Whoa, the Survivor: Cambodia Second Chance Winner Was Named After the Craziest …

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Parvati Shallow Breaks Down ‘Survivor: Second Chance’ Finale: And the Winner Is….

After 39 days, four hidden immunity idols, and a billion mentions of the phrase “voting bloc,” a winner was finally crowned on Survivor: Cambodia—Second Chance.

As always, after the winner is declared, we’ll get the “Survivor Reunion” (9 p.m., CBS/Ch. 2), in which all the contestants come together to answer host Jeff Probst’s questions. • “The Magicians” (11 p.m., Syfy): In a preview of this new series — which will air commercial-free — follows a grad student as he enrolls at Brakebills College for Magical Pedagogy.“Lie, Cheat and Steal” — Tasha Fox, Spenser Bledsoe and Jeremy Collins during the two-hour season finale of SURVIVOR, Wednesday, Dec. 16 (8:00-10:00PM, ET/PT), followed by the one-hour live reunion show hosted by Jeff Probst (10:00-11:00PM, live ET/delayed PT), on the CBS Television Network. Six contestants remained heading into the final episode: Spencer Bledsoe (season 28), Jeremy Collins (season 29), Tasha Fox (season 28), Kimmi Kappenberg (season two), Keith Nale (season 29) and Kelley Wentworth (season 29), and, in their final days in Cambodia, also contained the absolute craziest tribal council in the history of Survivor. The firefighter from Foxboro, Massachusetts took home the title of Sole Survivor and the $1 million check that goes with it after defeating Spencer Bledsoe and Tasha Fox unanimously in the finals.

However, Survivor: Cambodia – Second Chance (9Go! 7.30pm) is definitely all about redemption: those brave survivors who failed to fulfil their dreams the first time they were on the show get to come back and fail to fulfil their dreams again. After all, as depicted in the original inspiration for , the Highlander series, “There Can Be Only One”, so although 20 contestants got their second shot in this series, 19 of them will end it with their suspicions that they are born losers confirmed.

Kimmi Kappenberg from the Australian Outback made waves early on the season when she blindsided Monica for merely suggesting an all girls’ alliance. Overall, she agreed with me: this has been a one of the best seasons ever packed with great game play, delightfully fun personalities and mind-bending strategic moves. Let’s be clear: This was so confusing and unprecedented that it required Probst to explain via illustration, and even then it didn’t really make that much sense.

In a blind act of misplaced chivalry, Keith almost quit rather than make Kimmi leave, but ultimately reconsidered and joined the others in sending Kimmi to the jury. Heck, Tasha almost drowned and Joe fainted during competitions. “They really want this,” Shallow said. “No one is quitting.” Shallow visited Cambodia and met the cast at the start of the competition. It began when most reality formats were a mere gleam in a creatively bankrupt executive’s eye, and has survived the reality boom, the predictions of the end of the reality boom, and the unexpected continuation of the reality boom.

After Kelley won the next immunity challenge, that made him vulnerable, and he was voted out after declining to try using the awesome fake immunity idol that Kelley had made to fool the others. I honestly felt like Peih Gee and Vytas were trying to plant that bracelet against me. [Laughs] It wasn’t a big deal; I was just wondering what the heck had happened.

In fact, you might say that Survivor itself is tired and hackneyed, but nobody who has gazed upon the beauty of Jeff Probst’s fine chamois-leather skin could possibly say that. After Jeremy won the final immunity challenge, the question became whether he would want to take Spencer or Kelley to the final three with him and Tasha. After six votes in a row, the tall-haired host (seriously, it was more voluminous than normal, right?) named father-to-be Jeremy (his wife was expecting a baby boy!) the winner of Survivor: Second Chance.

Now, having almost drowned, one might say Tasha is deserving of victory in the finale: if nothing else, Survivor does reinforce the idea that pointless suffering merits great rewards. Further viewing: World’s Most Expensive Christmas (Nine, 8.30pm) will either make you feel inadequate, or smug about your well-ordered priorities, depending on your mood. But he’s also super strong in challenges. [He’s won a couple.] I could see him winning a final challenge and being in a power position to take whoever he wants to the end. Ok, ladies— just so we’re all clear— getting incredibly defensive and starting to cry when someone asks you a question is a dead giveaway that you are lying.

If it ends up being Tasha, Keith and Kimmi, Tasha will win.” CHANCE OF WINNING: Long shot at best Kelly Wentworth: “She does have some tight connections on the jury with Cass and Ciara and now Abi. But, Kimmi gets greedy to make a name for herself and at tribal council she gets called out at tribal by Spencer, who finds himself emboldened by the immunity necklace around his neck. Jeremy says that the hardest thing he’s had to do was not talk to Val, to miss his baby growing inside her and to not tell everyone that he’s going to have a son.

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