Sorry to the Sarah fans, but I’m typing on my phone now and won’t be giving her a write-up that does her Survivor journey justice. We first met Sarah on Survivor: Cagayan. She was on the Brawn tribe and formed an early alliance with Tony called Cops-R-Us after he revealed he was a cop like her (a fact he was keeping hidden from the other castaways). However, this alliance fell apart after a tribe swap. After Tony cheered “Top 5!” after his new tribe won a challenge, Sarah felt like she was no longer important to Tony. She decided to play the middle at the merge and relished in being the swing vote. She thought she was calling the shots, but Trish managed to get Kass to flip after saying they would vote for whomever Kass wanted out. Sarah was Chaos Kass’s target, so she was blindsided after a memorable tribal council that included two hidden immunity idols being played incorrectly. Sarah returned for Survivor: Game Changers, which she ended up winning. Her threat level was low due to being in a cast with bigger names, but she played an aggressive and cutthroat game and hunted for advantages whenever possible. She even swiped an advantage intended for Michaela when she noticed it under the sit-out bench. The majority of the jury respected her game play and voted for her to win. Sarah returned again for Survivor: Winners at War. Sarah and Tony were on opposite tribes in Game Changers and he was voted out early, so they didn’t get a chance to play together then. They officially reunited and put their differences aside after Tony voted her out back in Cagayan. They worked together until they were swapped to different tribes. They reunited again at the merge and we’re still loyal to one another. Sarah managed to build a bond with Sophie, but Tony put an end to that pairing. He blindsided Sophie out of the game, and Sarah was shocked too. Sarah was livid, telling Tony “You just sunk my game!” However, she managed to let it go and continued working with Tony all the way to the end of the game. They faced off against each other in the fire-making challenge. Both were threats to win the game, but it was Tony who went on to the Final 3 and claimed his second victory. Nonetheless, despite several castaways wanting Sarah gone based on pre-season interviews, she still managed to make it very far and almost won the game again. And with Tony winning twice and Sarah winning once, Cops-R-Us can be considered the most successful Survivor alliance ever. Anyway, Sarah is a good game player, but she isn’t one of my favorites. Sorry to any fans, but out she goes from the rankdown.
And I’m saving Yul.