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Heading into the 3rd episode of “Survivor 44,” the Soka people was still sitting quite at 6 members, while Ratu was at 5 (after voting out Maddy Pomilla) and Tika was at 4 (after losing both Bruce Perreault and Helen Li). Gold Derby’s chances anticipated that Kane Fritzler of the Ratu people would be the next individual to have his torch snuffed by Jeff Probst, however did our forecasts become a reality on Wednesday night?

Below, read our minute-by-minute “Survivor 44” Episode 3 recap/live blog site of “Sneaky Little Snake” to learn what took place Wednesday, March 15, 2023 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT. Then make certain to sound off in the remarks area about your preferred castaways on CBS’s reality television program, who frustrates you the most and who you believe will eventually sign up with the “Survivor” winners list and take home the $1 million grand reward.

Here are the existing “Survivor 44” people breakdowns (click each name to be given their private profiles):

RATU PEOPLE: Brandon Cottom, Kane Fritzler, Matthew Grinstead-Mayle, Lauren Harpe, Jaime Lynn Ruiz

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SOKA PEOPLE: Matt Blankinship, Heidi Lagares-Greenblatt, Frannie Marin, Danny Massa, Claire Rafson, Josh Wilder

TIKA PEOPLE: Yamil “Yam Yam” Arocho, Carson Garrett, Sarah Wade, Carolyn Wiger

Keep refreshing/reloading this “Survivor 44” live blog site for the most current updates.

8:00 p.m. – “Previously on ‘Survivor’!” In the 2nd episode, the Soka showmance in between Matt and Frannie warmed up, regardless of Claire’s inconvenience. Ratu and Soka won the combined reward/immunity difficulty, sending out Tika to their very first tribal council. Carson appeared to be in the middle of 2 sets (Helen and Sarah on one side, Carolyn and Yam Yam on the other side), and he eventually made his option when he voted out Helen. Just 15 gamers stay on the island. Who will be voted out tonight?

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8:01 p.m. – After voting out Helen, the Tika people went back to camp with Carson elated and relieved to have actually managed his very first blindside in the video game. He called it “tapping into his chaotic side,” however understood that he needed to smooth things over with Sarah. That was “all nice” for Sarah, however she didn’t think it, understanding that she’s the someone on the exterior of the 3 others that are plainly collaborating. She went on to independently call out Carson as “the most dangerous person” in the video game since of just how much everybody, including herself, trusts him.

8:03 p.m. – Life at Ratu was more unwinded for a people that got a spirits increase from winning the last difficulty. Kane was renewed after being the odd-man out of their Tribal Council and Brandon had actually settled into the supplier function for the people with their brand-new fishing equipment.

8:05 p.m. – At Soka, Matt and Frannie were continuing to separate themselves from the other 4 gamers since of their social collaboration. Claire still saw this as a “huge liability” and Danny saw it as a chance to keep all attention far from him. He discovered their birdcage idol already and required to perform a strategy to put the dummy idol that occurred with it into play for another person to discover. After effectively getting the phony idol back into the cage, Danny re-hid the secret to the cage so that another person might discover it and declare the phony idol.

8:11 p.m. – When the Soka people returned to searching for the secret, they did so as a group. Danny was searching in the area of Matt when Matt discovered the type in the location that Danny concealed it. Matt did his finest to camouflage that he was putting the secret into his pocket, however Danny understood that he discovered it. Later, Danny increased to Matt in front of Josh and informed him he saw him put something in his pocket, however Matt rejected it. Privately later, Matt confessed to Danny what he discovered and after that independently divulged to Josh that he had actually undoubtedly discovered it. Naturally, he likewise informed Frannie about it, and she was dissatisfied to learn that Matt had likewise let Josh and Danny understand about it, calling them “the worst people” to understand about it. Wanting to keep Heidi near him, Danny informed her that Matt discovered the idol. Still, Danny was the only one that understood Matt’s idol was phony, while the others thought about that it altered the outlook on how susceptible Matt would eventually be.

