By Mickie McLeod
CBS 62/CW50 Intern
Wednesday is Survivor Season 33 Season Finale, followed by the LIVE Reunion Special at 8 p.m ET Wednesday on CBS. Who will Outwit, Outplay, and Outlast and be crowned, the Sole Survivor?
This season started off with 20 castaways, divided into two tribes of 10, Millennials (castaways born between 1984 and 1997) and Generation X (castaways born between 1963 and 1982). Now, six castaways are left which happen to be split even, three Millennials and three Gen. X’s. Will your generation take the title of this season’s Sole Survivor?
Tonight, the six castaways will be narrowed down to three and the Jury will decide which ONE will win the title and the one million dollar check!
Here are the remaining six castaways:
Will it be Adam? – Millennial (Age 25)
We’ve seen a lot of Adam this season, but will it be enough? Adam was one of the first to flip on his alliance with the Millennials, but he’s given both his advantage and idol away to two Millennials later on in the season. With the sweet story of winning for his mother with breast cancer, it is hard not to root for him and see him at the very end. Will the other tribe members soon realize that he could be a threat to sit next to in the final three?
Will it be Dave? – Gen. X (Age 42)
Dave has come a long way on Survivor. I even called him “Mr. Paranoid” in my first recaps, but he sure grew stronger throughout the entire season. Dave was a leader for multiple power moves but has also shown his vulnerability throughout the game. Could this contrast fool others that he is weak? Or could his approach on the game be what gives him the Jury votes?
Will it be Hannah? – Millennial (Age 24)
Hannah has been quiet throughout the season but stayed loyal to her alliance. It wasn’t until her big move on flipping on Zeke where she was shown as a stronger player. Is Hannah’s strategy hidden from her likability and innocence? What could Hannah do in the season finale to make her way to the final three?
Will it be Brett? – Gen. X (Age 42)
Brett has always been trustworthy within his game. After his original alliance of Sunday and Chris was voted out, he always has managed to bounce back and fight his way through. Brett has aligned up with different groups within the game. Will his strategy continue to work his way to the Final 3?
Will it be Jay? – Millennial (Age 27)
Jay started off working with weak players, but he made sure he was never the same way. Jay has found an idol, won challenges, and has made big moves in this season. One of Jay’s powerful moves was blindsiding one of the strongest players in the game, Michaela. Will Jay continue to fight his way until the end, and will the rest of the tribe allow it?
Will it be Ken? – Gen. X (Age 33)
Ken was a player in the beginning that was foreshadowed rather strong. He’s one of the youngest members of Gen. X but has great wisdom. He has been quiet most of the time, but he has kept himself in the game by his loyalty. Tonight, Ken will reveal the “Legacy Advantage” that his former alliance, Jess, had given to him when she was voted out. Will this advantage save Ken a spot in the Final 3?
If you’ve been keeping up with my Recaps this season, you’ll know my personal thoughts, but I want to know yours! This season has been one of the best. Each castaway has been fighting their way individually and it’ll be a battle until the end! What are your predictions? Tweet me your opinions @mick_cloudy.
Don’t forget to tune into the 2-Hour SEASON FINALE of Survivor: Millennials Vs. Gen. X Wednesday, 12/14 at 8 p.m ET on CBS!