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But this season was perhaps the least ugly installment on record, and the finale serves as the perfect example of that. We saw a great speech from Sarah about gender bias in the game.
We saw Jeff Probst go out of his way to acknowledge his role in that bias. And we saw a jury seemingly devoid of any personal bitterness as they relentlessly praised all three finalists for a game well played.
Even the one question Rob posed to Natalie about her lack of social gameplay at the Edge was done in a respectful manner seeking input from her about it before he made his final decision.
And then there was Tony Vlachos. I wrote a few weeks back about how Tony is the most entertaining player in the history of the show because no one else mixes game sense and nonsense more than him.
His run this season was dominant. He won four immunity challenges. He found an idol. He got people from two different alliances to help him when he got hit with an Extortion from the Edge.
He managed to direct almost every single vote he was a part of, somehow without angering the folks he blindsided. And he never had his name written down once.
And probably the most dominant Survivor performance ever, especially considering the level of competition. Tony is also FUN! Look, you all know me. Instead of now being immersed in controversy over whether someone voted out on day 2 should be able to win the game, we can all just salute her for a truly tremendous effort.
She may not have received any votes at the end, but she fulfilled her mission to prove herself worthy of the crown.
Clean sweep for the non-gas pumpers in the house! Okay, large overview officially over! Tyson and Sophie bought peanut butter with their tokens.
Shockingly, Natalie then won the competition, narrowly beating Wendell who also had an advantage. In a normal season, chewing up valuable clock on this would have been infuriating, but for a season 40 of all-winners, it fit.
It worked. Everybody felt like this guy deserved it and the only reason they voted for me is they hated him more than they hated me.
And Ethan! I made no secret of my desire to see Ethan win this game. Everything that guy has done.
Everything he has been through. The oldest season winner. It would have been righteous. But at least he provided the punctuation mark to this scene by talking about how the money raised from Survivor Stand Up to Cancer helped fund the drug that fought his disease.
Again, joy. Finally, a challenge getting the folks out and moving and grooving. This first final six contest had the players racing through an obstacle, collecting bags, climbing a tower, and going down a water slide.
It looked super fun and Michele got absolutely destroyed in the physical portion of this contest, getting lapped by other players. And Michele is good at puzzles.
Makes sense! One little problem. Two, actually. Sarah and Ben. They refused to believe Natalie had an idol. You know why? Because if Natalie did not have an idol, then she would go out on the revote anyway.
By splitting the vote , if Natalie plays an idol, you save your two idols and vote out Denise. And that is exactly what happened.
Natalie played her idol, so then Tony and Ben had to waste theirs. The four votes for Natalie did not count. Neither did the two for Ben, so producers decided to just fly Cirie out to Fiji and snuff her torch instead.
Oh, I kid! No, Denise was unanimously voted out on the revote. Sarah wisely knew she had to strike before then.
Why wait to hit them up with that on day 39 when you can drop it on day 36 and give it some time to marinate? So when the subject of what Natalie said about Tony came up at Tribal, Sarah was ready to pounce with a message the jury would be very receptive to.
What it is, is a gender bias. Of course, she was right. I will not be defeated by a gender bias. So, in that sense, because Sarah is smart and Sarah is fierce, what happened there was not so surprising.
But what happened next was. I am certain right now if I were to look back at all the comments I have made over 20 years, I would find the exact same bias in me.
Who I call by last names. Guys have different relationships with each other, and I might not know how to have that relationship with a woman.
But I am very much aware of it now. Nobody was asking him to explain himself. Nobody was accusing him of anything. He could have stayed out of it, looked really deep and pensive, and nodded his head at all the right times while Sarah spoke.
The fact that he wanted to go there is huge. But the truly shocking thing is not that Probst said it. Remember, Tribal Councils can go on for hours and are then condensed to just a few minutes.
Especially in a finale, every second is precious. Jeff can say whatever the hell he wants at Tribal Council safe in the knowledge that they can just cut it out later.
Especially after the events of last season, in which the show appeared flat-footed in reacting to an unwanted touching crisis, this was an unexpected highlight of the night that nobody could have seen coming.
First off, is it just me, or did Tony almost just burn down an entire island? That nighttime idol hunt where the crazy person made a fire in the jungle and used a lit log as a flashlight was as if CBS plugged a machine into my brain that suctioned out my dreams and fantasies and put them directly onto my television screen.
Unfortunately for Tony, his idol hunt was fruitless, and Natalie found the idol instead. The second immunity challenge was another big build on both land and on sea as the players raced through obstacles, grabbed a key, unlocked sandbags, and then had to land two on a table.
Good stuff once again from the challenge production department. Ben was the first one through the obstacles and the first one to land a bag.
You know what I mean. Then again, mere mortals cannot be expected to understand the logic of the gods. But something big did come out of that Natalie and Lacina meeting, when Lacina noticed that Natalie was hiding an immunity idol under her buff.
That set off a chain of events that led to a jaw-dropping insert-record-scratch-sound-effect-here moment from the Marine when Ben told Lacina to write his name down at Tribal Council.
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