|"Anything Could Happen"|
Sandra, Jerri, and Parvati at camp
|Season||Heroes vs Villains|
|Episode Number||14/14 (285)|
|First Broadcast||May 16, 2010|
|Previous||Loose Lips Sink Ships|
|Next|| Young at Heart|
Anything Could Happen is the season finale of Survivor: Heroes vs Villains.
Immunity (Day 37)Edit
Challenge: Offer It Up
The castaways would balance ceramic dishes on the end of a balancing arm. As the challenge progresses, Jeff calls out different dishware that the castaways would stack on the far end of the balance. Should any part of a castaway's stack fall, that castaway would be out of the challenge. The last castaway in the challenge would win.
Winner: Parvati Shallow
Immunity (Day 38)Edit
Challenge: Blind Maze
The castaways would have to navigate through a maze blindfolded. The first castaway to retrieve four necklaces at stations within the maze and then find the immunity necklace would win.
Winner: Russell Hantz
| Tribal Council 16:|
Colby (4 votes)
Jerri, Parvati, Russell & Sandra
Sandra (1 vote)
| VOTED OFF:|
|“||Well hopefully, today's your day to go home. Adios.||”|
|“||I know if I had won that challenge today, I would have a shot at a million dollars. It's disappointing especially when the challenges were something I used to be good at. I guess I'm just an old, dusty veteran. My third time in, just, uh, not destined to win this game.||”|
| Tribal Council 17:|
Jerri (3 votes)
Parvati, Russell & Sandra
Parvati (1 vote)
| VOTED OFF:|
|“||Hopefully, it's you tonight and not me, because I wanna win. I'm sorry.||”|
|“||I have mad respect for you Parvati. You have shown again you are capable for kicking some serious butt. And for that reason, it's not a good idea to sit next to you in the final three.||”|
|“||Sorry I have to do this. I trusted you the entire game. I believe you have been loyal to me, but now my best shot to win this game is to get rid of you.||”|
|“||Crap! One more night! I was so sure I had this one. This is kind of the villain way. I am gleaming towards voting for Russell just because he's played an amazing game. This is over reactionary and hot headed, but for the most part Russell makes decisions that make sense. Except tonight.||”|
Final Tribal CouncilEdit
|“||This is absolutely insane. I am walking up here going "Parvati, Sandra, Parvati Sandra." I am perplexed.||”|
|“||Sandra, in this game the line between hero and villain was blurred most of the time. But you were a card, you put family first, and you always stay true to yourself. And that makes you a true hero to me.||”|
|“||Hey girl, I'm voting for you. I know everything you had to go through, dealing with Russell and all. But you are a great player. I thought you deserved to be sitting in the final three.||”|
|“||Fist bump, girl||”|
|“||Parvati, I was wrong about you. You were a warrior, and that is why you get my vote. King Arthur's journey has officially ended.||”|
|“||I'm honored to get to write your name down again, and give you a million dollars. Love you.||”|
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- Colby's vote for Sandra at the Day 37 Tribal Council was the first and only vote against Sandra that counted in Sandra's Survivor career.
- Sandra become the first (and only) person ever to win Survivor twice.
- Rupert became the first and only person to vote for the same person at two different Final Tribal Councils, he had previously voted for Sandra to win in the Survivor: Pearl Islands Final Tribal Council.
- The penultimate Immunity Challenge is the same challenge used A Slippery Little Sucker.
- The Final Immunity Challenge is the same challenge used in And then There Were Four.
- This episode marks Colby Donaldson's first time as a member of the Jury in the three seasons he has played.
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