Yep, folks. It's David vs. David for the final two. The rocker vs. the kiddie crooner. Two men enter, one man leaves! Welcome to the Thunderdome!
The kids sing three songs each, one chosen by a judge, one they choose themselves and one chosen by the producers. And nearly all the choices are dismal.
At last, we come to the end of our "Survivor" voyage. I'd be feeling all nostalgic, except that I have three hours of 'Survivor' to recap.
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