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Survivor Cook Islands Winner Is Yul Kwon

December 17, 2006 10:12 PM by Joe Reality

Yul_kwonThe first immunity challenge on the Survivor Cook Islands finale was a combination rope obstacle course and puzzle challenge. Jeff Probst told the survivors that in thirteen seasons of Survivor that this was the most difficult puzzle they’ve ever had.  Ozzy won the first immunity challenge and with it a guaranteed spot in the final four. 

Before tribal council, Adam tried to stir things up by suggesting to Ozzy and Sundra that they vote for Yul to force him to use his hidden immunity idol.  However, the four former Aitu tribe members remained loyal to each other, and Adam Gentry became the sixteenth person voted off Survivor Cook Islands. 

The second and final immunity challenge on the Survivor Cook Islands finale was an endurance challenge.  The survivors stood on a perch that diminished in size at certain time intervals.  Jeff Probst revealed that three and not two survivors would be going to the final tribal council to face the jury.  After remaining on his perch for over two and a half hours, Ozzy won the final immunity challenge. 

Before tribal council, Ozzy told Yul that the fairest thing to do was to vote a tiebreaker between Becky and Sundra.  Yul offered to give Becky the hidden immunity idol so that she could protect herself, but they both worried how this would look to the jury.  When the tribal council vote resulted in a tie between Becky and Sundra, Becky did not have the hidden immunity idol to play. 

The tiebreaker challenge was to build a fire high enough to burn through a piece of twine.  After both Becky and Sundra failed to make fire with a piece of flint, Jeff Probst stopped the challenge and told them that they were going to matches.  Sundra ran out of matches, and Becky succeeded in building a fire high enough to burn through the twine and won the tiebreaker.  Sundra Oakley became the seventeenth person voted off Survivor Cook Islands.

At the final tribal council, Yul, Becky, and Ozzy faced the members of the jury.  Most of the jury took it fairly easy on Yul and Ozzy, but a couple jury members questioned Becky on why she deserved to be in the final three.  Jonathan provided some theatrics by accusing Yul of telling half-truths and by labeling Ozzy as being arrogant.  Jeff Probst read the jury votes and Yul received five votes compared to Ozzy’s four votes.   Yul Kwon was announced as the winner of Survivor Cook Islands.         

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69 Responses to “Survivor Cook Islands Winner Is Yul Kwon”

  1. me Says:
    December 17th, 2006 at 11:02 pm

    I think it sucks that Yul won. Without Ozzy, the team would have lost long ago…and starved…it sucks!!! Yul deserved second, but not first

  2. Sonia Says:
    December 17th, 2006 at 11:02 pm

    I felt that Ozzy should have won! I am really disappointed that Yul won.

  3. San Mateo County Rules Says:
    December 17th, 2006 at 11:06 pm

    I think it is so AWESOME that YUL a local from San Mateo County California WON – It was a great match between Ozzy and Yul – but let’s face it the better man won! CONGRATS YUL!!

  4. C Says:
    December 17th, 2006 at 11:08 pm

    Ozzy should have won – Yule is a nice man …. but Ozzy was the BETTER player. Outlast, Outplay … most definately Ozzy!

    What hurt Ozzy, I feel, is some of his answers at counsel. Also, he doesn’t speak as ‘eloquently’ as Yule.

  5. Mark Hargrove Says:
    December 17th, 2006 at 11:21 pm

    Yul deserved to win. Both Yul and Ozzy were very deserving competitors, but Yul had the right combination of physical and mental prowess. Ozzy was clearly dominant physically, but Yul was second in most immunity challenges. Second physically and first strategically wins in my book. They both needed each other to make the final 2. When it was the old Aitu, Ozzy was great, but he needed Yul to win the challenges as well. Ozzy needed Yul’s strategic prowess also to survive right after the merge. The two complemented each other perfectly, and thus made it essentially to the final 2 together.

  6. C Says:
    December 17th, 2006 at 11:23 pm

    There were many many decisions that were actually Ozzy’s ideas … Yule followed through with some so Yule got ‘credit’.

  7. James Henline Says:
    December 17th, 2006 at 11:32 pm

    Yule definatly deserved to win… he was very smart in his dealing, and was definatly the strongest player, it is not about endurance and strength, rather thinking and keeping your enemys close.

