Lindsey Ogle is a contestant from Survivor: Cagayan.
She is best known for rivalry with tribemate Trish Hegarty. The antipathy between the two was so intense to a point where she had to quit the game altogether, believing she was close to resorting to physical assault.
Retrieved from CBS.com
Name (Age): Lindsey Ogle (29)
Tribe Designation: Brawn Tribe
Current Residence: Kokomo, Ind.
Personal Claim to Fame: Rising above all obstacles with a smile, by myself.
Inspiration in Life: Martin Luther King Jr., in a time of struggle he pushed through without violence. A positive movement and true leader.
Hobbies: Camping, recycled art projects and planning parties.
Pet Peeves: Incapable people, party poopers and when people don't tell you that you have something in your teeth.
3 Words to Describe You: Random (hilarious), powerful and tenacious.
If You Could Have 3 Things on The Island What Would They Be and Why? A picture of my loved ones for motivation, a dollar for perspective and a shot of Jack Daniels for a kick.
Reason for Being on Survivor: To win money. My daughter and I have been poor for too long.
Why You Think You'll "Survive" Survivor: My brain works better under pressure, I'm athletic, a fighter and "cut the fat" in every situation.
Why You Think You Will Be the Sole Survivor: I have overcome major resistance and challenges by myself. I am a fighter and there's no limit to what I can do for my baby.
Do You Consider Yourself a Brain, a Beauty or a Brawn? I own a salon so I'm around beauty all day, I'm a smart ass so that's where I'm considered a brain, and I'm feisty and strong so ultimately, I think I'm a Brawn.
Who Do You Think Has the Best Chance in the Game of Survivor: Brains, Beauty or Brawn? Challenges go to Brawns. Beauties are better at the social game. Ultimately, it's a social game, not a physical competition, so unless someone is a master manipulator on the Brawn tribe or is a socio-path, a Brawn will win.
Assigned to the "Brawn" Aparri tribe, Lindsey made quick friends with Cliff Robinson. Unbeknownst to Lindsey, another tribemate, Tony Vlachos began to scheme against her, making the tribe believe she and Cliff would be an unbreakable pair. Any plans against Lindsey were put to a halt however as the Brawn tribe perpetually won every Immunity Challenge (including one Immunity Challenge most of the tribe attempted to throw), though this streak strained her relationship with Trish Hegarty.
A Day 12 tribe switch sent five of the six Brawns to the new Solana tribe, including Lindsey. On the surface, the Brawn had the numbers advantage over the original Solanas, LJ McKanas and Jefra Bland, but Trish made advances with them to swerve the vote against Cliff. After losing the following Immunity Challenge, Trish and Tony's plot against Cliff finally came into fruition, and with LJ and Jefra's votes, they gathered enough votes to blindside the former NBA star. This betrayal did not sit with Lindsey and confronted Trish. After the heated argument, Lindsey walked away from camp, believing she was in the brink of physically hurting Trish. With this, Lindsey called Jeff Probst to pull her from the game, explaining that she would not want her child to see her mother in a bad light. With her decision final, Lindsey silently left the game without saying goodbye to her tribemates.
|Lindsey's Voting History|
| Voted Against|
|1||Aparri Tribe Immune|
|Aparri Tribe Immune|
|2||Aparri Tribe Immune|
|3||Aparri Tribe Immune|
|5||No Tribal Council|
|Quit, Day 14|
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- Lindsey is the youngest member of the Aparri tribe.
- Lindsey originally applied for The Amazing Race with her fiancé at the time, but applied for Survivor instead without his knowledge.
- Over the course of their rivalry, Lindsey nicknamed Trish, "Malnutrisha".
- Lindsey is the first castaway to quit immediately following a Tribal Council.
- Lindsey is the only contestant in Cagayan who never received a vote against them.
- ↑ https://www.cbs.com/shows/survivor/cast/214794/
- ↑ Helling, Steve (March 30, 2014). "Lindsey Ogle: 'I Have No Regrets' About Quitting Survivor". People.com. http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20801574,00.html. Retrieved May 27, 2014.
|Survivor: Cagayan Castaways|