Christina reads the treemail, which tells them to go on the Walk of Fallen Survivors on their way to the immunity challenge. Sigh. I thought we were done with this. Well, let's dispense with this in one sentence each, representing what the finalists thought of each one. Courtney: she hurt her wrist and never got to play. Nina: she hated younger women. Matt: he was cute but argumentative. Bill: he made some people laugh, but Colton hated him. Monica: she was kick-ass but just didn't make it into the alliance formed on day one. Colton: his evacuation was a game-changer. Jonas: he cooked good food. Michael: he was big. Seriously, that's all they said. Jay: A nice guy with a good outlook on life. Leif: small in stature but big in heart and a gentle soul. I think that's a nice way of saying "kind of dumb." Troy: biggest strategic threat in the game and he was the only one who almost broke up the women's alliance. Kat: brave and determined. Tarzan: he grew on us. Alicia: made it a lot further than anyone thought when they saw her on day one with her five-inch heels. Then they burn all the nametags they gathered along the way.
Time for the final immunity challenge! Christina really needs to win this if she wants to go to the finals. Maybe. Probably. It would be a good idea for her to actually try at something in this game for once. Anyway, the challenge involves using a long wooden pole to maneuver a bowl through a channel. There's a huge metal sculpture in front of them and they have to move the bowl along it and then stack the bowl on top. Sounds easy, right? Well, the sculpture is on a giant spring, so if they bang the stick into the sides or even breathe on it wrong, it's going to wobble. And they have to stack ten bowls on top. Yikes.
The challenge begins. Kim is the first one to stack a bowl on top. The others are not too far behind. Kim is super focused and in the zone, at least until she drops a bowl. Oops. That allows Christina to catch up, while Chelsea and Sabrina seem to fall behind. As Kim and Christina work on their ninth bowls, the wind picks up and it makes their structures move a little bit. Kim's stack of bowls is looking quite precarious as she winds through the structure with her tenth bowl. She gets it through and places it on top and she wins immunity. Holy shit. She is a challenge monster. She starts crying and Christina hugs her, as do Sabrina and Chelsea. Probst even tells her that she dominated the individual immunities. Wow, Probst -- don't sprain something patting her on the back. If she were a dude and had won this many challenges, Probst would never shut up about it. As it is, he's like, "Eh, not bad!"