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  1. March 20, 2019 Episode 5 Previously on Survivor: Wendy made enemies. Joe thought he was making friends. Wardog was the swing vote and Rick went home.....errr to EOE. Day 12 EOE, Rick finds himself gathering wood. Rick says he takes it as a test. Challenge time: They will race thru obstacles collecting bolos along the way, they will then attempt to land those bolos on racks. Reward is jars of PBJ and trimmings, second place gets PBJ sandwiches. Ready...Go! they are neck and neck thru the ropes. Manu is first thru the ropes. Lesu struggles getting the bolos. Kama has all their bolos, Manu has all theirs. Every tribe member has to land a bolo on the boards. Kama has 1, 2. Manu has 3, Lesu misses. Manu and Kama tied. Kama wins big reward. Lasu scores 2. Manu wins reward. Lesu is empty handed again. David says they are running out of adjectives to describe these defeats. Kama day 12. Julia says the Kama tribe is a force to be reckoned with. She feels Joe is the biggest threat and she feels he should go sooner then later. Joe says he trying to make his tribe feel like they need him so he isn't the one going home. While Joe fishes the rest of the tribe talks about getting rid of him. Ron tells us that camp w/o Joe would be miserable and they will not win all the comps. Julie says Joe can not go to far in this game and she is concerned all 4 of the retuners are still there. Manu enjoys their sandwiches and talks about enjoying chickens. Aubry says its so frustrating to talk about chickens (as a chicken walks in front of her) Aubry is looking for someone that will step up and show her they are good to go into the merge with. They tribe talks about getting rid of Aubry. Aubry talks to Victoria about getting rid of the big boys. At Lesu, David wants to go fishing, Wardog has never been fishing before. David says he will see if he can find some snails, he goes looking for the HII instead. The rest of the tribe say David is worthless and cant off by himself. Lauren says if they go to another TC it will be David. Wardog talks to Kelley about voting out Lauren. Kelley says on this tribe its good to have an A, B,and C plan. She has to have a game plan to get her farther, its kill or be killed. At EOE, They have news! A box with some thing for each of them. They are on the EOE, there goal is to get back in the fold. They fold the map to find something. They make a pact to go all together. Keith takes his rice and walks away, it doesn't take the others long to notice him gone. Reem is disappointed, the rest take off after him. Chris shoves Keith away and finds 3 stakes with string attached. Rick gets the other advantage that says he can give one person going to TC an extra vote. Time for Immunity Challenge: They have to swim out to a raft, climb up, dive down to get puzzle pieces in the form of buoys, then use the buoys to make a buoy pyramid. Kama and Manu sit out one each. Goo! Manu and Kama are first to dive down to release the first set of buoys. Kama cant get it and send another person in, Lesu cant get it either. Kama gets their first piece. Manu gets their second piece, Kama gets their second piece. Lesu in dead last with no pieces. Manu and Kama start working on the pyramid. Lesu sends their last player into the water (Can Wardog the the pieces where the girls couldn't?) They have no pieces. Wardog gets first piece, David goes down to get the next piece. Lauren give it a try again....she gets the second piece and they head to make the pyramid. Kama thinks they have it and they do. Both tribes look at Kama's pyramid. Lesu thinks they have it and they do. Lesu wins immunity. Manu will go to TC. Victoria says they all think Aubry needs to go, its a big move and big moves are risky. Manu day 13 Aubry says it was almost surreal coming back from the challenge, the original 4 came together and the plan is to vote out Wendy but do they make a big move? Aubry and Victoria wonder who should go, Wendy or Eric? The girls talk about taking out Eric but Wendy cant make a decision or have an opinion says Aubry. How can Aubry work with someone who doesn't have an opinion. Aubry is walking around with her bag looking for a place to put her HII when she reaches into her bag and finds an envelope, its the extra vote from EOE. The last time the vote can be used is when there are 7 ppl left in the game. Aubry says this extra vote changes everything, does she use it now or hold on to it. She doesn't know what to do when something positive happens in this game. She has to have faith that just the little bitty thing can go right. TC night 13: 4 of the 5 have to get fire. Gavin says the mood was relaxed when they got back to camp. Aubry says everyone was always talking. Victoria says she was in on some convos. Wendy says she feels ppl are confused about her game play, she is not sad cuz she made it here. Aubry says when you find the perfect black cat to your witch its the perfect Halloween night. Gavin says he doesnt see Aubry as a returner but as a helper. Wendy has found the transition from normal life to game very had. Eric say he has had feelings wondering if the will get duped tonight. Aubry says some times things are more simple then they seem. Time to vote. Time to tally the votes. Anyone want to use a HII? nope. Votes: Aubry, Wendy, Aubry, 5th person voted out of Survivor is Aubry. She is shocked and says you guys are unbelievable players. She says good luck guys and walks off. At the EOE signs she says that's an easy decision, a no brainer as she takes the torch. Day 14 at EOE. Aubry says she got burned real bad last night, like JT embarrassment. She will pull herself up, its what she does. Time for Reward challenge. The other tribes cant believe Aubry is gone. They will have to leap over tables, pull a lever to release sand bags, us the sand bags to hit targets to raise 2 flags. Reward is coffee, pastries, second reward is coffee and cookies. Ready Go!! They are all off fast. Over the tables and got the first levers done and on to the sand bags, they have to have all the sand bags in the bin. Kama is first to get them all and Joe starts to throw. Lesu and Manu still getting all the sand bags together. Kama is on fire and drops the first flag, Manu gets their first flat. Kama wins reward. Manu gets their second flag. Lesu wins nothing. Kama has won 7 out of 8 challenges. Kama day 14, Julie says its to the point where she expects them to win the challenge and that's not good. Julie congrats Joe for winning that challenge, she tells us she is pulling the wool over Joes eyes, she wants him gone. Joe says was hard to see Aubry gone, you got no where to hide and no one to rely on. He says it makes you appreciate the ones at home more. How far can you go, how far can you take it. Joe says the other tribes see them as a huge group of five and will want to get rid of them. Joe talks to Julia they are a threat. Lesu day 13, they talk about Joe being amazing again. They need food, they are going to look for crabs. Lauren says its all crappy, its hell. She has never cried so much before. Lauren says she is so hungry but the rice makes her sick. Lauren and Wardog need food. David finds a huge clam. Wardog thinks Lauren is done and needs to go next, he talks to the others and they agree. Kelley says she understand she should vote out Lauren but cant work with Wardog. David agrees with Lauren, Wardog does nothing, sucks at challenges and only crunches number, if it will get him to day 39 he will do it. EOE day 16, they got more info. New maps just like the last ones but with holes. Auby follows the others. This map is harder then the last one. Rick says OMG its on the beach, he starts digging at the mast....and nothing. Reem checks the water at low tide and her and Keith find something....When the time comes penalize your biggest threat by assigning these knots to them. Reem says she found it first but didn't touch it first. Reem gets mad that Chris said she gave it way, she gave it to Keith. Aubry says its a disaster here, its a dysfunctional family, no one knows how long this train wreck will last. Immunity Challenge time: They have to climb a ladder, maneuver a rope thru a bamboo frame, sprint to the finish and do a puzzle. oh...one extra thing, only the first tribe to win gets immunity, the other two tribes will go to TC. All of them are up the ladder and getting the bag thru the rope. Kama is out first, Manu is down. Kama gets the bag off the rope first. Manu is next. Lesu is last. Kama drops the cage followed my Manu. Lesu is struggling but gets the cage down. All tribes on the slide puzzle. Kama thinks they have it and they do. Lesu and Manu will go to TC together and they will vote one person out of the game. David says strap yourselves in every body its going to be chaotic. Manu camp. Eric says the challenge went horrible and with both tribe voting it could be a 4/4 tie, are they ready to draw rocks? Wendy says David? Eric says they wont want to go to rocks, what returning player would return for a 3rd time to go to rocks. Should they say they are willing to go to rocks and ask if Lesu is willing? Gavin says he doesn't want to go to the next stage w/o Eric, he will to go rocks. Victoria says they all agreed to go to rocks but she is not, don't ever trust her. Over at Lesu: Kelley says if she were them they would try to get out of them. Wardog want to put 4 votes to Wendy. Kelley says they will vote for her. Lauren says she didnt come this far to go to rocks, she is pissed. Wardog goes off to dry is foot out, says does he want to go to rocks for Lauren? he goes for a walk. David says Wardog is creating a war within his own tribe. They all go looking for the HII. Wardog and Lauren stop on the trail and talk, Wardog walks away and Lauren looks past him and finds sees it over his shoulder. Lauren and Kelley talk about whether or not to use their HII or vote for Wardog. Time for TC: Both tribes come in and have a seat. Victoria says there were no side convos today, it was one big convo. Lesu agrees, they knew they had to stay united. Wardog likens it to the Gunfight at the OK Corral. Kelley say they will welcome anyone from the other tribe with open arms. Wendy says she is having a flashback, she is in the middle of both tribes. David says they consider Wendy a part of their tribe. David says if it has to come to rocks it will happen, nobody here is afraid of rocks. Victoria says she finds it hard to believe he will come here 3 times to go to rocks. Eric agrees. Eric and Gavin whisper David pulls Wendy aside to talk to her. Time to vote. Time to tally the votes. Anyone want to use a HII? nope. Votes: Wendy, Lauren, Wendy, Lauren, Wendy, Lauren, Wendy, Lauren...tied. Revote with Lauren and Wendy not voting all others can only vote for them. Lots of whispering between tribes. Time to revote. Time to tally the votes. Votes: Wendy, Wendy, Wendy, sixth person voted out is Wendy. They say sorry Wendy. She ask Jeff to call her Big Wendy and he does, she also gets a hug from Jeff. She runs off saying cheese burger and shower. She gets to the EOE sign and grabs the torch. Next time on Survivor: Its that time (drop their buffs) for another Survivor first. (EOE tribe come in)
  2. March 13, 2019 Episode 4 Previously on Survivor: Wendy ruffled feathers, Wardog had a plan. At TC Chris was voted out and went straight to EOE. Night 8, EOE Chris arrives and is greeted by Keith and Reem. Reem tells Chris to read the sign and tells us he isn't going to come in her to the Holiday Inn. Manu tribe, Wendy returns the flint, she tells David she is not done, its part of her master plan. Wardog talks about Wendy going home next. Kelley says Wendy is not a normal person, she hid their flint who does that. Time for Challenge, as the tribes come Kama cant believe that Chris was voted out. Everybody drop your buffs, going from 2 tribes to 3. They pick new buffs, Blue, Yellow, Green. Manu is Blue with Wendy, Aubry, Vickey, Gavin and Eric. Kama is Yellow with 5 original Manu tribe of Joe, Ron, Julia, Julie and Aurora . And Lesu is Green with David, Kelley, Rick, Lauren and Wardog. At Kama Joe says there is whole new dynamic, he is trying to build strong solid relationships, he feels Aurora is solid and he fells great with Ron. But Joe doesn't know that Joe told Julia to look thru Joes bag for a HII, she finds nothing. Ron says with Joe not having a HII he will be an easy target. At Lesu Wardog says they are looking good. Rick says Wendy is probably telling that tribe everything. David makes fire. Lauren feels like she is going to throw up and tells us Survivor is harder then she thought it would be, she cant eat the rice anymore, she misses her family. At Manu Wendy shows her new tribe around. Audry says she is excited about the tribe swap, if they lose they have Wendy as an easy pick off. Wendy says she is really happy to be on this tribe. Wendy tells them everything. They ask about the chickens, Wendy is not happy. Night 9 Manu....Wendy lets the chickens lose. At EOE a storm is coming in. Day 10: Keith says it sucks, all he can do is stare at the mast. HIs mind is his best friend and also his enemy. Keith is angry Chris is here. Chris says he has a fear of failure, his idea of playing a perfect game is shot. Chris goes fishing and brings back 2 little fish. Chris says he doesn't know what this island has in store for them. Are they a family? a tribe? what? Manu day 10 They tribe finds the chickens gone. Eric says if he catches a chicken its not going back in the cage its going under the machete. (as we hear a chicken squawk) Immunity challenge time: They will have to race over a series of A frames while carrying heavy ropes, use the ropes the pull a heavy crate to the finish, in the crate is a puzzle. First 2 to complete the puzzle wins immunity. Kama is quickly over the A frame. Lauren struggles. Lesu falling behind. They all start to make a human ladder to get to the top of the last A frame. All come over about even. Blue starts to pull the box, Kama and Lesu follow quickly. Kama and Manu get their box to the end. Lesu also has their box. Kama starts the puzzle followed by the other 2 tribes. Kama thinks they have it and they do. Manu moving pieces down, they think they have and they do. Lesu will go to TC. Kama remains undefeated. Kelley says this tribe is so bad, now they have to cut out one of the family, its horrible. Lesu Day 11. Its raining. Rick says they cant catch a break, now they have to cannibalize themselves. Rick and David agree to not put each others name down. Lauren hasn't eaten and she threw up this morning. The guys say all in on Lauren. Lauren says she feels they think she is the weakest but she isn't. Lauren and Kelley say Rick, they talk to Wardog. Kelley says Wardog is playing Survivor like Poker. Talk goes back and forth with Wardog being the swing vote. Wardog says its not about a tribe now its about Wardog, who can he dance with. Time for TC: Jeff asks what's going on with the tribe. Rick says you are watching Lesu evening news, this may be his last time. Wardog says affection and respect for each other is all they have. Kelley says she went thru the wringer in Cambodia and with this tribe they are so close. Rick says he is surprised how fast you can make a family. Wardog says this is a game of games, the social, the physical. David says there things in this experience that re more then the million at the end. Jeff says that is why playing is so hard. Lauren says TC wont be ugly, it will be hard. Wardog says the first 3 TC were easy this is hard. David says it is the most emotional TC he has been to. Time to vote. We see Rick vote for Lauren and Lauren vote for Rick. Any one want to use a HII? nope. Votes: Lauren, Rick, Laruen, Rick....tied....4th person voted out is Rick. David looks surprised. Rick says he takes it all back they are the worst, the says he is rooting for them. Rick walks off to the EOE sign and chooses to take the torch. Next time on Survivor: A diabolical plan and a ray of light can push you over the edge.
