"Survivor: Cagayan" sends another castaway home

Spencer Bledsoe, Morgan McLeod and the rest of the team compete for reward during the seventh episode of "Survivor: Cagayan," April 9, 2014.
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It was the end of the road for another competitor on Wednesday's "Survivor: Cagayan."

So, who was sent packing? [Warning: Spoilers below]

After displaying a terrible amount of bad work ethic, poor social skills, refusing to help out around camp and informing everyone she's "used to things being easy for me and not having to work that hard to get things," it was Morgan who was eliminated at tribal council. Not even her argument that she should be kept around because no one would vote for her in the finals was enough to save her.

Elsewhere in the episode, Kass was convinced her alliance flip last week was a "triple win," because it ousted Sarah and forced Tony and LJ to play their immunity idols. "I'm a free agent," she brags.

Spencer also got a clue to a hidden immunity idol tucked in his napkin after a reward challenge and goes off to find it, but Woo steals the clue (out of Spencer's pants!) and both go searching for the idol with reinforcements from the rest of the tribe. Spencer found it before anyone else and then won individual immunity at the next challenge, so he was safe from elimination this week anyway.

The majority alliance wanted to target Morgan at tribal council, while Spencer wanted to oust Tony because he already used his immunity idol. He doesn't have the numbers to get it done, so he attempts to convince Kass to flip once again. She calls Morgan "annoying" but then says she likes to be unpredictable. "I do trial by ambush," she explained. "It's not a recommended strategy by any legal authority. It's probably not a recommended strategy by any 'Survivor' authority."

In the end, she didn't flip -- and Morgan was voted out.

"I just want to say how proud I am of myself...They can say whatever they want at tribal, that I was spiteful or that I was lazy, but I could care less what they said," she said in her final comments. "I mean, Kass is a child and if she was upset with me -- whatever. Grow up. You're 40. Get over it."

Tell us: Were you surprised to see Morgan go? Or did she deserve to be voted out of the game?