  8. Brian Says:
    December 17th, 2006 at 11:34 pm

    Yul is a fabulous winner! He embodied more game aspects than Ozzy did. Ozzy didn’t “outwit” anyone and lets not forget the one cardinal sin in Survivor and that is throwing a challenge. Those who think Ozzy should have won have a week platform to stand on… at best, he was a challenge master.

  9. Christian Says:
    December 17th, 2006 at 11:41 pm

    YUL is very deserving of the win, he played the game to perfection…. let ozzy show how good he was and sit back a little.. but while slackingon the strenght events, he out witted out smarted everyone. Congrats YUL and Ozzy was a deserving 2nd, and if Ozzy were to win, he also would of deserved it. Like they said “2 giants” hope to see them both on the next survivor all stars 2!!!! Way to go YUL and way to go Ozzy on the truck and a misely 100 000$ ….he’ll be able to go to school now!!!

  10. tina Says:
    December 17th, 2006 at 11:43 pm

    YUL deserved to win. He played the best game. He used his brains and his physical abilities to win. All Ozzy got was his physical abilities, without it, it’s kind of hard to win. It was Yul who did all the dirty work to get the Aitu tribe to the final four.

  11. cookie Says:
    December 17th, 2006 at 11:46 pm

    Ozzy deserved the win, even in the final immunity challeges Ozzy won both. I agree that Ozzy outplayed and outlasted blockhead Yul. Yul was more a public polititian than a competitor,while Ozzy really played the game like it should be played. I just wished the “mil” was split in too! Ozzy you are a winner in my book.

  12. James Says:
    December 17th, 2006 at 11:56 pm

    Congrats to Yul, I was hoping Ozzy would win but both of them played a great game with different strategies.

  13. nadd Says:
    December 17th, 2006 at 11:59 pm

    will it be known which juror voted for who?

  14. prettdee Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 12:01 am

    I am disappointed that Ozzy didn’t win. He kept his tribe in the game by winning challenges for his team and by feeding them. I think that the folk who voted against him were jealous of his prowess.

  15. Anonymous Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 12:13 am

    Survivor is a game about social strategy. We’re not watching the show to sit on the edge of our seats to see who can lift more blocks or stand on a post for longer…we’re seeing who can manipulate and coerce their way to victory. There’s a reason ‘Outwit’ comes before ‘Outplay’ in the logo, brains trumps brawn, and Yul beat Ozzy.

  16. Kristina Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 12:27 am

    I am really happy for Yul & feel he deserved to win. I also find it funny how those who were rooting for Ozzy (the fans) just like to whine & complain that the “wrong” person won without taking everything into consideration. If anyone follows the previous Survivor series, you will know Yul played a flawless game WITHOUT backstabbing the ones he loved. I feel Candice & Parvarti are sour losers & what Adam tried to do about stirring up & causing trash talk at tribal was horrible. That “man” has NO class & is stupid to boot. The 3 of them (candice, “poverty”, & adumb) were a waste & really a disgrace!

  17. Steve Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 12:34 am

    I think the thing I’ll always wonder is if Ozzy and Sundra had gone along with the plan to get rid of Yul’s idol if that would have changed the vote at all. That would have been viewed as a big strategical move for Ozzy, and given him a major weapon in the final tribal cousel. That one decision could have cost Ozzy the million dollars….

    I think all in all, a good season. First aliance that we’ve ever seen that lasted to the end and at the end, the members of the alliance were not bitter at all.

  18. P.R Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 12:36 am

    To the Ozzy fanboys

    “Yul was more a public politician than a competitor”

    Are you kidding me? Like or not, Survivor has always been a social and political game. Remind me again how Ozzy outplay Yul…

    1. Brags about stabbing Fat Billy in the back, and throwing a challenge to do it undermined his pure athletic game. This causes the downfall of the Hispanic tribe and led to Yul finding the idol. BAHAHA

    2. The sympathy card didn’t get him the million dollars.

    3. “He kept his tribe in the game by winning challenges for his team and by feeding them”. Big fricking deal! What makes him different from Rupert, Terry Deitz and the other challenge hogs? He did not make any big strategic moves unless you count his brilliant plan to throw the challenge to boot billy.

  19. P.R Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 12:41 am

    Ozzy was the outsider of the group. Of course, he has to keep winning challenges: it’s his only strategy.

