'Survivor: South Pacific' finale: Sophie Clarke, Benjamin 'Coach' Wade or Albert Destrade, who won?

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"Survivor: South Pacific" came to an exciting close Sunday night (Dec. 18), as Sophie Clark was crowned the winner, defeating Benjamin "Coach" Wade and Albert Destrade in the final three. Sophie becomes the 10th female winner out of 23 seasons and the first female winner since "Heroes vs. Villains." Let's see how we got there ...The players are not happy with Albert post-tribal. He takes Brandon's necklace, but doesn't give it back to Brandon and then won't own up to it. Coach really takes Albert to task, even spewing some things about being made a fool of because of "Survivor." Um, you kind of bring that on yourself, dude, when you go on a show and act the way you act. The final duel is a total Mowgli challenge of hanging on a pole the longest. Ozzy wins, to the surprise of no one, though Ozzy struggles more than you think he will. Ozzy re-enters...


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