Part one of the ‘Survivor’ finale took the final six to the final five with the craziest tribal council ever — and something happened that even blew Jeff Probst’s mind.
Bare with me, Survivor fans. If you were watching the first hour of the Second Chance finale, you were probably freaking out just like I was — even Jeff Probst had to literally draw on a photo after the elimination to show the audience how it all broke down. Luckily, I’ll now do that for you.
So here’s what went down on the first hour of Survivor. For the first time in the game, the immunity challenges were new for all. This challenge was to build a staircase and complete a puzzle (and it sounds easier than it looked)! However, Spencer had the lead from the start and won his third immunity.
Meanwhile, there was lots of drama back at camp: Kimmi decided it was time to turn on the group (Spence, Tasha and Jeremy), so she pitched to Keith and Wentworth to both vote out Jeremy and they were in, obviously. She then tried to her alliance to split their votes between Wentworth and Keith — but Spence and Tash could tell something was up. However, Jeremy was convinced she was still being loyal.
So, what happened at tribal? Well, “lie, cheat and steal.” Spencer told it how it was: himself, Jeremy and Tasha decided not to split the vote. (Apparently we didn’t see him convince Jeremy.) He also whispered to Wentworth she was good. When it came down to it,Wentworth used her idol… and then Jeremy used his! And the votes were split — between Jeremy and Wentworth. That’s right, for the first time ever, no votes counted, since they both had their idols. So, Jeff gave them a minute to talk/yell at each other, then they all had to — but could only pick between Kimmi and Tasha. Found out who won the million right here.
This time, they split the votes: three votes for Kimmi and three votes Tasha. They could all revote, but Spencer, Jeremy, Wentworth and Keith all decided they were good with their original votes. So, according to the rules the four of them had to make a unanimous decision: Tasha or Kimmie — if they couldn’t, both nominated would be safe.
However, if Tasha and Kimmie were both added to he safe pool that would only leave Keith to go home! So Keith, like the standup man he is, pretty much said he’d go home so Kimmi could stay — but Wentworth talked him out of it — and that is how Kimmi was sent home. Alright, did you get all that? Were you sad to see Kimmi go? Let us know!