Tonight on CBS at 8PM the Caramoan finale show arrives and we’re ready to find out who won Survivor 2013! It’ll either be Cochran, Dawn, Eddie, Erik, or Sherri who becomes this season’s Sole Survivor, but before we get there one of them will be knocked out when a medical emergency hits the tribe.
According to our poll, more than half of the readers here expect Cochran to be the winner of Survivor. If he makes it to the end vote then I think he just might pull it off.
Check out the preview for tonight’s Survivor finale and then join us back here at 8PM for a live blog recap of the action while we wait for Jeff Probst to tally the votes and announces the winner.
This week on Survivor 2013 Caramoan, Brenda was the last person to be voted out before Sunday’s finale.
After her elimination, Brenda sat down for her exit interview, which we’ve got for you below. She’s also since talked to The Hollywood Reporter where she threw in some more details of her experiences which are much better than her exit interview because she’s had time to digest things.
And the question we all want to ask Brenda has been answered. Has she patched things up with Dawn?
“I’ve had no contact with Dawn and would not actively seek out a friendship with her,” Brenda told THR. “It if wasn’t for the finale [airing live Sunday on CBS], I wouldn’t talk to her. It’s not out of bitterness, but more out of, “I don’t want someone like you in my life.” Cochran, I’ve talked to, I have no problem with him.”
And how did this season stack up to her first?
“This was 10 times better,” she said. “Even though I wasn’t necessarily in the driver’s seat like in Nicaragua, it was so much more gratifying. I obviously got farther in the game, and got to see my dad and win a challenge together. I didn’t cringe when I watched the TV. The first time, “Oh my god, I can’t believe I said that.” This time, I was proud of myself. I didn’t feel like I deserved to get voted out, like in Nicaragua. This time, I honestly did my best.”
Oh, and would she play Survivor a third time? In a word, yes.
The Survivor Caramoan finale is this Sunday at 8PM on CBS and one of these final five castaways will become the Sole Survivor. Cochran, Eddie, Erik, Dawn, and Sherri are all that remain. The “Favorites” have walked all over the “Fans” but the numbers are now just 3 against 2 which means the Favorites will have to stop eating their own and band together if they want to shut out the Fans.
Teased in the next episode’s promo we learned that someone may have a medical emergency as we see Jeff Probst visiting the camp in the middle of the night and telling them the game had just been “rocked.”
Let’s take a vote. Who do you think will win Survivor 2013 Caramoan? You can either vote on who you want to win or who you think will win, if those two are different answers. Then share your thoughts on why.
Join us this Sunday, May 12, 2013 at 8PM for a live recap and discussion throughout the finale results show.
Here come the tears. Tonight on Survivor we’ll enjoy the family reunion moments along with another immunity challenge that could be anyone’s game. By the end of the night we’ll have our results on who was voted off Survivor as we work our way toward the season finale.
The alliance of six has cracked given Eddie, the final odd man out, the chance at driving the wedge further between the other five or face his own elimination. Let’s see what happens next.
Tonight’s first prize is island fever and Erik is the big winner. He’s hungry and those damn coconuts have been laughing at him since day three, he says, so he tries to climb an incredibly tall tree to get them. The end. What? We don’t even find out if he got the coconuts? Oh, cruel editors. Wait, no, after the commercial we find out he was unsuccessful. Ah well.
As we get ready for the first challenge of the night it’s time for the family reunion. Lots of tears all around including a small one from Jeff Probst who says it was his first tear in 26 seasons of this.
The pairs have to spin in a circle to unwind and release rails for the bolo game. Heh, Cochran and his mom aren’t really trying. Erik and his brother are leading the challenge as the first to even get to throwing. Well despite all that it comes down to Brenda and her dad winning the competition. That puts Brenda in the decision-maker seat.
Brenda gets to pick one other castaway to take with her back to the luxury picnic. She immediately goes for Dawn and her husband. Now Jeff throws in a twist. If Brenda gives up her time and Dawn’s chance then the other four castaways get the picnic plus a visit from a second loved one. Wow. That’s tough.
Brenda says, “of course, I’m going to give it to them.” So there go for the others for a barbecue while Dawn and Brenda go back to camp empty handed.
It’s time for the Immunity Challenge “I Hold On” as we watched earlier today in the spoilers. Jeff says there’s no food to tempt them away with this week. Just lots of pain instead.
CBS has released its Survivor spoilers preview of tonight’s Immunity challenge “I Hold On.” Challenge Director John K. explains this week’s challenge is simple in concept, but difficult in execution.
Players will have to hold on to a rope behind their backs as host Jeff Probst slowly turns the cranks sending them farther over the edge of a platform. Last castaway hanging on wins the competition and Immunity.
If you watch the behind the scenes video for tonight’s Survivor 2013 show then you’ll see how once again the women of Survivor’s Dream Team, the group that tests challenges, win what looks like a physical challenge. Could weight be the real challenge here? Watch out, Caramoan, Cochran could be poised to win again!