"Survivor" season 30 will wrap up with the upcoming two-hour finale episodes "It's A Fickle, Fickle Game" and "Reunion". Episode 14 will determine the final three among Mike, Carolyn, Will, Rodney and Sierra, while episode 15 will see the emergence of the sole survivor among them, for season 30.
The last tribal council, which featured Dan's elimination from the game, was one of the best in the history of "Survivor". Even with the advantage of an extra vote, Dan could not protect himself, as Carolyn, who is clearly the best contestant in terms of challenges and playing the game, pulled out her hidden immunity idol.
With Dan's addition to the jury, there are three men and two women left in "Survivor" 30. Mike is still up against the wall and if given a chance, everyone wants to send him home. By voting out Tyler, Carolyn, his only ally in recent times, Carolyn, has proved she has no issues breaking alliances to save herself.
Although bad at challenges, both Will and Rodney have played the game in a way that kept their allies close and their flips a secret. In fact, Will was the first one to slyly change sides in the very first no-collar vote-out that got Vince eliminated. However, he has remained off everyone's radar because he is barely a threat to anyone, much like Rodney.
Even with Rodney's annoying habits, his being a poor challenger is the only reason he is still in the game. However, when it comes to the final jury, many contestants are going to have a bone to pick with him.
Sierra will have to prove that she is worthy of being the "Survivor" because, in spite of being the only contestant with no enemies in the jury, she has very little to show in her "Survivor" season 30 resume.
To see who wins the coveted titled of "Survivor" in its 30th season, watch CBS at 8.00 pm (EST) on Wednesday, 20 May.