This was… wow. First order of business… anyone with an idol, who wants to play it, please step forward.

Mathasaurus! steps forward, waving his tiny arms in front of himself/her/itself. It’s a calculator displaying the numbers “80085”. This is, in fact, an immunity idol. Any votes of Mathasaurus! will not count.

Vote 1:

Oh wait, what’s this? Humberto, The Amazing Sandwich stands up too. He presents us with a Subway Club Card containing just 6 of the 8 necessary stamps. Which is awesome, because those don’t work anymore anyway. But that’s less important than the fact that this is, in fact, an immunity idol. Any votes against Humberto will not count.

Alright, onto those votes:

Vote 1: Humberto

Vote 2: Humberto, the Amazing Sandwich

Vote 3: Humberto, the Amazing Sandwich

Vote 4: Humberto — Everybody love’s a good sandwich, but an AMAZING sandwich? No such thing.

Vote 5: Humberto — Everybody love’s a good sandwich, but an AMAZING sandwich? No such thing.

Vote 6: Humberto

Vote 7: Humberto

Well… none of those votes count.

Vote 8: Donald

Vote 9: Gaspar

Vote 10: Donald

Vote 11: I vote for Honey Bunches of Donald. Not very sweet, for all that.

Vote 12: Donald

Vote 13: Donald

Vote 14: Now it’s time to say goodbye to all our company. D-O-N-A-L-D. Honey B-O-D.

Well… how about that. This time, Donald wasn’t able to work his delicious, breakfasty magic. And so we say goodbye to a player I consider to be one of the greats in these strategy games – especially after his earlier idol play. Indeed, it seems somewhat fitting that it was another idol play that sends Matthew “Honey Bunches Of Donald” Gilman home in the 17th elimination.

Next post coming before too long, Survivors. I think it might help you regroup a bit, if you feel the need for that.

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