Letters from home bring a Survivor to tears, but one tribemate
sees it as an opportunity to turn the rest of the tribe against
- A twist in the final stretch brings an unexpected battle for
the Final Four.
- Thirty-nine days ago they swam ashore on the Pearl Islands with
nothing but the clothes on their backs. Darrah, Jon, Lillian and
Sandra have made it this far, but only one will win. Who will be
the Sole Survivor? TV Guide: The final four castaways are reduced to two and the
jury votes for the winner.
Finale TV and web promos/ Click on thumbnails to view larger
Dec. 12, 2003
Probst: Rise and shine, Day 37 is here.
Voiceover: The winner will be announced on the three-hour season
finale, airing Sunday night at 8. Meanwhile, Lill may have
her eyes on more than just the million-dollar reward.
Lill: I love that man (gazing at Probst).
Sandra: It goes from good to bad.
Lill (ignoring her): I wonder if he'd like to join a troop?
December 11, 2003
Voiceove): The Survivor castaways were thrown overboard with
the just the clothes on their backs. It began with 16,
now it's down to four. Who will be the ultimate Survivor?
Darrah: Hell, I dunno, I'm not even gonna be here.
Voiceover: Lill, the Scoutmaster.
Lill: I have to keep going.
Voiceover: Sassy Sandra.
Sandra (from Ep3): I can get loud too, what the f?
Voiceover: Or Survivor's most notorious liar, Jonny Rotten?
Jon: I'm the king of men, and they're women.
Sandra (from Ep3): He's an ass.
Voiceover: Don't miss... (blah blah blah)
Probst (at TC): It should be a fun finish.