‘Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X’ Results: Tribal Council Shocker Changes Game

Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X delivered an explosive episode this week, as chaos reigned once again in the Gen X tribe! This led to a tribal council where yet another castaway was completely blindsided by the end result. But who was the unlucky person sent home?

Well, before we get to that, it’s important to point out some of the other big developments of the night. Case in point, Adam found the hidden immunity idol at the Millennials camp, while also relaying a tearful story about his mother’s ongoing battle with lung cancer. It really felt like a winner’s edit in motion, but it’s pretty early in the season to tell, one way or the other. Hell, there were plenty of potentially winning moments tonight, from Michaela dropping her top to help the Millennials win the reward challenge, or the “slow and steady wins the race” approach to the puzzle at the immunity challenge that ended up sending the Gen X to their second consecutive tribal council.

Brett and Chris were on a rampage after their ally, Paul, was blindsided at last week’s tribal council. The power vacuum left in the wake of Paul’s elimination allowed Lucy to become the new de factor leader. In a way, her rule was a bit tyrannical, as she spoke down to several members of her tribe, particularly Ken at tribal council. Ken tried to mobilize an initiative to blindside Lucy, telling Jessica that her name was on the chopping block, and that the only way to ensure her safety would be to join himself, David and CeCe. But Jessica didn’t believe him, leaving David with only one choice to prove their loyalty to Jessica.

Who went home? Get the results below:

'Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X' Results: Tribal Council Shocker Changes Game

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Before the vote, David stands up and plays his idol for Jessica!

Jessica ends up receiving five votes, enough to have sent her home had David not played the idol.

Jessica’s sole vote for CeCe makes it close, but the two votes for Lucy are enough to send her packing.


I don’t know if it was the best move for overall tribe strength, but if you’ve watched Survivor any length of time at all, you could probably safely assume that a tribe swap is coming. And if not, well…Lucy’s attitude was likely going to be a problem sooner rather than later, as she seemed intent on being a dictator around camp. So I get the decision here. With that said, I do wonder what would have happened to the Legacy Advantage if Jessica had been sent home. Would it have been rehidden? We might still find out, if Jessica doesn’t get herself a better position in this game.

But what do you think of the vote? Do you think David made the right move? Sound off in the comments!

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