Ladies, gentlemen, casuals and cat ladies, welcome to the inaugural Survivor Most Likely Awards ceremony. It’s the legendary jazz musician and first boot, Sekou Bunch!
And who’s that making all the noise and taking selfies over in the corner? Before we begin with the first award of the evening, let’s give it up for our house band. Whose down for a Survivor road trip when this is all over?
It’s not that I’m going to miss Coach, but I’m certainly going to miss Coach and Boston Rob and James and Big Tom.
Whether we give Russell full credit or not, he’s now become the dominant personality in a game that initially had many dominant personalities.
Prior to her elimination, Nease had given Herzog a clue to the hidden immunity idol, which she had received from Jaime Dugan.
It’s two-time Survivor player and Queen of Snark, Courtney Yates… Before we move on, I hear that more congratulations are in order for one lucky couple here in the audience tonight. Up next we have The Lex Van Den Berghe Award for Most Likely To Hold A Grudge. Apparently, someone has stolen the last of the buffet food. Up next we have The Jerri Manthey Award for Most Likely To Go From Zero to Hero.
The Zhan Hu tribe then threw the following immunity challenge, thus eliminating Reisberger.
Herzog and Kimmel had found the immunity idol and Zernow, Denise Martin, and Courtney Yates were informed of the discovery.
Phil due to an alcoholism problem and was considered to be "closer to death than any Dr. During the first few days, Herzog made an alliance with Amanda Kimmel and Aaron Reisberger.
When the tribe faced tribal council, Leslie Nease was voted out.