Survivor (2000–…): Season 14, Episode 13 - Survivor - full transcript

The winner of the car reward challenge tries to use the prize as a bargining chip.

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>> JEFF PROBST: Previously on

Survivor...

>> PROBST: As the last member of

the four horsemen alliance, Alex

became a potential swing vote.

>> At this point, obviously,

they're not all in agreement.

>> PROBST: In an effort to

better position himself, Alex

attempted to gather information

about the tribe's alliance.



>> It's all about observation

for me.

I'm trying to make sure I'm just

not seen or heard, kind of like

a ninja right now.

>> PROBST: And Alex learned that

Earl, Yau-Man, Cassandra, and

Dreamz had a pact to go to the

final four.

At a messy reward challenge...

Boo with a huge piece.

...Boo tore his way to victory.

Boo wins the challenge.

>> Finally.



>> PROBST: ...and sent Earl to

Exile Island...

>> Clue number two.

>> PROBST: ...where he read a

clue to the whereabouts of

another hidden immunity idol.

>> "Near a lonely tower of

rock."

I'll figure it out.

>> PROBST: Go!

In a tense immunity challenge...

Alex scaling to the top!

...Alex hung on for dear life.

Can he pull it off?

But lost his grip at the last

moment.

Boo wins immunity!

>> Yeah!

>> PROBST: Facing tribal

council...

>> PROBST: ...Alex tried to turn

Yau-Man's allies against him.

>> Yau-Man's going to eventually

have to leave, so why not

tonight?

>> PROBST: But Yau-Man felt

confident.

>> We all agree Alex needs to be

taken out, so I do not think I

will need to use my hidden

immunity idol.

>> PROBST: At tribal council...

First vote, Yau-Man.

...though Yau-Man's name came

up...

12th person voted out and the

sixth member of our jury.

...the tribe stayed true to its

alliance and voted Alex out of

the game.

Alex, the tribe has spoken.

Six are left.

Who will be voted out tonight?

>> I'm making a back path to the

water well.

Sneaky is fun.

I can't wait to try it out.

>> If he has it, then what

happens?

>> ...if we should have a

disagreement or something like

that.

>> The plan is actually to get

rid of Boo next.

Now that Alex is gone, Boo is

up.

You know, you want to get rid of

the stronger people and people

you're not sure if you can

trust.

So everybody agreed that Boo

would be the next person.

>> He's going to go into the

challenges really fighting to

win immunity.

>> Everybody be careful when

you're talking about everything,

even hand gestures.

You can see that.

>> At this point, I'm definitely

having fun.

There's a lot more sneaky

conservation, there's a lot more

combinations going in my head to

say, you know, "Who should be

the four I should have, and how

do I get that?"

Getting rid of Boo first would

make my life much, much better.

( theme song playing )

>> "This reward is big and will

put a smile on your face.

Doing good for others is a prize

you can't replace.

You'll have to move swiftly, and

you'd better be built tough.

Only by using some bold moves

will you be good enough."

>> Holy crap, y'all!

You know what that means?

It's a car.

>> I didn't even get my license

because I didn't have a car, and

I feel it'd be a waste of time

to just have a license sitting

in your pocket and no car.

I just want a car.

If we're playing for a car and

it has anything to do with

strength or agility or any of

that stuff, I'm guaranteeing you

I'll win the car today.

>> PROBST: Come on in, guys!

And then there were six.

All right, before we get to

today's challenge, I'm going to

show you what you're playing

for.

( cheering and applause )

>> That's an F-350!

>> PROBST: 2008 Ford Super Duty.

It can haul three tons.

It can tow 12 tons.

Dreamz, think you could handle

this truck?

>> You wouldn't believe what I'd

do for a truck like that.

>> PROBST: All right, for

today's challenge, you're going

to be tied together into two

teams of three.

You must maneuver over a series

of seesaws.

One person falls off,

everybody's got to go back to

the start.

