Posted by ghutton9 on 3/18/2013 11:08:00 PM (view original):
Posted by da_goat on 3/18/2013 10:48:00 PM (view original):Nice. I agree. That rule never made sense to me. You would figure that's a pretty tough Idol to get and should be able to be held on to so that it could at least be used. We kept it in though out of respect to the original rules.
Posted by horvie78 on 3/18/2013 8:42:00 PM (view original):So you already posted results?
2 votes for phillyboy107
2 votes for caesari
3 votes for jbeninte
In addition, jbeninte voted for himself...which is against the rules, but it doesn't matter because he had the most votes anyway.
jbeninte has been eliminated from Survivor XII. Since he is not interested in playing anymore, he will not go to redemption island.
Under Armour Tribe
2 votes for psap
4 votes for csudak
ahrens did not vote...he officially receives his first warning...anymore missed votes will result in disqualification!
csudak has been voted out of Under Armour and will head to redemption island.
What about someone playing an idol, don't they have until 11pm?
I was going to play the Idol of Little Taliwack, courtesy of polabonehead......lol! Actually, I figure that it won't save me......BUT since I cannot save this one for future tribals, I do wish to play the GD National Championship Idol (Miami in Hayes). I hate the rule that you cannot save this idol.....it should trump any idol and be used when you want to.....just my 2 cents.
When the rule was written, there were no hidden immunity idols. The television show didn't invent the concept of hidden immunity idols until after we were already four GD Survivors in, FYI.
So, none of the idols carried over at that point. Hidden Immunity Idols trumped that.
The second logic, as to why it stayed that way, is that being good at GD is not necessarily the same as being good at GD Survivor. It was always seen as an extra perk rather than the main idol.