  20. kool Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 12:58 am

    What you guys complaining about? Physically, yul is second only to ozzy..Without ozzy, Yul would win the challenges for the team. Without yul, the Aitu would be voted out long time ago.

  21. John Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 1:00 am

    Yul won because he found the hidden immunity idol and thus had all the power for at least the last portion of the show.

  22. Kit Kat Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 1:06 am

    I am thrilled that Yul won the Survivor: Cook Islands season…he was the most deserving out of Becky and Ozzy…given the circumstances that they had to endure throughout the 39 days. Yes, Ozzy played his heart out in the challenges and came out as the “Warrior”, but ultimately Yul was the one who played the game from the beginning to the end as the most deserving winner. Speaking eloquently has nothing to do with winning…(this is directed to the person who commented earlier).

  23. jasmine rose Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 1:20 am

    I’m sure that Ozzy will have a great future in gay porn!

  24. Tina Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 2:09 am

    I wanted Ozzy to win because he was able to save himself time and time again–they never got a chance to vote him off. Yul had the idol so nobody would vote for him–he let everyone know early on he had it to prevent votes for himeself. He was a suck up and a true politician. Also, Yul is a lawyer and definately not starving for money where as Ozzy really could have used the money for schooling. This sucked!!!! Becky deserved NOTHING FOR FLYING UNDER THE RADAR!!!!!!

  25. Paulette Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 3:02 am

    Yes, I am very disppointed I too felt that ozzy should have won, I felt he was the better player and more deserving reason being he was the under dog through out the game. #1 major strategic move Ozzy made he stayed loyal to those he had alliance with never once plotting to outs those whom he had alliances with; yet, we cannot say the same for Yul. As far as Yul was, concern Ozzy and Sundra where disposable. The fact that in the end Ozzy spoke up and said there should be a tiebreaker and not favor (Becky/Sundra) one over the other in my opinion that makes him an ultimate survivor. We all have our opinion there is no need to be on the attack.

  26. Kit Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 4:00 am


    I feel sorry for Ozzy b/c all this fans are…simple. You can tell by how they “talk” here that they can’t even remember what happened on the show. Their arguments for him deserving to win is so weak. He did win the challenges, but like another blogger commented, we aren’t watching “Survivor” to see who would physically dominate the game. Thankfully there were enough people on the jury who understood that this isn’t an Ironman contest.

  27. s Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 4:42 am

    About how people think that Yul shouldn’t have won because he apparently doesn’t need the money, since he’s a management consultant or lawyer…hmmm, if that’s the case, that they should go by who ‘needs’ money, then maybe they should have screened for and turned away all people who make a certain amount of money per year??? No! That’s not how the game is played. Winning the million should not be based on who you are outside of the game, although the final jury seems to think it does matter for some reason *cough* Brad…

  28. Blake Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 6:47 am

    With Yul being a leader through out the entire game, there was not a chance Becky would be the castaway winning Survivor Cooks Island. While Ozzy was a leader in an astonishing number of immunity competition winner, the women voters did select the winner properly, while the men did not.

    See for yourself: http://todayspolls.googlepages.com/survivor_winner

  29. Evonne Tan Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 7:46 am

    Oh, YUL !! Congrats to u!! I been voting for u since day 1. U deserved to win the 1 Millions!!!

  30. Mike C Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 7:51 am

    As I predicted, Yul would win!! Yes, Ozzy was a great competitor but didnt use strategy much. Yul clearly had all these people wrapped, and yes, the Idol was a huge factor in his game.
    The Final Three idea was a waste, Becky clearly had no business there and looked like she knew it.
    Hope they return to final two and didnt like how they eliminated the Car Curse from the game and just had people vote. For Shame!!!
    Just a so-so season, little drama, some good competitions, but no fun characters except Jonathan and Flicka. A yawn.
    But I could smell the Yul win a mile away even though it was close.
    Well-played Mr. Yul!!! And sorry Ozzy!!

  31. True Fan Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 7:51 am

    Remember guys, without Yul’s strategic move to flip Jonathan, the whole Aitu tribe would have been knocked off by Raro’s numbers.