  3. finally they took out a power player before the middle of the show
  4. March 6, 2019 Episode 3 Previously on Survivor: talk was about getting out the returners. Keith was voted out and had to decide to go home or grab a torch. Night 6 Edge of extinction: Keith joins Reem. Keith is scared, Reem tells him its rough out there. Reem says she now feels responsible for Keith, she feels she has to stay to make sure he is ok. They get bottles on the beach, the bottles have maps in them. They go off to follow the map. They find steps and finally find a little bit of rice. They have to do this every day. Reward challenge time: build a wheelbarrow, take it thru obstacles collecting and bags, take the wheel barrow apart to make a sling shot, us the sand bags to shoot down targets. Reward is comfort or chickens. Ready go! Manu gets the axel in. Kama gets their axel. Manu is out of the gate first and into the obstacles. Kama at first sand bags and on to their second bags. Manu catches up. Kama takes the wheelbarrow apart. Kama struggling. Kama has trouble with the arms of the slingshot. Manu's slips right in. Manu shots and gets their first target and 2nd. Kama gets 1. Manu gets 3. Manu wins reward, their first challenge of the season. They take chickens. Wendy is crying, her ankle started to hurt walking away from the challenge, its swollen and now she cant move it. Manu day 7. the tribe helps Wendy into camp. She says that when they were disassembling the wheelbarrow it fell on her but she was concentrating on the challenge and didnt really feel it. They guys talk about killing the chickens while Wendy tries to deal with the pain. Wendy doesn't want to kill the chickens. Wendy asks Rick to help her set the chickens free. Kama day 7, Victoria says they havent lost a challenge until now, she says Joe and Aubry are a target and Aurora is with them. Victoria talks to Ron not knowing Joe was there. Aubry says her and Joe are scared coming in to these new players, she wants to find the HII, she goes looking for it, she has never found an HII....until now. She cries. Back at Manu they are still talking about killing the chickens (her ankle now is wrapped) Wardog is trying to convince her. They tribe is not happy with Wendy, they talk about getting rid of her. Its Kill or be Killed. Immunity Challenge day 8: they have 3 members in a boat, 4 members int he water pulling the boat, they have to collect keys from a platform, us the keys to open chests to get puzzle pieces to solve a ships wheel then spin the wheel to raise a flag. Ready gooooo. its dead even. Still even. both get first keys, they have to get 2 more. again its tied. Manu has a slight lead, they have their 3rd key and are headed for the platform. Kama gets their last key and headed for the platform. Manu has their chest open, Kama has theirs open. Kama thinks they have the spokes together and open the second bag that has the rim of the wheel. Manu is struggling. Manu is wrong again. Kama raises their flag. Kama wins immunity. Manu goes to TC for the 3rd straight time. David tells us this is his opportunity to target Kelly. Manu day 8, Wendy says she is injured and she still killed the comp. David says it was his fault. They talk about killing the chicken, they look for the flint and cant find it. Wendy walks away with the flint. David and Rick go to ask her about it. She says Chris had it. They talk about making a big move by getting Kelly out. Back at camp they get an ember going and grab a chicken. David and Chris talk about getting rid of Kelly but Chris tells us that he is with Wardog with Wendy. Chris tells Wardog it will be either Wendy or Kelly. Wardog says he trusts Chris more then David so maybe it will be Chris. Kelly says if you come for me you have to go...no more Wendy take Chris. Rick tells David that Kelly's name wasnt supposed to come up, David says no matter what tonights TC will be interesting, no one will see the betrayal kindly. Time for TC: Jeff asks Rick what would he call this tribe, he says losers. Wardog brings up the chickens, he says Wendy is like him, a wardog. Kelly says they are doing something wrong so it comes down to trust. David says tonight is more about getting rid of the social threat. Kelly cant process what David said. Wendy says what ever happens in TC its like a pyramid and she is on the bottom. A tribe that has lose after lose and they seem to be playing a very complex game. Time to vote. Time to tally the votes. Anyone want to use a HII? nope. Votes: Kelly, Chris, Kelly, Chris, Chris, 3rd person voted out is Chris. Not a word is said, Chris walks down the path to the EOE signs and says screw those guys he is getting back in the boat and grabs a torch. Next time on Survivor: You can fly the coop but you cant escape a twist. Drop your buffs...they are going from 2 tribes to 3 tribes.
  5. cant wait to find out what Keith decided
  6. from hearing her at EoE she just might raise the flag. Any idea on what Keith did? did he go to EoE or go home?
  7. February 27, 2019 Episode 2 Previously on Survivor: Manu had a few ppl isolate themselves. At TC Reem dug her own grave and was the first person voted out and the first person to face the new twist...edge of extinction. Day for edge of extinction. Reem is bundled up in a tarp. She has no idea what is going on, what does she have to go thru. She finds a sign, she will have to work for everything, if at any point you wish to end your adventure raise the flag and a boat will come get her. She has nothing but time to analyze why she got voted out, she cries, she is not a quitter. She makes a shelter. She doesnt want to disappoint her family. Manu Day 4 Wendy is angry that Kelly is there. Wendy says David is playing a calmer game. The others say they have to keep an eye on Wendy. Kelly says she knows how Wendy feels she has been on the bottom. They talk about going out and looking for an HII, it would be an open HII for all of them. Kama Day 4 Camp laughs about making a song for next TC. Aurora says dancing has become their thing. Aubry says she doesnt like kume by ah survivor. Aubry tries to get a feel from the girls about how they feel about returners. They dont talk about it but talk to the boys and they say the returners need to go. Aubry goes to each player saying they remind her of....she likes when they.... Victoria says she is trying to grab someone in, Aubry should go. Lauren says Parviti and Wentworth were her roll models and she wants to find the HII so bad. Lauren has found the HII. Lauren rehides it where only she knows. Day 6 Immunity challenge time: they will swim out to a cage, get over the cage to a long and heavy snake, pull the snake to shore, open the snake to get numbers to combination lock. Open the lock to get rings to toss at oars that have letters on them. The first to spell Immunity wins also up for grabs is either spices, knives and cutting board or a deluxe Survivor fishing kit. Aubry has played this before she says that is one heavy snake. Ready go.... Everyone is in the water. Keith is struggling and getting help from tribe. Kama has snake free and lifting it out of the cage. Manu gets their snake free. Kama is working well together, Manu struggles. Kama dragging snake thru the sand to a long platform and starts to untie it. Manu starts to untie their snake. Kama has their lock open. Joe tosses the first ring for Kama and gets it. Manu ties it up, Kama gets 2 and 3. Manu gets 2. Kama gets 4 and 5. Manu struggles. Kama gets 6, Manu gets 4. Kama gets 7 and 8. Kama wins immunity, they choose fishing gear for reward. Manu will go to TC again. Wardog wonders if there is a plan C, maybe a new game plan is needed. Manu camp, Keith says he is sorry, they say its ok. Keiths before the challenge it would have been Wendy going now he feels like he is on the chopping block. Wardog says Keith is a liability. Kelly says yeah Keith didn't do good in the challenge but Wendy is after her. Keith promises Chris he will stay loyal to him. Chris and Rick talk about taking Kelly out, he tells David and David agrees with it. David says this tribe isn't big enough for 2 returners. Keith is excited to vote out Kelly. Wardog tells Chris that with a bigger target on Kellys back its better to keep her. Chris says Kelly now then Keith. Wardog wants it to be his plan but for them to think its their plan. Kelly says ppl are acting strange and its making her nervous. If she were in their shoes she would vote her out. Kelly trusts Lauren but not the rest. If she goes before Keith she will be pissed off. Night 6 TC: Jeff asks Wendy if she is concerned she will get votes again tonight. She says yes. Kelly says being a returner she will always be a bigger shield. Lauren says they cant lose again...ever. Jeff asks Keith if he is worried. Keith says it depends on the relationships you build. Chris says its not just strong in a challenge but strong in votes. Wardog says there is a lot of taking going on and there may be blindside going on. David says there will be blindside. Rick says who doesnt want to check blindside of their Survivor to do list. Time to vote. Time to tally the votes. Anyone want to use a HII? nope. Votes: Kelly, Keith, Wendy, Keith, Keith, second person voted out is Keith. Keith says now you guys think you will win challenge? Dang dang dang it!! He gets the signs for edge of extinction choices... reaches for the torch then back off and talks to God. (we dont see what he chooses) Next time on Survivor: When the cats out of the bag, you'll need a pack mentality or you'll catch a bad break. (We see Wendy with her foot on her bag and huge purple spot on it. At edge of extinction Reem says she has been there for 3 days and had only a few bites of coconut, she says if someone doesnt show up she may have to raise the flag.
