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This is the 14th episode and season finale of Survivor: Honduras
Previously on Survivor...
Thirty-five days ago, eighteen Americans were stranded in Honduras were they had to survive the elements and each other. They were divided into two tribes, Mocorón and Nakunta. From the very first challenge, the Mocorón tribe dominated. They went on to win seven straight challenges including four reward challenges and three immunity challenges. Nakunta only had one taste of tribal victory when they won their only challenge of Day 12 and sent Mocorón to tribal. At the merge, the former Nakunta members were outnumbered 8-4 by the former Mocorón members. However, the majority alliance on Mocorón had other plans. Three former Mocorón members were sent home before any Nakunta members. After that it alternated between who was sent home. It was Nakunta and then Mocorón members until it was down to five remaining members. Two former Nakunta members and three former Mocorón members remain. Being down, can either one of the Nakunta members survive and win it all or will Mocorón continue to dominate through John's stranglehold on the game.
Five are left. Who will eliminated and who will be the Sole Survivor?
Immunity Challenge: House of Cards
Each competitor has 150 wooden tiles. They must use the tiles to build a house of cards up to certain height. The first person to reach the target height wins..
Final Immunity Challenge: The Caratasca Maze
The castaways head into a labyrinth of passages, corridors, and turns. They have to reach five stations with bags of puzzle pieces. After collecting all five bags, the castaways must spell out a phrase, "Caratasca Means Safety". First one to spell out phrase wins immunity.
The final five returned to camp. Alison and Connie were shocked that either one of them were still there in the game. Alison was certain that is was her who was going to be sent home when she saw her name. She didn't think that John would have taken out Matt as early as he did. She was just happy that she was still in the game.
Connie wasn't as shocked as Alison. Her name didn't come up and she knew that the core alliance was still together with John, Kat and Taylor. There was no way they could be broken up unless the final Nakunta member won the final immunity challenge, but the chances of that happening were slim to none. She just resigned herself to her fate and slipped into the shelter with Alison.
John, Kat and Taylor were at the tribe flag. Taylor and Kat were sitting in the beach chairs and John was standing next to them. He was happy. He knew it was a little early to celebrate but he just wanted to say it anyway. He said, "We did it. We made it to the end."
"It's not the end yet," Taylor replied, "We still have two more immunity challenges left. If one of the other two wins final immunity, we are screwed. One of us will be sent home."
"We'll just have to make sure that one of us wins no matter what. We can't let either one of them win," Kat added, "This is it. This is the final stretch. We take this, we take the game. We can't fail now."
"You're right. This is our game to lose now," John said, "Let's go out there and claim victory."
House of Cards
"Come on in, guys!" Jeff called to them. The final five walked out and stood on the mat. Jeff said, "Are you guys ready to get to today's immunity challenge? First things first. John, I'll take that back."
John walked over to Jeff and Jeff took the immunity necklace off and placed it on the pole. Jeff said, "Immunity is back up for grabs. For today's challenge, each of you will have 150 wooden tiles. You must use the tiles to build a tower tall enough to pass the ten foot mark on a height marker next to your tower. The first person to reach ten feet high wins immunity. We'll draw for spots."
Moments later, the castaways were ready and Jeff told them to start. Each one started to build the base of the tower. Alison and Taylor just made a square with two tiles on top and started building like that. Kat did something similar but used a triangle instead. Connie just started to stack them like they were playing cards. John built a larger base than the others. He combined the square and triangle techniques.
About half an hour passed, and everyone's towers were still being built. John, Alison and Kat's towers were in the lead at around six feet tall. After the first two layers, John adopted Kat and Alison's strategy of using the square shape as support. Connie and Taylor were behind at around five feet tall. So far not a single tower had fallen yet until Connie accidently knocked her arm into her tower and sent it crumbling down. She let out a sigh as she started to build again.
Another ten minutes passed and John's tower was reaching the eight foot mark. He was closely followed by Alison. Kat had slipped behind the two of them when her top three layers fell down. Taylor had caught up to her and Connie was still recovering from her total collapse. Several more minutes passed and John was speeding up his building by using Connie's strategy now of using the triangle shape. Alison was still with her strategy and was neck and neck with John as they crossed eight feet. Kat and Taylor were falling out of it and Connie was nowhere near eight feet.