Then you must crawl up and

through the cargo net tower.

You must then dig up a hatchet

buried in a sand pit.

The first team to chop their

rope and release the box wins

the first part of the reward.

That threesome will take this

truck and the box, which is

filled with school supplies, and

pick up a trailer that's

carrying a mobile school office

on it.

You're going to take all these

school supplies and the mobile

school office to a local school,

all of this made possible by our

good friends at Ford.

It's a very exciting day for the

school.

They, in turn, want to treat you

to a nice picnic lunch.

It'll be a fun afternoon.

But before you leave, the

winning threesome will compete

against each other to win the

2008 Ford Super Duty.

One more thing: the winner of

this challenge decides who goes

to Exile Island.

We'll divide you up, and we'll

get started.

We've drawn for teams: Dreamz,

Cassandra, Earl on the green

team; Yau-Man, Stacy, Boo on the

orange team.

Here we go.

First team to finish moves on to

the final round.

Survivors ready?

Go!

Everybody's belted together.

Got to maneuver over these

seesaws, cannot touch the

ground.

If you do, you have to go back

to the start.

Yau-Man, back to the start.

Orange back.

Dreamz, Cassandra, Earl doing

very well now with a bit of a

lead.

Yau-Man falls off.

Back to the start.

Yau-Man having a hard time.

Back to the start.

Dreamz, Cassandra, and Earl

nearly through the first leg of

this.

You're through, you're through.

Move on!

Boo, Stacy, Yau-Man, falling

behind quickly.

Cassandra, Dreamz, and Earl

making quick work of the cargo

crawl.

Yau-Man, Stacy, Boo losing a lot

of time on this leg.

Boo, Stacy, Yau-Man, they're

across!

They're in it!

Boo, Stacy, Yau-Man, you're

still in this!

Let's go!

Dreamz is out of the cargo

crawl.

Cassandra is stuck.

Boo, Stacy, Yau-Man are catching

up!

Cassandra's through.

Boo is not giving up.

He's pulling Stacy out!

Boo, Stacy, Yau-Man made up a

lot of time.

Nice truck on the line.

>> PROBST: Boo sticking with his

spot.

>> Come on, guys.

>> PROBST: Boo has the hatchet.

Got to get it unwrapped.

>> Go!

Hurry up!

>> Yeah, come on, come on!

>> PROBST: Boo, Yau-Man, Stacy,

moving on!

>> PROBST: All right, for this

next part of the challenge,

you're going to compete in an

ax-throwing competition.

You each have two intersecting

ropes.

Your goal is to cut both ropes.

First person to cut both their

ropes wins this challenge, wins

the 2008 Ford Super Duty.

That person is also in charge of

deciding who goes to Exile

Island.

Here we go.

Pick up your axes.

Ready, aim, fire!

Boo splits his first rope.

Yau-Man launches and just

misses.

Stacy falls short.

Stacy and Yau-Man, you got some

work to do.

Here we go, ready, aim, fire.

Yau-Man cuts his first rope.

Stacy low again.

Boo bounces off.

Boo and Yau-Man, both only have

one rope left to cut.

Ready, aim, fire.

Stacy throws first and misses.

Boo just misses.

>> Damn.

>> PROBST: Yau-Man launches.

Yau-Man breaks his second rope.

( cheering )

Yau-Man wins the 2008 Ford Super

Duty!

( applause )

>> PROBST: All right, Yau-Man,

congratulations.

>> Thank you.

So I want to see if I can make a

deal with the car.

>> PROBST: You're going to

negotiate with the car.

>> I'm going to negotiate a

deal.

>> PROBST: Okay.

>> First of all, Dreamz, how

badly do you need that car?

>> You know how bad I need a

car, Yau-Man.

I'm the only one out here

without a car.

I'm talking out of everybody

here.

>> Okay.

Here's the deal.

There are six of us left now,

right?

>> Yes.

