All three groups, No Collar, White Collar, and Blue Collar, have managed to keep a representative player in the mix which is impressive considering Blue’s seemingly secured stranglehold on the numbers. Carolyn is there for White and Will is there for Red, but it’s Blue with the most with Mike, Dan, Sierra, and Rodney hanging on.
We’re hanging on the edge of seeing just how frustrating of a final three castaways grouping we could end up with and that’s going to be interesting. Will the Jury be voting for the castaway who played the best game or just the one they find the least annoying?
Just two more rounds of Survivor 2015 remain as we have Wednesday’s one-hour show before heading to the season finale on the 20th with two hours of Survivor action followed by the one-hour Reunion Show hosted by Jeff Probst.
Think you know who will win Survivor Worlds Apart? Get ready to find out!