Fifteen minutes passed and Alison and John were over nine and a half feet tall. Both of them were within inches of winning. There towers were not a sturdy as they once were so they had to slow things down. John put another tile on and it was a couple of inches too short. Alison put another tile on herself and was the same as John's tower. John felt that Alison was close and he put on another tile. This time it was standing up longways and he hoped it would fall and send his tower down. Alison did the same. John let go right before Alison and his tower was steady enough over ten feet to give him the win.
"John wins immunity!" Jeff announced. As if on cue, John's tower collapsed followed by Alison's tower. John walked over to Jeff and everyone else walked over to the mat. Jeff put the immunity necklace around John's neck and said, "John is safe at tribal tonight. As for the rest of you, one of you will be going home. I'll see you tonight."
|“||Alison came too close to winning for my liking. She has to go now. I don't want her to spoil the fun an win the next immunity challenge. Kat and Taylor will be on board. It's time for Alison to go.||”|
Day 37 Tribal Council
The five walked in the tribal council area and sat down. Jeff said, "Now we'll bring in the members of the jury. Adam, Conner, Jessica, Susan, Tina, and Matt voted out at the last tribal council."
The jury members sat down, and Jeff went on, "Let's talk about today's immunity challenge. For the second time, Alison, you almost beat John for immunity and by seconds, he beat you. Do you think those seconds cost you this game?"
"Not this game," Alison said, "It probably cost me a couple of days. The one challenge that would cost me this game is the final immunity challenge if I am around to compete in it. I could have won this one and lost the other one and still be gone. So the thing I lost was only a day or two. I know where I stand. It's on the bottom. But the chances are that my performance today did seal my fate. I was so close to winning and Connie was dead last in the challenge. I'm almost certain that I'm gone so there is not a big threat in the next immunity challenge."
"Do you guys agree with that?" asked Jeff.
"Yes," Kat said.
Taylor and Connie nodded.
John said, "I do agree with that. She is threat. She could win the next one depending on what it is. I can't take that chance. She has to go in order for us three to make to the end."
"By us three, I assume that you are talking about yourself, Kat and Taylor?"
"That's correct. We are the Power of Three. We have been around since Day 1. We were in the shadows in the beginning but we slowly revealed ourselves and now we are here," John replied.
"Okay then," Jeff said, "Let's get this started. Connie, you're up."
|“||You and I both know it's a throwaway vote.||”|
|“||It's not you. It's me. I have to vote for someone that isn't me.||”|
|“||You were too good today. Sorry, girl.||”|
|“||It's just the nature of the game.||”|
|“||I agree with John. You were too close today. I don't want my spot jeopardized.||”|
Jeff left and returned with the urn. He said, "The person with the highest number of votes will be asked to leave the tribal council area immediately. I'll read the votes. First vote: Taylor. Second vote: Taylor. Third vote: Alison. Fourth vote: Alison. We are tied at two votes Alison, two votes Taylor. We have one vote left. The 14th person voted off of Survivor: Honduras and the seventh member of our jury: Alison.
"Alison, that's three votes, that's enough. Please bring me your torch," Jeff said. Alison took her torch and sat it in front of Jeff. He snuffed her torch and said, "Alison, the tribe has spoken."
Alison walked out of the tribal council area and Jeff turned to the final four and said, "One more vote stands between you and the final tribal council. Go ahead and head out. Goodnight."
|Tribal Council 14:|
Alison (3 votes)
John, Kat, Taylor
Taylor (2 Votes)
|“||I knew this was coming. I was too good in the challenge today and that frightened John, Kat and Taylor so they got rid of me. To be honest, I would have done the same in their shoes. So I leave this game with no regrets and no hard feelings. I wish all of them the best of luck.||”|
Still in the Running
John, Kat, Taylor and Connie woke up on the day of their final immunity challenge. Connie climbed up onto the rock that Susan had always stayed on when Susan was still in the game. Connie sat there and she knew that she had to win immunity. That was her only hope. Connie knew the chances of that were slim to none. With John owning almost every challenge in this game and Kat being right behind him, Connie was outmatched in every way. She was going to fight her hardest in the coming challenge.
|“||This is it. This is my one chance to make it to the very end. I am the odd one out. If I lose immunity, I can't turn any of those three on each other. They made a deal to reach the Final Three together and there they are. They are on the doorstep of the Final Three. I am the only thing standing in their way.||”|
John was sitting in one of the beach chairs. John was going to give his all in the challenge. He didn't have to win it. He just had to make sure Connie didn't win the challenge. They were one challenge away from fulfilling the deal made on Day 1. The Power of Three would become the Final Three. He wasn't going to let Connie ruin the plan he had put in place over a month ago.