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8:15 p.m. – Back at Ratu, Jaime was impressing everybody with her desire to take in earthworms for the protein and after that encouraging others to do it also. During a worm hunt with Matthew near the water well, Jaime found a package that include a small beaded immunity idol! At least she thought that’s what it was, but in a flashback we were told by Matthew that he actually found the real idol elsewhere and during the night fashioned a fake idol, wrapped it with the real note and hid it in the exact spot that Jaime found it. That means there are now three real idols out there (Carolyn, Danny and Matthew) and two fully-believed fake idols (Matt and Jaime). Sarah still has the Inheritance Advantage in her possession and Lauren has a vote banked for future use.

8:23 p.m. – For the next challenge, the three tribes competed in a water-to-beach obstacle course ending in a block puzzle. Once again, Soka decided to sit Claire out for the third time in a row (in addition to Heidi) and Ratu had Lauren sit out. The first tribe to finish the challenge would win a tool set and large basket of fruit while the second tribe would win a smaller tool set and smaller basket of fruit. The tribe that does not finish loses their flint and goes to Tribal Council to vote the next player out of the game.

8:27 p.m. – Ratu got out to an early lead in the water portion of the challenge followed by Soka next with Tika quickly falling behind. Eventually all three tribes were equalized at the puzzle. Kane and Matthew were working on the puzzle for Ratu and became the first tribe to complete it correctly, well ahead of the other two tribes. At this point, Soka had none of their four blocks stacked while Tika had two of their four stacked. Both tribes decided to send members over to the completed Ratu puzzle in order to “copy cat” the correct answer in their own stack. Yam Yam and Carson were quicker at doing this for Tika than Matt and Frannie were for Soka, earning the second immunity and protecting their tribe of four from voting someone out.

8:38 p.m. – Danny and Josh discussed splitting the votes between Claire (their target) and Matt (a decoy) in the interest of keeping their tribe strong. That plan was communicated to Heidi and Frannie as well. Josh did not necessarily want to vote Claire out, but he also didn’t want to rock the boat so decided to just go in the direction of everybody else. Frannie was not keen to send Claire home, so she began a campaign to sway Claire away from Matt and toward Josh instead. Her argument was that Josh couldn’t be as trusted as Matt. To get Claire on side, Matt and Frannie told Claire that Josh and Danny were targeting Claire. The three of them knew that Matt couldn’t vote so in order to get Josh out they’d need Heidi to vote with them as well.

8:41 p.m. – Claire was the one to go to Heidi with the plan, however Heidi was very clear with Claire that she wasn’t sure which direction she’d go. Because Heidi was dodging, Claire knew that she might need to play her Shot in the Dark at Tribal Council. Feeling like Danny is her number one, Heidi didn’t want to make a decision without being on the same page as her. She admitted that her strategic relationship with Josh is “not that great,” but she was concerned that they’d miss out on Josh’s challenge strength compared to Claire who has yet to compete.

8:50 p.m. – At Tribal Council, the topic of tribe strength came up and Claire got defensive over the claim that strength in challenges matters when her decision to sit out all of their challenges was in the best interest of the tribe overall. She insisted that she’d be able to step up to the plate once given the opportunity to compete in future challenges. She asked openly, “What is tribe strength other than trusting each other and working together?” Though she “agreed 100%” with what Claire said, Heidi later looked Claire in the eye and informed her that her mind did not change from what they spoke together about earlier. We knew that was a sign to Claire that she might indeed need to play her Shot in the Dark tonight.

8:57 p.m. – When it came time for Jeff to read the votes, Claire revealed that she opted in to her Shot in the Dark. The scroll she chose said “Not Safe,” so all votes cast for Claire still counted. Jeff read the votes: Claire, Claire, Claire. Without her vote and without Matt’s first of two sacrificed votes, Claire was voted out unanimously 4-0.

NEXT TIME: Sarah continues to turn Soka’s sights toward voting Josh out and Jeff warns the players of something that could “change the game.”

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