Last week, Alicia declared that she was running the show on "Survivor: One World" (Wed., 8 p.m. ET on CBS), and she did so again this week. And yet, it's been pretty clear to everyone watching, and everyone on the island, that Kim was calling the shots.
Kim has also been playing both sides of the remaining six contestants. A dangerous game that she feared would come unraveled. But instead, she was able to take advantage of Tarzan trying to do the same thing to get the women united one more time to evict the final man in the game.
She was right in declaring that it would be disappointing to see a man in the final tribal council, after the women had worked so well together to decimate them. So Tarzan was the next to go, leaving five women alone to vie for the title of Sole Survivor.
Find out who wins the whole thing on the typical Sunday finale for "Survivor," kicking off at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.
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