales, Sundra Oakley
Cao Boi Bui (6th Voted Off), Jenny Guzon-Bae, Yul Kwon, Becky Lee, Brad Virata (9th Voted Off)
Adam Gentry, Jonathan Penner, Parvati Shallow, Jessica Smith (8th Voted Off), Candice Woodcock
SURVIVOR: COOK ISLANDS is hosted by Jeff Probst and produced by SEG, Inc. Mark Burnett and Tom Shelly are the executive producers. Doug McCallie and Kevin Greene are co-executive producers.
For more detailed information on SURVIVOR: COOK ISLANDS and the 20 castaways, log on to www.cbs.com/survivor. For more information on the Cook Islands, log on to www.cook-islands.com.
RATING: To Be Announced