Across social media, many fans of Survivor: Game Changers have complained that this season has not been as good as the ones in the past. While many of the most popular players were sent home early and many non-favorites stayed, this season has left a sour taste in the mouths of many fans. However, there was still quite a lot of great gameplay that went on for the loyal fans who stayed to watch. Granted, it may not have been everyone's favorites, but it can't be denied that this iteration had everything a fan could want in a season.
Survivor: Game Changers may have wrapped up last week, but it's the perfect time to look back at some of the great moments that happened. In no particular order we listed our top five below.
1- Sarah Lacina Playing Like A Criminal- This is a plus for Sarah Lacina and a negative for Sierra Dawn Thomas. With Thomas confiding in her that she controlled the legacy advantage and that she was going to give it to her should she get voted out, Lacina lived up to her expectations of playing the game like a criminal by plotting her demise. In the end, Lacina led the charge to take out Thomas in order to steal the advantage from her.
2- The Downfall of "The Six"- Originally controlling multiple votes, it was so satisfying when "The Six" alliance had the rug pulled out from underneath them. With Lacina flipping on them, the season thankfully took a different turn from what it unfortunately seemed to be heading to.
3- Sarah Lacina Wins The Season- In a finale showdown between Lacina, Brad Culpepper, and Troyzan Robertson, the best player this season in Lacina rightfully won and took her seat among previous legends.
4- The Sandra Diaz-Twine Blindside- Dominating the first couple of episodes, it was only a matter of time before two-time winner, Sandra Diaz-Twine, would have her dreams of winning a third time crushed. Although, watching her fellow contestants vote her out after the show's editing was certainly a shocking, but memorable moment.
5- Zeke Gets Outed as Transgender- During an intense tribal council, a contestant, Jeff Varner, outed his fellow cast mate, Zeke Smith, as transgender. Shocking the contestants at first, it wasn't long before the tide turned and became a heart warming moment in support of Zeke. Varner ended up going home that week without the contestants even needing to vote, as they just unanimously agreed that he would be the one to go. Making headlines, this moment is not one that will be forgotten anytime soon.
So those are our thoughts, what are yours? What did you think was the best moment of the season? Are you happy with the winner? Let us know in the comments below.