Jungle Love (also known as Word Forward) is a recurring challenge of Survivor.
Castaways must race through three obstacles, collecting bundles of puzzle pieces along the way. They must then use these puzzle pieces to solve a word puzzle. The first person to get the correct word wins.
The challenge debuted in Cambodia where it was used as the family visit challenge. The castaways had to collect bags of puzzle pieces by digging in the sand, spinning a pole which would make them dizzy, then cross a balance beam. Kelley Wentworth was the first to get the correct word, "NOURISHMENT", to win reward.
The challenge reappeared in David vs. Goliath as the final nine Immunity Challenge, with the digging in the sand portion replaced by climbing over an a-frame. In addition, there would be two additional blocks of letters that were not needed to solve the word. Prior to the challenge, Angelina Keeley agreed to sit out in exchange for more rice for the tribe. Carl Boudreaux was the first to get a word, though this proved to be incorrect. Seeing Carl's word, however, gave both Alison Raybould and Davie Rickenbacker the correct idea, with Davie barely edging out Alison to solve the winning word, "PERSPECTIVE", to win immunity.
"Tiny Little Shanks to the Heart"
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"Tribal Lines Are Blurred"
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