Survivor 2012 might be in the history books and Malcolm might not have won, but the last thing we wanted to do was slight the 4th-place finisher by overlooking his exit interview.
After Malcom was cut loose by Survivor 2012 winner Denise, Lisa and Skupin, he joined the jury and stopped for his exit interview to discuss his time on Survivor and what he learned about himself and his fellow castaways.
He also echoed what most of us were thinking and that was that Malcolm played the best game and made the bold moves that made the final four what it was.
“I think I was playing the best game,” Malcolm said. “I think I had this thing in the bag. It stings. It’s a game. Well done, guys.”
He doesn’t hold any hard feelings, though, he says.
“I hope that I’m mature enough to understand that and separate the personal disappointment and the bitterness I feel from actually being able to look at them,” he said. “They definitely hitched a ride though.”
Find out what else Malcolm had to say in his exit interview after the jump.
Malcolm fans who are bummed that he didn’t win Survivor 2012 might get another chance to see him in the winner’s seat. According to our Survivor 2013 spoilers, Malcolm will be returning to the game along with other familiar faces!
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