Didn't she win the same individual immunity challenge from kaoh rong and winners at war with gimme three steps? I mean she kicked down the same puzzle twice in different seasons.
How long will Survivor last I think it’ll last until season 60 and will end on WaW2. I hope it lasts longer but Jeff is getting old.
Winners At War had a number of missed opportunities, including these great challenges that made Survivor what is was over a decade ago. Here are some challenges I think should’ve been in WAW.
Quest for Fire - First Survivor challenge ever. They brought it back in Cambodia, why not again for your "biggest season yet"?
Buggin' Out - Ah, the infamous gross eating challenge. Honestly, I’d love to see them bring back fafaru as a menu item just for the chance we’d see Rob suffer PTSD on the spot.
Survivor History - Ask the winners about moments from the past 39 seasons. Why not give us all kinds of throwbacks with this?
Shoulder the Load - I love this challenge. Something about watching the contestants struggle to hold that much weight over their shoulders.
United We Stand - Just for the pure entertainment of watching the tribes try and fit on the small platform at the end.
Blind Leading the Blind - For all the viewers that love laughing at other people's pain. Really should’ve been in this season.
Sumo at Sea - By Any Means Necessary is tough, but damn I wish they brought this one back as well.
Blue Plate Special - A classic challenge that hasn’t been seen since Pearl Islands that’s long overdue for a comeback.
Hands on a Hard Idol - Iconic Final Immunity Challenge that hasn’t been seen since All-Stars. This would’ve been the perfect opportunity to bring it back.
Since Winners At War has already ended what would be next for survivor
Would there even be a 41st season? if so what would it be?
Ben gets voted off; Devon wins HHH
Wendell gets voted off; Domenick wins Ghost Island
Kara gets voted off; Nick still wins DvG
Rick gets voted off; Chris probably still wins EOE but Gavin might gain a few more votes
Lauren gets voted off; Tommy still wins IOI
Considering Devon and Dom would be cast instead, I have no idea what would happen in WAW
Who else thinks that Michele should have won she had her back against the wall the whole time and somehow made it to the end. She made no enemies with the jury. Comment if u agree.
Hi, I'm new in the Survivor community, i'm from Morocco (probably the only one watching Survivor in Morocco LMAO), I've watched seasons 40,39,28,27 and I'm actually watching Survivor: South Pacific, but I really don't know what I can watch next, if someone can give some advice, I'm open to it, This is my criteria:
-> I want to watch a majority new players season (It's okay if it features one returnee per tribe)
-> I'd rather watch a season without pagonging
-> I would like to watch a season who features several players who will return in futur seasons
Thank you to the people who will answer me 😃
(Sorry if I made some English mistakes)
I just had a thought.
Four of the six castaways at the Winners at War final 6 tribal were ineligible to receive votes. Here's a refresher: there were three idols in the game and the individual immunity necklace.
Natalie had an idol that she bought on the Edge.
Tony had an idol (either the Dakal or Sele idol previously played by Kim and Denise, respectively),
And Ben had the rehidden Yara idol (from when Sophie got blindsided with her idol in her pocket).
Additionally, Michele won immunity.
At tribal, Natalie played her idol, negating 4 votes. Then Tony and Ben played theirs realizing that whoever Nat and Michele voted for would go home. Ben's idol negated their two votes.
This left Sarah and Denise on the chopping block after a null vote.
On the revote, Denise got all four votes, being sent home in sixth place (even though I thought there would be a 2-2 tie and a dramatic fire-making challenge).
This made me think, what if Denise still had her idol? That would mean Sarah would have been out by default like Cirie in the final 6 of Game Changers. This idea isn't far-fetched and could have happened if certain criteria were met:
Denise only played Sandra's idol for herself after she was swap-screwed.
Denise never played her idol before this (very unlikely as she probably would have played it in the tribal were Tyson went home after the merge or the tribal were Kim went home)
Tony finds Kim's rehidden idol and not Denise's (nobody knows which he found)
All I'm saying is maybe, in an alternate universe, Denise does better than sixth place in Winners at War. If she had either saved her idol or Nat and Michele voted for Sarah on the revote, she could have possibly won.
I mean, maybe she could have won if she beat Tony in the final 4 fire-making challenge. She would have had a good resume then, taking out Tony, Sarah, and Sandra as well as managing to join the majority after clearly being on the bottom. Who knows? What do you guys think?
I noticed that Sandra for WaW is sitting at 16/20 (was changed from 20/20 at some point) and so were the EoE quitters from EoE the season.
My confusion comes with Redemption Island season formats. The way I see it returning player formats should have it setup where the only people that can move up in placement from where they are originally voted out are the 2 returnees. Like Candice from BvW imo should be 19/20 instead of 16/20 since she never returned to the game.
Maybe this is something the admins can talk about since it seems to be different for EoE and RIsland. Maybe it's already been debated, I wouldn't know.
Guys, apparently 16/17 year-olds can apply for Survivor now. Specifically, for season 43 and 44. What does this mean? A possible teen themed season? Millennials vs. Gen Z? Do they actually want 16/17 year-olds on? Is Survivor getting desperate? Is this even legal? My mind is racing. Please let me know your thoughts.
Well, about time the whispering ended. And less confusion with the edit to go with it! Hooray!
When Sandra raised the flag on the edge, she said that the wasn't going to be able to get back in the game so there was no point to struggle.
Do you think she will ever return to the game in future seasons?
Do you think her relationship with Boston Rob will change, since in the beginning of the season she addressed how he lied to her?
If this was her retirement season, who do you think is the best fit, female competitor to become the "queen" of Survivor?
I was just reading some of these posts and remembering in Sophie's closing remarks she had said that she thought she was a lower-tier winner.
Is there such a thing as a lower - tier winner? Is it the winner's fault or the fault of the season they had won?
By this I mean, for a winner, if their season is considered one of the worst. Does that make the winner not deserving?
I love Michele even more after rewatching her first season at the beginning of Winners at War when she really wasn’t doing anything. Then the tribe swap and her team won immunity then when Parvati(my favorite player) went home she made a smart decision to not write her name down to get her fire tokens. I feel like that was the first move she actually made in season 40. Then she created a strong bond with Nick, her second move. And now Michele has the 50-50 thing she can use at tribal. Do you guys think that she has a good chance of winning? What I really want to see is Michele make a power move. She was right in season 32, she makes little adjustments along the way in her game so she doesn’t make people mad. What are your thoughts?
Farewell, queen Sandra.