Castaway from 'Survivor' Tocantins edition is bus driver Sandy Burgin who got 5-1-1 favor to leave the tribe.
Timbira and Jalapao are now equal in the number of members after bus driver Sandy was voted out of "Survivor", Tocantins edition, on Thursday, March 5 episode. She got four out of the 6 votes from her tribe, the other two being Sidney and Joe. "I stayed around a lot longer than I thought I was going to," Sandy said after the elimination. "I'm real proud of myself."
The ninth day was basically an episode focused on Sandy's annoying trait and Sydney's flirtatious strategy. When the Jalapao team won in the The Strongest Man Alive challenge through J.T., they get to raid Timbira's camp but out of fear that they will merge or shuffled in the future, the men only took one of the beans sacks and a water can. Sandy thought it was a stupid idea.
Sandy was also in altercation with Sidney who obviously used her charm in getting J.T. And Joe's royalty. She would admit later on to have flirted with the castaways, including the female ones. In the tribe council, Sidney openly declared to Sandy "It's just your time to go."
Next week, the cross alliance will continue and Tyson finds out about it. He tells Coach and Debbie that Brendan is secretly building relationship with the opposite tribe. Meanwhile, Taj is acting out, and it may cost her existence in the game.
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