Survivor Millennials vs Gen X Final Predictions Results

Time to see the final results. I may have made a huge mistake.

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So Matt, our frontrunner, gave his predictions on the podcast leading up to the finale. When John submitted his picks, with Jay and Bret in reverse order from what Matt had given him, I went back and asked him if he wanted to swap David and Adam as well, thus giving him a chance to beat Matt. I did this to mess with Matt, and forgot to realize that I would in turn be helping John win. Which is a much worse outcome. Really took my eye off the ball there.

In fairness to me, I really thought David was going to win.

Note: As there was no third place finisher, no one gets points for that prediction.

  Andy John Matt
Mark Emma
Readers
20th Place Jessica CeCe CeCe Jessica Rachel
Sunday
19th Place
Figgy Figgy
Figgy Figgy
Figgy Figgy
18th Place Lucy Paul Paul Bret
Paul
Paul
17th Place Lucy Lucy
Lucy
Lucy
CeCe Lucy
16th Place Figgy CeCe
CeCe
Jessica
Taylor CeCe
15th Place Figgy Taylor
Figgy
Jessica
Figgy Taylor
14th Place Bret Bret
Sunday
Bret
Bret Bret
13th Place Chris
Taylor
Chris
Michelle
Jay
Taylor
12th Place Adam
Taylor
Taylor
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Taylor
11th Place Adam
Jessica
Sunday
Adam Jessica will_wahl_tWill
10th Place Chris
Jay
Chris
Sunday
Adam Jessica
9th Place Zeke
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Zeke
Bret
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will_wahl_tWill
8th Place will_wahl_tWill
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7th Place Bret
Bret
Sunday
Bret
Bret
Bret
6th Place Bret
Jay
Bret
Bret
Bret
Bret
5th Place Jay
Bret
Jay
Jay
Jay
Jay
4th Place Adam
David
Adam
Adam
Hannah
Adam
3rd Place Hannah Hannah
Hannah
Hannah
Ken
Hannah
2nd Place Ken Ken
Ken
Ken
David
Ken
Winner David
Adam
David
David
Adam
David
Score
  Andy John Matt
Mark Emma
Readers
Preseason
Winner
Pick
Taylor Adam
Ken
Taylor
Zeke Mari
Mid-season
Winner Pick
Ken Adam
David
David
Zeke David

John, Matt, and the reader’s scores are the three best scores we’ve ever had. So for a season that some say was too topsy-turvy and formless, it was also the most predictable since we started doing this.

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Co-host of the Purple Rock Survivor Podcast and the Canadian of the group, Andy has been watching Survivor continuously since the very beginning and likes to treat that as some kind of virtue to lord over others.

Favourite seasons: Heroes vs Villains, Cook Islands, Palau, The Amazon, Cagayan
Favourite players: Boston Rob, Kim Spradlin, Tony Vlachos, Cirie Fields, Yul Kwon, Rob Cesternino
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34 thoughts on “Survivor Millennials vs Gen X Final Predictions Results

  1. Andy is dead to me. I had it wrapped up, it was in the bag, and I was betrayed. It is like I was David, John was Adam, and Andy was Hannah

  2. Next season I’m going to keep track of my own predictions. I also nailed the final six and think I’m ready to break out of the rest of the readers (who I love) as the wonderful Butterfree I am.

    1. Yeah, I was thinking along the same lines. I would have gotten zero right this time around but, I definitely was good on a few earlier picks.

  3. “John, Matt, and the reader’s scores are the three best scores we’ve ever had. So for a season that some say was too topsy-turvy and formless, it was also the most predictable since we started doing this.”

    To be fair to those who say the season was formless, these predictions are much more edit based than based on who’s supposed to go out due to current alliances.

      1. Also, there’s a comma in “y’all” and I’d claim I don’t fee good about Canadians using it except I’m actually totally in favor of it. English lacks a good second person plural pronoun, and “y’all” is a great answer to that. It should be accepted across all English-speaking nations.

          1. O/T item: So I wear a sheep-herding jacket because, yes, I do dress like an assistant librarian. (I’m also applying for a job as an assistant librarian so I can live out my dream of telling college kids “pipe down, this is a fucking library”).

            It’s got a fleece layer and I realized five minutes after I tossed my phone on top of it today that it was muffling the sound, but I didn’t need it because I basically knew where I was going. So I stuck the phone in the cupholder and immediately thought “the cupholder does make it louder!”

        1. I started using y’all as a hip-hop affectation. But can’t stop using it because, as you point out, it is REALLY useful.

          1. “Y’all” is a perfectly sensible word that fills a role English doesn’t have anything else for. Spread the message.

          2. I use it regularly in everyday speech. But then the farthest north I’ve ever lived is Virginia so it’s been pretty normal everywhere I’ve ever been. Except Italy.

          3. My use of it used to be a hip-hop affectation but now it’s a Southern affectation because I’ve been watching Friday Night Lights.

  4. Guys, my one roommate is already watching The Great Indoors, but now my other roommate is watching it from the beginning and the first episode literally features a bit about participation trophies.

    It’s making it real real hard not to punch a hole in the wall.

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