Tonight on Survivor Philippines we’ll find out who won Survivor and takes home the million dollar prize. The final four castaways are Denise, Lisa, Malcolm, and Mike as we start tonight’s show, but there can only be one Sole Survivor!
At the first challenge of the finale we see the castaways arrive at the competition we previewed yesterday, “Dragon Slayer.” Time to find out who can complete the dragon puzzle first and win an advantage in the final challenge. Yep, that’s the prize here: an advantage where it means the most.
The men take a lead to the first bag but when it comes time for the third and final bag we see Mike in the lead with Denise and Malcolm tied for second. Mike arrives at his puzzle first but everyone is close behind and soon working on their last part of the challenge. Denise is making a lot of progress in her puzzle with Malcolm close behind and the rest far behind. Malcolm quickly catches up to Denise and passes her by to win. Malcolm wins the “advantage” for the final immunity challenge.
Now it’s time for the final challenge. It’s a balance and “zen” competition. The final four Survivor Philippines castaways will hold two handles together with a segment in between which holds a metal ball. Every five minutes they’ll squeeze together an extra segment to make it longer and longer. This looks like a nightmare to me, but that’s why I’m at a keyboard instead, I suppose.
Here’s the kicker from Malcolm’s “advantage.” If he drops his ball he gets a second chance. For everyone else, once they drop they are out.
Update: The Survivor finale is being delayed due to a long running NFL game tonight.
Update 2: Okay, we’re live now at 8:57PM ET! We’ll have live updates shortly.
Tonight on CBS we’ll find out who won Survivor Philippines when the final four is whittled down even further and the jury casts its votes. Either Malcolm, Lisa, Denise, or Mike will walk away with a million dollar prize.
So far we’ve seen a sneak peak at tonight’s challenge “Dragon Slayer” but we’re also still waiting to discover if the Survivor spoilers for the final three we learned about over a month ago is true. I’m thinking there’s a strong chance it’s true.
We’ll be posting the live results from tonight’s Survivor finale so be sure to check in here throughout the show to find out what’s happening and who wins the season. Any predictions out there you’d like to make? Share them below!
Time for one last Survivor spoiler of the season with a sneak peak at the final four’s challenge in the Survivor Philippines finale episode. This challenge is called “Dragon Slayer” in honor of repeat player Benjamin Wade.
In this challenge the castaways have to race a course, collect bags of puzzles, and be the first to assemble their dragon puzzle on the other side. Watch the Survivor Dream Team test out the challenge in the video below.
Don’t forget to catch the Survivor 2012 Philippines finale on Sunday night at 8PM ET/PT to find out who takes home the million dollar prize.
This week on Survivor Philippines, we said goodbye to Abi-Maria and had to come to terms that she would not be our sole Survivor or our sole source of entertainment during this Sunday’s season finale.
The day after her elimination, the spunky underdog sat down for her exit interview to talk about her experience, what she learned and how she made it as far as she did as a one-person alliance.
“I love everything that I went through, Abi says. “It was a learning curve. I was very surprised by being unliked. And I understood now that being too honest in the game is not the way to go.”
“Survivor made me a better person,” she continued. “It made me more patient. I used to get impatient easily. You learn how to depend on yourself a lot more and how to pay attention to everything around you.”
Abi should be proud of how she played the game. She might have gotten under everyone’s skin, but she played a good game near the end with her bluffing and bravery.
“I was a one-person alliance and I was able to fight on my own,” she said. “And I went home still fighting against a four-person alliance.”
Find out what else she had to say in her video below. Be sure to check back here on Sunday night for live coverage of the Survivor 2012 finale.
CBS has announced the Survivor 2013 premiere of the Caramoan installment, but now we know even more. According to the latest Survivor spoilers the 26th run of the series will be a return to Fans and Favorites but with a little twist. Instead of playing against one another, the fans and favorites may be mixed together.
If you want to know more about the upcoming 2013 season and maybe even another spoiler for this season then read on. Otherwise, turn back now and avoid the spoilers.