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Survivor: Fiji - "I Wanna See if I Can Make a Deal."


The Sunday Night Finale Will Be Followed by a LIVE Reveal of the Winner
And a One-Hour Reunion Show From New York City Featuring the 19 Castaways Together for the First Time Since Being In Fiji

The finale of SURVIVOR:  FIJI will be broadcast Sunday, May 13 (8:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.  The finale will culminate in the LIVE reveal of the winner from The Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City. 

After the reveal, Jeff Probst will host a LIVE reunion show (10:00-11:00, ET, tape delayed PT) featuring the 19 castaways who will come together for the first time since being in Fiji.

SURVIVOR: FIJI began with a diverse cast of Americans who started as one tribe with plenty of supplies and resources to make an exceptionally comfortable camp.  On Day Three, the castaways were split into two tribes to compete in the first combination Reward/Immunity Challenge.  Moto, the winning tribe, returned to the camp of copious resources while Ravu, the losing tribe, was sent to a new island with only a pot, a machete and a water source.  The castaways soon learned that there was a Hidden Immunity Idol somewhere at each tribe camp and new clues to its whereabouts could be found on Exile Island.  If found, these Immunity Idols might save individuals from being voted out at a future Tribal Council.   


MOTO TRIBE (Comfortable Camp):  Alex Angarita, Kenward "Boo" Bernis, Cassandra Franklin, Liliana Gomez (4th Voted Out), Andre "Dreamz" Herd, Stacy Kimball, Lisi Lisette (8th Voted Out), Edgardo Rivera, Gary Stritesky (forced to leave the game in episode four due to illness)

RAVU TRIBE (Sparse Camp):  Yau-Man Chan, Earl Cole, Jessica deBen (1st Voted Out), Erica Durousseau (2nd Voted Out), Sylvia Kwan (3rd Voted Out), Mookie Lee, James "Rocky" Reid (7th Voted Out), Anthony Robinson (6th Voted Out), Rita Verreos (5th Voted Out), Michelle Yi


   The Moto Tribe, with all their luxuries, has dominated almost all of the challenges.
   Gary Stritesky was forced to leave the game in Episode Four due to illness.
    A tribe switch allowed Earl, Yau-Man and Michelle to move to the comfortable camp with Cassandra, Boo and Stacy. 
   Dreamz, Edguardo and Alex are presently at the sparse camp of Ravu with original member Mookie, the only one left that has never enjoyed any of Moto's camp luxuries since the tribes split on Day Three. 
   Yau-Man and Earl have joined forces at Moto and have found their camp's Hidden Immunity Idols but have decided not to tell the rest of their tribe. 
   Alex, Edguardo and Mookie have also created an alliance at Ravu and just found the second Hidden Immunity Idol at their camp.  Now that they've found it, who gets to use it?

   SURVIVOR: FIJI is produced by SEG, Inc.  Mark Burnett and Tom Shelly are executive producers.  Mark Burnett, Marilyn Seabury and Stu Schreiberg will serve as executive producers of the LIVE reunion show.


Next time on SURVIVOR: FIJI

One Survivor surprises everyone when they attempt to use their Reward as a bargaining chip.

The tribe is left in a state of shock when one Survivor reveals their decision of who to send to Exile Island.

One Survivor creates a hidden path to eavesdrop on conversations, while back at camp, others plot to take him out of the game.

survivorphoenix clues

Full of portent
F3 ( Cassandra / Dre / Earl /Yau-Man: F4 - late in game ) and car curse lives on (Yau-Man, winner of car does not win Survivor)
Controversial Decision : Dre at center of deal made and broken with Yau-Man for the spoils of the car challenge in the " quintessential question of Survivor "

F3 ( Cassandra / Dre / Earl /Yau-Man: F4 - late in game ) and car curse lives on (Yau-Man, winner of car does not win Survivor)

Full of portent
Stacy fulfills the foreshadowing in Michelle's E8 confessional: "Me and Stacy are kind of carbon copies of each other when it comes down to function."

A Survivor First
Full of portent
F4 : car curse lives on
Wins car challenge, makes deal in exchange for car, deal is not honored

Hidden Idols

On a happy note, producers have corrected the grievous oversight from last season which guaranteed a player still holding the hidden Idol at F4 a place in the finals. For Survivor Fiji, the rules have changed and the hidden Idol is good only up to and through the F5, after which it becomes useless.

Hidding the Idols back at camp changed the game in more ways than one. The Idols are inside the actual camp, which makes it almost impossible to search for them without the prying eyes of fellow tribemates, especially given the restful location in which they lie. Players join forces to dig, with an agreement to "share" the Idol if it is found, making the play of the Idol a more interesting strategic choice.

As we reported, we were told that at least three hidden Immunity Idols are found. None are found before the tribal switch, two are found before the merge and one is found after the merge. Of the Idols played, one definitely changes the outcome.

The Power of a Promise: Controversial Decision

One of the big talking points before the show premiered was the controversial decision which is made late in the game. As we stated earlier, the controversy impacts the final outcome.

From what were told, what seasoned spoiling sleuths across the boards have deduced is accurate: the controversial decision does indeed center around the infamous car curse. As Probst stated during his pre-season Press Conference, "the car challenge plays an instrumental role in this season, a huge role." The surprising winner of this challenge will once again have a big impact: deals are struck, keys exchange hands, and the car curse lives on in dramatic fashion. As for the lucky recipient, a close reading of Probst's Press Conference should prove fruitful.

survivorfever has the after show preview vidcap gallery up here, i'll post some pictures tomorrow.

I am thinking yau man goes to exile... that one clip of him he is walking int he water with paper... Is that the clue from Exile.

other guess would be Dre sends Cassandra to exile to try and get clue for II.


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