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Brendan Synnott Voted Out of 'Survivor: Tocantins'

April 17, 2009 (6:34 am) GMT
The Brazil edition of 'Survivor' has eight castaways left with the departure of Brendan Synnott who lost in the immunity challenge.
Brendan Synnott Voted Out of 'Survivor: Tocantins'

Brendan Synnott has to turn back home from Brazil where he was voted out of the tribal of "" Tocantins edition. Four out of eight of his tribal mates chose him to leave, which is a close call to Sierra who received three.

"Brendan's the dragon, I'm the dragonslayer, this is going to be the biggest power move to date of this game, no question about it," Benjamin "Coach" Wade said after Brendan lost for the team in the Immunity Challenge. Coach also stated his next target, saying "Sierra is the bowel movements that comes out of the dragon."

Brendan had lost in the immunity challenge where each person has to go through several stages of physical challenge. The first course requires them to maneuver through a series of obstacles while tied with a long rope. The first three person to complete it will advance to the second course, which has more difficult obstacles. Tyson won the immunity for the second time in a row.

Brendan, afterward made a truce with some of his mates and built up union to vote off JT. But eventually in the Tribal Council, Debbie, Coach, Taj and Stephen all wrote his name.

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