The Murlonio tribe waits out the rain in their crowded shelter. Fortunately for the tribe, the shelter kept them dry.
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With four people at Redemption Island, Matt, Steve Mike and Ralph competed to stay in the game. The winner got to continue on for the right to get reinserted back in to the game.
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The remaining Murlonio tribe gathered around to read tree mail. The tribe was excited to hear from loved ones.
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Grant Mattos and Phillip Sheppard ready themselves before the immunity challenge. The immunity challenge proved very difficult for the depleted survivors.
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Knowing they'd have to vote out one of their own, the remaining Murlonio tribe members competed in a grueling immunity challenge.
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Boston Rob watches a special message from his loved ones with his remaining Murlonio tribemates. All of the tribe got to see a quick message before heading to a reward challenge.
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After the Phillip and Steve explosion, the remaining Zapateras discuss how they can get Phillip voted out. To their dismay, the ex-Ometepes didn't bite and Julie was sent home.
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Steve and Phillip continue their heated argument over how to properly store rice. The argument really escalated when Phillip interprets one of Steve's jabs as a racial slur.
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Angry over a perceived racial slur from Steve, Phillip continues to berate his enemy. The argument began over how to properly store the remaining rice.
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Phillip and Andrea attempt to separate the good rice from rice that has been spoiled. Phillip's ensuing request to borrow Zapatera's rice container led to a verbal spat between him and Steve.
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After an explosive argument at the Murlonio camp, host Jeff Probst plays mediator at tribal council. Phillip interpreted Steve calling him crazy as a racial slur.
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Ralph Kiser tends to the Murlonio fire during the 10th episode of Survivor: Redemption Island. With his tribe facing a numbers problem, Ralph had to rely on his man-sweater to stay in the game.
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