The five finalists had made back to camp with most of them looking pleased with had happened.
“Well, Anke did it. She came through for us and realized how big goats Francesca and Mami were and wanted to take them to the final Tribal Council.” Spencer smirked. “Sorry, Bianna but like hell I am going to let you and Kenny win that easily.”
“I must say, guys, you sure got us.” Kenny congratulated. “At worst, we were expecting a tie.”
“Yeah, same here.” Spencer shrugged. “Thank Anke for that.”
The monkey nervously scratched the back of her head.
“Oh yeah, about that.” Francesca said, looking down at Anke. “Anke, I have to ask. What had made you keep Mami? I heard that you couldn’t care less if Mami and I were goats.”
The pink-clad teenager paused. “Well, I had went to talk to Mami at Spencer’s suggestion and talked to her on her side on the story. However, she acted like she didn’t wanted to do anything with the plan.”
Mami merely crossed her arms and nodded confirming Anke’s story.
“Because of this, she was acting like a horrible ally.” Anke said before smirking. “In other words, giving you a taste of your own medicine.”
Francesca and Mami’s eyes bugged out at this.
“Wait, the main reason you saved is because…” Francesca started.
“Uh-huh.” Anke nodded. “You would actually see what an actually horrible ally is.”
“I know that I had started a few times that Verona is basically Bertha 2.0. But at least she TRIED to play the game. At least she TRIED to fight till the end.” Anke pointed out. “Mami openly admitted that she would not help Francesca in any way. What kind of Survivor is that? We are in the final week of Survivor and you are not going to do ANYTHING!?”
“Verona is a cow, Francesca. Everyone knows it. But at least she would had everything in her power to try to save herself.” Anke said. “Mami on the other hand had nothing to help you or HERSELF. All she helped were the people TRYING TO VOTE HER OFF.”
The wrestler slumped her shoulders. “We had been spared because of that?”
Spencer laughed as he crossed his arms. “I told you that you wished that you would had been voted off instead.”
“Wait, wait, wait!” Mami said, stepping forward. “You all think I am a bad ally?”
Anke paused before narrowing her eyes. “Yes. And if anyone has to explain why, then you are beyond help.”
“Yeah, seriously.” Francesca said, rolling her eyes.
“YOU DON’T DESERVE A GOOD ALLY!” Mami yelled, startling everyone.
Despite initially startled, Anke narrowed her eyes. “While that may be true, that still doesn’t change how not helping Francesca would hurt you.”
“Seriously? Are you even trying to win anymore?” Spencer challenged.
“How the hell could I win when you ruined my game!?” Mami yelled.
Spencer’s eyes bugged out. “I ruined YOUR game!”
“Yes, I did! I had treated just like Francesca! A bad ally who would only drag me down if I continue to align with them!” Mami snapped. “And yet I am being treated as the horrible ally!”
“Well, considering that my planned WORKED.” Francesca said, crossing her arms. “That means your whining had been all for nought. So you been acting like an emo over nothing.”
Spencer smirked as he stepped forward. “Don’t worry. Now that everyone had seen you for what you are truly are, I am perfectly okay with realigning with…”
The other four jumped as Mami gave her loud shout. She had continued to glare down Spencer with a death glare.
“...I am going to bed…” Mami spat. With that, she turned around and stomped off leaving the other stunned.
“Well, you're welcome, psychopath.” Spencer said.
Francesca, Anke and Spencer were talking with each other.
“Well… Do you think I had learned my lesson?” Francesca asked with a sigh.
Anke crossed her arms. “Well… I am still mad at you but I must admit that I am not that mad anymore to not want to do anything with you.”
Francesca gave a grumpy face. “So are we all in agreement to take out Kenny next?”
“Don’t worry. It is like Anke said.” Spencer smirked. “Not only do you know what an actual bad ally is, you are not the perfect Alpha female everyone mistook you for.”
Francesca’s eyebrow twitched a bit. “L-Lovely…”
“In all seriousness…”
Francesca looked up.
Spencer jerked his head behind him. “What you should be concerned about is MAMI being with us.”
