Finale BEST MOVE/WORST MOVE

Every Thursday on FSG Blog, we will be posting at least three “Best Moves” and three “Worst Moves” from the latest episode. It’s up to YOU to vote for what you consider to be the best and the worst move. If you disagree with the three options for best or worst moves, then select “Other” and then write an explanation in the Comments section below of the move that you consider to be the best or the worst. The results for this poll will be posted every Monday.

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Domenick’s fake idol bluff

Domenick didn’t have an immunity necklace at final six, and he didn’t want to play his idol because he would be potentially vulnerable at final five. So he decided to use the fake idol David Wright made to fool Jay in Millennials vs Gen-X and played it before the votes were read. This shook up Sebastian enough to get him to vote for Donathan, and Sebastian was voted out with the extra vote in his pocket. Although apparently Sea Bass’ feelings were hurt as a result, Dom’s brilliant gamble paid off.

 

Wendell giving his immunity idol to Laurel

Wendell won immunity at final five, so he didn’t need Erik’s idol from Fans vs Favorites and decided to play it on Laurel. He didn’t change the outcome of the vote, but he was able to secure a tighter bond with her as a result. Laurel of course would end up casting the deciding the tiebreaker vote for Wendell to win the game. Although Laurel most likely voted for Wendell because of their tight bond over 39 days and not because of this one move, Wendell’s decision still demonstrates his strong social skills throughout the game.

 

Wendell making fire at final four

Wendell would have been voted out at final four had the new fire making tie breaker rule not been in play (interestingly, the winner from last season, Ben Driebergen, would have also been voted out at final four if it were not for the fire challenge). Perhaps it was Wendell’s fire skills or the fact that he avoided sitting in the cursed orange Malolo chair, but either way, Wendell beat Angela and made it to final three so he could state his case to win a million dollars.

 

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Angela telling Dom about Sebastian’s advantage

Angela has been on the bottom for awhile now, and she finally had the chance to take out Domenick at final six by forming a voting bloc with Donathan, Laurel, and Sebastian with his extra vote. But instead of sticking to this plan, Angela decided to tell Dom about Sebastian’s advantage, and Angela’s “diarrhea of the mouth” blew up her own game.

 

Sebastian deciding not to use his extra vote

What is it with everyone misusing the extra vote advantage? Sebastian was planning on using the extra vote to get Dom out, but Dom’s bluff scared him and he decided not to play it. As a result, Sea Bass went home with the extra vote in his pocket.

 

Laurel deciding not to make a move against Wendell and Dom

The question on everyone’s minds this season was, when is Laurel going to make a move against Dom and Wendell? The answer turned out to be: never. Laurel’s last chance was at final six, when she could have sided with Sebastian (with his two votes) and Donathan to finally vote out Dom. Instead, she voted with Dom and Wendell yet again and lost her final opportunity to get one of them out.

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