‘Survivor’ Finale

May 16, 2011 by Post Team 

'Survivor' Finale‘Survivor’ Finale, Boston Rob Mariano played his heart out in Survivor: Isla de la Redemption. Unshakable alliances formed from the first day, won key challenges found and clung to the hidden immunity idol, supported and encouraged his tribemates, and when the time came, the mastermind of the vicious Ouster with blind spots.

But these same players, now sitting on the jury and decide your destiny, vote for him to win?

Call a publicly forgiving: Awesome Rob was crowned Sole Survivor with a majority of votes, winning a prize of one million dollars.

But after competing on and off for 10 years (117 days), Rob insists survivor does not define it. “At the end of the day, this is my wife and son,” in Nicaragua. “Finally I want to win so you can take home and may have a better future.”

Survivor fans said that their future will be even better player and also won the 100 000 prize for the season!

The Last Battle: Andrea eliminated all Rob could have faced competition in the final Tribal Council, beating their fiercest competitors, Grant Mattos, war veteran Mike Matt Chiesl Eldrod long suffering, he called Redemption Island house for almost a month in 11 and last duel. Andrea’s personal victory was short lived, because no matter how hard she tried to persuade Ashley (who won her second straight game required to win the immunity necklace) and Natalie to make a move against Rob, was voted by next unanimously. We did not know until after the meeting show that Ashley and Natalie knew Rob would use his Hidden Immunity Idol, so Andrea waiting for any type of game girl power were useless.

Thy will be done: After surviving a 10 duels and 27 days of testing in the faith (or was it 29 or Jeff Probst, and Matt seems safe) on the Isla de la Redemption, Matt Christian soldier “fell short when it matters most needed, “said Jeff Probst and Matt” purgatory “finally came to an end. “His will was done as a last resort,” admitted Matt, grateful for the “fight and struggle” that ultimately brought him closer to God. Rob (if not God), denied even the opportunity for the player of the season award, but I hope that his second place offers some comfort.

Bedtime for Bonzo: While Felipe wanted to send Ashley home because she was “lazy” (? More than Natalie), Rob knew even her “amateur hour” strategies could be a problem if you did not win the ultimate challenge. He panicked at the end, even suggesting that “working together” to solve the puzzle, but Rob beat Ashley to win the last immunity. “I hate to see someone corrupt my soldier,” he said, referring to the “good-hearted little soul” Natalie, whose loyalty to Rob never wavered despite its link with best friend Ashley. (How does she manage to groom in the last days?)

All good things must come to an end: We got rid of torture fallen comrade fired (probably because most of them just left five minutes ago), but Philip was always a closing ceremony even better when he sacrificed his pink underwear in the fire. Even his great-great-great grandfather Jesseman Herrera would have been “pleased to see these come to an end,” said Phillip. He did not win the million dollars, or make friends, but Philip came out of Survivor with something far more important: “It’s OK to tell the world that I have a relationship with someone who has been dead since 1870″

Blinded by love: After closing arguments defense attorney strange David in the Tribal Council, urging the jury to vote for Rob (who probably earned him a secret fistbump Probst), stole valuable airtime Series reunion with his proposal of marriage lives with his girlfriend Caroline Eastwood, who competed in Survivor: Tocantins. “Survivor back to love,” he said, before finally agreeing to be his girlfriend. At least I think that’s what happened: We were focused on amber in the background all the time.

Who is the Pastor Philip? Jeff Probst, a federal agent who are certified to confirm that Philip was, in fact, a federal agent, but … Does it really matter? He was charming, infuriating, but always entertaining of a season that was often bored by Rob undisputed domain and endless buzzkill Redemption Island.

Next time on Survivor: Oh, no! Jeff confirmed our worst fears: the Isle of Redemption “spin” will be repeated in the next season of “Survivor: South Pacific” Maybe with some adjustments that they will manage to return a bit of suspense in the game? What are the two veterans will join the 16 castaways again? Dare we expect a battle between Denise and Shambo mullet?

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