‘Survivor’: Scavenger Hunt Includes Ethan Zohn, Parvati Shallow & More ‘Winners at War’ Castaways

Survivor: Winners at War castaways Ethan Zohn, Parvati Shallow, Tyson Apostol, and Sandra Diaz-Twine just competed in a special scavenger hunt. Adam Klein hosted the hilarious event to raise money for a COVID-19 relief fund.

Everyone took the competition very seriously, yet there could only be one winner. Although it’s not as sweet as two million dollars, the winner does get bragging rights and a little extra something. So, who came out on top out of the four skilled legends?

Survivor: Winners at War – Ethan Zohn & More Go Head-to-Head

In true Survivor fashion, several of the most well-known faces of the franchise battled it out in a video chat scavenger hunt. Old Schoolers Tyson Apostol, Sandra Diaz-Twine, Parvati Shallow, and Ethan Zohn made up the roster of competitors for the challenge. Meanwhile, Adam Klein, one of the more recent winners of the game, hosted the affair. It was organized by Cameo in order to raise money for COVID-19 assistance.

All four contestants took it as seriously as if they were back on the island in Fiji. But they did have a good time poking fun at each other throughout the whole thing. Tyson joked that some of them talked before the event and formed a preshow alliance. Yet, the Survivor queen Sandra promised she was playing clean and they reminded her she couldn’t sit on the “Sandra bench” this time.

Survivor: Winners at War: Ethan Zohn - Parvati Shallow - Tyson Apostol - Sandra Diaz-Twine - Adam Klein

Parvati Shallow Dominates Round One

In the first round of the three-part competition, Adam Klein asked the group to bring back the best “food concoctions” in two minutes or less. Ethan Zohn was off before the Survivor: Millenials vs Gen X winner could even start the clock. He came back with some pizza he ordered from several states away.

Tyson Apostol stuck with peanut butter, which helped him win his way back into the game on Winners at War. Parvati Shallow brought a plate of fruit, almond butter, and Nutella mixed together. Sadly, Sandra Diaz-Twine had some technical difficulties and only heard Adam say “food,” so she brought back some leftover pasta, then later some salmon.

Adam was less than impressed with Sandra’s haul and he didn’t think much of Ethan’s. Parvati’s concoction narrowly beat out Tyson’s peanut butter, winning her the first round.

Survivor: Winners at War: Ethan Zohn - Tyson Apostol

Tyson Apostol Sings Frozen

Next, Adam Klein had the group of Survivor alums find something from a musical artist and then sing one of their songs. And although some of them didn’t follow directions, the results didn’t disappoint. Parvati Shallow sang a song on a children’s cat piano and Ethan Zohn used a toaster oven rack as an instrument.

But Tyson Apostol stole the show with a rendition of “Let It Go” from Frozen. At least, until Sandra Dia-Twine sang beautifully during her turn. Still, Tyson tried to earn some “extra credit” by bringing one of his daughters on camera to sing with him. Yet, the round went to Sandra anyway.

Survivor: Scavenger Hunt Winner Crowned

In the last round of the challenge, Adam Klein told the four to find their most impressive memorabilia from the show. Ethan Zohn was gone in a flash, returning with a hand-written piece of tree-mail that had Adam’s inner fangirl screaming. Tyson Apostol had a merge buff along with a doll look-a-like.

Then, Parvati Shallow used her signature Edge of Extinction shawl. And Sandra Diaz-Twine had her entire bag from WaW and all its contents. Ultimately, the round went to Ethan, who also racked up enough points to win the entire game and a Cameo from Adam himself.

Winners at War‘s penultimate episode airs tonight at 8/7c on CBS.

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