Tonight on the Survivor 2014 finale of Cagayan we find out the results of who was eliminated, who made the Final Two, and who won Survivor!
We’re live blogging the full finale episode recap here on the site tonight too, but these are just the highlights on who won challenges, who was voted off Survivor, and who won tonight.
There will be two Immunity Challenges and three Tribal Councils to get us to the big Survivor reveal at the end of the night.
Immunity Challenge #1:
- Players must snag a key, race to the beach, and complete a puzzle
- Tony leads in the first round, Kass is way, way behind
- Kass wins Immunity in a massive comeback!
Tribal Council #1 – Eliminated Castaway:
- Potential tie between Woo & Spencer
- Votes: Spencer, Woo, Spencer, & Spencer
- Spencer was voted out 3-1
Jeff Probst is set to tally and reveal the votes for who won Survivor tonight on the Cagayan season finale. Either Kass, Spencer, Tony, or Woo will be the winner.
The Final Four castaways have a solid chance at getting to the end, but as I dissected the season earlier, not everyone has a great shot at winning the Survivor season.
Before we get to the results at the end of the show there are still a lot of challenges ahead of the remaining castaways. They’ll have to battle through two Immunity Challenges and three Tribal Councils before someone is named the Sole Survivor.
We love how Survivor keeps its season finale exciting with lots to watch instead of a two-hour countdown to five seconds of actual results. Thank you, Survivor!
Who Won Survivor 2014:
- The winner is Tony Vlachos by a vote of at least 5-1
Do tonight’s results make you happy after watching what has already been a really great season? I know I’ve enjoyed it and hope to see lots more of all-new casts coming for awhile (of course, CBS won’t do that, but that’s okay).
Find out more about next season of Survivor 2014 Blood Vs Water!
Four Castaways. Three Tribal Councils. Two Hours. One Sole Survivor! The Survivor Cagayan finale is here and we’ll soon know whether Spencer, Tony, Kass, or Woo walks away winning Survivor tonight.
Picking up where the last episode left off, we just saw Tony flip on his close ally, Trish, and his Idol supply has evaporated. Lucky for Tony, the rest of the players don’t know his Special Idol is nothing but a paper weight at this point.
The other thing the castaways don’t know is that this season has a Final Two for Survivor’s last Tribal Council instead of a three-seater. Can’t wait to see how that changes their game plans in the final round of strategy with the extra Immunity Challenge. Keep with us as we live recap tonight’s finale.
Back at camp the F4 congratulate each other on making it that far. Now the castaways are scrambling to figure out what’s going on with Tony’s Special Idol. Tony claims it’s a guaranteed spot for him at F3, but that’s a complete lie. Heh, Kass says she doesn’t quite believe it’s still usable at F4, but will she call his bluff?
Surprise! It’s family-visit time. We have been waiting for that all season and it’s happening really late in the season. Family that arrives: Kass’s husband, Spencer’s sister, Tony’s best friend (he wanted his wife to be there), and Woo’s cousin.
The final four enjoy a picnic including peanut butter (Woo is very excited) when Woo breaks out the next Immunity Challenge hint. Now they’re back to talking with family for some strategy and planning.
Now in a break, Jeff takes us to the Green Room for some backstage action. All the castaways are there watching and oh, there’s Quitter. Not sure why they’d bring back someone who quit the game, but sure enough Quitter is sitting on the couch next to an almost unrecognizable Sarah.
Immunity Challenge #1
Immunity is back up for grabs. The final four arrives at the beach with their loved ones. They’re just watching though.
Players must perch at the top of a pole where they’ll pour water in to a chute to lift a buoy with a key. The key is used back at the beach to unlock puzzle pieces so they can be the first to finish.
The poles are shaking all over the place. Tony is nervous and I don’t blame him. I’d get way dizzy up there.
Kass gets a full bucket and then completely misses the whole thing. Ouch. Now it’s Tony and Spencer tied up. Just as I speculated in our spoilers, Tony could lead on this one. Yes! Tony is first but he can’t swim so he won’t jump in!
Spencer has his key and jumps in to head back to the beach and we have a repeat of last week’s challenge order. Now Woo has his key. Kass is way, way behind. She finally has it and leaps toward the beach.
Everyone is up at the beach working on their puzzle and just as you’d expect, Spencer has the lead. Woo and Tony are close. Family continues to shout tips to the players. Apparently that’s okay to do.
Kass is making a huge comeback. Spencer seems trapped in the same place while Kass continues to do incredibly well. Oh boy this is close!
Immunity is up for grabs. Twice! During tonight’s Survivor Cagayan finale we’ll get to see two more Immunity Challenges as the final four castaways battle it down to a surprising Final Two scenario.
The first of two challenges will involve some water works. Four castaways will be perched upon poles out over the water where they’ll have to hoist up buckets filled with water to pour them in to tubes below.
From there the players will race in to the beach to complete a puzzle station. First to finish locks down a spot in the Final Three. Based on released photos and previews we’ve already speculated on the order this one could go.
The next challenge is called “Roundabout” and looks even harder. The main portion of the challenge is a vast maze with seemingly limitless number of turnstiles. The trick is that not all of them work.
The final three players will have to race through the maze collecting medallions. Once they have a full set the player can return to his or her station to open their treasure chest. Inside are cogs to complete a gear puzzle needed to turn the crank and raise their flag. First to finish gets a seat at the Final Two and can help pick who goes home just shy of the big finale.
Tonight on CBS the final Tribal Council vote will reveal who will win Survivor 2014 Cagayan out of the remaining final four castaways. While we wait for the official Survivor results, let’s consider the possibilities.
With so many possible combinations of a final two, let’s discuss the individual players and what sort of chances they could have at winning over the Jury.
Kass – Chaos Kass has made some incredibly entertaining though often questionable moves throughout the season. We’ve seen her flip on alliances over and over whether it’s a numbers-leading one or a rag-tag coming-together to oust an obvious front runner. Kass doesn’t care, she’ll stab ya square in the back. While that might be entertaining (both in a good and bad way) for those of us at home, I don’t see it possibly winning over anyone at the final Jury.
If Kass makes it to the Final Two I just don’t see any chance of her winning. She might snag a vote or two, but she’s wronged so many people in seemingly pointless moves that it’s unlikely people will reward that behavior with a vote.
Spencer – Talk about your underdog of the season. Since starting out on a losing tribe with the Brains flailing around like a chicken with its head twisted off by Jeremiah, things just weren’t going his way. Yet here is Spencer, just steps away from the end. He’s won challenges, found an Idol (and subsequently wasted it), and worked over competitors in ways to keep himself here when he was the most likely target. That’s what it’s all about, right?
If Spencer makes it to the end he’s got a strong case for the Jury. There is only one Brains member there now, but he really would have few, if any, enemies among the rest. Would they pick a clean game over a dirty one like Tony’s or an even friendlier one like Woo’s? Maybe, but again if he’s there against Kass I’d say it’s a solid win for Spencer.