Ann stretched a bit and looked around the island she was on. It was sandy, wet, and had a beautiful sunset on the horizon. She had a book in one hand. She had been reading it all throughout the trip to the island. She had brought three books with her. Day of the Triffids, Catcher in the Rye and the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, the last of which was the one she was currently on. Hopefully they would keep her entertained enough during the running of the show. She didn't bring any of her consoles with her (she feared them getting stolen) and the only thing she had to keep her entertain was a deck of cards. She started thinking that she should have brought her sudoku book with her but then she realized she should get going.
She followed the torches to the building. Once getting there she knocked on the doors. After a few minutes with no responce she cautiously opened the doors. After looking around for somebody she noticed the paper on the table and slowly went to check it out. She read the paper and frowned,
Seems legit. she sarcastically thought.
When she had heard about the game show it had seemed harmless enough. However, when she had been dropped off alone she had been slightly suspicious but just brushed it off as paranoia. The letter had made her a little more then suspicious. This was sounding more like a trap then anything. Suddenly she smirked inwardly as she came to a realization. This was sounding like something out of a cheesy horror movie. Clearly the people running this contest were trying to unnerve them. She had seen things like this done on a prank show. They'd bring someone into a house or something and then make this eerie atmosphere. Then they get a kick out of them screaming in terror or running out of the house. They must be doing something similar for this show, though to what end she couldn't imagine.
In any case, she would act naive of it and act scared if need be. Besides, she had no clear idea if this really was part of the plan. Maybe he really was just busy, perhaps there was something more to this show, she didn't know and at the moment she didn't care to question it further. Whatever was the case she'd find out about it eventually and there was nothing she could do about it if there was something a foot. The boat was gone and she was stuck there. There was no point to think about it other to fulfill her motto of "expect everything, assume nothing" which she did so there was nothing else to do but read until dinner.
Ann had gotten room C, threw her bag on the floor, lied down on the bed and continued reading her book. She casually glanced at her watch every now and again while reading until it was time to go. When she got to the dinning room there was already another contestant there, a girl about her age. She expressionlessly looked at her before sitting down two seats over from her right. Ann sat there in silence waiting for everyone else.