Survivor Gabon: Earth's Last Eden
Say Goodbye to Gabon, Part 2
By Jim Van Nest, Survivor Analyst
January 9, 2009
And we start off with Charlie. He begins by asking the ladies a question. He asks about the time when Jeff made them rank themselves. They were both at the bottom. Why should they rank them at the top right now? Susie says that she never stopped trying, despite being underestimated the whole way through. Sugar says that she doesn't know and that he doesn't have to vote for her, but it would be nice. The last question is for Bob and he asks if all the cuddling at night for warmth might have been a little more enjoyable that he'd like to admit. Bob says that he thinks Charlie is a wonderful person and that he was nice and warm at night.
Next up is Crystal. She starts with Susie. She tells her that if coattail riding was her strategy, then she played perfectly, because she rode coattails all the way through. To Bob, she says that Sugar remote controlled him all through the game. She asks for an example of something he did on his own. He says that he did ride coattails and that he never needed to do anything differently. Finally for Sugar, she says that she never lied to her and she wants to know why Sugar voted her out. She says that it's because of the way she talks to people and the way she bullied people.
Third is Kenny. This should be good. He asks Susie why she deserves his vote. She goes on about how they were both underdogs and how she was just an ordinary housewife and she really believes that. I know. I don't know what the hell that means either. On to Sugar. He says that he really trusted her and that what she did really hurt him. He wants to know why she backstabbed him. She says that she had alliances with Bob and Matty and she thought he was a bigger threat than Susie and that's why she voted him out over Susie. She sheds some more tears, and Ken tells her that he doesn't believe her. I'm wondering, what would Ken have believed there? Next up is Bob. He goes back into the whole immunity necklace thing. Bob once again says that because Ken was trying to take him out, he became an enemy. Ken cuts him off by telling him that's not what he wanted to hear. I can only assume what he wanted to hear would have gone something like this: "Ken, I don't deserve to win the million dollars. Not as much as you do. You were so much better than me. You should be sitting here instead of me. Oh Ken, I really loved you so much and I never should voted you out. I wish that you would forgive me so we can go on a date sometime. Aw, Ken, you're right. I'm an asshole who went back on his word. If not for my assholishness, you'd be sitting up here getting ready for your unanimous victory as the mastermind of Survivor: Gabon."