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Survivor 46 deleted scene reveals fishing accident, Tevin losing Soda’s shoes

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Tevin Davis from the Survivor 46 cast. Pic credit: Robert Voets/CBS

A Survivor 46 deleted scene has revealed several castaways getting banged up on a fishing trip.

But a big takeaway from this new clip is that Tevin Davis knows how to play the interpersonal game of Survivor well.

He turned a situation where Soda Thompson could have been upset with him into a bonding experience.

Maybe if the latest episode had been two hours long, we would have seen this footage on TV, but at least CBS released it online.

In this particular deleted scene, the Nami Tribe is returning after winning another Immunity Challenge. It afforded them safety and the reward of some nice fishing gear.

With the tools in hand to possibly catch some fish, Tevin, Randen Montalvo, and Hunter McKnight took the boat out into some rough water.

A fruitless and shoeless fishing trip for the Nami Tribe

As Soda points out in the video below, the men of the Nami Tribe decided to take the fishing boat out during low tide. The rough waters caused Tevin and Randen to fall over (as Tevin described it) and the boat to flip over.

“Now my leg all tore up because the coral done scraped me up,” Tevin told the camera.

Hunter’s hand and shin also appeared to be cut up pretty badly by the coral.

Is this where Randen suffered the injury that caused him to leave the game? It seems possible. He said he woke up the following morning with a numb hand.

After getting battered by the sea, Tevin went to chat with Soda about losing her shoes. She cared more about him being all right than anything else.

Below is that full deleted scene from Survivor 46.

More from Survivor 46

Randen from Nami had to be medically evaluated during the latest episode. The medical team had thought Randen could continue playing, but they later changed their minds and pulled him from the game.

At the end of the episode, Randen spoke about doing better in a quick clip he recorded for the show. But Randen shared that he had a long recovery in a new interview.

In her exit interview, Jess Chong called her Survivor experience torture. She didn’t enjoy her experience in Fiji and spoke about not wanting to even think about her time on the show.

In a separate interview, the first person sent home from the season had a different side of the story to tell. Jelinsky claimed it wasn’t his idea to quit the Sweat Challenge.

Previous episodes of Survivor 46 are available for streaming on Paramount+.

Survivor 46 airs Wednesday at 8/7c on CBS.

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