, there are worse ways to go out than with a big juicy kiss from your hot island fling. caught up with Candice Woodcock the day after her ouster to find out if her smooch from Adam was sexy or skanky — after all, they been on the island 30 days without toothbrushes! Candice: The Aitu people, I did betray them — we were friends and still are friends — but it was a game. TVGuide.com: Yeah, they never send Jonathan to Exile, though he mutinied as well.
Both teams had to select a leader, with Korror choosing Todd, and Galu electing Ethan.
TVGuide.com: I was actually pretty impressed that you got up the nerve to let it all out in last night's episode, to tell the Aitu alliance and Jonathan what was up. And maybe I can stir up enough trouble to deflect a few votes and maybe, I don't know, bring somebody else down with me. They wanted to keep me away from that tribe, so I wouldn't be able to strategize with them. Becky actually cut up a few coconuts to give to me at the immunity challenge, because she felt really bad and knew I didn't get anything to eat.
Candice Woodcock: Well, you know, I generally can control myself when I'm upset. But at that point, I had done everything I could do to rationally talk to people and try to see if I could change the way things looked like they were going, and basically everybody told me, "No." TVGuide.com: Did you think there was any chance that maybe you had swayed Yul's mind? TVGuide.com: Do you think that they made a bad decision? TVGuide.com: OK, but sending you into exile after the tribes merged was just a little mean. But it was a game, and I understood that, and they understood it was a game and that I mutinied not to be mean. TVGuide.com: So, any regrets about mutinying and not waiting until a merge?
If you actually watch the episode, I kind of turn around and look them straight in the eye like, "Let's go," but she didn't, and I'm like, "Oh crap! He was with me from day one; he did turn his back on me, but I did the same thing to Aitu.
" And then Jonathan steps off, and I'm like, "Ohhh, wow, this is going to be fun," because I just knew the personalities at Raro were going to clash with Jonathan because he's a strong personality. Any chance you and Jonathan will get along outside of this game? I understood that Jonathan was put in a tough spot, and he made the best decision that he thought he could make with the information that he had, and I can't blame him for that.