Some articles on hidden immunity idol, immunity, idol:
... also choose a member of their tribe to observe the other 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 of influence among ... had played his hidden immunity idol, but it was all for naught as Erik was eliminated ...
... Reward 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 each bag ... 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 ... told Sugar 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 ...
Famous quotes containing the words idol, hidden and/or immunity:
“Its idea of production value is spending a million dollars dressing up a story that any good writer would throw away. Its vision of the rewarding movie is a vehicle for some glamour-puss with two expressions and eighteen changes of costume, or for some male idol of the muddled millions with a permanent hangover, six worn-out acting tricks, the build of a lifeguard, and the mentality of a chicken-strangler.”
—Raymond Chandler (18881959)
“Opinions are to the vast apparatus of social existence what oil is to machines: one does not go up to a turbine and pour machine oil over it; one applies a little to hidden spindles and joints that one has to know.”
—Walter Benjamin (18921940)
“There is immunity in reading, immunity in formal society, in office routine, in the company of old friends and in the giving of officious help to strangers, but there is no sanctuary in one bed from the memory of another. The past with its anguish will break through every defence-line of custom and habit; we must sleep and therefore we must dream.”
—Cyril Connolly (19031974)