  32. non Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 8:15 am


  33. non Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 8:27 am

    I’m soo sad that ozzy lost cos adam kept his promise to yul evn tho everyone in the aitu 4 made the decision…i admit yul is very smart but survivor’s not all about being smart and ozzy would be a perfect defenition to the word survivor..cos even tho his original tribe members are gone earlier in the game he managed to survive to the final 3 which i dont think yul would be able to do with out becky and his other allies…ozzy work more as n individual but yul worked with becky as a team and this is not survivor team so i dont think yul deservs to win… and although yul had the idol his plan wouldn’t have worked without ozzy winning the first II…because if ozzy didnt win candice would and so ozzy would have been voted out and yul woudn’t have the numbers

  34. Kathy Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 10:30 am

    “. . . without Yul’s strategic move to flip Jonathan, the whole Aitu tribe would have been knocked off by Raro’s numbers.” NOT TRUE! Ozzie wouldn’t have been voted out because he was winning the challenges. I, too, would rather have seen Ozzie win but Yul would have been my #2. I don’t see, though, how ANYONE could vote for Becky, especially after the tiebreaker fiasco!

  35. Penny Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 11:08 am

    I don’t care if Ozzy needs the money(it aint a charity) or made that ridiculous tie breaker suggestion.The fact is that He did nothing to improve his position in the game, knowing he was the outsider of the Aitu 4

    - He didn’t side with Parvati/Adam

    - He didn’t attempt to get the HII out of Yul’s hands

    But who cares? He is getting the lead role in Scored 2.

  36. sandy Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 11:18 am

    I’m thrilled that Yul won! For me, the beauty & complexity of Survivor is not just who can win the most challenges or spear the most fish – that’s boring. It’s a social experiment to see who can maximize all their resources – physical work, strategy, execution, teamwork, and LUCK to get to the end. Yul definitely encompasses all those complexities more so than Ozzy. Imagine, if Ozzy had lost any of the challenges, he would probably be gone by now. Ozzy only had one out for himself while Yul had control over many facets of the game. A true survivor :)

  37. Christian Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 12:20 pm

    Does anyone knwo who voted for who for the million dollars? We know Poverty voted for OZZY, Jonathan and Adam voted for YUL……… and ???????

  38. Marie Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 12:30 pm

    Yul was my pick from the beginning of the show and I’m glad he won. However, I’m very disappointed that he said that he was glad a minority won. In effect, he is glad a Caucasian DIDN’T win. The whole point was to prove that the race factor wasn’t an issue. The final four were all minorities. What if a Caucasian had won and said he/she was glad a minority hadn’t won? It’s the same thing.

    Yul put his foot in his mouth with that statement. But I’m still glad he won.

  39. Danny Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 1:06 pm

    Wow, people are getting heated on this. I’m glad to see ppl are arguing logically (to an extent) as who is the winner should have been/ is. I was worried people will resort to racial slinging & disses to the winner & runner-up. Well, except Marie’s comment (Yul didn’t mean a white person SHOULDN’T win, but we all had suspicions that the prize WOULD HAVE BEEN A WHITEY, a la the Mad Tv skit, was NO secret, m’dear). Also, search “Yul winner” in the news on google & one result is a racist tone one where Adam is predicted as the winner b/c “A WHITE GUY WILL PREVAIL” but the website is a joke, I think… anyways, great game to both Yul & Ozzy. For all you Ozzy sore loser fans, the MAN WON A THOUSAND DOLLARS. If he keeps his word, he can STILL GO TO SCHOOL & do all the good stuff he wants. Though in the CBS interview this morning, he’s buying a flying car LOL. Also, Ozzy will still be in movies (starring now) & he was a porn star b4. So RELAX, Ozzy will finally get all the fame, girls & $$$ he wanted. Yul played a clever game & deserved to win.

  40. Ed Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 2:44 pm

    I just want to know who voted for who!!!

  41. C Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 3:15 pm

    to MARIE: Excellent point made.

    to DANNY: (1)I see NO sore Ozzy losers here .. just folks wishin’ he’d won. (2) He won one HUNDRED thousand dollars – not one thousand, as you said. (3) The man was ‘joking’ this morning on TV … duh (4) Stop the smack about movies .. shows your age.

    Good job OZZY and YUL.

  42. RealityTVBash Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 3:26 pm

    Guess the spoiler I received that was posted on my website was correct. Congratulations Yul.

  43. Steve Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 4:13 pm

    I saw something brought up that is really interesting. If this had been the normal Survivor season with a final 3 showdown between Yul, Becky, and Ozzy, and Ozzy wins immunity, he’d have taken Becky. Yul got real lucky that it was the final 3.

