By John Powell – GlobalTV.com
On December 16th, the jury will pick the Sole Survivor. But before Jeff Probst snuffs the final torches, we have our picks in Part Two of our Survivor: Cambodia Awards. Enjoy!
The Rumble in the Jungle Award
The most heated confrontation during the season.
Winner: Peih-Gee Law versus Abi-Maria Gomes
Being accused of stealing goes beyond the game itself and turned into one of the nastiest feuds this season.
The Twila Tanner Award
Given to the player who made the biggest or most crucial move during the season.
Winner: Latasha “Tasha” Fox
After being approached by the other women, Tasha decides to turn her back on a female alliance and rat them out to the core alliance’s Spencer and Jeremy. If Tasha had joined Kimmi and rolled with the women, the game would have turned out very differently.
Winners: Jeremy Collins and Spencer Bledsoe
Throughout the entire series these two bros have been inseparable.
The Chuck Norris Award
Awarded to the gutsiest Survivor.
Winner: Joe Anglim
Even after losing Immunity, suffering a medical emergency and knowing he would be voted out, Joe stays in the game and fights to the very end. Let’s not forget his Individual Immunity streak either.
The Professor Charles Xavier Award
Awarded to the most evolved Survivor.
Winner: Spencer Bledsoe
Of all the returning players, Spencer was the one who evolved his game the most. Altering his personal approach to the competition and opening himself up to more emotional interactions improved his game beyond measure.
Rupert Boneham Construction Award
Winner: Orkun Tribe
The tribe has such a crappy shelter that Jeff Probst has to barter with the castaways and eventually build them a new shelter? How embarrassing.
You’ll Never Forget Them Award
Awarded to the Survivor some just love to hate.
Winner: Abi-Maria Gomes
Love her or hate her, it is undeniable that Abi-Maria was one of the biggest characters this season. She perhaps brought more drama than any of the other castaways combined. She stirred things up and brought out conflicting emotions in many viewers.
Born to be Wild Award
Winner: Keith Nale
Taking the motorcycle and everyone for a joyride was one of the very best scenes this season.