After returning from yet another Tribal Council, Stephanie Lagrossa, the 25-year-old pharmaceutical sales representative from Philadelphia, PA, was the last remaining member of the Ulong tribe. In my opinion, the Ulong tribe was the worst in Survivor history. Once she returned to camp she had to fend for herself. She had to build a fire and find food. She tried to go fishing but had no luck with it. Eventually the solitude took its toll on her. As Stephenie put it, "This is scary. This is the scariest thing and the hardest thing that I will ever do. But I'll never give up. I'm not a quitter."
Over at Koror, things were not much better than it was for Stephanie. At Koror, I think a lot of them were wishing they were on an island by themselves, because there was a massive amount of tension among the people in this tribe. I think what this tribe should have done a couple of times was lose on purpose. I think there is certain people getting on everyone's nerves and they should have been voted out a long time ago. "Let us run out of firewood. Let us run out of food. I don't care," Coby finally capitulated.
This next morning, Stephanie received Tree Mail that told her, she was merging with the Koror tribe. The Tree Mail also told her to take everything that she could with her and paddle to her new home. Personally, I don't think I have ever seen Stephanie as happy or emotional as she was when she got that Tree Mail. Once she arrived at her new home, everyone welcomed her with open arms and everyone also was pretending that Koror was a perfect little tribe and everyone got along.
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