  8. well she would drive me nuts. Keep your hands off my stuff.
  9. Survivor 38 Edge of Extinction February 20, 2019 Episode 1 These 14 strangers are about to begin an adventure that will change their lives. The will compete along side 4 returning players. And there is a secret game changing twist....after being voted out players will be faced with a decision, go home or go to the edge of extinction where they will be pushed further then ever before to get back in the game. In the end only one will remain to win. 39 days, 18 people, 1 survivor. Welcome to the 38th season of Survivor. Jeff tells the 14 castaways that 4 will be joining them. Jeff goes over the track record of the returning 4. Four different game styles, 4 different personalities but none of them won. Lets kick it up to the next level, they have 2 minutes to get anything off this boat onto their boat...go. People and things are going into the water with little communication. Keith struggles with swimming. Kama has the early advantage with what they have in their boat. Manu day 1. Tribe gets to shore and unloads the boat. They all introduce themselves. Rick says he has watched Survivor since the very first show. They get started building shelter. Kelly gets a bad feeling about Rick, she is going to have genuine relationships this season. David says ppl are coming to him for advice and he is trying to help them. Wendy tells the tribe she has mild turrets and describes some of her ticks. Kama day 1 They unload their boat. Victoria tells us when she was 8 she asked Santa for a Survivor buff. Joe says ppl are asking him what to do. Joe builds fire. Julie says she lives in NYC and has no survival skills. Ron says Kama is off to the best start. Ron says there were 18 ppl on the boat and he found a secret advantage..it says "dig 3 feet east of your tree mail" he heads off to find it. Ron finds and Advantage Menu that allows him to choose one of the following. If they lose a challenge he can steal the reward from the other tribe, or get an extra vote or get individual idol, he has to use it by the 3rd TC. Kama day 2 they wonder what edge of extinction means. Joe tells Aubry he gets good vibes from the tribe. Aubry is worried about being the returner that gets her head chopped off. Gavin says he knows the show and is here to win the money. Gavin and Eric talk about keeping Joe for a while to hide behind him. Eric wants Aubry out fast. Manu day 2. Reem is pleased with how the tribe is going. Lauren says Reem is a super helper mom but she wont leave ppls things alone. Keith says he is a mommas boy, he and Reem hang out. Reem and Wendy offer to help Keith learn to swim. He improves instantly. The rest of the tribe sees them in the water and think they are divided now. Day 3 Immunity challenge time: Maneuver thru an obstacle, one person will ring a bell, cross a 3 tier balance beam and get a bar that will make it easier for the rest to cross, then climb to a crows next to pull a lever that drops a slide, then they have to do a puzzle to win Immunity and flint. Ready...go! Over and under ropes. They get thru the ropes, Joe rings the bell, Chris rings the bell. Joe gets across the beam and starts to untie the knots. Eric makes it across, Aubry gets a cross. David is the first across for Manu. David gets help from Lauren. Eric is at the top of the crows next for Kama. Manu having trouble getting the knots untied. Kelly takes a huge fall. Manu makes it across. Lauren gets up the crows nest. Kama working the puzzle. Manu now at the puzzle. Kama comes to a stop and then restarts. Kama sliding their last piece into place. Kama wins Immunity. Jeff tosses the flint to Joe. Manu heads back to camp with Kelly's head bleeding. Manu day 3, they are disappointed they lost. Reem says Lauren and Kelly need to be separated. Keith says they are dogging Rick down. Keith is not feeling the well vibe and he needs to play the game for himself, he tells the rest of the tribe. David says he feels they can play without Wendy. Wendy says she is voting with Reem. Wardog (Dan) wonders if he cant work with Wendy. Wendy tells Reem they are throwing her name around. Reem says she is stronger then she looks, she is strappy. Night 3 TC: Manu comes in and gets fire. Reem is talking and Jeff says she seems annoyed already. She says her name was tossed out there and she is annoyed. Kelly says lots of names were thrown out. Reem says her name was thrown out and she is calling age discrimination. They tell Reem she is to much, she says she thought she was being caring and consideration. Wardog says Reem will be hard to handle. Chris says if he had things hanging in a tree it was to dry it out. Reem says a lot of things would have happened differently. Jeff says they haven't had a lot of TC where talk is centered on one person. Reem says she is surprised, famous last words..don't be the first voted out. Jeff says someone has to be. Its time to vote. Time to tally the votes. Anyone want to use an HII? nope. Votes: Reem, Kelly, Wendy, Lauren, Reem, Wendy, Reem, Wendy...tied...1st person voted out is Reem. As she walks away Reem says she hopes it pours down rain on these ppl. She sees some wooden signs saying she has a decition to make, if she wants does not want to play anymore follow the path to the right. If she wants a chance to get back the game, take the torch and get on the boat Reem takes the torch and gets on the boat. She is dropped off and finds nothing. She does find what looks like an ancient rotted boat frame. Next time on Survivor: When your fire is too bright, a phoenix must burn to rise from the ashes.
