‘Survivor: Cagayan’ Recap: [Spoiler] Wins It All After Dramatic Finale

Wed, May 21, 2014 10:28pm EDT by 23 Comments
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Alex G.K.

Posted at 4:55 PM on September 22, 2014  

This was a great season.

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trent godfrey

Posted at 4:09 AM on August 16, 2014  

ok because it was me that caught the rule breaking in this last season. and it was Spencer that broke the rules and it should have been woo that won i will state this. Woo also broke the rules and caused Spencer s inappropriateness. who stole from Spencer the clue. (private property) a clear violation of survivor behavior. it is at the discretion of each survivor to provide the hidden immunity idol or not, just as it is at there discretion to share the clue or not. woo stole the clue there by providing tony with an unfair advantage. it was CBS that disallowed this evidence after the airing of the tape and show. this is a violation of federal communications laws and could end the survivor series all together. unless the ramrods can find another broad cast company. JEFF!

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Alex G.K.

Posted at 9:09 AM on August 16, 2014  

Lots of jurors (David Murphy, Erik Cardona) have addressed the jury. Jurors can say whatever they want. Woo would not have won, if you watched the “the jury speaks” videos you’ll see most people were planning to vote for Tony. Stealing the clue didn’t give Tony an advantage, Spencer found the idol the clue pertained to, Tony found the “Special Idol” two episodes later.

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Alex G.K.

Posted at 11:12 AM on June 14, 2014  

I am so glad Tony won! He was the best player hands down. The best man won; three cheers for Tony!

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Lee wynn

Posted at 5:41 PM on May 22, 2014  

I agreed with William Luke, this society is SO SICK. We as family will not watching survivor any more since Jeff let Spencer to persuade the jurors to vote for immoral Tony unfairly. We know they vote for Tony because he is White or at least his wife is While not because he play with intergity and fairly. What is racist society? Even it is showing on the National Network TV. It was very unfair and stupid to let Spencer talking to the juror the last mininute to convince them voting for Tony. Spencer, you are very races and bad man. I am glad you did not win. You were acting like you are going to get some money from Tony??? SHAME, SHAME, SHAME ON YOU! YOU SHOULD GO TO HELL!!! On the other hand, congrats to WOO!!! No matter what happened, you
are trully honorable Sole Survivor and we are glad that we still have someone like you in your society. God Bless You!

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Zqfmb

Posted at 9:37 PM on June 11, 2014  

You are being unfair to Tony; he did not do anything wrong. Lying and backstabbing are a part of the game; they have been since the first season. The jury voted for Tony because he played an incredible game. He found 3 idols, controlled the post-merge game, and pulled off the biggest, boldest move of the season (blindsiding LJ). Compared to that, what did Woo accomplish? Nothing except winning two challenges. Honor and integrity are irrelevant in Survivor; the logo says “Outwit, Outplay, Outlast.” Nothing about “Outintegrity.”

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Alex G.K.

Posted at 11:37 AM on June 13, 2014  

I don’t get why you are calling people racist; nobody this season mentioned ethnicity even ONCE. The jury gave Tony the win because he was the best strategist, simple as that.

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Louise

Posted at 5:10 PM on May 22, 2014  

Not happy at all. Will not watch this show anymore.

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Posted at 4:30 PM on May 22, 2014  

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Le Tanioka

Posted at 3:24 PM on May 22, 2014  

After this last Survivor episode, I will never watch any more installments. Not just the fact that Tony won, but the fact that the whole gang were not “survivors”….none were really working to supply necessities, like the old suvivor episodes. Now it’s like Big Brother….so much drama. Show should keep the participants busy, not sleeping or just starving. Sheehs. They should stop voting out people…but try to eliminate people by their sheer stupidity, getting caught in a trap or something exciting. That’s entertainment….!!!!! Games nothing but games. Sad.

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William Dean Luke

Posted at 9:41 AM on May 22, 2014  

For Tony, whom lied, cajoled, and basically gave up all of his moral fiber as an officer, to have won over the honorable Woo at the hands of the Jury is just apalling. Woo had the CONVICTION and HONOR that is so lacking in today’s society, but he still lost.