    Yul would have joined a long line of top players who finished 3rd. Rudy, Lex, Kathy, Rafe, Terry. I know of those that at least Rudy and Rafe would have won easily in their seasons if it had been a final 3.

  44. Ed Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 5:31 pm

    RealityTVBash: Ugh.. no. You’re wrong. Yul already had the immunity idol. He was already guaranteed a final spot.

  45. Ed Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 5:32 pm

    That last post was for Steve, not RealityTVBash.

  46. justme Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 6:06 pm

    Anyone know who on the jury voted for whom? I can’t believe they didn’t disclose who voted for whom! I know Adam voted for Yul, as he stated so; but who were his remaining four voters? Thanks! All “help” would be appreciated! :)

  47. Steve Says:
    December 18th, 2006 at 6:38 pm

    No, his immunity idol would have expired after the final 4. Meaning, he’d have had to win immunity at 3 to get himself into the final 2. There would have been zero % chance that Ozzy would have taken Yul into a final 2 showdown.

  48. justme Says:
    December 19th, 2006 at 1:34 am

    well, not to rain on your parade, Steve; but had this been a “normal Survivor”, chances are that the immunity idol would’ve taken whoever had it to the final THREE instead of FOUR as in this season! The reason that it only took the holder of it to the final FOUR was because the producers KNEW ahead of time that there would be THREE people going into the final round instead of the normal TWO! So, I tend to agree with Ed. Yul would’ve been guaranteed a spot in the finals no matter what for having found and possessing the idol! Just my opinion!

  49. haoy Says:
    December 19th, 2006 at 6:29 am

    does anyone know who voted who at the final tribal council?

  50. Belle Book Says:
    December 19th, 2006 at 10:20 am


    I was so thrilled that Yul won the game! I thought that Yul deserved to win simply because Survivor is more of a strategic game than a pure survival one. If it was pure survival, Ozzy would’ve won hands down. But Yul was the master of strategy, and that’s why he won and that’s why he deserved to win.

    For all the Ozzy fans out there, I’m not bashing him. I think he would’ve been a deserving winner as well, and in any other season he probably would’ve won. But he was up against the mastermind, and Yul deserved it more.

    Belle Book

  51. Steve Says:
    December 19th, 2006 at 10:26 am

    I’m really intreagued by the dual immunity idols next season. It’d be really interesting to see how that concept goes.

    Just saw something pretty interesting. This season was the closest final vote since the very first season.

  52. Kathy Says:
    December 19th, 2006 at 10:33 am

    “had this been a “normal Survivor”, chances are that the immunity idol would’ve taken whoever had it to the final THREE instead of FOUR as in this season!” — WRONG! Last season’s rules — where only 2 went to the final tribal council — were the same as this year’s in reference to the immunity idol, i.e., you could only use it UP TO the final four. So that would have had no impact.

  53. justme Says:
    December 19th, 2006 at 12:06 pm

    Well, it really does no good to reference, “coulda, shoulda, woulda” anyway. The game WAS different this season, and was played by the rules laid down for it. Yul won it fair and square, imo. Nothing against Ozzy; he was a great competitor. But I’m glad Yul won for the simple reason that he DID play more of a strategic game versus Ozzy’s brute strength and agility tactics. It’s not just about how well you dominate in the comps. In the game itself it states, “Who can outplay, outWIT, and outlast” all the others. I didn’t see Ozzy doing much if any out”witting”. And Yul WAS a very good competitor in the games, coming in second to Ozzy on almost all of them. Ozzy was just better suited for that aspect of the game. But, I think Yul was the better “overall” player and deserved the win. Again, just my opinion!

  54. Anonymous Says:
    December 19th, 2006 at 2:19 pm

    Yul is a natural leader with impeccable diplomacy skills. It was evident when Adam couldn’t even get Ozzy and Sundra to vote Yul to get the idol out. That’s how much respect that the other tribemates have for the guy.

  55. Megan Says:
    December 19th, 2006 at 3:04 pm

    The man has no other strategy expect to win challenges. I would have more respect for Ozzy if he took more chances.

  56. Steve Says:
    December 19th, 2006 at 4:21 pm

    I kind of wonder if Ozzy had gone along with Adam’s plan to vote out the idol if while that would not have changed the game on it’s face, might have changed the jury. Ozzy would have made a strategic move and would have been able to argue that at final tribal..

