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'Survivor:' Final tribal council will be awesome

Jeff Probst host on Survivor
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On Wednesday night’s episode of “Survivor” there was bickering, lying and animosity among Tony, who has been running this tribe like his own personal chess board, Trish, whose been riding Tony’s coattails without really doing anything herself, however, was blindsided last night, and Kass, who has taken annoyance to a whole new level, she instigates talks about everyone behind their backs and then plays the innocent victim, always with a sarcastic smirk.

Spencer stood alone upon Tasha being eliminated last week, and knew well that the only way to remain in the game was for him to win individual immunity, and he did just that came back from behind to solve a sliding puzzle that Tony, who was ahead throughout the entire challenge, had been trying to solve. Woo also continues riding Tony’s coattails looking at everyone with those wide open eyes, only disguising his true nature that as far as the game is concerned; is that of a weasel who can’t seem to make a decision on his own.

Next week is the season finale and if Tony gets to stand before the jury and the voting is done solely based on game play and outwitting, outlasting, and outplaying; then, Tony hands down should be the winner. However, he has back-stab everyone in the jury and they all just shake their heads as they watch the remaining tribe members scramble and fight with each other, just longing to have their time to give Tony a piece of their mind. No matter who wins, the final tribal council this year where the winner is decided promise to be one for the ages, because again, those who get to vote for the winner have a lot to say about how they were betrayed and blindsided. “Survivor” once again must be commended for a great season with characters that to say the least will remain in fan’s minds for their game play and others for their lack thereof.

“Survivor” runs on Wednesday at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS.