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Shocking tribal council occurs on "Survivor Philippines"

by Jocelyn Dimaculangan
Nov 23, 2008
After hiding the flint, Marlon put off the fire in the Chalam tribe in an effort to prevent his tribemates from voting him off. Will he suceed? Find out in the November 24 episode of Survivor Philippines.


Marlon Carmen resorts to blackmail to prevent his Chalam tribemates from voting him off Survivor Philippines. During the Tribal Council aired last Friday, host Paolo Bediones read Marlon's letter, which partly reads: "Tinago ko ang flint o ng pang-apoy. At bago pumunta ng Tribal Council, binuhusan ko at pinatay ko ang apoy sa island, sige iboto nyo ako..."


But that's just half of the story since the wily waiter promises to unleash another "nuclear bomb" should he continue with his dastardly plan. "Meron pa akong isang nakakatakot kung itutuloy ko...ako lang ang nakakaalam. Itong larong ito, napaka-brutal, e."

What is his secret weapon? Marlon declares: "It's for you guys to know and for me to find out."

Shock and disgust registered on the faces of the castaways and on this note, viewers are left at the edge of their seats since the voting will be aired tomorrow, November 24.

The castaways have been on the island of Koh Tarutao, Thailand for 29 days and it all started with fun and games for the stranded Pinoys. The seven castaways played tag in the rain and had fun with each other.

Afterwards, Marlon cooked "Jarakay rice" or rice cooked inside bamboo segments. He also wanted to cook "Jarakay soup" and just as he was about to add more salt water to the pot, Cris Cartagenas pushed Marlon's hand away, saying it would make the dish too salty. Zita Ortiga and Cris felt that Marlon was deliberately ruining the food of everyone else. "Huwag mong idaan sa pagkain natin kapag nakakaramdam ka na maaalis ka na mamamaya," Cris said.

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The two argued and pointed out the flaws of each other. Finally, Rob Sy stepped in and calmed them both down.

Despite these actions, Marlon insists that the actions that he has been doing in the island is all part of the game. "Malayong-malayo sa totoong pagkatao ko ang mga pinakita ko sa larong ito.. Naging jolly ako, naging bad boy tapos ngayon naging emo na ako... I just want them to know that this is just a game."

How far will Marlon take this game? Will he allow the Chalam tribe members to go hungry? Who will be the next person voted off the island? Find out in the November 24 episode of Survivor Philippines. This GMA-7 reality show airs weeknights after La Lola.

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After hiding the flint, Marlon put off the fire in the Chalam tribe in an effort to prevent his tribemates from voting him off. Will he suceed? Find out in the November 24 episode of Survivor Philippines.
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