What constitutes a week, marking down words of encouragement, and a butter knife highlight the Survivor: Winners at War episode 13 preview videos.
The Survivor: Winners at War episode 13 preview videos for “The Penultimate Step of the War” will showcase several moments from the first hour of the two-hour show this week.
There are seven players left in the game with one more coming back from the Edge of Extinction, yet there are just two weeks of the show left. We have five hours across this week and next to get through 10 in-game days of play, meaning there’s a lot to rush through, unpack, and dissect. Unfortunately, it means a bit of hampering when it comes to promotion since they can’t tease this week’s second hour due to spoiler reasons.
Thankfully, there’s more than enough Survivor: Winners at War episode 13 preview content to cover the players heading into the first brush with the Final Five. The first video continues a trend I’ve noted in this week’s power rankings; Michele’s underdog edit has continued to shift towards someone unaware of the game’s standing on a macro level.
She remarked that even though she was appreciative that Jeremy was made safe, she was truly blindsided by the votes, akin to bringing a butter knife to a gunfight. Though it’s good that she has a potential ally in the mix, not being in control of the vote, voting incorrectly, and having her 50/50 advantage made known to all proved to be costly.
Denise entered Survivor: Winners at War as the oldest player in the game, and she has proven herself to be a worthy competitor. Her perspective on being fed up with the intricacies of the past Tribal Council makes up the week’s second preview video, showing that she can both hold strong in the trying times and let go when she needs to.
Finally, we get some vintage Survivor camp life shenanigans as both Jeremy and Tony go over a debate that has had bodybuilders perplexed for over a decade; how many days are in a week? Tony is very much in the camp of there being five days in a week (off days don’t count), while Jeremy is a rational person who recognizes there are no off days in Survivor.
This is classic stuff and helps better understand the kind of budding rivalry Jeremy and Tony have on social media. It stems from the fact that one’s a cop and the other is a
firefighter, and it makes for great entertainment! Good to see Tony still sees value in keeping another lion in the game to fend off the hyenas.