"I'm giving you straight talk. I have an idol. Actually, I have two. I found one here, and I found one at Nuku. I want to tell you," Tai tells Brad Culpepper. "I'm with you now. I feel like I owe you that, to tell me what you want me to do with it."
Tai's idols are worth something, but it might not be enough to keep his name off the chopping block.
"Tai's whole game has imploded. He's been caught in a web of lies. He felt so bad this morning that he wanted to make amends with me, and he told me that he had two idols. Now, do I really believe him? I don't know. I haven't really trusted Tai since he voted out Sierra," Culpepper confesses to the camera. "But if he's looking for a home, I can definitely use him for a number. I can help him get further in the game, but I've got to have collateral."
"I manipulated him on the first one, and I'm going to manipulate him on these two as well," Culpepper promises. "He's lied to me numerous times. I've got no problem throwing him under the bus and voting him out with his own idol."
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The season finale of Survivor: Game Changers airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
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