Emotions have run high with less than two weeks’ of days left in the game. Survivor: Winners at War episode 11 secret scenes show them off.
Look, when you almost have as many confessionals of one player in one episode than they did in the previous ten, it’s clear to say they became the primary focus. Tony Vlachos emerged as an overwhelming favorite to win Survivor: Winners at War after pulling off trick after trick out of his trusty bag, taking most of the focus away from everyone not named Sarah Lacina (nor her fashion line)
You would think with the decidedly Tony-oriented focus of the episode, there would be a lot of bonus looks left on the cutting room floor. Unfortunately, the Survivor: Winners at War episode 11 secret scenes are in, and there are just two this week. More unfortunate is that one of them focuses on a player who was second in edit visibility, and the other looks at players voted out of the game.
The first of two shows that Sarah Lacina is letting the perception of her winning game in Game Changers catch up with her as Kim Spradlin reassures her. To win a game of lying, cheating, and stealing takes a lot out of most rational-minded people, and you can see that the way others viewed how hard Sarah played in her win has taken a toll on Sarah’s perception.
The other half of the Survivor: Winners at War episode 11 secret scenes brings Yul Kwon back to the forefront, as he talked about his struggles on the Edge of Extinction. Thankfully, he didn’t wave the white flag days before being reunited with his family at the Loved Ones’ visit, and that bit of revitalization has helped him with the closure of potentially losing out on the game if he doesn’t make his way back on Day 35.
As usual this season, Jeff Probst also provided his thoughts on Survivor: Winners at War episode 11 in his own personal recap. The less I talk about his views on the Extortion Advantage here, the better.