Just shows you that greed has poisoned the minds of mankind. When lying, backstabbing, and breaking promises becomes more desirable than honesty, integrity, wisdom, and honor, we, as a collective, lose.

Congrats, Tony. You gave up your moral fiber for a million dollars. I wonder what your father would have to say about this? Oh, wait, that’s right, you condemned his soul when you broke your vow. There is no honor in what you did.

Woo, I’m sorry the Jury valued deception over honesty, flip-floppery over integrity, and dishonor over honor.

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Zqfmb

Posted at 10:00 PM on June 11, 2014  

You’re wrong about Tony; he was just playing a game (and he played it really well). Lying and betraying have been part of the game since the first season – every season people get backstabbed. It’s how Survivor is played.

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Zqfmb

Posted at 10:27 PM on June 11, 2014  

Honor and integrity are irrelevant in Survivor. The logo says “Outwit outplay outlast.” Nothing about “outintegrity.” Tony outwitted and outplayed everybody and he won. Woo had honor, and all that got him was one vote.

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Zqfmb

Posted at 3:58 PM on June 12, 2014  

You are being unfair to Tony; he did not do anything wrong. Lying and backstabbing are a part of the game; they have been since the first season. The jury voted for Tony because he played an incredible game. He found 3 idols, controlled the post-merge game, and pulled off the biggest, boldest move of the season (blindsiding LJ). Compared to that, what did Woo accomplish? Nothing except winning two challenges.

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Ohnie

Posted at 9:35 PM on September 11, 2014  

If I was a part of the jury I will not give my vote to Tony, how can i hand over a million dollars to someone I have no respect for? Tony sacrificed his integrity and his honor just to win a million dollars. Don’t tell me this is how the game is played, a true survivor will survive amidst the obstacles ahead by his strength of mind, body and spirit. He can do this without compromising his values and stabbing other ppl in the back. The jury votes clearly reflect the societal views that it’s ok to lie, cheat and backstab just to get ahead.

 
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cheri

Posted at 8:51 AM on May 22, 2014  

Tony I’m so glad he won. He out witted, out lasted, and certanly out played. Good job Tony. Congrads to you and your family

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Alex G.K.

Posted at 11:53 PM on September 11, 2014  

You say a “true Survivor” can survive without backstabbing people. That’s false, because EVERY Sole Survivor (or true survivor, as you say) lied and backstabbed. Tyson backstabbed Aras. Cochran backstabbed Brenda and Andrea. Denise backstabbed Malcolm. Kim backstabbed Jay, Troy, Alicia, Christina and Kat. It’s clearly the smartest way to play, because these ppl who backstabbed WON. Tony didn’t do anything wrong; the players can vote out whoever they want whenever they want. It’s a GAME, therefore you should do whatever you must do to win. Tony did, and it was brilliant!

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Irene Gonzales Bilducia

Posted at 12:43 AM on May 22, 2014  

I was hoping Spence, I for one did’nt think Woo deserved his seat. Contest Tony.

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JT

Posted at 12:10 AM on May 22, 2014  

Wow, Woo made a $900,000 goof. It reminds me of Colby picking Tina in Australia just because he hated the other dude (can’t remember his name). I also didn’t like Spencer giving a closing argument for Tony. Woo should have been given a chance to respond. Why didn’t Jeff ask the jury if it changed their vote cuz they all seemed very bitter towards Tony before that speech?

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Mike

Posted at 2:08 AM on May 22, 2014  

Totally agree! They should not allow a jury member to turn and speak to the jury…. especially when it’s the last voice heard!

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Booger

Posted at 11:11 PM on May 22, 2014  

Keith if you want to know.

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Tom

Posted at 12:02 AM on May 22, 2014  

I wanted Spencer to win and thought the smarter argument in final four would have been to say: “Look, we all know Tony wins this thing if he gets to final. Let’s call his bluff and see if that idol actually works. If it does then I’m going home and if it, but if it is a bluff, then Tony, the biggest threat, is gone.” When Spencer came saying it was the only argument he could make I was screaming at the TV and saying: “No, call Tony’s bluff!” THAT was the better argument.

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Mister Baja

Posted at 11:58 PM on May 21, 2014  

pffffffffffff, she simply sold her body.

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