He turned to Kat who was in the other chair. He said, "If I don't win, you better claim the victory today. We can't let Connie win."
"I know. I don't want to sound overconfident but I don't think Connie can compete with us. She has never won a challenge by herself," Kat said.
"That's true," John said.
Taylor approached the two of them with a piece of paper in her hand. She said, "Tree mail for today."
Kat left and returned with Connie so the four of them could read the message together. When all four of them were there, Taylor started to read it. It read, "The time has come for the four of you to compete in your final immunity challenge, but first you must pay tribute to your fallen comrades before competing. Gather yourself for today is the day that could get you to the end or the day that could be your end."
John smiled, "It's time."
The four of them left camp and headed off towards the Rights of Passage ceremony and then the final immunity challenge.
The Rites of Passage
The final four arrived at the Rites of Passage. The four of them remembered the survivors that didn't make it to this point in the game. Starting with Paul and ending with Alison who was voted out the night before. When they were finished, the four of them continued on to the final immunity challenge.
The Caratasca Maze
John, Taylor, Kat and Connie walked into the final immunity challenge arena. The arena was a giant maze. At the mat, Jeff said, "Are you ready to get to your final immunity challenge? First things first. John, I'll take it back."
John walked over to Jeff and Jeff took the immunity necklace off. He put it back on the pole and went on, "Immunity is back up for grabs for the final time. So lets get to it. For today's challenge, you will head into a labyrinth of passages, corridors, and turns. You have to reach five stations with bags of puzzle pieces. Once you retrieve a bag, bring it back to your station. After collecting all five bags, the castaways must spell out a certain phrase. First one to spell out phrase wins final immunity."
Several minutes went by and the castaways were read to go. Jeff gave the command and the four of them were off into the maze. John turned a corner and got stopped by a dead end. Kat kept running but couldn't find the stations. Connie also found a dead end. Taylor ran through an opening and ran right into John, knocking him off his feet. They both recovered and took off together to find a station. They took a left. There was their first station. They grabbed the bags and ran back towards the exit. They dropped their bags at their station and ran back into the maze. As they ran back in, Connie ran out with her first bag.
"John, Taylor and Connie all have a bag!" Jeff said.
Taylor and John stayed together to find the stations. Connie took off in another direction. Taylor and John ran into Kat as she found a station. The three of them grabbed their bags and made their way toward the exits. Connie turned a corner with another bag. All four of them dropped their bags off and ran back into maze.
"John, Taylor and Connie with two bags now. Kat has one," Jeff said.
John and Taylor stayed together again. Kat and Connie broke off from the groups. John led the way. He turned several more corners and as if by fate, he found the third station. He and Taylor grabbed their third bag. Before the two of them exited the maze, Connie darted out in front of them with her third bag. She gained a lead on the two of them. All three dropped their bags off. Kat was not far behind with her second bag.
"John, Taylor and Connie now have three bags. Kat has two," Jeff stated.
John and Taylor picked up the pace. The two of them outraced Connie to reenter the maze. They flew down the passageways. After what felt like an eternity for them, they found the fourth station. Connie's bag was still there and that was a slight relief for them. The ran towards the exit. After they exited and put their bags down, they noticed Kat had got her third bag.
"Taylor and John have four bags now. Connie and Kat have three," Jeff continued to commentate.
Taylor and John ran back into the maze and Connie darted out with her fourth bag. The pair continued to play at an accelerated pace. They turned a corner and found another station but realized it was one they already had been to. They took off deeper into the maze. After a good ten minutes, they found the final station. Much to their relief, Connie's back was still there. John and Taylor grabbed their bags and took off towards the exit. Kat dashed passed them to get the bag from the station the two were just at. John and Taylor exited the maze and dropped their bags down.
"John and Taylor have all five bags. Start working on your puzzles!" Jeff said.
John and Taylor untied their bags and dumped the puzzled pieces out. They were cubes with different letters on each side. The two of them unveiled the board where the letters went. The top word had nine letters. The second word had five letters. And, the third word had six letters.
"He we go," John said.