“Yeah. She kept glaring at us as if we did the opposite of what we done to her.” Anke said in disgust. “I mean we saved her!”
“Well, she didn’t liked the REASON she was saved.” Francesca pointed out.
“What? Because she is a goat?” Spencer asked. “Well, how the hell are we NOT supposed think of her as a goat when she literally just gave up on the last week on Survivor?”
“I don’t know…” Francesca sighed, shaking her head.
Kenny on the other hand was pacing around, trying to figure out how to get out of his current situation.
“Oh dear… How am I going to get out of this situation?” Kenny asked. “In all of the madness, I had never figured out that the others would want Bianna and me out because we were threats…”
“Oh dear, oh me, oh my. Quite the situation you had stuck in.”
Kenny’s eyes widened before turning around to see Mami making her way over with a smirk on her face.
“Mami, what is it you want?” Kenny asked, narrowing his eyes.
The rock star immediately stepped back, looking offended. “Whoa, what is with the death glare?”
Kenny paused. “I assumed that you are going to yell at me.”
“What? Just because I yelled at my allies?” Mami asked.
Kenny again paused. “...Yes.”
Mami rolled her eyes. “Look. I want to make an alliance with me.”
Kenny’s eyes bugged out at this. “R-Really?”
“I know this late in game, not voting off Kenny over the likes of Spencer, Francesca and Anke would be stupid.” Mami said before narrowing her eyes. “But why the hell do I want to go with the plans of a bratty sociopath, the monkey version of Becky and a “strong, independent” woman who in reality has no sense of dignity or self-respect?”
“I am going to be blunt with you.” The redhead said. “You are the only person who I DON’T hate still in the game.”
Kenny blinked twice. “Wait. That’s it?”
Mami looked up. “What do you mean, that’s it?”
“Mami, this is Day 37. We are literally two days until the final Tribal Council.” Kenny pointed out.
“So what are you saying is that I shouldn’t vote emotionally this late in the game?” Mami asked.
Kenny nodded his head.
“Look, while I don’t deny that these votes ARE emotional, they are also strategic.” Mami insisted.
Kenny raised an eyebrow. “Really?”
“Yes, if I go with Spencer and Anke, everyone would see me as a weakling who just like somebody walk all over them.” Mami said.
Kenny groaned as he shook his head. “Mami, they would not think so. They would see you as a smart person who is playing the game by taking advantage of someone’s ego to get them to the final Tribal Council.”
The rock star let out a mirthless laugh. “I wish… But I had so many people walk all over me that if I go with the flow here, I would never redeem myself.”
“There is absolutely NOTHING to redeem yourself for!” Kenny said. “So you had been lied to? To expect not to in this game is childishly naive.”
Mami paused. “You just don’t get it, do you? It is because of my naivete that I had fell for everything Spencer, Malletman and Francesca said, hook, line and sinker!”
“That could had been done to ANYONE, Mami.” Kenny said.
The redhead shook her head. “No… Not anyone… Just people who suck at the game like me.”
“But Mami.” Kenny frowned.
“Why are you trying to stop me? I am trying to HELP you!” Mami scolded.
Kenny sighed in disbelief.
“I know it is stupid to look a gift horse in the mouth in the situation I am in as of right now, I am trying to stop anymore drama on this season!” Kenny frowned. “Mami is taking out his anger out of everyone, including herself. I have to convince her that she is not as horrible as she seems or she would actually prove it inadvertently.”
Mami and Kenny looked up in surprise.
“Hoo boy… It looks like it is time for the next Challenge.” Mami noted. “Let’s go.”
“O-Okay…” Kenny frowned.
The two had then made their way over to the others where Anke had the letter.
“Well, what does it say?” Mami asked.
“It says… Do you have a set of lungs?” Anke read.
Francesca paused before looking at Spencer with a smirk. “Hey, look, Spencer! A physical Challenge that you may not only be decent in but also have a chance of winning.”
The nerd narrowed his eyes. “Oh, hardy har har!
“I don’t really care who wins this Challenge as long as it is not Kenny. I am just pleased that it wasn’t a mental one because if it he would had a better chance of winning.” Francesca noted. “If the Challenge being physical, I think even SPENCER may beat him out.”
