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Survivor Philippines Season 25 Episode 11 Live Recap 11/28/12

Survivor Philippines Season 25 Episode 11 Live Recap 11/28/12Survivor Philippines airs on CBS with a whole new episode called “Hell Hath Frozen Over.” On tonight’s episode castaways exhaust their funds on tasty rewards while one generous castaway makes two bids for his tribemates during the hearty food auction. If you missed last week’s episode we have a full and detailed recap for you here!

On last week’s show castaways competed for a luxurious spa getaway and tempers flared when one castaway returned with a full belly and a bitter attitude. At Tribal Council, Malcolm was a little worried that his name was getting thrown around, but he hoped that his alliance would keep him there. Abi-Maria blamed English not being her first language for her being rude to everyone all the time, Denise was shocked and the rest of the tribe was laughing at her. Denise and Abi-Maria got into a fight. Abi-Maria was crying and told Jeff that she is not going to stop fighting. Abi-Maria decided to use her immunity idol, all votes for her didn’t count. There were two votes for Malcom and three votes for Pete. Pete was the eleventh person voted out of Survivor.

On tonight’s show Abi is in trouble, no surprise after last week’s tribal council, will she be able to find a way out? Castaways exhaust their funds on tasty rewards while one generous castaway makes two bids for his tribemates during the hearty food auction.

Tonight’s episode is going to be filled with the usual drama, which you won’t want to miss. So be sure to tune in for our live coverage of CBS’s Survivor Philippines – tonight at 8PM EST!

SURVIVOR: PHILIPPINES SEASON 25 EPISODE 11 LIVE RECAP HERE!


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