‘Survivor 40: Winners at War’: Tony Vlachos Ran Circles Around ‘Drained’ Tribemates in Hilarious Bonus Scene

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Three-time competitor Tony Vlachos has grow to be one of the entertaining characters to look at on Survivor. In a hilarious bonus scene, the police officer actually ran circles round his exhausted tribemates as he had an unimaginable quantity of vitality.

[SPOILER ALERT: This article accommodates data revealed in Survivor 40: Winners at War Episode 13.]

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Tony Vlachos controlling ‘Survivor 40: Winners at War’

46-year-old New Jersey-based police officer Tony Vlachos returned for his third time in Winners at War to compete towards 19 different former Sole Survivors for a historic $2 million money prize.

Initially positioned on the Dakal tribe, the Cagayan champ put himself on “probation” and selected to not go away camp. Instead of working round searching for idols, he determined to give attention to his social recreation.

Tony put all of his pent up vitality into constructing an enormous ladder to retrieve breadfruit for his tribemates and entertaining them. After the tribe swap, the police officer reverted to his previous methods and hid in his spy shack by the water effectively for hours whereas his tribemates discovered who they wished to ship to the Edge of Extinction.

His day-one alliance with Sarah Lacina carried to the merge, and he allied together with her former Yara tribemates, Sophie Clarke and Ben Driebergen. However, he sensed that his accomplice and the South Pacific winner had been getting too shut, so he blindsided Sophie with an idol in her “crotch.”

He then took out Kim Spradlin-Wolfe, who tried to assemble the troops and vote him out, in addition to jury threats, Jeremy Collins and Nick Wilson. After 34 days, the police officer has by no means acquired a vote towards him, received three particular person immunity challenges back-to-back, and miraculously doesn’t have anybody at present concentrating on him.

The police officer is at present in the most effective place of all his tribemates and is poised to win the sport except somebody takes him out first. 

Tony Vlachos ran circles round ‘drained’ tribemates in bonus scene

In a deleted scene, Sarah Lacina described her and nearly all of her tribemates as “zombies” due to how “drained” they’re on a bodily, emotional, and psychological stage.

Tony requested everybody the place their vitality stage is on a scale, and so they all answered round zero. Even although the police officer claimed he was at an eight, he revealed in a confessional he really felt “like a 15.”

He doesn’t know if it’s the “lack of food” or what, however he can not “put the brakes on” and compares his vitality to a “winding toy” working throughout the island.

The police officer described himself as a “suckubus” as a result of he seems like he’s “sucking” the vitality out of his tribemates and “empowering” himself with it.

According to the Cagayan champ, he turns into extra energized as they more and more get extra exhausted, and he plans on retaining his foot on the gasoline till the top of the sport.

As Tony gave his confessional, a montage performed of the three-time competitor doing cartwheels on the island, opening coconuts, and breaking a bunch of firewood within the forest whereas his “drained” tribemates laid round camp.

The Survivor 40: Winners at War finale airs on May 13, 2020, at eight p.m. EST on CBS.

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