Sandra Diaz-Twine is not about to sit through endless Survivor challenges on the Edge of Extinction.
The only two-time winner in the show's history is known for skating by by sitting out of challenges, so when she was voted out in last week's episode and sent to the Edge of Extinction, she decided not to stay.
At the start of tonight's episode, she announced to fellow Extinction residents Rob, Amber, Ethan, Parvati, Natalie, Tyson, and Danni that she wasn't about to stick around and deal with all the physical difficulty of Extinction, and she sailed away from the game for good.
"I feel like I can't do anything else, you know?" she said. "Like, my time here is done and I've done everything that I can possibly do in the world and in the game of Survivor, and I don't need to do anything else but move on."
"I have no interest in running up the mountain for a little scoop of rice, sleeping in a raggedy shelter, being bitten by rats," she told the camera. "I don't want to deal with it. I'm not very good at the challenges. Everybody knows that. So I feel I would be wasting my time just for an opportunity to go back into the game, which I'm not gonna succeed at. I got voted out, and now it's time for me to go."