>> When there are four of us

left, if you and I happen to be

one of the four, if that

happens, if you win the immunity

for that round, you will give it

to me.

>> I'll promise to God.

>> When there are four of us

left.

>> When there's four of us left,

if I win immunity.

>> PROBST: So I want to be

clear.

You're saying, "I'll give you

the truck, and the condition is

that if we're both in the final

four together, and you win that

immunity challenge"-- Dreamz

does, he'll give it to you.

>> Right.

>> PROBST: Knowing you can't

enforce it.

It's his word.

>> It's his word.

It's his word.

>> I give you my word.

>> His word is good.

>> PROBST: Regardless what

happens, you get voted out at

the next tribal council...

>> He still has the truck.

>> PROBST: You're willing to

take that risk?

>> Yes.

>> Yes!

>> PROBST: All right, Dreamz,

hop up on the platform.

That truck is yours, my man.

( applause )

>> You need a truck a lot more

than I do.

>> Thank you so much.

>> Enjoy it.

>> PROBST: Yau-Man, you have one

decision left to make.

From the three of you left, who

are you sending to Exile Island?

>> Myself.

>> PROBST: You're sending

yourself?

>> Yau-Man is an amazing dude.

I don't get it, and I'm not

going to try.

Yau-Man is an amazing guy.

>> PROBST: Yau-Man, you're the

first person ever in the history

of Survivor to go from winning a

truck to not having a truck and

going to Exile Island.

The boat's waiting for you.

>> Enjoy.

Have a good picnic lunch.

>> PROBST: Yau-Man, you will

return in time for the next

immunity challenge.

>> All right.

>> PROBST: All right, Cassandra,

Earl, nothing for you.

Head on back to camp.

Dreamz, here's how it's going to

work.

We're going to load your truck

on to our barge.

We're going to float you up

river until we can get access to

a road.

You're going to drive to the

school.

I'll be waiting for you there.

In the meantime, check out your

new ride.

>> Whoo!

>> Well, today is the reward

challenge.

As the winner, I get to pick

someone to go to Exile Island.

Earl has been to Exile Island

once too many times, and I don't

think Cassandra would survive at

all.

So I end up electing myself to

go to Exile Island.

I think that's the first time

that has happened.

I feel very good about giving

Dreamz that car.

Certainly, that is the biggest

gift I have given so far in my

entire life.

He has the opportunity to

really, really change his life,

and I am very glad I'm able to

do that, even though it's based

on a strategic move.

My worry has been always when I

get to the final four, Dreamz

will probably be there, and I

need a way to get rid of Dreamz.

So I made Dreamz the offer that

if and when we get to the final

four together, that if he wins

immunity, he has to give it to

me.

I was very surprised he said yes

without much hesitation.

By giving away the truck is the

best way to get rid of my

biggest competitor, and I have

pretty much guaranteed myself a

free pass at the final four.

All right!

Electing myself to come to Exile

Island also gives me the

opportunity to get the third

clue, which would help me find

the rehidden immunity idol.

Clue number three: "Towards the

distant mainland mountains, down

the beach, if you are pining for

treasure, it's within your

reach."

The third clue pretty much

pinpoints whether the rehidden

immunity idol is located.

I will need to share it with

Earl.

Hopefully one of us will find

it.

>> Yau-Man gave me a Ford F-350

2008.

I couldn't believe it.

Everything was so nice about the

truck, and it's all mine.

The other part of the reward is

to stop by and pick up a trailer

with, like, an office in it.

And then we go deliver a whole

bunch of school supplies to a

bunch of kids who really needed

the school supplies, you know.

>> I can't wait to see the look

on those children's faces.

>> I want to see the kids.

>> Me too.

( horn honking )

>> Come on, guys!

( cheering )

>> The big part of the reward

was giving a big box of school

supplies to these children and

these administrators at the

school, this very small school.

There was all kinds of stuff in

it.

There was sporting equipment,

school uniforms, jump ropes and

soccer balls, footballs.

