In a Survivor first, a single player got all the votes at the final tribal council. Earl Cole won Survivor Fiji, being out Cassandra and Dreamz when all the votes were counted.
Kinda begs the question: Who gets the $100,000 second place? Do they split it? IS there a second place this time around?
I have to say that I’m pretty disappointed that Yao-man didn’t win, and the Dreamz went back on his word. I’m sure that in his own mind, Dreamz justified to himself why he did what he did, but I have to say that was one of the worst things I’ve ever seen on Survivor.
The only way that Dreamz could have made a decision like that was to be completely unaware of how the other people that got voted off felt about what he was doing while he was playing. Had he realized that he wouldn’t have won against either Earl or Yao-man, he probably wouldn’t have gone back at his word. If he had given it away, people might have said he was stupid for doing it, but he would have looked great to everyone else. But he doesn’t have that chance now, no matter what he says. Yao-man, on the other hand, will always been the good guy. He ranks right up there with Rupert when it comes to the fans.
Now, don’t get me wrong, I think Earl played a great game, and he deserved to win between Cassandra and Dreamz. He played it very well.
Next time around, we have Survivor China!
2 thoughts on “Earl Wins Survivor Fiji”
This was the first Survivor in years that I started to watch, and then completely out of sync with. I think I only watched the first 5 shows, and that was it. I tried to get back into it, but between DVR difficulties (bad hard drive), etc., I gave up. 🙁 Thanks for your input, tho…it tells me the show is still worth watching. 🙂
It sure started off slow, but the last few weeks made up for it. Forcing people to use the immunity idol before the votes were read was a good idea. A lot of interesting twists happened because of that.
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