  10. I see we have some returners. Joe, Aubry, Kelly and David. Two on each tribe.
  11. David Wright Age: 44 Hometown: Philadelphia Current residence: Sherman Oaks, California Occupation: Television Writer Previous season: Millennials vs. Gen-X Hobbies: Chess, 3D printing/making puzzles, and figuring out how to live forever. Pet peeves: Sudden loud noises, people who don't use the turn signal, people who don't clean the lint trap after using the dryer, people who don't keep their dog on a leash and then act surprised when it jumps on me, people who believe in ghosts and psychics, and people who incorrectly use the word nonplussed. People. Three words to describe you: OCD, nervous, and paranoid. What's your personal claim to fame? Lasting 38 days of a 39-day Survivor game. Who or what is your inspiration in life? Mr. Spock—he's intelligent, logical, and has trouble fitting in. If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? Paintbrush. Paint. Canvas to make fake advantages, clues, and fake Idols. Which Survivor contestant are you the most like? I relate most to David Wright. That bald nerd just needs a hug. What's your reason for being on Survivor? The first time I played I got a lot of unexpected growth as a person. This is my second chance and this time I'm going to earn the title of Sole Survivor! Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? I am going to win Survivor by applying all of the skills and knowledge gained from my first time playing the game in which I lasted 38 days. I'm going to play even harder to outwit, outplay, and outlast! Read his biography at CBS
  12. Gavin Whitson Age: 23 Hometown: Erwin, Tennessee Current residence: Erwin, Tennessee Occupation: YMCA Program Director Hobbies: Going to Disney World, binge-watching The Office (I can quote every episode), eating Texas Roadhouse fried pickles. I might need to rethink my life based on my hobbies... Pet peeves: Holding the door for someone and they don't say thank you, people who vape, people asking me if I am still in high school, slow texters, other people touching the radio in my car, and parents yelling at their kids in youth sporting events. Three words to describe you: Sarcastic, hungry, and a dreamer. What is your personal claim to fame? Five years ago I asked a girl to go out with me and she said no. One year later I asked again and she said yes. Now we are engaged and I couldn't be happier. She is also lucky because I am a catch! It's really an accomplishment for both of us. Who or what is your inspiration in life? My mom and dad. They have been my support system for the past 23 years and I wouldn't be the person I am today without them. They have taught me to always show kindness, no matter the situation. They have also taught me that if you truly want something in this life, you will do everything you can to get it, no matter what it takes. I am going to use the values and lessons they have taught me to play this game. If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? Xbox: I can pass the time watching Netflix or playing Fortnite. A mirror: gotta make sure I am looking sharp for everyone at home. Mint Chocolate Chip ice cream: do I really need to explain? Which Survivor contestant are you the most like? Keith Nale. Everyone loves Keith! I would just play more socially aware. He's the only guy that could compete with Joe Anglim. I want to be the guy everyone is pulling for back home. What's your reason for being on Survivor? I have this internal drive to win the show. I listen to the theme song when I shower and I dream of winning Immunity. It's just a burning desire I have always had. I love this show. Also, to prove to my mom I won't be voted out first. She about died when I showed her the application. She said I would embarrass myself or pass out when I got hungry. You just wait, Mom... Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? First off, if I can survive running a summer camp with 100 crazy kids, I know I can survive on an island with 20 crazy people. That's 80 less crazies to deal with! I'm from the south, so being outdoors is in my blood. I also bring the mindset where if you want something, you get off your ass and go get it. Nothing will be handed to you. I will earn my spot in the group. Read his biography at CBS
  13. Kelley Wentworth Age: 31 Hometown: Ephrata, Washington Current residence: Seattle Occupation: Marketing Manager Previous season: Second Chance, San Juan del Sur Hobbies: Photography, walking my dogs, and witchcraft on the weekends. Pet peeves: Unseasoned rice, games involving balls, and people who think they're basically badasses. Three words to describe you: Independent, expressive, and stubborn. What's your personal claim to fame? "Wentworth, does not count." x9 Who or what is your inspiration in life? Anyone who won Survivor on their first try. If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? Amazon Prime Fresh delivery, because... food. Clothing options that cover all of my body because... weather. Toiletries, 'cause hygiene is important. Which Survivor contestant are you the most like? Kelley Wentworth from Survivor: Second Chance and I think she was also on Survivor: San Juan Del Sur. What's your reason for being on Survivor? I have one thing left to do in this game: win. Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? I survived for 38 days last time. I think I can handle one more day. Read her biography at CBS
  14. Chris Underwood Age: 25 Hometown: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Current residence: Greenville, South Carolina Occupation: District Sales Manager Hobbies: Surfing, sailing, camping, anything outdoors! Pet peeves: Laziness, political Facebook posts, people who are all talk and no walk. Three words to describe you: Personable, hustler, and intuitive. What is your personal claim to fame? My professional career. I went from being a barista to managing the #1 sales team in my solar company within a year. Who or what is your inspiration in life? The people who have taught me to get back up when I'm knocked down, to fight for the things that matter in life, and to never let my goals get away from me, no matter how big or small. If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? A surfboard because Fiji has amazing waves! A skillet because literally everything tastes better on a skillet. Scuba gear equipped with a spear gun because I love diving and spearfishing. Which Survivor contestant are you the most like? Malcolm because of his charm, Rob because he is a leader but also manipulative, Spencer because of how well he understands strategy, and Ozzy because of his skills in the water. What's your reason for being on Survivor? My primary motivation is to say that I accomplished the goal that I was set out to do—win! Even if the grand prize was $1,000, if I say I am going to do something, then I am everything in my control to achieve it. Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? I can make fire, fish, build shelter, and I will most likely be cooking a lot of meals (I'm big into cooking). Also, I'd work hard and won't lay around camp. I'm a team player in terms of getting a group to work together, I am extremely competitive, and I will do whatever it takes to help my team win! Read his biography at CBS
  15. Keith Sowell Age: 19 Hometown: Fayetteville, North Carolina Current residence: Durham, North Carolina Occupation: Pre-Med Student Hobbies: Writing and performing my poetry, tennis, playing video/board games, and going to the movies. Pet peeves: When self-absorbed people talk about all the money they have and things they've done, and only actively engage in conversations when the topic is about them or their "equals." Three words to describe you: Religious, competitive, and creative. What is your personal claim to fame? Getting the Jackie Robinson scholarship because I had never before achieved something on a national level. It still amazes me! They had over 3,500 applicants, gave interviews to 140 and awarded only 63. To be a part of that 63 still leaves me in awe and I know it's only by God's grace. Who or what is your inspiration in life? My inspirations are definitely my mom and grandma! Without them there's no way I would be the type of person I am today. They taught me morals, values, and how to always have a loving and caring personality. They've seen me at my lowest times and have never withheld their love for me. We never had much but my mom always made ends meet for me. My grandma was the one who first started me on my walk in faith, which is my biggest rock in life. They are my heroes! If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? My Bible because it would be a constant reminder for me that God is always watching over me! My poetry book because my poetry gives me life! My Black Panther jacket because I'm a Marvel fanatic and it can always bring a smile to my face. Which Survivor contestant are you the most like? I relate to Jeremy Collins because that was a family man. He put his family above all else and played solely for them. My family is the only tangible thing I've always had since day one! They're my reason for everything. I also think I'd love to rely more on social gameplay as he did and connect with people for longevity. What's your reason for being on Survivor? No doubt my primary motivation for being on the show is my family. Since I was born, we've lived in the same trailer without much change. Ever since I was doing well in school, I feel like eyes have been on me to help us out of stagnation. If I can make some things happen to help us go above and beyond, then you can best believe I'm going to be that breakthrough. Survivor may just be that start for me. Secondly, I'm motivated to learn more about myself. I've never had to find my food or stay outside, so I'm ready to see what I can do when tested. And of course, I'm a superfan and this has been a dream of mine! I'm already the youngest black castaway to date. How cool would it be to add being the youngest Sole Survivor onto that? Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? I know I can be the Sole Survivor because I've already been living against the odds. Me being a lower-class black man, I wasn't nurtured to be the salutatorian of his class that would be able to afford Duke University of all places. I didn't have the bloodline of doctors to show me how to succeed or the finances to take prep classes for educational opportunities. I didn't even know what class rank or GPA meant until junior year. When I took the Pre-SAT, I asked "What class is this for?" I was set at a disadvantage, yet I made things happen. I went against the grain, and did what I needed to do to put myself on a pre-med track. I'm driven, focused, and possess the willpower to make mountains move. Nothing has stopped me thus far, so no 17 or 19, or however many castaways are going to stop me now! Read his biography at CBS
  16. Julie Rosenberg Age: 46 Hometown: Baltimore Current Residence: New York City Occupation: Toymaker Hobbies: Psychological thrillers, hot yoga classes, escape rooms, and spending way too much time online researching gluten-free recipes that I never end up making. Pet peeves: Hoarders, people who invade my personal space, and anything that's floral scented. Three words to describe you: Underestimated, determined, and maybe a little neurotic. Okay, I'm definitely neurotic. What is your personal claim to fame? Raising my two kids who impress me every day with their intelligence, strength, humor, and resilience. I hope I can make them as proud of me as I am of them. Who or what is your inspiration in life? My husband. He is incredibly smart, caring, and selfless. He has always been there for me and supports me in everything I do. Every time I watch him with our children, it reminds me that he is the best example of what a parent should be and inspires me to be a better parent myself. If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? My iPhone for its playlist of my favorite songs to keep me motivated when things get tough. A picture of my husband, kids, and two Bernese mountain dogs to remember that they are back home rooting for me. Milk chocolate. That's self-explanatory. Which Survivor contestant are you the most like? A combo of Stephanie for her tenacity, Cirie for her humor and fun-spirit, and Dawn for her propensity to have some emotional moments. What's your reason for being on Survivor? The challenge. I have wanted to play this insane game since I saw the very first episode. Something about pushing myself to the absolute physical and mental limit possible has always appealed to me. It's about proving to myself and to those that know me that I can actually do this!. Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? There is no doubt that I will be out of my comfort zone every step of the way, but when I set out to do something I become laser focused and I never give up. While I may not be the strongest physical player out there, I am smart, social, and will play the game with both my brain and my heart. I have waited 18 years to do this and nothing is going to stop me from winning. No other outcome is even an option! Read her biography at CBS
  17. Lauren O'Connell Age: 21 Hometown: Bakersfield, California Current residence: Waco, Texas Occupation: Student at Baylor University Hobbies: Binge-watching multiple Netflix series at once, sleeping through my alarm, and eating a party-sized Peanut M&Ms bag in one sitting. Pet peeves: People who are intolerant of someone else's personal opinions and beliefs, unnecessary rudeness, and those misguided people who choose Twizzlers over Red Vines. Three words to describe you: Competitive, committed, and compassionate. What is your personal claim to fame? I believe my claim to fame is my resilience and grit. Throughout my physically demanding career as a collegiate athlete on the Baylor Women's soccer team, I've endured four orthopedic surgeries, rehabilitated physically and emotionally in order to remain an integral part of an Elite 8 team, and will obtain a Bachelor's degree in Medical Humanities (in four years!) from a phenomenal university while prioritizing service and volunteerism in the community of Waco. Who or what is your inspiration in life? My parents inspire me. They love passionately: each other, their family, and their friends. They model compassion and selflessness through their daily actions and have taught me to persevere through grief and smile through life's toughest obstacles. They've inspired me to fight for things I believe in and they always remind me that my value is not determined by the perception of others. They love abundantly and without reservation, cheer for others in every circumstance, and model how to reflect Jesus in my life. If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? My Bible to remind me that I can only find my worth in Him. Sunscreen. But only SPF 25, because a little tan looks good on everyone. M&Ms. Which Survivor contestant are you the most like? Parvati Shallow is my spirit animal. Her infectious smile, smart wit, and expertise in using her sexuality has won her a place in my heart and I feel like my gameplay could be similar to hers. I also strongly relate to Kelley Wentworth's gameplay. She is unapologetically herself, dominates the physical demands of Survivor, and is a threat in any type of challenge. Ideally, I would play the game as a perfect mix of these two powerful females. What's your reason for being on Survivor? My primary motivation for being on the show is to test my INDIVIDUAL capacity to rise to all the challenges I will face. I have played team sports from the time I was four years old and so have always had teammates to rely on when competition was intense. This game will push me to rely on MYSELF, with no parents or teammates who have my back, nobody to lift me up emotionally, and nobody to help me through the physical demands. It will be a true test of MY strengths, my confidence in my social skills, and my individual ability to build alliances that will benefit me, all in a very short and intense time period. The fierce competition from the starting moment is what draws me to this game. This has always been a dream and goal of mine! I told my family when I was seven years old that I would be on Survivor, and I FINALLY am! My final motivation is that I will be applying to dental school next year which is an extremely expensive dream, so when I am named Sole Survivor I'll be able to pay for this dream without incurring more debt. As a dentist, I plan to change lives by instilling confidence through beautiful smiles, and winning this game will help me to achieve this without the burden of debilitating debt. Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? I have a competitive drive that few people can hope to match. I am a fierce athlete with the ability to endure extreme physical battles coupled with the desire to throw myself wholeheartedly into new adventures and challenging situations. "Surviving" won't be an issue—I plan to outlast and win. I am brilliantly strategic, but subtly humble about it, so people are not intimidated. In addition, I have a plan for a spectacular social game that cannot be beaten: allowing people to feel like they are in charge, while ensuring them that they are important, loved, and valued, all while I am masterminding moves in the background. I've studied this game for years, my Barbie and Ken doll were named Tina and Colby, and I know exactly how to manipulate if necessary in order to win. Read here biography at CBS