Their faces just lit up.

That was just one of the most

amazing experiences I think I've

had in my life.

>> PROBST: Now we have something

for the teachers.

Come on over.

Thanks, Boo.

>> What we had for the teachers

was a mobile teachers' office.

( woman gasping )

>> It had a sofa in there, air

conditioning.

They had a computer, a copy

machine.

They had the best school around

now.

>> I think it will help

children.

It will lift the level of

achievement that they have, I

hope.

( laughter )

>> Boo, you blend in over there.

>> Dreamz, I'm from the USA,

America, a long ways away.

>> I like both of them.

It's warm here.

It's real cold over there.

You ever been to America?

>> No.

>> No?

This is my first time here.

It was a day that I'll remember

forever.

When I just got that brand-new

truck, it was my next step up.

And when these kids got this

stuff for the classroom, they

knew that was their next step

up.

I related to them 100%.

But I was thinking, when Yau-Man

gave me the car, what did he

gain out of that?

And then I thought about his

strategy.

If I give Yau-Man immunity off

my neck, I'm gone.

So the best thing for me to do

is to get rid of him before he

makes it to the final four.

>> Yeah.

What do you think?

>> I guess.

>> Yeah.

>> Pure strategy.

That truck was pure strategy.

It was a nice thing to do.

It was a real kind thing to do.

But the deal that Yau-Man set

up, he was actually trying to

accomplish getting rid of me

without literally saying, "Let's

get rid of Dreamz," because he

knows that me, Earl, and

Cassandra are going to stick

together and make it to the top

three.

I ain't going out like that.

I mean, not that I'm a snake or

nothing, but he let me realize

that this is a game, you know

what I mean?

If we make it to the final four

and I win immunity, I will give

Yau-Man the immunity necklace

because I appreciate what he did

for me, and I wouldn't want my

son to not be a man of his word.

That puts me in a bind of either

I got to get Yau-Man out of this

game before the final four or

lie and look like a total liar

and people not trust me again.

I know it sounds crazy, but we

got to play for us, take Yau-Man

out.

And if Earl get in the way, we

might have to take him out too,

but I doubt it.

I want to take Boo out before

Earl.

I still want to make it me, you,

and Earl to be top three.

>> You don't think it's

dangerous keeping Boo around

longer?

>> No.

...we have a couple of more

times to take out Boo, you know

what I mean?

>> Uh-huh.

It is tempting to consider

getting rid of Yau-Man.

He's a strong candidate, and I

think if he's in the number-one

or two position, he's going to

have quite a few of jury's votes

on his side.

Hey, Boo!

But Boo is a huge threat.

I mean, physically he's stronger

than Earl.

So I think, you know, if he

continues with winning immunity,

then he's a threat to our entire

alliance.

>> PROBST: Come on in, guys!

We'll now bring in Yau-Man,

returning from Exile Island.

>> Yau-Man!

>> Yau.

( applause )

>> PROBST: Dreamz, since Yau-Man

wasn't with you, anything you

want to share about how nice

that Ford Super Duty rides?

>> Thank you, thank you, thank

you.

It was... it was lovely.

>> I'm glad you enjoyed it.

Keep enjoying it.

>> I think I will.

>> PROBST: Okay, you guys ready

to get to today's challenge?

>> Let's do it.

>> PROBST: First thing's first.

Boo, I'll take back the immunity

necklace.

Thank you.

Once again, immunity is back up

for grabs.

For today's challenge, all six

of you will start on a platform.

You will each have a ball

attached to a long rope.

Your goal is to throw the ball

through a hoop and pull down a

balance beam, which you will

then cross to the finish.

The first four to finish move on

to the next round, where we will

do it again.

The first two to finish move on

to the final round.

For the final round, you will

once again lower a balance beam.

This time when you cross the

beam, you will cross to a very

small perch, where you will use

a grappling hook to retrieve a

buoy out in the water.

