As one player quickly educated Wednesday: There's simply no such thing as "Survivor certainty."
This week, the Final 6 battled for their lives in the game, as one castaway playing from the base attempted to persuade the whole clan to cast a ballot her direction.
While everybody stayed an objective for their own quite certain reasons,
The convergence of symbols and last opportunity to play the Shot in the Dark transformed each conceivable arrangement into a monster, approaching question mark.
However, whose plan worked, and who was booted out? What's more, which five players will go on fight it out in the season finale (circulating Wednesday, May 25 at 8/7c)? Peruse on for a full recap.
With Drea out of the picture, Lindsay's ornament has changed into an all out resistance icon.
Be that as it may, might anything at any point stop Omar now? He releases a twisted giggle since every one of his arrangements are working out as expected.
Be that as it may, he's not going full Russell Hantz at this time: He really returns Mike's venerated image, as guaranteed.
Yet, Mike ain't no sham! He realizes Omar could beat him in the Final 3, and knows he's must cut him in the near future.
On the whole, he needs to sow a seed with Maryanne, who totally figures out that she, as well, can't beat Omar.
She informs Mike concerning her additional vote, and considers double-crossing her partner, in spite of adoring and confiding in him.
"In the event that I don't take this action, I won't win, and it's unnerving," she (appropriately) says.
Jonathan says the Taku Four won't go any further together than the Final 6. Indeed, even he realizes he can't win with Lindsay and Omar in the game as, "Now is the ideal time to separate."