  18. Aurora McCreary Age: 32 Hometown: Pensacola, Florida Current residence: Orlando, Florida Occupation: Divorce Lawyer Hobbies: Rock climbing, adventure racing, and brunch! Pet peeves: Know-it-alls, ignorance, playing the victim card, any noise coming from the mouth, the easily offended, slow walkers, and people who are homophobic. Three words to describe you: Direct, ruthless, and athletic. What is your personal claim to fame? Having my mom tell me she was proud of who I became before she died. We were polar opposites and did not get along, but in the end, she was proud of me. Who or what is your inspiration in life? My brother Shane. We went into the foster care system after being taken away from our biological mother. Shane wouldn't leave my side and always protected me and made me feel normal. He made sure I wouldn't grow up with negative memories or scars and allowed me to become the person I am today. If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? Gum: I have an addiction and I don't just chew, I chomp! Sunglasses: I cannot hide my facial reactions and roll my eyes constantly. Earplugs: I'm an extroverted introvert so the fact that I am surrounded by people and can't get away is going to drive me crazy. Which Survivor contestant are you the most like? Tyson for being a manipulative, mischievous prankster, Ciera for her attitude and foot in the mouth moments, and Michaela for her die-hard competitiveness. What's your reason for being on Survivor? I love the show and have been obsessed with it since the beginning. I want to be in the depths of the conversations, manipulations, and absolute psychological warfare. Also, the competitions look like so much fun. Oh no, I have to stand in the middle of the blue ocean and prove I'm a badass—GAME ON! Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? I will bring my analytical skills. I'm good at going into a situation knowing what I want, reading others, and finding out what drives them, manipulating the situation to make them think my goal is theirs. I have the ability to take the personal side out and bring forth the cutthroat side. Read his biography at CBS
  19. Eric Hafemann Age: 34 Hometown: Chicago Current residence: Livermore, California Occupation: Firefighter Hobbies: Backpacking, basketball, woodworking, and pretty much anything outside. Pet peeves: My biggest pet peeve is people taking themselves too seriously. Come on, relax people. I try to remember that 99.9 percent of the time I am NOT the smartest, coolest, most interesting, deserving, or important person in the room. Three words to describe you: Enthusiastic, outgoing, and spontaneous. What is your personal claim to fame? I am extremely proud of my profession. It was a lot of hard work and took some serious grit to get where I am. I'm proud of that, and what I am now a part of. Good people! I'm also very proud of being a good dad! I had one of the best fathers on the planet, so I have big shoes to fill. So far, it's going pretty good. Who or what is your inspiration in life? The first person that comes to mind is my older son Levi. Levi is an amazing kid. A couple months before he turned two, he was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Simply put, he has some challenges that most kids don't and yet he is the most joy-filled, free-spirited, hard working kid I know. He really is a special human and I get to be his dad. How rad is that! He is all the motivation I need! If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? A picture of my family to remind me why I am playing and why I need to play so hard. A book. Something to feed my mind and something to keep me grounded. Most likely my Bible. A surfboard. Which Survivor contestant are you the most like? I have to say Tony Vlachos. I don't think we are very similar people but I think we agree fundamentally on how you play the game. Tony was a grinder from start to finish. He understands that EVERY piece of the game, EVERY moment, EVERY situation has value and can be used to influence your outcome. I think most players only identify the most obvious parts of Survivor as pieces on the board when in reality, every last detail is a movable piece. It's going to be my goal to be "ON" all the time in the game. In other words, to never stop playing. I plan to work angles everywhere and with everyone... all the time. I think this is how you win, by paying attention to the details and then playing off of them. Tony did that I think, and so will I. What's your reason for being on Survivor? My primary goal of being on the show is for the adventure of it! Adventure is something that is important to me, and something I think I will always pursue. But this adventure is a unique opportunity to practice the things I preach to my sons. The show will give me an opportunity to show them that hard work pays off and that pipe dreams are absolutely worth chasing! This show is a special platform to tell a really good story! Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? I think I have a lot of skills that serve a team well. I have a strong work ethic, I'm good with my hands, I'm strong and physical, and I think I'm good at making people feel valued. Another thing I am good at is keeping/bringing people together. I think I have the gift of mediation, which will be HUGE in Survivor! Someone has to keep the alliance glue sticky... I just might be that guy. Read his biography at CBS
  20. Wendy Diaz Age: 25 Hometown: Los Angeles Current residence: Bell, California Occupation: Small Business Owner Hobbies: Swimming, rock climbing, anything active, karaoke, and getting into shenanigans! Pet peeves: I cannot stand when people don't carry their weight. I also hate quitters! Find a way to get something done! Don't just give up when the going gets tough. Three words to describe you: Idiosyncratic, fun-loving, and spontaneous. What is your personal claim to fame? Starting my own business from the ground up. Who or what is your inspiration in life? My mom is my greatest inspiration. She worked hard and raised three daughters all by herself. I don't know what I would do without her! If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? I would definitely need to take a small jar of Vaseline, my lips get dry! Hair ties: I cannot stand when my hair is in my face! I need it up to win challenges. Last but not least, I really want to take Scruffy. Okay context time: I have a stuffed animal that I have had for 20 years and I have never slept without him even to this day. My sister and BF insist I don't take him because what if I get him sandy or ruin him. I'm conflicted. Which Survivor contestant are you the most like? I am a hybrid of many players! I think I would play the game like Sandra, I would be the second Diaz to win! But my attitude towards people would be more like Tai. He is just so full of life and I love his outlooks on things. What's your reason for being on Survivor? I would like to be on the show because I want to see how tough it really is. I love putting myself in these kinds of situations and when watching the show, I have a sense that I can do this with ease. My second motivation would probably be the money. Not in the typical sense. I have always said that I want to be rich just so I am able to help other people. I grew up poor, and I am by no means well off now, but I am content with my life and need nothing more. I could use that money to help people, even in the smallest way. Especially my mom and people like her. Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? I think I have the agility and the cunningness to win. I love outdoorsy stuff and can't wait to see what the wilderness throws at me! Read her biography at CBS
  21. Rick Devens Age: 33 Hometown: Blacksburg, Virginia Current residence: Macon, Georgia Occupation: Morning News Anchor Hobbies: Basketball, hiking/playing with the kids and dogs, and video games. Pet peeves: Not taking ownership of actions, over explainers, waiting in line, and people not using coasters. Three words to describe you: Funny, compassionate, and loyal. What is your personal claim to fame? My kids, BUT one time there was a cat stuck high (very high) up in a tree for days and may have died but I did a news story and contacted folks and got him rescued, so I have that going for me. Who or what is your inspiration in life? My father. He's totally focused and dedicated. A West Point grad and Airborne Army Ranger. He can do anything. Also, shout outs to Stephen Colbert and Stephen King who are brilliant and funny. If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? The Stand by Stephen King. A great book and long so it'll entertain me for a while. A LEGO figure. My son always asks me to keep his LEGO men safe. A picture of my family, dogs, and cats included. Which Survivor contestant are you the most like? Cochran. He's a strategist. He was also a genuinely nice guy but he was there to PLAY! What's your reason for being on Survivor? I want to win. I've been watching and dreaming of being Sole Survivor since high school. I think I can win! Also, the $1 million. Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? I'm an Eagle Scout and have all the basic survival/first aid skills. I'm a hard worker and good at alleviating tension. Read his biography at CBS