The five people had stood on the mat where Tiny was waiting.
“Welcome, Survivors! Are you ready for your next Challenge?” Tiny asked. “Good. Take a look.”
Everyone looked ahead to see five sets of 3x3 panels. Pointing at each one of them was a long pea-shooter.
“Here is your next Challenge. It is basically a game of Tic-Tac-Toe. When I say go, you will each put a dart in your peashooter and fire it your panel. This would continue on until one of you get three-in-a-row. First person to get a Tic-Tac-Toe will win Immunity.”
Everyone paused, realizing how easy it was for anyone to win.
“Alright, let’s draw for spots.” Tiny said.
Soon, everyone had got into their spots.
“Alright, for Immunity!” Tiny announced. “Ready, set, fire!”
Everyone had fired their darts at nearly the same time. Some had actually managed to hit their marks while the others missed.
“Alright, Francesca had gotten a hit on her top left panel, Anke had gotten a hit on her bottom middle panel and Mami had gotten a hit on…” Tiny said.
His eyes then widened in shock.
“Kenny’s bottom-right panel?” Tiny asked in disbelief.
Everyone looked at Mami in shock. The latter merely shrugged it off with a stoic look on her face.
“Um, alright… Everyone, put in another dart and prepare yourself for another shot!” Tiny instructed as everyone obliged. “Ready, set, FIRE!”
Everyone had blew again and this time, everyone had managed to hit the panel.
“Okay, Francesca had gotten a hit on her top middle panel, Anke had gotten a hit on her bottom right panel, Kenny had gotten a hit on his bottom middle panel, Spencer had gotten a hit on his bottom left panel…” Tiny said before pausing. “...And Mami had gotten KENNY’S top right panel.”
By this time, Francesca, Spencer and Anke all glared at Mami.
“Mami, what the hell are you doing!?” Francesca roared.
The rock star looked to the side. “Sorry… Even a Stormtrooper would do better than me.”
“My foot!” Spencer taunted.
“Um, alright. Francesca, Anke and Kenny are one panel away from winning so you better make it count.” Tiny explained.
Everyone cast Mami suspicious glared.
“Alright, for Immunity, ready, set, FIRE.” Tiny yelled.
Everyone had fired their respective shots. While two of them missed their winning panels, one of them had hit dead-on.
“Mami hits it!” Tiny yelled. “MAMI… I mean, KENNY WINS IMMUNITY!”
The psychic stood stunned before looking at Mami who had started to cheer for him. The others on the other hand were not pleased.
Tiny put the Immunity Necklace around Kenny’s neck. “Congratulations, Kenny, you had won Immunity guaranteeing you an 1-in-4 shot of winning.”
“Thanks…” He said, not really looking that happy about the result.
Tiny then turned to the others. “As for the rest of you, it was a long run but one of you will be leaving tonight. You have all day to figure out who. You may head back to camp.”
When the five people had made their way back to camp, Spencer had wasted no time confronting Mami.
“I think I speak for everyone when I ask…” Spencer said before scowling. “WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU!?”
“We had a deal! We had made a deal with Francesca and Mami! Anke and I would take the both of them to the Final Tribal Council over Bianna and Kenny!” Spencer roared. “And what Mami does to return the favour? SHE FREAKING GIVES KENNY, OUR TARGET IMMUNITY!”
Mami merely crossed her arms not looking pleased. “Gee, Spencer, it is not okay for people to bust up YOUR grill over sucking at Challenges but it is okay to do the same to ME?”
“Don’t give me that! Anyone with a brain knows that you had gave him Immunity!” The nerd snapped.
“We had a deal, Mami. A deal that benefitted everyone and yet you gone back on it.” Anke added.
“I find it rather rude to be talking about this while Kenny is still in the area.” Mami pointed out.
“Shut it! He is not an idiot! He knows that he had gotten Immunity for a bullcrap reason!” Spencer snapped. “All because you couldn’t take being called a goat!”
“I am not a goat.” Mami said, simply.
