|"Someone Got a Delayed Execution"|
|Season||Survivor: Côte d'Ivoire|
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Someone Got a Delayed Execution is the second episode of Survivor: Côte d’Ivoire.
Reward Challenge: 99 Bottles of Rum on the Wall
Every three turns, one tribe member will "sing" (actually type) the lines of "99 Bottles of Rum on the Wall" until there are "zero" bottles on the wall. Each of the three representatives may only edit their "bar" every three turns. First tribe to reach the zero line (or to have the longest lyrics before the deadline) wins reward.
Reward: To pick which member of the opposing tribes is going to which part of the next challenge and to send someone from the opposing tribe to the Idol Cave.
Immunity Challenge: Ivorian Triathlon
In this challenge there are three mini-challenge. The first is for two members of the tribe to design a tribal flag. The best designed flag wins. The second part is to determine which statement (of three) of the hosts is a lie. The tribe with the most correct lies wins. The third part are speed quizzes on fauna, geography, and Survivor. The person with the lowest score wins. The tribe that wins 2 out of three challenges wins.
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Still In The Running
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- This episode marks the first time a tribe went to Tribal Council after losing an Immunity Challenge, but did not lose a member.
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