First person to get their buoy

wins immunity.

We'll draw for spots, and we'll

get going.

First four to finish move on to

the next round.

Survivors ready?

Go!

Dreamz having no trouble.

He hooks his balance beam and is

lowering it.

Dreamz is moving on.

Three more people moving on.

Cassandra throws her entire rope

and ball.

She's going to have to get in

and get wet to get it.

Yau-Man with a nice toss, just

misses.

Stacy not close.

Boo connects, lowering his

balance beam.

Earl connects, lowering his

balance beam.

Boo is across, joining Dreamz.

Earl needs to get across that

beam.

He barely makes it.

>> But I did.

>> PROBST: Dreamz, Boo, and Earl

are in the final.

We're looking for one more

person.

Cassandra taking a long time to

get back to her platform.

Yau-Man hooks his hoop.

Yau-Man, Dreamz, Boo, and Earl

moving on to the next round.

First two to finish move on to

the final round.

Survivors ready?

Go!

Yau-Man loops his.

Dreamz just misses.

Yau-Man making his way across

the balance beam.

Hangs on.

Yau-Man moving on.

Boo lowers his balance beam.

Boo's got to get across.

Boo and Yau-Man moving on to the

final.

Here we go, for immunity.

Survivors ready?

Go!

Boo almost falls off his

platform.

Yau-Man short.

Boo trying to lean it in.

Boo lowers his balance beam.

He's making his way across.

Boo now navigating a second

balance beam.

Boo is across to the perch.

Yau-Man, got to keep working.

Boo with the grappling hook now

has to retrieve the buoy.

That might do it.

Getting closer and closer.

Boo wins immunity!

Boo, come back over.

Boo once again safe at tribal

council.

Dreamz, Stacy, Cassandra, Yau-

Man, Earl, one of you going home

at the next tribal council.

Head on back to camp.

>> I might go get some wood.

>> Boo, boo.

>> I'm extremely stoked to win

immunity this time.

I think I noticed

disappointment, people talking

like "Okay, plan B" after I won

immunity.

So I'm not sure if that's the

case, but I was extremely happy

that I won.

>> I was wondering how you were

doing over there on Exile.

>> Good.

I did manage to stay dry.

>> When I came back to camp, I

had all three clues.

The third one pretty much

pinpoints where the rehidden

immunity idol is located.

As promised, I shared it with

Earl.

...and it's quotes...

>> It's a pine tree.

And it's hollow.

>> It's hollow.

So it's inside the hollow of a

pine tree.

>> Okay.

Inside the hollow of the pine

tree.

I'll be able to find it.

Yau-Man came back from Exile

Island with news.

So we're just hoping to find

that other hidden immunity idol,

and then Yau will have one, and

I will have one.

The first clue told me that it

was in a tree and easy to reach.

The second clue told me that it

was near a tower of rock.

How do I get up there?

And then, when I got the third

clue that it was a pine tree and

the hollow of a pine tree,

that's what did it.

So I started looking at pine

trees.

Oh!

( laughing )

Well, well, well.

There you go.

We are in business.

Yau and myself, we trust each

other 100%, and that's why we

are where we are now.

We have two idols, man.

Just think, we used to share an

idol, and now, go figure, we

both have our own immunity idol.

( laughter )

>> No, it was kind of hard.

It was... it was a lot of pine

trees.

>> You were gone a long time.

I was getting worried.

>> Yeah, I mean, I had...

>> I was hoping Boo didn't wake

up and ask me where you went.

Well, at this point, Earl and I

each have our own hidden

immunity idol.

With that, we will certainly

guarantee our place at the final

four, and with my deal I made

with Dreamz, I will guarantee

myself a place in the final

three.

>> This is the deal.

Yau's pretty smart, okay?

As you know, he wants me, him,

Earl, and Cassandra, which

knocks you out of the top four.

You get what I'm saying?

And that's not what I want to

do.

I want to get rid of Yau today.