  22. Dan "The Wardog" DaSilva Age: 38 Hometown: Ossining, New York Current residence: Los Angeles Occupation: Law Student/Former Military Hobbies: Gym, basketball, and Netflix binging. Pet peeves: Weakness for sure, but most of all negative energy, that person who just complains constantly that the world never breaks their way. Three words to describe you: Confident, self-amused, and passionate. What is your personal claim to fame? Bronze Star Medal in Afghanistan, close second was being the youngest in my Basic Training company and making it through in a time when 20 percent or so were sent home. It was 1997 pre-war standards. Who or what is your inspiration in life? The young men and women who joined the Army after the war began, I fought alongside these 19, 20, and 21-year-olds, and they certainly were my heroes. If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? Nail clippers: I don't know why, dirty long nails just strike a chord. Football: it would be nice to have something to toss around. Chess Board or deck of cards: sometimes it would be nice to remove your brain from the game but I don't know if that's even possible. Which Survivor contestant are you the most like? The Wardog is his own blend—I’m not Tony, I'm not the Specialist, I'm not Boston Rob. Whose game did I respect the most? That's a better question. I thought Yul played great, I thought Mike was a great winner, I loved Parvati's game, Earl dominated, the third version of Tyson, the first version of Country Bumpkin (J.T). What's your reason for being on Survivor? Win the game of games! Also, to go on an adventure that few will ever partake in, and to challenge myself physically, mentally, and emotionally. Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? I bring a certain sex appeal that men my age haven't had for over a decade or most have never had. But I digress; I also bring a sharp mind, likable joyful personality, one that can be both subservient when I need to be and a leader when there is a vacuum of leadership. I bring a strong set of physical skills, and I won't be the one whining and complaining. In the end, I'll make them laugh when we are all having a miserable moment. Read his biography at CBS
  23. Reem Daly Age: 46 Hometown: Fairfax, Virginia Current residence: Ashburn, Virginia Occupation: Sales Hobbies: Chess, kickball, and neighborhood security. Pet peeves: Intolerance, humming, bad manners, nose picking, slackers, and snobs. Three words to describe you: Inquisitive, tenacious, and energetic. What is your personal claim to fame? I don't mean to sound cheesy, but my kids! They are good, caring people and I am super proud of that! Who or what is your inspiration in life? Mom. If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? Hat: to stay warm and my hair will be a mess. Hoodie: comfortable, warm, and good for sleeping. Pants. Which Survivor contestant are you the most like? Stephanie LaGrossa because she does not give up and Rudy Boesch because he just does NOT care. What's your reason for being on Survivor? I need to challenge myself. Bucket list dream. Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? My social game is amazing and although I am honest to a fault, I know when to chill. I've been watching since 2000—I trust no one. Words mean zero to me. Actions speak louder! Read her biography at CBS
  24. Ron Clark Age: 46 Hometown: Chocowinity, North Carolina Current residence: Atlanta Occupation: Teacher, Ron Clark Academy Hobbies: Life doesn't get any better than giving my Chow Chow pups belly rubs! I also get a kick out of watching the roulette ball spin and land in the single zero, but I think my main hobby is surprising people by making really unique moments for them. When I was a kid my family didn't have money, but my parents put a lot of effort into making simple moments magical. I now try to follow in their footsteps and try my best to do that for my students, friends, and family. I also like telling stories and participating in anything competitive such as poker, pool, trivia, basketball, tennis and "Bamboo Stick Speller," a game my friends and I created. Pet peeves: I'm a sore loser. Like really sore. I'll stew over a Monopoly loss for weeks, wondering, "just where did I go wrong." Also, I hate when people slurp food (like soup) or smack chew gum. People, we can hear you! Three words to describe you: Visionary, compassionate, "mean girl." What is your personal claim to fame? I co-founded the Ron Clark Academy in Atlanta where we teach using passion, innovative strategies, and creative methods to inspire all of our students to reach success. Each week, we also train educators from around the world so that they can incorporate our strategies in their schools. To date, over 50,000 educators have visited RCA to receive training, and we are starting a revolution! I hope that doesn't overshadow the fact that back in 2002 I won the Showcase Showdown on The Price is Right. Who or what is your inspiration in life? My students inspire me to do more and be a better person! I love the way they forgive easily, laugh heartily and bounce back. They are great role models! Also: Antoni Gaudí gives me life! He is the most creative genius to ever walk the earth!! If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? A recording device that I could leave under the shelter so that I would always be in the know. A returning player that others would focus on voting out so that the target wouldn't be on me. My wedding ring so I'd be inspired by the love waiting for me at home. Which Survivor contestant are you the most like? I'm a compassionate person, but everyone who knows me well says that during competitions I turn into a villain. I also over analyze everything. For those reasons, I don't think there's a past contestant that is a perfect fit for me, but I think my gameplay will be most like Spencer Bledsoe. What's your reason for being on Survivor? Since Survivor: Borneo I have been hooked. My friends and I have hung on every episode, pausing constantly to debate moves and re-watching our favorite episodes again and again. I tell my students all the time that life is for living and that they should seek to never have regrets. "Dream Big!"After watching Survivor for most of my adult life, I finally decided to take my own advice and apply. I want to live the experience and share my journey with the ones I love. It would be a monumental moment in my life! Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? My passion for life rubs off on people, and with focus, I can change people's moods and get them to follow my lead. I'll use my southern charm to disarm, my big personality to entertain and my loyal nature to disorient. Read his biography at CBS
  25. Julie Carter Age: 24 Hometown: Hazleton, Pennsylvania Current residence: Bethesda, Maryland Occupation: Medical Assistant Hobbies: Traveling, shopping, and eating. Pet peeves: Being ignored, loud chewing, and when people document EVERYTHING on social media. Three words to describe you: Adventurous, resilient, and personable. What is your personal claim to fame? I definitely feel proud to be the first in the family to graduate college and pave the way for my younger sister and family members. Who or what is your inspiration in life? My mom. She has faced some of life's hardest challenges but she has remained beautiful inside and out and kept her optimism intact. I can only hope to be as strong as she is. If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? Pen and paper to document my thoughts, stories, and strategy. A radio or something to play music because music keeps me going. Picture of my family. Everything I do is for them. This would help me get through rough times in the game. Which Survivor contestant are you the most like? Jeremy! He was a physical beast, but he was strategic in his use of Idols, loyal to his alliance, and overall honest and personable in his gameplay. He was a well-rounded player. What's your reason for being on Survivor? It has been my dream to be on Survivor since I started watching as a kid. It started after the passing of my father, and in a sense, it helped me "survive" my own challenges. I want to prove to myself I can do this. To win a million dollars is also a huge motivation. I have many student loans and I want to be able to help my sister and mother. Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? I am a team player and an excellent communicator. I have charm and wits and I am not afraid to make risky moves. Read her biography at CBS
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