Tuesday night's episode saw Andrew Torrens, probably the most hated contestant on 'Australian Survivor', get blindsided by his fellow tribe and sent home after 25 days on the Samoan island.
Andy's that annoying colleague who takes credit for your work and uses Reply All on every email #SurvivorAU— Christine (@TheDivineMrsO) September 13, 2016
This was the guy that said "I have a Ferrari in my brain and the rest are driving Hyundai XLs" -- so you can imagine everyone was pretty keen to see him go.
Exploiting people's social obligation to tolerate you and thinking you're a genius – the mediocre white man's specialty #survivorau— Jessica Alice (@jessica_alice_) September 13, 2016
Especially after he remained safe on Monday, when kaftan-wearing Kat was sent home.
Andy can't actually be real. He's like a Patrick Bateman knock-off you'd get at Aldi #SurvivorAU— Nick Bond (@bondnickbond) September 13, 2016
And the night before that, male model Rohan was booted after giving up his immunity idol and having his crew turn on him. But srsly, WHO WOULD GIVE UP THEIR OWN IMMUNITY? So silly.
So how did it all go down last night? Kate and Craig -- Torrens' original alliance -- had grown tired of the "puppet master" (self-described) and orchestrated a move to have him voted off -- convincing the rest of Vavau he was the weakest link.
Speaking to camera afterwards Torrens said, "I maybe got a little bit cocky, got a little bit arrogant and hungry with my power, and unfortunately that's why I'm sitting here tonight."
"And what better way to go out of Survivor than being blindsided," he said. Twitter obviously erupted with glee.
And that, my friends, concludes week four of Survivor Australia.
I guess Geppetto got BLINDSIDED by his puppets. That's gotta hurt! 😖#SurvivorAU— Jonathan LaPaglia (@JLa_Paglia) September 13, 2016