‘Survivor: Edge of Extinction’ names its winner


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Warning: If you don’t want to know who won “Survivor: Edge of Extinction,” go read something else and come back after you’ve watched the episode. Otherwise, read on.

One of the most enjoyable and entertaining “Survivor” seasons (debate among yourselves) ended in suitable fashion with one mind-blowing event after another.

Two players saved some of their biggest moves for the last episode.

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Meet the cast of ‘Survivor: Edge of Extinction’

Rick Devens, the 33-year-old morning news anchor from Macon, Georgia, arguably played a near perfect game, the first to win his way back from the Edge of Extinction — the island exile voted off players were sent this season — and then surviving being voted off again by winning immunity or finding hidden immunity idols.

In the season finale, he pulls off his biggest moves.

After Rick, once again a target, saves himself by playing a hidden idol, he goes right out and finds another — but not before salting the jungle with two fake idols.
At Tribal Council, with five players remaining, it was an idol-palooza. Rick has the immunity necklace and his latest hidden idol, which he plays on the behalf of Gavin; Chris has an idol (more on that later), and Lauren and Julie have the fake idols. Lauren, who had been salivating wanting to get Rick out is instead sent packing.

Chris Underwood, a 25-year-old district sales manager from Greenville, South Carolina, provides the biggest entertainment of the evening.

Chris was the second player voted …read more

Source:: The Mercury News – Entertainment

      

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