MasterChef Australia – The Survivor Tactics Finally Emerge In The Game
Now every week judge Gary Mehigan tells the MasterChef Australia contestant’s on the Thursday to vote for the person on the team who was the weakest in the challenge. Hands up who thought Sandra was? I certainly didn’t.
I knew the Survivor tactics would emerge at some stage, and quite frankly I am surprised that it has taken six weeks. But I thought they would use the peer vote to get the strong contenders out. Sandra was not the weakest at the catering challenge, yes she made to much meat, but at least she had 150 empanadas, unlike Poh and Andre’.
This elimination was based on other factors. At one stage I thought possibly Sandra may have asked to leave but I don’t think because Poh said to the housemates after the elimination “You will be surprised to know she handled it really well. ” Was Sandra the household drama queen?
Geni’s excuse was weak, “I think you should be with your family”. Personally I think it is Sandra’s decision not yours.
Poh said she voted for Sandra as she helped the least with the other people’s dishes. Was she meant to help with their stuff ups? It should have definitely been Poh’s or Andre’s head on the chopping block tonight, and if I was Sandra I would be feeling slightly bitter and twisted.
What disappointed me was they showed none of the footage on who manipulated the votes for Sandra.
Also thought it was hilarious that after Andre’ had cast a vote for Sandra, he looked offended when Sandra voted for him and told him he had put them behind on their food service.
Finally Justine appears to have gotten over Lucas’s departure. She said “I am so glad we are the top seven.” Honey do the maths Julia and Lucas make it a top nine!