As the two of them started on their puzzles, they heard Jeff say, "Connie has all five bags. Start working!"
"Damn it," John said. He thought the first word might be immunity but it was one letter too short. What word had nine letters in it?
Taylor had put several cubes in their slots. She just didn't know where they would go and what order. Connie was like the others. She didn't know where to start. As the three of them were thinking about the puzzles, Kat joined them finally. Just like that all four of them were in the puzzle portion of the challenge.
John stepped back and thought what could be nine letters long. Knock out that word and the others would probably fall into place. He went through all the words he could think of. Then he thought it could be a name, a part of geography. He glanced up and saw the lagoon. His eyes widened. He said to himself, "Is it that simple?"
He put the blocks on the first word to spell out the word "Caratasca." He knew the first word so he started working on the second and third words. As for the other three, Kat had figured out the last word was "safety". Other than that had nothing. Connie and Taylor didn't have any words figured out. After several tries, John spelled the third word and got "safety" well. He said, "So Caratasca does something and gives safety. Wait is it gives? No. The letters don't match."
He went over the words and found the only word that would fit. He put it in the puzzle and got "Caratasca means safety". He called for Jeff. Jeff walked over and read John's puzzle. He said, "John wins final immunity!"
John jumped up in the air. Kat and Taylor let out a sigh of relief. Connie dropped the cube she had in her hand and resigned to her fate. Kat, Taylor and Connie went back to the mat and John went up to Jeff. Jeff put the immunity necklace around John for the final time. He said, "John, you are going to the Final Three. As for the rest of you, one of you will be going home tonight."
|“||I put up a good fight, but lost. It's over. I have a whole afternoon to kill as I wait to be voted off.||”|
Day 38 Tribal Council
John, Taylor, Kat and Connie walked into tribal council and sat down. Jeff said, "We'll now bring in the members of our jury: Adam, Conner, Jessica, Susan, Tina, Matt and Alison voted out last tribal council."
The jury sat down and Jeff went on, "So here we are. Tonight is the vote that will determine the Final Three. Will tonight be a hard vote?"
"No," John said.
"It's not," Kat answered.
"Not at all," Taylor said.
Connie spoke, "It's me tonight. There is no secret about that."
"You seem certain," Jeff said.
"I am certain. These three are tight. They have been for as long as I know. With John having immunity, the Final Three deal they made still stands. They are going to make it. I'm not," Connie said.
"It's true. We made this thing on Day 1. We made it here by controlling everything, and more importantly, we kept winning," Kat said.
"More like you and John kept winning," Taylor said, "But still we are here and that's all that I want."
"Since everyone seems to know who is going home, lets get going. John, you're up," Jeff said.
|“||I made this thing on Day 1. He we stand at Day 38 and the Power of Three is still intact. I'm loving this.||”|
|“||I'm going to the finals.||”|
|“||Can't vote for myself.||”|
Jeff left and returned with the urn. He said, "Once the votes are read, the decision is final. The person with the most votes will be asked to leave the tribal council area immediately. I'll read the votes. First vote: Taylor. Second vote: Connie. Third vote: Connie. The fifteenth person voted out of Survivor: Honduras and the eighth and final member of our jury: Connie.
"Connie, that's enough votes. Please bring me your torch."
Connie got up. She set her torch in front of Jeff and he snuffed her torch, "Connie, the tribe has spoken."
Connie left tribal council. Jeff turned to the Final Three, "After 38 days, you three have survived. Now the power switches from you to the jury. Tomorrow night you will interact with the jury for the title of the Sole Survivor. You guys have a great night and I will see you tomorrow night."
The Final Three left the tribal council area and headed back to camp.
|Tribal Council 14:|
Connie (3 votes)
John, Kat, Taylor
Taylor (1 Vote)
|“||To be honest, I don't really have many words. This game was more fun than I thought it would be. To make it to the final four was further than I thought I would get so that's a plus. So goodnight, everyone.||”|
Still in the Running
John, Kat and Taylor woke up to a feast of actual food. After the meal, the three of them gathered their things, burned the shelter down and headed off towards the final tribal council.
|“||When I arrived here, this is all I wanted. I wanted to make it to the end and here I am. This is going to be my time to shine.||”|
Final Tribal Council
The Final Three walked into the final tribal council. John sat in the middle with Taylor on his left and Kat on his right. Jeff looked at them, "Now we'll bring in the jury: Adam, Conner, Jessica, Susan, Tina, Matt, Alison and Connie voted out the last tribal council."
