Sandra Diaz-Twine is the only two time winner of Survivor. Her philosophy of “as long as it’s not me” brought her all the way to the final tribal council where she had the chance to plead her case to the jury. In a 6-3 vote the jury members awarded Sandra the title of Sole Survivor and the prize money of a million dollars for the second time.
At the final tribal council the jury members questioned all three finalists and it was pretty obvious that no one liked Russell and no one respects his game. Colby tells him that he is delusional if he thinks he made it to the end without luck. Coach tells Russ he can be a very little man in stature and word while praising Parvati as a warrior. But, Danielle put the nail in the coffin when she asked if he would do anything differently and when he says no and sticks by all his moves, she tells him he has a lack of skill with the jury and won’t receive any votes. It turns out she was correct. What do you think? Did we have two bitter juries or is there a lot we don’t see of Russ and his evil ways that are lost in the editing room?
JT wins the trophy for the dumbest move ever by a castaway which I personally don’t agree with. Tyson and Erik’s moves were by far worse than that. The general concensus on here was that Erik had the stupidest move while I thought the award should go to Tyson.
America has voted and in another contest of good vs. evil the vote came down to Rupert and Russell with Russell once again winning America’s vote. Not a real shock as most of us like to watch tv to be entertained and that is what Russell brings to the table, entertainment.
To all you wonderful fandom regulars, I have thoroughly enjoyed hanging with you all and discussing this game. We have had some really good moments on this site and I hope you will all join me and Killer K on realityrewind.com as we take on the reality tv world. Next season we have some exciting news that Fandom is being considered to do exit interviews. We have talked to the publicist for both CBS and Survivor and are pleased to have the opportunity to add this to our site for your enjoyment.
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