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Survivor: David vs. Goliath Final Summary: A champion is crowned



Do not worry, I'll talk about our latest survivor champion. I will also talk about the choices of jury member Davie Rickenbacker. And at some point you know that I will inevitably get into a recycled noise over the last four fiery nonsense. But hey, very fast: Did you know that Angelina gave up her place in an individual immunity contest for her tribe to get rice? This is true! She told me … ONLY THROUGHOUT THREE BILLIONS!

Angelina was the true winner of Survivor: David vs Goliath . Well, true, what she won might not have been the million dollars, but rather the award for the most constant reminder of the most-must-deaf offenders of an allegedly selfless act that does not make them unselfish in the least, but at least she won something . . After all, which I still consider a miserable trial, Angelina could not help herself and insisted on calling her tribe. She then mentioned it to her mother when she visited her loved one. She mentioned it to Davie when he selected people for reward. She mentioned it to the others who were not chosen for the reward. She mentioned it to the jury. I'm pretty sure she mentioned it to the Fiji Air pilot who flew home, as well as to every damn passenger in the plane. THIS WOMAN WANTS YOU TO KNOW HOW YOURSELF IS!

Oh, I'm joking because I love. You know, I called it Gold All Season for Angelina Reality Television, and Jeff Probst even agreed with me, calling it the player he would most like to bring back to play (yes, even Christian!). That is indeed a big praise. Almost as much praise as me when I started with my finale talking about them and not about the winner Nick Wilson.

Ah, Nick. Here's the craziest thing about Nick who wins: If Pat did not get injured on his boating after the challenge on Day 3, Nick is probably the first person in the game. Think about it for a second. Unless it's about a fluky-off-of-game accident, Nick Wilson's footnote in the Annal Annals Survivor is the youngest recipient of the Sonja Christopher Golden Ukulele Award as the first shoe of the season banished. Instead, he enters as sole survivor in the most prestigious clubs. And he lands a million dollars richer (at least before taxes). That flares up in my mind and shows once again how fine the line between failure and success in this game is. From the worst to the first by a bad wave. Amazing.

Did Nick deserve the win? (He beat Mike and Angelina with a 7-3-0 vote.) Sure! Yes, you can point to the fact that he was taken out of the loop in some important voices like Carl and Davie, but Mike and Angelina were certainly outperformed on some early voices. And Nick and Carl undoubtedly had the game of the season as they visited the style of Zan and Jayna Wonder Twins to combine their incredible powers and send the hot cop home. He also ended the season in style, pulling a Chrissy Hofbeck and overcoming the last three immunity challenges (not that she did her good).

I would not have hated a Mike win since Mike Often he did well to shift the voices to whatever he wanted. Of course you all know that I'm like a scary cyber-stalker when it comes to Angelina, and would probably marry her if we were not both married and worried that Jeremy was chatting about us in the press. A Angelina victory would have inspired me so. But Nick seems to be the right call. He has also (from what we have seen) done the best work in this final tribal council and made comments. So if the heads were really undecided (as Elizabeth claimed), Nick would probably have earned those stray voices there as well. [1

9659003] As far as the finale itself is concerned, it somehow reflected the season as a whole. There were no crazy twists (like the vote last season, the introduction of the firing tiebreaker in the previous season, or Cirie, which Ciried received with five immunities in the previous season), but they did not need them. We could only focus on what made this season great: the characters and the editing. (By the way, Goldstar became producers of idol hunters who performed well without knowing who would find the clue.)

And as for the definitive tribal, you know there's nothing that bothers you I am more than an acute case of BJS (Bitter Jury Syndrome) when it comes to voting. I make like fireworks of the jury – because I'm a reality TV viewer and Real TV viewers crave the drama. So, if I made nitpick (and we all know that nitpicking is what I do best), I would say that a little more confrontation between the jury and the finalists would have been nice. Or at least some more demanding questions. Let her work for the money! But I think the somewhat tame final act is the price we have to pay to have such a decent, sympathetic group. Damn, why can not I go both ways ?! Where are the absolute monsters in the cast when you need them? Can we have someone from One World on the phone, please?

And as we've seen so often in this show lately (with Jeremy talking about his pregnant wife in Cambodia is home] Adam reveals his dying mother in Millennials vs .. Gen X Ben told his story of the courageous overcoming of the PTSD in Heroes v. Healers v. Hustlers etc.) With the personal story outside the game she was able to help raise the bill in the millions to secure. Nick acknowledged the fact that his mother had died of an overdose of drugs and could not help attacking the jury's sympathetic hearts.

I do not call Nick because he uses his personal pain for financial reasons. On the contrary, you use everything you can to get those votes. Nick was also very smart and smart in the way he handled him. He talked about how it was his death that led him on his career path to help others in need. Narrative about personal growth. Well, yes … Nick. He won! Congratulation! Now let's go through the whole thigh, starting from the top.

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