He said the benefit of that was that he wasn’t a “flipper.” He followed that up by looking pointedly at Hannah. “I’m terrified that if this thing isn’t out there, it probably means that Dave already has it,” Adam said to the camera.
“As the game went on, she was getting a little bit more confident and condescending with some of us because she felt like she was making a lot of moves that were to her credit.I’ll continue to be aware of my singleness and bloody well enjoy it every other day of the year. Six people were still in the running at the start of the emotional episode: David Wright, Jay Starrett, Adam Klein, Hannah Shapiro, Ken Mc Nickle and Bret La Belle. He selected Adam and David to eat the steak with him after stealing it. ET: Since it was Day 26, Ken finally got to open his legacy advantage, which he got from Jessica Lewis. ET: Us' reporter observed that final three contestants are holding hands on stage. In the end, Ken won by spelling out the words, “Not a participation trophy,” from some tiles that were provided during the obstacle course. Because Gen X-ers tend to criticize millennials for participation trophies? ET: Going into the next challenge, David explained that he had become the biggest target since Jay was gone. ET: "It became our dream together to come and play this game," Adam said about his mother. Adam agreed with that assessment of Hannah, so she countered that he was nothing more than a follower who went along with her plans. ET: Adam pointed out that he had worked hard to maintain alliances and keep the people close to him in the game. ET: Hannah started off by pitching herself as someone who was strategic, not flashy. As he said that, David was back at camp, asking Hannah and the others to vote Adam out. ET: Bret and Ken got leads in the challenge, and Hannah dragged behind. Unsure that his pitch worked, Jay ended up trying to play his idol that night to avoid being voted off anyway.