Parvati runs off the stage to her family and hugs them and we see Parvati's hometown at their mandatory viewing party going wild for her victory. And despite not really wanting Parvati to win at all, I can't say I'm too disappointed. Of the two finalists, she probably played this game a lot harder and a lot better. I did enjoy the hell out of Amanda's move with the immunity idol, though. I guess I wouldn't have minded either of them winning. As the rest of the cast take the stage, Probst says this was a record-breaking season, and we'll discuss it all at the reunion up next. See you there!
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