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Survivor 42 is the forty-second season of Survivor.

Adhering to the format of its predecessor, this season notably featured a greater degree of character development as its cast attempted to navigate the dangerous twists of Survivor's new era. After a medical evacuation at the start of the season, the tribal phase saw two tribes succumb to infighting as the Taku Four emerged as the only unified bloc heading into the merge. Following a fairly straightforward early merge controlled by a supermajority alliance, Maryanne Oketch broke through as a pivotal player that dictated the end-game. In the end, Maryanne won in a 7-1-0 vote over Mike Turner and Romeo Escobar, becoming the second Black woman and second consecutive Canadian to become Sole Survivor.

Production

Seasons 41 and 42 were slated for May 2020,[3] but the outbreak of COVID-19 pushed the production and filming of both seasons a year later. Safety protocols and mobility practices used in Survivor 41 were still enforced.[4]

According to Survivor 41 contestant Ricard Foyé, his cast had left for the airport the same day that the cast of Survivor 42, who had just finished their quarantine, arrived at Ponderosa.[5]

Capitalizing on the fact that the cast had yet to see Survivor 41, production decided to keep most of the twists introduced in the previous season for Survivor 42. Another holdover from Survivor 41 was the on-location after-show held directly following the conclusion of Final Tribal Council and the announcement of the Sole Survivor. Jeff Probst has expressed his preference for this after-show format, stating that it will be employed for all seasons in the foreseeable future.[6]

For the first time since its introduction in Survivor: Micronesia, scenes at Ponderosa were not published for unknown reasons.[7]

Twists/Changes

  • Shortened Game: As was the case in Survivor 41, the game lasted for 26 days, 13 days shorter than the standard 39.[8] Like in the previous season, no food rations and limited camp supplies were given to the castaways and reward items won in challenges were scarce.
  • Tribe Division: The 18 castaways were divided into 3 tribes of 6. No unifying theme was used in dividing the tribes.
  • Penalties for Losing Immunity Challenges: The tribe that lost an Immunity Challenge was forced to surrender their flint to Jeff and could only win it back if they won the next Immunity Challenge.
  • Shot in the Dark: By sacrificing one's vote at Tribal Council, a player in trouble may invoke this advantage for a chance to be immune from the vote. While the chance of a favorable outcome was slim, if successful, the play acted as if a Hidden Immunity Idol was played. In a change to its original mechanics in 41, this power could be invoked until the final six.
  • Advantage Amulet: Each player who performed the second leg of the first Reward Challenge had the choice of taking an Advantage Amulet for each of them. If all three amulets were used, they could collectively cast an Extra Vote. If two amulet holders were left, using them together would give them a Vote Steal. If only one active amulet remained, it could be used as a regular Hidden Immunity Idol. The amulets remained in play until there were six players left.
  • Beware Advantage: Game advantages were hidden in packages labeled "Beware Advantage", the contents of which may only be obtained if its finder opened it and fulfilled its demands.
    • Hidden Immunity Idols: Each camp had one idol, that if found, its finder had to utter a certain phrase before an Immunity Challenge, and if members of the other tribes respond with their own code phrases, all three idols will have power. Until then, the idols remained powerless and their finders without a vote at Tribal Council. Unlike in 41, however, the idols had full power after the merge when the vote penalty ended. A regular Hidden Immunity Idol with no restrictions was also hidden after the merge.
    • Knowledge is Power: At the Day 15 Reward Challenge, a Beware Advantage was hidden for the contestant sitting out to find. Upon opening the advantage, that contestant must then find the Knowledge is Power hidden at camp by sundown; failing which, they would lose their vote at the next Tribal Council. The advantage entitles a player to ask another castaway if they possess a Hidden Immunity Idol or an advantage at Tribal Council. If the target is indeed in possession of the demanded item, the asker may steal it from them; otherwise, the advantage becomes useless. In the event that the target had more than one advantage in their possession, it is up to them which advantage to give up and they do not need to reveal every advantage in their possession. This advantage can be played until there were six players left.
  • Summit and Prisoner's Dilemma: Castaways from different tribes were taken to another island where they were given a choice between protecting or risking their vote on their next visit to Tribal Council. If all of them chose "protect", they kept their votes. If all of them chose "risk", none of them were able to vote at their next Tribal Council. If there was a split decision, those who chose "protect" get to keep their vote, but those who chose "risk" obtained an Extra Vote which would remain playable until the final six.
  • Idol Nullifier: On Day 8, an Idol Nullifier was introduced and hidden at the camp of the tribe that won the Reward Challenge. This advantage however went unaired.[9]
  • Team-Based Merge Challenge and Exile Island: At the final 12, the players were divided into two groups of five, leaving two players to sit out. Each member of the winning team won individual immunity, the right to eat in the merge feast, and to take one of the two sit-outs to join them. The unchosen sit-out was sent to Exile Island until the next Immunity Challenge. This player, along with the members of the losing team, competed in the first individual Immunity Challenge.
    • Hourglass: The exiled castaway was presented with an hourglass. If the player wished to "reverse" the events of the challenge, they must break the hourglass, hence revoking the winning team's immunity. The exiled player and the members of the losing team were given individual immunity instead, while the members of the winning team were forced to compete in the individual Immunity Challenge.
  • Double Elimination: On Day 17, the Kula Kula tribe was subjected to a Double Elimination, where the tribe was divided into two groups of five and two castaways were eliminated through two separate Tribal Councils. Following the Immunity Challenge, one group remained at the Kula Kula camp, while the other was sequestered at the old Taku camp for the afternoon.
  • Do or Die: On Day 21, the first player to be eliminated from the Immunity Challenge was subjected to a game called "Do or Die", the mechanics of which were identical to the Monty Hall problem. At Tribal Council, the player had to select the box with the fire symbol to win individual immunity. If the chosen box contained a skull symbol instead, the player would be eliminated from the game with no official vote taking place and any advantage or Hidden Immunity Idols owned by the player cannot save them. The castaways were given the option to sit out of the Immunity Challenge if they did not want to take the risk.
  • Simplified Final Four Tribal Council: Instead of a traditional vote, the person who won the final four Immunity Challenge got to choose one person to take with them to the Final Three. The remaining two castaways competed in a fire-making challenge to determine who would be eliminated.
  • Expanded Jury and Final Three: The Final Tribal Council was held with a Final Three facing an eight-person jury.
  • Reformatted Final Tribal Council: Instead of having each jury member speak individually, an open forum was held to ensure a more insightful rapport between the jury and finalists. The discussion was divided into three portions ("social", "physical", and "strategic").

