|"Let the Hunger Games Begin!"|
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Let the Hunger Games Begin! is the final episode of Survivor: Korea.
Challenge: The Final Four
There are 4 stages in this challenge. The first is called "Jellyfish Shuffleboard", a flash game requiring you to land a jellyfish on a regular shuffleboard and garner as many points as possible. Stage Two is a Confessional Quiz, where the finalists are given a list of confessionals, and to guess which previously eliminated contestants said what. Stage Three is a Rose Crossword, where contestants are to correctly place Korean words in the correct places. The final stage is a flash game called Papa Louie, and must save mutant pizzas, while racing against the clock. Through a token system, with specific amounts for each place, the finalist with the most tokens wins.
|“||It's been a very long road, and I am voting for you in hopes you don't make that FTC. You're a great player, and could very easily win that jury over tomorrow. I'm voting for you in hopes it's you and not me tonight, so, uh, goodbye.||”|
|“||I never thought that I'll be writing your name down. I was willing to go to the end with you, but that big move you made, it just gave you a higher chance on winning this game.||”|
|“|| Ugh, you b****rd. you have actually managed to outwit every single person out here, but not me. I know that taking you to the final 3 is the biggest mistake these people will ever do in this game, so consider this vote as my little protest. I will only write your name just one more time, when I vote you for Sole Survivor.
Good luck! :)
|“||Time and time again I right your name down. You've betrayed me before, so I return the favor.||”|
|“||Ryan, many times you have believed you are safe, well really, I am always 1, maybe even 2! Steps ahead of you! You're a great guy but Amir's like a brother, we've both taken and shot votes against each other but we have agreed to team back up and finish with a bang.||”|
|“||Although I was really hoping I wouldn't have to write this, here I am. It's been a long game, I've met some wonderful people, and got to enjoy over 2 months of playing on a replica of my favorite tv show. I have no regrets, nor bitterness, but rather confusion. Someone should give me the Kat Edorsson award for "Most Oblivious and Nieve Player", because I had practically no Idea what was going on in this game. Nevetheless, I'm happy for everyone in the Final 3, and can't wait to see what happens.||”|
Final Tribal Council
| Tribal Council 18:|
| Voted for|
Amir (8 votes)
Alejandro, Eddie, Explosion, Hunter, Ivan, Miggy, Monkey & Ryan
Aaron (1 vote)
Aston (0 votes)
| SECOND RUNNER-UP:|
| SOLE SURVIVOR:|
|“||What a ride, what a ride. This has been a great season. At first I thought I would take you to the end because you wouldn't get a vote. Now? I end up voting for you. Congrats....||”|
|“||Congratulations, man. You stayed on top of everything all the way through, and made a hell of a bigger explosion than I did. Take that money and run with it.||”|
|“||Even though I am tempted to vote Aston, I think Amir played the better game and deserves the win. So congrats Amir.||”|
|“||You were probably a big under dog at the start of this game. You weren't the biggest target. You weren't the most popular. You weren't seen as the biggest threat. But you found idols, you made smart moves, and you worked hard to playing the game you need to play to win this thing. I think you deserve it.||”|
|“||Aaron, I think you played a very solid game with few risks. You positioned yourself well throughout the entirety of the game and ensured your spot at the final. People tend to mistake quietness for passivity or complacency, but I believe you played with a deliberate strategy to appear passive whilst still remaining in control of your game. I hope it pays off. Well done.||”|
|“||I thought I was the one in control of the game, it turns out that you were the one who had control. You were smart in bringing Aston and Aaron to the final 3 because Aaron's speech and responses were very below average and Aston takes credit for blindsides which everyone knows I was behind.||”|
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- The title is a reference to Suzanne Collins' blockbuster trilogy of novels known as The Hunger Games.
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