“And in what universe is turning your back on your allies for a petty revenge this late in the game does NOT make you a goat, Mami?” Francesca asked in disbelief.
“FINALLY, something is going my way! I had saved Kenny, the only person out here who HASN’T disrespected me and the ones who did and going ballistic that I am outmaneuvered!” Mami smirked. “They are scurrying like chickens with their heads cut off and I love it!”
“Okay, that’s it, this has to end!” Spencer said, stepping forward.
“Oh, and what does?” Mami asked.
“This self-righteous victim act!” Spencer said, pointing his finger.
“I AM the victim!” Mami retorted. “And YOU are the bad guy here!”
Spencer gave an annoyed grunt. “Look, I know that I am going to be cast as the villain! At this point and time, I couldn’t care less! But lying to you about voting off Robert is the only time I did you wrong!”
Mami stared in disbelief. “You’re kidding… You’re kidding, right?”
“I don’t care how much you hated me for what I did to Robert!” Spencer snapped. “At least I had actually told you when I wanted to do the same to Drow!”
Mami rolled her eyes. “That is because your selfish reasoning actually make sense there!”
Spencer growled as he continued. “And I comforted when Galia had self-rightously tried to painted you and me as jerks when she quit!”
“Yes, because I was a vote underneath your thumb. You couldn’t afford to get rid of me yet.” Mami said.
“Oh, for the love of…” Spencer said, throwing his arms up in the air in disbelief. “We could had something beautiful, Mami! We along with Lillian and Le Cock could had done some massive damage! And yet you let ONE bad thing I done to you make you lose your marbles and ruined everything for literally everyone!”
“Ah, yes, it is funny that you should had mentioned her.” Mami piped up. “Even now, do you still thought that I am lying about her going ballistic on me?”
Spencer paused before looking to the side. “No…”
Mami’s smug smirk vanished. “Come again?”
Anke’s eyes bugged out. “Spencer, what are you doing?”
Spencer continued. “I knew that you, at the time, wouldn’t never do something like that to me.”
Mami’s eyes bugged out as her jaw dropped. “W-Wait… Are you saying that you saw through Lillian’s lies from the start?”
Spencer looked down. “Y-Yes…”
Mami stared in disbelief for a moment. She then growled. “Wait… So you are saying that you STILL went a liar?”
Spencer narrowed his eyes before looking up. “Now stay where you are! I “believed” Lillian because you didn’t thought about telling me how she been treating you! AFTER you voted off Le Cock! And you were spreading rumours about me!”
“The last time I yet, rumours are false!” Mami snapped.
“That doesn’t change the fact that you STILL went around my back!” Spencer snapped. “Why would I believe Lillian over you when I had been with you for much longer?”
“Because you were untrustworthy! You voted off Robert for a…” Mami started.
Everyone jumped when Spencer gave his large shout before he darted over to Mami and grabbed her by her shirt.
“NOBODY BUT YOU AND THAT OVERGROWN HUNK OF JUNK CARES ABOUT ROBERT! SERIOUSLY, HE HAD GOTTEN VOTED OFF ON DAY 5! DAY FREAKING FIVE WHEN WE ARE ON DAY 37 AND YET YOU ARE STILL USING HIM TO JUSTIFY YOUR ACTIONS! AND GUESS WHAT? NOBODY WILL CARE ABOUT YOU AFTER THIS GAME UNLESS YOU HAD REALIZED HOW MUCH OF AN USELESS, WHINY, BACK-STABBING AND OVERALL UNPLEASANT PERSON YOU HAD BEEN!”
With that, he shoved Mami onto her rear and stormed off, leaving Francesca, Anke and Kenny stunned.
“H-Hey, Spencer, wait!” Anke said, running off after her ally.
Kenny broke off of his daze before running over to Mami and crouching down.
“Mami, are you alright?” Kenny asked.
The rock star slowly narrowed her eyes. “Yeah… I just allowed myself to make taken off-guard…”
Meanwhile, Spencer had sat against a tree while Anke had watched him sulk.
“Well, so much for going into the final Tribal Council without us going after each other like piranhas…” Anke said, shaking her head.