The eight jury members sat down and Jeff continued, "Congratulations to the three of you for making it to the end tonight. Now as you know, the power shifts from you to the jury. Tonight you will plead your case on why you deserve to win the million dollars and earn the title of Sole Survivor. You will each get an opening statement followed by juror questions or comments. At the end of the night, you want to see your name written down now. Seeing your name is a very good thing. So without any further delays, we will start. Kat, start us off. Taylor, second and John to finish us off."
Kat looked at the jury and told them, "I will first state that I did not ride the waves and coattails to get here. From my performance in challenges, you can all see that. I was a force out there to be reckoned with. I just wanted to tell you eight that. Another thing is that I never lied to any of you. I may left out some truth but I never outright lied to any of you. I was also never a target in this game because I have not had a single vote cast against me. Tonight, I hope that I have votes cast for me. That's all I have for you right now until you want to know more with your questions."
Kat looked at Taylor. Taylor said, "I may not have spoken much out her. It would appear that rode John and Kat's coattails to get here, but I didn't. I waited in the shadows. I watched as the game played out before me. I didn't stick my neck out to get chopped off. Both John and Kat can say that I had a say in who left and who stayed. I just chose not to say much at all. I hope you can understand what I've done and get your votes."
Taylor handed it off to John. John smirked, "I'm not going to sugarcoat this. I owned this game. I have owned it from Day 1. I was a physical force that kept my tribe together. In the merge, I employed an insane plan that involved me telling the truth all the time. It could have shot me in the foot, but I am here and you eight are not. You are not here because I said so. Everyone of you is one that jury because of me. I put all of you there. I make no illusions of that. I am responsible for every single on your demises. If what I am saying here tonight costs me the win, so be it. If I lose to either one of these two, I will be fine with that. They are my allies and friends. If I lose, I know I had a part in helping them win. But in the end, I want to win. That's enough of me. It's time for you guys to talk."
John turned to Jeff so the jurors could have their turns speaking.
Jeff turned to the jury, "The three of them have given their statements. It is now your turn to talk. Use this time to decide who you will want to win this game if you haven't already. Conner, let's start this off."
Conner got up and walked in front of the three of them. He said, "From what I could see when my head was in the game, Kat and John were the two big forces in this game. Taylor, you are a sweet girl but I don't think that you had as much of a say in the decisions as you think you did so I'm sorry. My vote is going to be for either John or Kat. John, you're first. Whatever you said was law on both tribes that I was on. What gave you the right to act like that towards all of us? You acted as if you were the king and we were slaves."
John answered, "Your ally Danni labelled me a schoolyard bully. That's when it clicked in my head that I was in control. I was in more control than a bully. I was a full on tyrant. In a tyranny, tyrants are the absolute rulers and I was the absolute ruler. If you were not on my side, you were gone. I assumed the role of tyrant and look where it got me. I'm here and you're there. Besides, you checked out of this game days before your elimination. You gave up."
"That's your opinion," Conner replied.
"That's fact. You voted your own ally out for no reason. Then your swung a vote Connie's way. I don't know what happened to you in the last days you were here," John went on.
Conner said, "That's enough. It is Kat's turn to answer. So Kat, why did you ally with the self proclaimed tyrant?"
Kat told him, "First off he is not as bad you make him out to be. He was only like that to keep the three of us together and it worked. Anyway, I allied with him because he and I were paired in the very first challenge. We clicked. We became allies on Day 1 before this whole tyrant thing got started."
"Very well," Conner said. Jeff thanked him and Conner sat down.
Adam was next. He said, "I don't like the way you controlled this game with a iron fist, John. You had too much power. I don't like it when people have too much power so I am cutting your power off now. I am giving it to one of the girls. I already know who is going to receive my vote and you will find out when the votes are read."
Adam went and sat down.
Tina was next. She stood in front of the three and said, "I see what the others saw in you John, but you assumed a role that I think you didn't want. You want to win. I know that for a fact. However, I think you wanted to fly under the radar a bit. The situations around you gave you that title of Tyrant of Caratasca. I do believe that you were only like that to keep your alliance together. Your true alliance that is. So I don't need to ask questions. My mind is made up. John, you have at least one vote."
Tina sat down.
