Some articles on hidden immunity idol, immunity, idol:
... tribe for a day, receiving a clue to the hidden immunity idol at the other tribe's camp ... managed to find his tribe's hidden immunity idol at his own camp and, after making alliances with virtually all of his tribe mates, amassed a huge amount ... had played his hidden immunity idol, but it was all for naught as Erik was eliminated ...
... A trip to a waterfall rock slide and a picnic lunch Immunity Challenge The castaways would have to toss a grappling hook to retrieve two bags with a wooden peg in ... While eating their picnic lunch, they received a clue to a new Hidden Immunity Idol ... remarkably found his second Hidden Immunity Idol without the help of a clue and informed Shambo ...
... Immunity Challenge The tribes would divide into three pairs ... that he thought the rest of Fang went through her bag and discovered the Hidden Immunity Idol, she gave him the idol for safekeeping ... At the Immunity Challenge, good teamwork by Kota during the flag pole assembly versus Ace trying to assemble Fang's flag alone allowed Kota to extend their winning streak to five challenges in a row ...
Famous quotes containing the words idol, hidden and/or immunity:
“Your mock saint who stands in a niche is not a woman if she have not suffered, still less a woman if she have not sinned. Fall at the feet of your idol as you wish, but drag her down to your level after thatthe only level she should ever reach, that of your heart.”
—Emmuska, Baroness Orczy (18651947)
“While it may not heighten our sympathy, wit widens our horizons by its flashes, revealing remote hidden affiliations and drawing laughter from far afield; humor, in contrast, strikes up fellow feeling, and though it does not leap so much across time and space, enriches our insight into the universal in familiar things, lending it a local habitation and a name.”
—Marie Collins Swabey. Comic Laughter, ch. 5, Yale University Press (1961)
“Mistakes, scandals, and failures no longer signal catastrophe. The crucial thing is that they be made credible, and that the public be made aware of the efforts being expended in that direction. The marketing immunity of governments is similar to that of the major brands of washing powder.”
—Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)