“At least point in the game, I couldn’t care less about what anyone thinks about me, Mami or this season as a whole…” Spencer muttered. “I just want to try to win this game or at least try to and put this trainwreck of a season behind me…”
Anke then paused. “So what now? Try to vote off Mami?”
Spencer paused. “No…”
Anke’s eyes bugged out at this. “Wait? What?”
“I know that this sounds weird but this actually made me MORE determined to take her to the final Tribal Council.” Spencer said.
Anke paused before shaking her head. “Spencer, you know I already told you this but you got nothing to prove.”
“Maybe… But if I just simply vote her off here, she will never learn. She will never face the truth.” Spencer said before getting up. “So… That is why we have to try to vote off Francesca.”
Anke paused. “Your mind is made-up…”
Spencer shrugged. “Sorry, Anke…”
Anke then let out a deep sigh. “Fine… Just tell me. Do you really think that Kenny would vote with us after Mami saving him.”
“I don’t know… But it is not impossible.” Spencer said. “After all, it is like you said, Mami saved him. Not Francesca. He has no reason to stay loyal to Francesca. And it is not like the two girls would be that close so we could argue that Mami wouldn’t be THAT upset.”
Anke paused for a moment.
“So basically, I had finally gotten over my anger towards Francesca for backstabbing me and Angelo and keeping Verona only for Mami to mess up everything and force me to “take my revenge” anyway…” Anke paused. She then rolled her eyes. “Sure, fine, whatever…”
Meanwhile, Francesca was pacing back and forth in front of Mami.
“I don’t care if I don’t deserve a good ally!” Francesca scolded. “You don’t do that! You don’t just give our target Immunity without even telling me first!”
“Well, I would gladly tell you if you would had say yes.” Mami shrugged.
Francesca paused before slamming her hand against her head. “Mami, do you really think I would just accept that?”
“Honestly, I couldn’t care less about your opinion about the matter.” The rock star said, flatly.
Francesca growled as she tried to fight the urge to strangle Mami. “Why you…”
Mami sighed. “Look, don’t worry, Kenny owes me. He will vote off Anke.”
“That doesn’t justify…” Francesca said before realizing something. “Wait… You want ANKE gone?”
“Yeah, after Spencer had revealed that he actually knew that Lillian was a liar, it made me hit something.” Mami said, narrowing her eyes. “It isn’t enough just to vote Spencer off. I want to prove on how big of scum he truly was and if I got rid of him now, he would forever thought he would had won. I want to break him. Particularly by the jury. In short, your plan actually makes sense, Francesca. In fact, it makes perfect sense.”
Francesca blinked twice while slumping her arms.
“If that is the case…” She said before shouting. “WHY DID YOU GAVE KENNY, THE BIGGEST THREAT IN THIS GAME IMMUNITY!”
Mami narrowed her eyes. “Just because I am 100% with your logic, doesn’t mean I am completely going straight with your plans!”
“I don’t believe this!” Francesca said, throwing her arms in the air.
“Look, don’t worry, I saved Kenny. He owes me.” Mami reassured.
“Yeah, but he doesn’t own ME anything!” Francesca pointed out. “If I go home tonight, it is because of YOU!”
“Alright, alright! Don’t worry!” Mami said, rolling her eyes. “Sheesh!”
“We could had it! After so long, we could had an easy ride to the final Tribal Council! But NO! Mami just had to make things more complicated than it needed to be!” Francesca snapped. “Now I have to vote with Anke when she is just now alright with voting with me! Ugh, I hate this season!”
Later, Francesca and Mami were seen talking with Kenny.
“So even now, you actually okay with keeping Spencer?” Kenny asked in surprise.
“Of course!” Mami nodded. “I just wanted to do things on my own terms!”
Francesca growled at this.
“Now, Kenny, I know that Francesca haven’t done anything for you but is it alright if you spare her for this round?” Spencer asked. “Please, pretty please?”
The psychic paused before looking to the side. “Well, I guess. I mean I DO owe you and everything but… I don’t want to make things more complicated than it already is.”
