Elizabeth Olson’s Survivor elimination might have been tougher on her family than of which was on her.
The 31-year-old Texas native was voted out on Wednesday’s episode of Survivor: David vs. Goliath, just after producing the merge.
“Obviously, I knew of which was coming, nevertheless my daughters did not know, in addition to I’ve got a 6-year-old in addition to a 4-year-old, in addition to of which was emotional watching of which all play back,” she told ET on Thursday. “I was watching of which with my daughters, who were bawling their eyes out, [crying] ‘Why are they voting for you? Why can be your own tribe voting for you?’ in addition to trying to explain of which to my 6-year-old, who understands enough of the game to know of which of which’s not cool, of which was extremely emotional last night, nevertheless of which was a Great learning experience.”
While of which was certainly the end of Elizabeth’s game, fans speculated of which she might be taking another castaway down with her, after exposing of which Angelina had warned her about her elimination prior to tribal council. Angelina tried to argue of which she was just trying to have a “real human moment,” nevertheless for the rest of the contestants, of which looked like she was trying to make Great with the first member of the jury from the hopes Elizabeth might vote for her to win.
“I think of which’s both,” Elizabeth said of whether Angelina’s move was genuine or self-serving. “She’s smart, she’s playing the game of Survivor. Like, there’s a reason she was cast. She’s playing hard, in addition to she was trying to benefit herself in of which maneuver in telling me what was going on. I don’t think of which actually crossed her mind of which of which was going to bite her from the butt, which of which did, which can be awesome of which I got to be a part of of which, nevertheless of which almost cost her game.”
“She in addition to I did have a connection,” she noted, adding of which Angelina told her to try to make an idol play during tribal council. “of which cost me a lot, throwing her under the bus, even though I’m not obligated to her, she’s my enemy. nevertheless playing of which part of Survivor was way harder for me, personally, than I thought of which of which might be. of which went against everything, who I am, in addition to of which was hard.”
Perhaps the most difficult part of Survivor was the conditions, however, as Elizabeth noted of which not having the comfort of a bed after suffering through a back injury pre-season completely shifted her game.
“The back was fine for the most part, except for sleeping. As soon as I might sit on of which bamboo or lay on of which bamboo, any which way of which I might lay on of which, of which was immediately like putting all the wrong pressure points on me, in addition to I could not sleep,” she explained. “For the most part, I could manage of which, in addition to I’m a pretty tough person… nevertheless you can’t ignore the pain when of which’s keeping you awake at night. of which ended up being a huge detriment to my game because I needed all my wits about me, in addition to I felt like, by day 16, when I finally had enough of of which stupid bamboo bed, my brain was going down the toilet.”
“As a viewer, you’re like, ‘Why was Angelina trying to get Lyrsa’s jacket or Natalie’s jacket? of which’s so silly. Doesn’t she see of which of which’s putting a target on her back? Why can be Elizabeth fighting over the bed? Doesn’t he see of which’s putting a target on her back?'” Elizabeth continued. “I’m speaking for myself, nevertheless I know those elements are real, in addition to when you are fighting for your chance to win the game, sometimes something of which seems little as a viewer can be not little when of which’s on the game Survivor.“
While Elizabeth can be still trying to explain to her children the value of losing a game instead of winning of which, she told ET of which her story can be “not yet finished.”
“I think of which I was swinging for the fences every time, in addition to I built relationships with unlikely people, in addition to I think there could be a potential for there being more to my story,” Elizabeth said of returning for another season. “So whatever the Survivor gods decide, I’ll be Great with. Yes or no.”
Survivor airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.