We get rid of Yau today, you'll

be back in the top four.

You get what I'm saying?

You feeling me on this?

Yau has the immunity idol, so

he's going to use it in the top

five.

And then I give him my idol in

the top four.

So that puts him two spots up.

>> I was a little concerned that

I would be next today, but

Dreamz came up with another

idea.

He said if he wins immunity when

there's four people left, he

would give it to Yau-Man if Yau-

Man was still in the game.

So if Yau-Man is not in the

game, then, really, Dreamz

didn't go against him, you know,

in that deal.

So how many votes will be going

to Yau-Man?

>> Just you and me right now.

>> Hey.

>> Cassandra, any plan that I

planned hasn't worked out so

far.

Nothing that I planned worked so

far, because we always switched

it at the last minute, you know,

but we got to take Yau out.

If you ever want to help me, now

is the time.

>> Uh-huh.

>> I'm with Dreamz's plan.

I'm willing to do it.

>> Okay.

>> Are going to help me?

>> Yeah, I'm with the plan.

Yeah, I'm with you.

>> Are you going to help us?

>> Uh-huh.

>> Tonight's vote will be Yau-

Man.

>> So he won't even know what

hit him.

Make him think that Stacy's

going.

>> Yep.

>> Okay, all right.

There's definitely a risk

involved in voting Yau-Man.

The pros about it is that

looking down the line, if Yau-

Man is still in the game and he

makes it to one and two

position, that he'd be a

difficult competitor to beat.

The con is, though, that if he

uses the immunity, that I will

have burned two bridges, one

with Earl and one with Yau-Man,

and they're two valuable

bridges.

>> Can we talk to you for a

minute?

>> I mean, the key right now is

getting Yau-Man and Earl to

believe that they don't need to

use the immunity idol at this

point.

>> I don't think any of us did,

but I don't have any hard

feelings, you know.

Like, at this point, if Boo

didn't get immunity, it would be

smarter to remove him at this

point.

It's just who is the smarter

person to remove at which time?

That's all.

>> Kudos to Boo.

He saves himself.

So by default, it's Stacy.

Stacy already realized that

possibility and accepts her fate

and is going down with dignity.

She knows it's her time.

>> I can't do anything about the

numbers, you know?

Like, I cannot.

My hands are tied.

If I could, I would, but I

can't.

>> I like that.

I mean, I really, really respect

that.

>> Yeah.

>> I know.

At this point, you know, while

we're all planning to vote Stacy

out, I am still very much in

tune with what's going on around

me.

>> Yau?

>> Oh, please.

I had to make the best deal I

can with it.

Thanks for making the deal.

>> Look, I'm not dumb, Yau.

>> No.

>> I'm not dumb, I'm saying.

>> No.

>> I know your strategy is to

take me out at three, and it's a

good strategy.

>> At this point, I'm quite sure

that people like Dreamz

certainly see me as a threat.

So far, in my conversation with

everybody, it seems to be still

all right.

But on the other hand, I will

never be 100% sure.

>> PROBST: We'll now bring in

the members of the jury: Rocky,

Lisi, Michelle, Edgardo, Mookie,

and Alex, voted out at the last

tribal council.

All right, at the reward

challenge, you were all playing

for a truck.

Yau-Man wins the truck and

immediately begins a negotiation

with you, Dreamz.

Tell me how that went down.

>> After Yau-Man won the truck,

he wanted to make an agreement.

He said if I make it to the

final four, and he's still

there, and I win immunity, to

give it to him.

And I was like, "Deal!"

You know, that's nothing to me.

So he gave me the truck.

I'm a great man of my word.

I owe Yau-Man to get the

immunity at final four, and I'm

going to see to it that I do get

it at final four.

>> PROBST: So, Yau-Man, what do

you expect from Dreamz in that

negotiation?

>> I expect Dreamz to live up to

his word.

It's a risk that he will renege

on it.

