Once upon a time, there were two guys. One of them was named Russell, also known (at least back then) as the evil incarnate, with a plan to control everybody's feelings so he can manipulate them and use them for his own purposes. While it meant his tribe went down the pan, it did work: he's got Jaison, Mick and Natalie under his belt, and they're holding fort over the next three days.
The other guy was named Brett, a guy who's been quiet--too quiet. His tribe's been winning a lot of challenges, but were slowly decimated after the merge, after their complacency (and stupid strategies, according to John) saw them defenseless against Russell and his relentless gang. But he's still around, and he kicked everything up a notch later in the game, putting the foursome in a slight tizzy, especially now, in the most crucial moment.
It's the Survivor: Samoa finale: two hours of challenging, questioning, sentimental goodness, powered by shill willpower and the million dollars at the end of the line. Well, three, if you count the reunion show, but by then someone's already won. Will the Foa-some keep their dominant hold on the game, at least until they have to face each other? Will Brett keep the Galu flag standing and propel himself to a come-from-behind win? Will any of this matter to the jury? Okay. Done establishing. Start telling.
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