Susan walked in front of the three of them. She turned to the jury, "We all know who should win this. Some of us may not like it or want it to happen, but John should win this. He is the best. He owned it all."
Susan turned back to the three, "As for you three, John, I haven nothing to say to you. You know where my heart lies. I have something to say to your fellow finalists however. First off, Taylor, you are a sweet girl like Conner said, but Conner was wrong. You are more than capable of winning this thing on your own, but you are in a season with John Sayers and that's a bad thing to be in. After John, there's Kat who I will admit is better player than you, but you have potential that wasn't realized this time.
"Now Kat, you are schemer if I have ever seen one. If John wasn't here, you would still be where you are. You would probably win this in a landslide, but John is here. He is the one who called the shots and controlled the game so in the end this is John's game. If it was any other game, it would be yours, Kat."
Connie was next. She walked up in front of the three of them. She smiled, "I am happy for all three of you. I was lucky to even get to be in fourth place in my opinion so I am not bitter at all. I know that each one of you deserve this win, but only one of you deserves it a little more than the others. So with that, I hope you all the best of luck."
Connie took her seat.
Matt walked up and glared at John. He simply asked, "Why? Why did you vote me off, John?"
"Because you would be voted off before the finals anyway. Only three can make it to the end. It is Kat, Taylor, and myself. You were always number four. I'm surprised you didn't jump ship and ally with Nakunta when the opportunity arose. That is your fault," John answered.
"Maybe," Matt said. He asked, "Kat, if the opportunity ever arose, would you vote John off?"
"No," Kat said, "I would never vote John off and he would never vote me off."
Matt nodded. He returned to his seat.
Alison walked up and said, "John, I seemed bitter and led a campaign against you. I want to let you know that all is forgiven. You bested me. I have to move on. Kat, you are John's right hand in this game. If he was there to enforce his will, you were. You and him were a double headed monster that all of us were afraid to fight. So that's the reason why the winner of this game will be one of the two of you."
Alison took her seat in the jury section.
Jessica immediately said upon her arrival, "I know who my vote is for. I don't need to question anyone."
Jeff was surprised by that and said, "With that, the jury is now going to determine the winner. Conner, you're up."
|“||John may deserve to win, but I think you are just as deserving.||”|
|“||Power's now in my hand. I've never written John's name down and I won't start now.||”|
|“||You are the only one worthy of being called Sole Survivor||”|
|“||You played an amazing game. You cut me loose before I cut you loose. Most people would be bitter, but I respect and love that move. I hope you get four more votes and take this thing home!||”|
|“||We all know you the one to win this.||”|
|“||You all betrayed me. You were the only one to show remorse for that decision.||”|
|“||I led the campaign against you now I'm voting for you. Oh what irony.||”|
|“||I should have taken the chance to take you out when we first merged and I would sitting where you are and you would be casting a vote. But that's a coulda shoulda woulda. So here I am writing your name down.||”|
Jeff waited until Jessica sat down. He went to get the urn. He returned and said, "Thank you for another wonderful season of Survivor. As for these votes, they will be read back in America at the finale. So you guys get cleaned up and I will see you later.
Months later in Los Angeles, Jeff was in the same position. The castaways looked civilized again. John was in the middle holding both Kat and Taylor's hands. Jeff said, "That was a great season. Now this is the only time that you want to see your name written down. You name means the votes are for you. The person with the most votes wins this game. I'll read the votes.
First vote: Taylor.
Second vote: John
Third vote: John
Fourth vote: John
We are at three votes John, one vote Taylor. Four votes left.
Fifth vote: Kat
Sixth vote: Kat
Three votes John, two votes Kat, one vote Taylor. We have two votes left. Taylor, if the next vote if for either John or Kat, you can no longer win this game. So it is between John and Kat."
Taylor nodded. Her eyes glinted with disappointment.
Jeff took out the seventh vote. He looked at it then he looked at the contestants. He said, "The winner of Survivor: Honduras: John."
John jumped up and hugged his fellow finalists. He then ran down to his family and celebrated with them.
Jeff said, "Honduras is over, but it's not the last. I will see you all next season."
|Final Tribal Council:|
John (5 votes)
Alison, Connie, Jessica, Susan, Tina
Kat (2 votes)
Taylor (1 Vote)
|SECOND RUNNER UP:|
The Sole Survivor of Survivor: Honduras