Certainly the bigger risk is

that the next two rounds there's

a big target on my back, so I

don't make it to the final four.

But I thought it's worth that

risk.

The other part also is Dreamz

needs the car, and that's my big

heart, let him have the car.

>> PROBST: Let's talk about the

hidden immunity idol.

It's come out that Yau-Man, at

least at one point, had it.

Who knows who has it now?

Boo, you worried?

>> It doesn't matter to me who

has it at this point.

>> PROBST: Cassandra, do you

believe that?

>> No, it definitely matters who

has the idol.

I mean, the idol can be used in

the next two tribal councils.

And I think that's critical to

the game, who has the idol.

>> PROBST: Million-dollar

blunder, Earl, if you have the

idol and don't play it and get

voted out.

>> You definitely have to gauge

when you're going to need it.

We're in the top six, so every

single time we come here, you're

a target.

There's no guarantees for

anything.

And now we got to start eating

each other, so that's when you

really start to worry.

>> PROBST: Stacy, how scared are

you tonight that it's you?

>> I'm worried just because I'm

a late-comer in this alliance,

and I think that before they

cannibalize each other, they may

want to try to get me out.

But I guess I'll find out

tonight.

>> PROBST: Dreamz, how about

you?

>> I'm definitely worried,

because me saying that I'll give

him the immunity idol at four,

people be like, "Oh, I can't let

him get to four."

I mean, so I would think Yau-Man

would try to protect me a little

bit until four, but you can

never tell.

You know, we haven't talked

about it.

>> PROBST: Stacy, what do you

think will be the result from

tonight's vote?

>> I think that everyone wants

to seem like they're playing

nice, but I think that there's

going to be lines drawn and

there's going to be division

amongst the tight-knit alliance,

because I don't think that it's

all going to be a vote one way

or the other.

I think it's going to be split.

>> PROBST: Well, there's

obviously a lot of uneasiness

surrounding this vote tonight.

If you have the idol and you

need to play it, you would

present it to me before I read

the votes.

Boo has individual immunity.

You can't vote for him.

Everybody else is fair game.

It's time to vote.

Earl, you're up.

>> Good-bye, Stacy.

Sorry, it's your turn.

Good luck.

>> Sorry, bro, that's how the

game goes.

>> PROBST: I'll go tally the

votes.

If anybody has the hidden

immunity idol and feels they

need to play it, now is the time

to do so.

Yau-Man is playing the hidden

immunity idol.

Yau-Man's immune from tonight's

vote.

Any votes cast for Yau-Man do

not count.

I'll read the votes.

First vote, Stacy.

Yau-Man.

That vote does not count.

One vote Stacy.

Stacy.

Two votes Stacy.

Yau-Man.

That vote does not count.

Stacy, you have two votes.

There are two votes left.

The best you can hope for is a

tie with another person.

Which means if this next vote is

for Yau-Man, you're going home.

It's Yau-Man.

13th person voted out and the

seventh member of our jury,

Stacy.

Stacy, the tribe has spoken.

It's time for you to go.

Well, there's still the

possibility that yet another

hidden immunity idol might come

into play.

The last time you can use it is

at the next tribal council.

Grab your torches, head back to

camp.

Good night.

>> PROBST: Stay tuned for scenes

from our next episode.

>> PROBST: Next time on

Survivor, will Dreamz make it

to the final four and win

immunity?

>> My fate was sealed when I

took the truck.

>> PROBST: And if so, will he

honor his deal with Yau-Man?

>> I am an honorable person.

I am Dreamz.

>> PROBST: Join us for one of

the most tension-filled Survivor

finales ever.

>> Tonight I gambled.

I was hoping that Yau-Man

wouldn't pull out the hidden

immunity idol, which he did, and

I was outvoted.

I don't think I've ever been

tested in so many different

ways.

Making it 36 days is a big

accomplishment, and I hope that

I've made my friends and my

family proud.

I did my personal best and

definitely walk away with a big

smile.