Little recap : ready to everything to show to his teammates (The Reds) that he was indispensable, Joseph has spent 3 days trying to make a fire, leaves to be unpleasant with the other adventurers. Problem, when he learned that he could eventually be eliminated, the candidate had the “right” idea to throw water on the fire that he was finally coming to light in order to annoy this little world. Worse, before leaving, he has also hidden all the bamboo needed to create a new fire.
A behaviour unprecedented in the show, but Joseph assumes perfectly today. Interviewed by Tele-Loisirs on the reason that drove him to extinguish this fire, the ex-adventurer said : “When I knew I was going to be eliminated, and that I had the formal education, I wanted to be removed by my choice and not theirs ! It is me who decides to leave. (…) I give them a reason to eliminate me. I had done enough good deeds. I do not permit it to eliminate me without a valid reason.“
It is necessary to say that Joseph seems to have kept a bad memory of his team-mates on the island. The micro Purepeople this time, he also confided that his cowardice had not been slow to make a place : “The first day, I wanted to make the fire for the team, but on the second day, they begin to have suspicion on the fact that I am a liar ! It began to speak. I have received spades very violent, I have in mind that I can not even quote, but it really touched me.“
Adventurers not affected by the game
According to him, if it is not necessarily the camera, many of the participants would not be honest or concerned by the adventure. With Tv-Entertainment, he was reminded of how relentless : “The other, from the first hours, they had already been heads of the turks. (…) I was not come to talk about rags, or for me to bathe, or to go watch the fish with the glasses. (…) I came to be good on the camp and on the tests. I had a goal, it was to make the fire, and after I’d taken the time to tell them if their tan they were going to or not !“
It is then not surprising to learn that since his removal, Joseph has not kept any contact with them. “Honestly, I don’t care completely. I don’t know, I’ve spent 70 hours with them… I am not in contact with them and I don’t care” he said to Purepeople.
Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Bobr Times, Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my firstname.lastname@example.org 1-800-268-7116