(CBS)The soap opera that is the women's team on "Survivor: One World" just keeps on churning out drama while losing challenges.
In what - after just two episodes - is becoming a regular occurrence, the women lost all the challenges Wednesday night and ended up ousting another member at Tribal Council. (SPOLER ALERT).
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Nina Acosta, the 51-year-old retired LAPD cop, was voted out, but she fought valiantly to keep her spot on a tribe dominated by younger members. She targeted one of them - Kat, clearly the ditziest - and tried to get other teammates behind her an effort to oust the Florida time-share rep because of her failures at the immunity challenge.
Kat apparently did not understand the rules and - not once, but twice - jumped into the water, which was considered a punishment for rule breakers, when she had done nothing wrong.
Even Kat bemoaned her failures, saying at tribal council that she has let down her team. Most of her tribemates apparently forgave her as the ouster of Nina was not even close.
In her final statement, Nina predicted that the squabbling women would end up being "picked off" by the men's tribe.
We didn't get to see much of the men's tribe
this week, with all the drama on the women's side. Alicia, the special ed teacher, 부천출장만남
continues to take a leading role and show her spiteful side. Perhaps channeling Susan Hawk from the very first game of "Survivor," Alicia said if she saw Christina drowning in the ocean, she "probably would look the other way."
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