J.D. refers to Shan and Ricard as “vicious,” and is taken aback by their confessionals on “Survivor 41.”
On Survivor, you want to know all there is to know.
However, you never know what other people think of you. The cast, on the other hand, is currently watching the show and giving candid feedback. Jairus “J.D.” Robinson discussed how other people’s confessionals astonished him.
[Warning: Survivor Season 41 Episode 4 spoilers follow.]
Shan refers to herself as an assassin on Season 41 of Survivor. Spoilers: In Episode 4, who goes home? Who Else Is Attempting to Throw the Immunity Challenge? J.D. began with the Ua Tribe. It didn’t take long for Shantel “Shan” Smith and Ricard Foyé to notice that he was talking to everyone. He then made a concerted effort to persuade them to change their minds.
Shan and Ricard, on the other hand, discovered he had an advantage and didn’t inform them, and they began to use it against him. Shan requested and received permission to hold an extra vote at last week’s Tribal Council as a demonstration of trust.
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Shan accused J.D. of possibly betraying her in the fourth episode. She requested that his extra vote be kept in order to rebuild confidence at the next Tribal Council. He delivered it to her, and she voted for him to be kicked off the show.
“How about I keep the extra vote and vote J.D. out?” Shan confessed her feelings in her confessional. “Getting his extra vote for good would be a major step.” I may never have another opportunity like this, but J.D. has become like family to me. He’s like a younger sibling to me, and I adore him.
And while I don’t want to be a bad guy, I do want to be a killer.”
Shan and Ricard are dubbed “vicious” by J.D. for their confessionals. After Heather’s tragic loss, Jeff Probst explains why he’s still hosting. The Survivor cast is reliving the season with fans.
However, some of them are taken aback by what they witness. J.D. mentioned being taken aback by a few confessionals.
He told Parade, “I don’t want to throw shade at anybody; that’s the last thing I want to do.” “Then again, they all snubbed me in their confessionals, and I never said anything negative about anyone.” “But Shan and Ricard were playing so well from the top,” he said.
They were being a little naughty with us, using us as puppets.
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