“Yeah, a little late for that, kid.” Francesca muttered.
“What Francesca said.” Mami nodded. “But if that isn’t enough, I know something that will sweeten the deal.”
With that, she had taken Kenny by surprise and wrapped her arms around him. After a few seconds, Mami broke it off.
“So yeah, please think about it.” Mami smiled.
“Um, alright?” Kenny said, softly.
Mami nodded her head before walking off, cheerfully. “Come on, Francesca!”
The wrestler narrowed her eyes. “You wouldn’t be so cheerful if YOU were on the chopping block…”
“So basically I had gone from the target to the swing vote of this Tribal Council. I could either vote off Francesca or Anke…” Kenny frowned. “But that is not my main concern. My main concern is Spencer and Mami. How could anyone trust them not to tear each other to pieces before the final Tribal Council?”
The five finalists had made their way to Tribal Council where Tiny was waiting.
“Welcome, Survivors.” Tiny said. “Please, take a seat.”
“We now bring in the jury.” Tiny said as the jury walked in. “Angelo, Malletman, Charlie, Verona and Bianna voted off at the last Tribal Council.”
The jury had then sat down. Bianna had edited her armor to make it look like she was wearing a light grey spaghetti-strap dress and black high-heels.
“Kenny, I have to ask what happened?” Tiny asked.
“Well, I just thought that Spencer and Anke would be more than happy to vote off Francesca and Mami after what they did to everyone.” The psychic frowned. “But we were wrong and Bianna got voted off because she was a threat.”
“Agreed. I was just as stunned.” Bianna nodded.
“Anke, why did you flipped on Francesca and Mami even after what they had done?” Tiny asked.
“Well, it is just like Kenny said. Bianna had been voted off because she is a threat.” The monkey explained before smirking. “But also because Mami had been a horrible ally these days so Francesca had more or less learned her lesson on what exactly what a bad ally.”
“Finally, that little fuzzball did something right.” Verona smirked, crossing her arms. Angelo did the same thing.
“Francesca, is it true that Mami had been a bad ally?” Tiny asked.
“Yes, she was… She had been purposely been unhelpful ever since Charlie had gotten voted out.” The wrestler said. She then growled. “And to add insult to injury, she GAVE KENNY IMMUNITY today!”
This startled the jury.
“Wait, Mami, why did you do that?” Tiny asked.
“Easy. Because I didn’t wanted to be seen as a goat.” The rocker explained.
“Mami, how the hell is backstabbing your allies for a selfish reason that doesn’t even affect your game in any way make you ANYTHING but a goat?” Francesca asked.
The rocker paused. “Oh, I am sorry. I think you were meant to talk to Spencer.
Spencer growled at this.
“Spencer, what is your stance on this?” Tiny asked.
“I am fed up, man! Mami and Malletman are literally the only one who had bothered to care about my elimination of Robert and yet she had did FAR more horrible things to everyone!” The red-haired boy insisted.
“I only did that to protect my game because if I would had just stay put, it would be ruined!” Mami retorted.
“Rightttt, like you protected your game when Charlie had gotten voted off.” Spencer said, rolling his eyes.
“I only did that because it was my idiocy that had gotten me into that mess!” Mami insisted. “It was Francesca’s own!”
“And yet you still screwed me over when my plan had saved your sorry hide!” Francesca snapped.
“Well, excuuuuuse me for having dignity and not wanting to be beneath Spencer’s foot, Francesca.” Mami said, rolling her eyes.
“Suddenly, I am happy that I didn’t stayed in the game and get stuck with Mami…” Charlie said, flatly.
“So Francesca, does this mean that Mami is going to be a target tonight?” Tiny asked.
The brunette let out a mirthless laugh. “I wish.”
“What do you mean by that?” Tiny asked.
“Even after what happened at the Challenge and the aftermath of it, it actually made Mami and Spencer more determined to take each other to the end.” Francesca explained. “Because they want to prove to they are better than each other and the best way of doing that is by having the jury decide.”
Malletman paused. “We are going to have a first in which there is going to be a med evac in the Finale, aren’t we?”
