Stephen M. Silverman
April 02, 1998 12:00 AM

Boston-based shoe designer Elisabeth Filarski got the shoo herself on “Survivor” The Australian Outback” Thursday night. Her departure whittles the list of remaining contestants on the top-rated CBS reality series down to three: Colby Donaldson, Keith Famie and Tina Wesson. They’ll duke it out for the $1 million prize in next week’s two-hour finale. “I know they didn’t want me to get into the final two,” Filarski said in her final words, “because I would have kicked some major butt in the situation.” Earlier, Donaldson, a custom-car designer from Dallas, not only won his fourth immunity challenge in a row (thanks to a memory game victory) but also a new car, soap, a hot shower and a hot meal with his mom in the game’s final reward challenge. “I’ve got a winning streak going,” said Donaldson, “and I’m gonna ride it as long as I can.” He later admitted to his mother, “In 38 days, I’ve been to the bathroom three times.” Thanks for sharing.

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