Live Jeff shows us a peek at what happens when someone is voted out. They immediately get assessed by a doctor, and we learn that Spencer now weighs only 136 pounds. Wow, that’s insane. What was Trish then, -32? We also learn that Spencer’s mom thought he would be one of the first to go.
Back at camp, things are a little subdued -- instead of celebrating being the Final Three, they have to face another Immunity Challenge. Kass and Woo agree to take each other as long as Tony doesn’t win Immunity, but we’ll see.
Final Immunity Challenge time! And it’s a massive challenge, a huge maze of turnstiles. Some turn, some won’t, and they have to collect four medallions that are part of a cog puzzle that will raise a flag.
They show an overhead shot of the maze, and it’s even bigger than I thought. They all get the first medallion fairly quickly, but then Kass pulls slightly ahead of Tony and Woo. Kass gets stuck on her last one. Woo is the first one back to the puzzle, followed by Tony. Kass is last, but again catches up quickly. It’s super-close, but Woo wins Immunity just a second in front of Kass.
Can I take a moment now? Yay Woo! This is the first time in a very long time that one of my favorites has made it to the end. Go Woo!
So who does Woo take to the end? Kass or Tony? Probably Kass, but we’ll see.
Woo is super happy that he won Immunity, but now he has to deal with Tony and Kass talking his ear off about who he should take to Tribal Council. Now he’s not so happy.
And neither am I, because I have to listen to Tony and Kass expound the reasons why Woo can win against them, or rather not win against the other. And Kass manages to alienate me a little more by insulting Woo’s gameplay. He might not have been Khaos Kass (puke), but he did make some moves. His best move was probably sticking with his alliance instead of making moves to just make moves.
Woo’s problem is that he wants to take Tony, because Tony was in his alliance, but he also knows that taking Kass is probably the smarter option, but he doesn’t know if he wants to be that person. Be that person, Woo! It’s just a game!
Tribal Council time! Jeff tries to stir up some trouble by bringing up the fact that Tony has been "loyal" to Woo (because he never got the opportunity to turn on him). Is that supposed to make Woo feel bad? Woo thinks that getting rid of Spencer was because of loyalty to Woo. Umm, not really. Tony sees the opportunity and lays the loyalty talk on a little thick as well. Kass brings up the fact that Woo might be so loyal to Tony that he will lose a million dollars.
Jeff tries to get Woo to talk about what arguments Kass and Tony used on him. He basically refuses to answer and wants to get straight to the voting. Because he’s awesome.
And who did Woo vote for? He went with his heart, and he possibly gave away a million dollars, because he voted for Kass. Somebody give that boy a show, already!
Their last night at camp, Tony can’t stop hugging Woo, mostly because Tony knows that he wouldn’t have done the same. Woo hopes that the jury respects him sticking with his alliance, and not taking someone he didn’t like to the end, just to give himself a better chance at winning. Woo brings up his martial arts experience, where it’s more honorable to win against a stronger opponent.
The next morning, Woo and Tony wake up to a feast of eggs, croissants, sausage and bacon, but unfortunately, neither of them can cook. Still, everything probably tastes great compared to what they’ve been eating. There’s a note in the basket, so Tony has, of course, to hide it and check it out for himself.
What he finds is a scale and a mirror. Both of them have lost around 20 pounds.
Okay, Woo needs to win. He played by the martial arts rules that he lives by and was determined to play with integrity, which he did. He also wants to open his own studio, propose to his girlfriend and take care of his disabled mother. Just give him the money already!
Final Tribal council! Tony goes first. He says that he will answer all their questions honestly, and everything he did was a purely strategic decision. He also thanks Woo for bringing him to the end.
Woo goes into the five codes of Tae Kwon Do: respect, loyalty, integrity, discipline and harmony between mind and body, and how he tried to play the game by those tenets. He also brings up his mom and her heart transplant, which can’t hurt.
Sarah gets to ask the first question. She doesn’t really ask a question, but pretty much tells Tony that she’s not voting for him.
Jefra wants Tony to own up to his game. He does; what was she expecting? Tony does point out that she was the first one to think about flipping. He apparently doesn’t own it the way she wants him too; that’s a vote for Woo.