On tonight's "Survivor 24: One World" 37 year old sushi chef Jonas Otsuji
became the seventh castaway voted off the show. The episode
began with the newly merged tribe returning from tribal council and enjoying the merge feast. The next day, Tarzan approached the guys in the hopes of reforming the men's alliance, but Troyzan, Jay and Michael wanted none of it. The castaways then competed in the Reward Challenge, where they were randomly split into two teams and took part in an obstacle course. Four members of each team had to dig themselves underneath a log in the sand and then crawl under a
wooden rack. They then had to dig up a bag of puzzle pieces and race back through the obstacle course, where two other team members used those pieces to
assemble a puzzle. The teams went back and forth with the lead until the puzzle portion, when Christina and Troyzan pulled out the win for their team. The six winners were awarded pizza, beer and a secret note to be read later. After the team enjoyed their reward Alicia read the note, which revealed that there was a new immunity idol hidden on their beach. The six castaways agreed to keep the news between themselves. Back at camp, Jonas and Tarzan got into a heated argument over Tarzan approaching Michael about reforming the men's alliance. Early the next day, Troyzan went searching for the hidden immunity idol and ended up finding it in a tree. Later, the castaways competed in the first individual Immunity Challenge, which consisted of standing on a small platform while balancing three balls on a wooden disc. One by one the castaways dropped their balls until only Kat and Troyzan remained. In the end, Troyzan took the win and was awarded the immunity necklace. At camp, the post-switch Salani tribe debated whether to vote out Tarzan or Jonas. At tribal council, Jonas and Tarzan got into another spat, causing Tarzan to state that he was voting out Jonas. The former Salani members did the same thing and voted out Jonas, sending him home 10-2 and making him the first member of the jury. Now, eleven castaways remain!