“Yep…” Verona said, flatly.
“Anke, does this mean you and Francesca are the targets instead?” Tiny asked.
“Yeah, it stinks that either one of us have to be voted out because of the fact that Mami just can’t face your flaws.” The pink-clad girl frowned.
“Face my flaws?” Mami asked in disbelief. “I was trying to IMPROVE myself!”
“...I don’t think you even know what exactly is strength and weakness is anymore, do you?” Anke muttered.
“Um, alright…” Tiny said, putting his fist to his mouth and coughing. “Kenny, you have Immunity. Do you want to give it up?”
The psychic paused. “I suppose I will keep it.”
“Alright, you cannot vote for Kenny.” Tiny said. “Everyone else is fair game. Spencer, you are up.”
The red-haired teen growled as he stomped over to the voting table and snatching the pen. “I can’t stand you but it still sucks you have to leave just because you are aligned to… THAT.” He said, holding up “Francesca”.
Anke shook her head in disgust as she made her way over to the voting table. “Why does it have to be this so late in the game? I am sorry…” She said, holding up “Francesca”.
Francesca stomped over to the voting table, not looking pleased in the slightest. “Mami, I better survive this round or so help me.” She said, holding up “Anke”.
Mami marched on forward with a surprisingly confident look on her face as she took the pen. “With that, I had atoned for my crimes of naivete.” She said, holding up “Anke”.
Kenny sighed as he made his way over while shaking his head. At first, he looked like had had made a decision but then shook his head. “...Please. I just don’t want a fight to break out.”
With that, he walked back with Tiny getting up.
“I’ll get the votes.”
Nobody but Mami looked that eager for the votes.
“I’ll read them out.”
“First vote, Francesca.”
“Second vote, Anke. One vote, Francesca. One vote, Anke.”
Anke sighed as she shook her head.
“Third vote, Anke. Two votes, Anke. One vote, Francesca.”
Anke and Spencer gave each other worried looks.
“Fourth vote, Francesca. Two votes, Anke. Two votes, Francesca. One vote left.”
Francesca cast Mami a death glare.
“Sixteenth person voted out of Survivor and sixth member of our jury…”
Everyone looked on.
“Dang…” Angelo winced.
Anke merely sighed as Spencer looked visibly upset. Kenny looked to the side while Mami proudly smiled as Francesca sighed in relief.
“Anke, you have to bring me your torch…”
The monkey shook her head before getting up and hugging Spencer, Kenny and a surprised Francesca goodbye.
“A-Anke? Why did you hug me?” Francesca asked, surprised.
“Because I wanted to show that that isn’t that much bad blood between us in the end.” The monkey reassured. “I don’t want to leave bitter.”
“If that’s the case, where’s MY hug?” Mami whined.
“Make like Scooby Doo and get a clue.” Anke scolded, grabbing her torch.
Mami looked absolutely shocked as everyone chuckled as Anke placed her torch in front of Tiny.
“Anke, the tribe has spoken.” Tiny said, putting his snuffer extinguishing it. “You may now go.”
“Bye, guys!” Anke said, skipping off. “Try not to kill each other at the Fallen Comrades path, alright!”
Tiny watched her walk off before turning to the others. “Well, Anke is the next person to leave. However, judging from your reactions, most of you don’t seem too happy with the choice. I strongly hope for your sake your next vote-off will be more better because it would be the final one. Then, you have to go to the jury. You may head back to camp.”
Everyone had brought up the rear, picking up their torches. Mami brought up the rear, grinning proudly at what she had done. This vote-off was all hers and now she felt like she was the queen of the world. Now she actually felt more confident in winning. But first, there were a couple of things she needed to do first.
“Yeah, it stinks that I had to go out this way but no matter who left tonight, it would just leave a bad taste in my mouth.” Anke said, shaking her head. “Oh well, I had a great run. And unlike SOME people, I appreciate making it all of the way to the end. As of this point, I don’t really mind who wins. As for Mami… I try to spare you some mercy because I may be one of the only people to do so.”
Anke: Bianna, Francesca, Kenny.
Francesca: Anke, Spencer.