    Typically, players that have dominated challenges like Ozzy have not fared well in Survivor.

  57. Fairplay Says:
    December 19th, 2006 at 7:15 pm

    I think the majority of the people in here wanted Ozzy to win

  58. Steve Says:
    December 19th, 2006 at 8:46 pm

    I’d say looking at the board it’s about 50/50, maybe slightly towards Ozzy. I think it was a season where everyone kind of played it safe and close to the vest. Maybe the most predictable final show that we’ve ever seen. Totally different than we normally see. I think the Aitu tribe had so much respect for each other that after they had obliviated the Raro gang, they couldn’t go into game mode against each other.

    I will say that I don’t think Ozzy had all that many moves TO make. The only one that he could have made would have been to align with Parvarti and Adam at 6 and take out either Becky or Sundra. But take this forward…

    Final 5 would have been:
    Ozzy wins immunity again
    Becky goes home. I don’t think it would have been possible to take Yul’s idol with her though.

    Final 4 would have been:
    Ozzy wins immunity. Yul has idol. They both choose Parvarti to go to the final tribal council…

    Parviti would get votes from Candice,Adam,Nate
    Ozzy would get votes from:
    Yul would get votes from:

    I think Yul would have still won quite frankly, and Ozzy would have finished in 3rd place..

  59. Sora Says:
    December 19th, 2006 at 11:05 pm

    Is there anything you wish you could have done differently?

    Ozzy: Very small, small things in the way that I tried to place emphasis on the value of the way that I played the game versus the way that Yul played it. To try and reach Adam, Sundra or Candice before jury time came. Again, I think I just was spending too much time fishing and not enough time politicking to be able to do that. It’s very draining, going out there fishing, and you come back and it’s hard to then jump into an intense politic session. Once it came down to individual immunities, I probably didn’t have to provide as much as I did and I probably shouldn’t have. I probably should have stopped fishing, because at that point, I only lost one immunity challenge and it was still within our tribes’ best interest to get rid of Candice at that time. (IGN Exclusive Survivor)

    In his own words, people! I always thought that fuzzy-haired porn star was overrated.

  60. justin yoon Says:
    December 19th, 2006 at 11:59 pm

    I think its great that Yul won. Without Ozzy, the team would have been winning with Yul…and still won…!!! Yul deserved first, and he got it.

  61. Anonymous Says:
    December 20th, 2006 at 12:57 am

    Go Yul!! You deserved it. You played an awesome game of Survivor!!

  62. Anonymous Says:
    December 20th, 2006 at 12:58 am

    Also, I had a feeling that there would be 3 facing the jury the second that day 36 came with still 5 survivors, and with that larger jury.

  63. tvfan Says:
    December 20th, 2006 at 1:42 am

    Yeah Yul! Our hometown boy’s got my vote since the very beginning. He lives a couple blocks from my school…

  64. Monique Says:
    December 20th, 2006 at 1:06 pm

    So, here’s who voted for who in tribal council.

    Yul: Jonathan, Adam, Candice, Sundra, Brad,

    Ozzy: Nate, Parvati, Jenny & Rebecca

    This information was given straight from the CBS: Survivor website.

  65. Anonymous Says:
    December 22nd, 2006 at 10:45 pm

    Yul: Black, White, White, White, Asian

    Ozzy: White, Black, Black, Asian

    50% of Ozzy’s votes were black, only 20% of Yul’s.

    20% of Yul’s votes were asian, 25% of Ozzy’s

    60% of Yul’s votes were white, 25% of Ozzy’s.

    Anyone find it interesting that Yul had 60% white, while Ozzy had 75% minority?

  66. me Says:
    February 6th, 2007 at 1:13 am

    who cares

  67. Anonymous Says:
    February 9th, 2007 at 2:05 pm

    “Anyone find it interesting that Yul had 60% white, while Ozzy had 75% minority?”

    What’s your point?

  68. www.lake-shore.co.uk Says:
    October 11th, 2007 at 9:57 am

    Ozzy should have won! I am really disappointed that Yul won.

  69. Marthie Says:
    November 13th, 2007 at 1:33 pm

    Glad Yul wins he deserves to win! he is the best
    from Marthie Bredenkamp from South Africa


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