They may not have won the title of Sole-Survivor but Gavin Whitson and Julie Rosenberg are proud of their Survivor experiences. What makes them and some fans a little bit sour though is the role the Edge of Extinction played in the final jury vote.
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Forget about Russell Hantz. Forget about Susan Hawk. Forget about Jonny Fairplay too. This season’s Survivor winner might go down as the most controversial ever. Chris Underwood was voted out on Day 8, won his way back in on Day 35 and went on to win Survivor: Edge of Extinction.
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12 days in the game. 27 days on the Edge of Extinction. 1 Survivor winner. Chris Underwood, the sales manager from South Carolina, has become the 38th Survivor winner. Chris returned to the game on Day 35 from the Edge of Extinction after being voted out on Day 8 to win the game. Chris beat fellow finalists Gavin Whitson and Julie Rosenberg. He received 9 votes, Gavin 4 votes and Julie none.
It is all down to just six Survivors. One of them will make their mark in Survivor history while the rest will dream of what could have been. In a season full of twists and turns we present the winners of our Survivor: Edge of Extinction Awards.
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As they always do, the Survivors adjusted their strategy giving us some unforgettable moments. It is that time of the season when we reward those accomplishments and chastise those who failed to impress for one reason or another, with a wink and a nod, of course.
We have our final five. Victoria Baamonde, Rick Devens, Lauren O'Connell, Julie Rosenberg, and Gavin Whitson will brawl for it all to become the sole -survivor on next Wednesday's finale of Survivor: Edge of Extinction. This season’s finale is not as straightforward as it might appear though as we will have a final six not a final five. The winner of the last Edge of Extinction competition will win their way back into the game.
The Survivor Gods deliver their own brand of justice. It often stings right to the bone. Ron Clark was as sneaky as a Venus flytrap. He admitted bringing Gavin Whitson on the family reward not to give him a real honeymoon but to reel him in. He gave Rick Devens what amounted to a useless and expired power in an attempt to bamboozle him. These moves should be no surprise to viewers though as Ron has played a sly and unscrupulous game since the start.
With only three episodes left in the season it was later for Wardog but strutting around the island as a godfather talking down to people is a sure way to make sure you will eventually be sleeping with the fishes. The fact that the decision was unanimous speaks volumes about Wardog’s gameplay. The jury’s celebratory reaction to Wardog’s boot at Tribal Council was another in a long line of strange occurrences with this season’s jury.
It isn’t a shocker that with only 10 players left the remaining the castaways finally got the bright idea to target the two remaining returning players who were proving to be massive threats.