2. Sarah Lacina
After she gave Tony a full dressing down, it seemed as though Sarah resigned to having Tony in her life until it comes back to haunt her. From that point on, it feels as though either one of Sarah or Tony has the best chances of winning, although it seems like the editorial content, both positive and in a strategic context, is heading in one direction.
However, we have seen a lot more of a personable side in Sarah lately, especially when it came to the runway section. She has a bit of social upside, and we continue to get her opinions and direction in the narrative and in the game’s overall strategy. Sure, everyone, including herself, continues to be in the shadow of Tony right now, but that is a great place to be in a show where the “obvious winner” usually gets clipped at the Final Four.
If there’s anyone who can win this season, it’s the last two people in the Survivor: Winners at War episode 13 power rankings and the person who comes back from the Edge of Extinction. We’ve seen a bit of the strategic content, the social content is sneaking through, and now all we need is one big move for her resume to give her a real fighting chance.