Castaways

Contestant Tribe Affiliation Finish Votes
Against
Original Tribe Merged Tribe
S42 jackson t.png Jackson Fox
47, Houston, TX
Healthcare Worker
Taku Evacuated
Day 3
0
S42 zach t.png Zach Wurtenberger
21, St. Louis, MO
Student
Ika 1st Voted Out
Day 3
5
S42 marya t.png Marya Sherron
47, Noblesville, IN
Stay-at-home Mom
Taku 2nd Voted Out
Day 5
4
S42 jenny t.png Jenny Kim
42, Brooklyn, NY
Creative Director
Vati 3rd Voted Out
Day 7
5
S42 swati t.png Swati Goel
19, Palo Alto, CA
Ivy League Student
Ika 4th Voted Out
Day 9
3
S42 daniel t.png Daniel Strunk
30, New Haven, CT
Law Clerk
Vati 5th Voted Out
Day 11
5
S42 lydia t.png Lydia Meredith
21, Santa Monica, CA
Waitress
Vati Kula Kula 6th Voted Out
Day 14
9
S42 chanelle t.png Chanelle Howell
28, New York, NY
Executive Recruiter
Vati 7th Voted Out
1st Jury Member
Day 16
9
S42 rocksroy t.png Rocksroy Bailey
43, Las Vegas, NV
Stay-at-home Dad
Ika 8th Voted Out
2nd Jury Member
Day 17
4
S42 tori t.png Tori Meehan
24, Rogers, AR
Therapist
Ika 9th Voted Out
3rd Jury Member
Day 17
5
S42 hai t.png Hai Giang
28, New Orleans, LA
Data Scientist
Vati 10th Voted Out
4th Jury Member
Day 19
7
S42 drea t.png Drea Wheeler
34, Montreal, QC
Fitness Consultant
Ika 11th Voted Out
5th Jury Member
Day 21
5
S42 omar t.png Omar Zaheer
30, Whitby, ON
Veterinarian
Taku 12th Voted Out
6th Jury Member
Day 23
3
S42 lindsay t.png Lindsay Dolashewich
30, Asbury Park, NJ
Dietitian
Taku 13th Voted Out
7th Jury Member
Day 24
5
S42 jonathan t.png Jonathan Young
28, Gulf Shores, AL
Beach Service Company Owner
Taku Eliminated
8th Jury Member
Day 25
7
S42 romeo t.png Romeo Escobar
37, Norwalk, CA
Pageant Coach
Ika Second
Runner-Up
6
S42 mike t.png Mike Turner
57, Hoboken, NJ
Retired Firefighter
Vati Runner-Up 4
S42 maryanne t.png Maryanne Oketch
23, Ajax, ON
Seminary Student
Taku Sole Survivor 2

Season Summary

Taking advantage of the fact that its cast had yet to see the previous season, Survivor 42 adopted many of the twists used in Survivor 41. The accelerated 26-day game started with three tribes of six: Ika, Taku, and Vati. While Taku was the first to lose two members, they became a united front and dominated in challenges largely due to Jonathan's brute strength. Ika's lack of cohesion resulted in disunity, giving Drea and Romeo the power to dictate tribal dynamics. Vati quickly fractured into three pairs and two chaotic visits to Tribal Council sowed even more discord between its members. On Day 12, the three tribes entered the individual portion of the game with four members each.

The individual portion began with the formation of a cross-tribal alliance built on the advantages that its members possessed. However, the introduction of the Hourglass forced the alliance to turn on itself, simultaneously allowing the Taku Four to position themselves securely amidst the two other starting tribes, which dissolved under significant infighting. The majority alliance took out outsiders Chanelle and Tori before cannibalizing each other again, leaving Maryanne and Romeo safe while Mike joined the Takus to take out the big threats Hai and Drea.

At the final six, the Takus finally decided to turn on each other. Realizing that Omar and Lindsay had been controlling the tribal dynamics, Maryanne joined the rest of Kula Kula to orchestrate their eliminations. At the final four, Romeo won the Final Immunity Challenge and brought his late-game ally Maryanne to the finals, forcing Jonathan to face Mike in the fire-making challenge. Mike won and joined Maryanne and Romeo in the Final Three.

At the Final Tribal Council, Mike was commended for his social game, but criticized for breaking his word while also preaching honor; Maryanne was praised for her growth throughout the game, but the jury was unclear about her approach to the game; and Romeo was criticized for having no control in the second half of the game. In a 7-1-0 vote, Maryanne's eloquence in articulating her growth narrative and strategic decisions won her the title of Sole Survivor over Mike and Romeo.

Episode Air Date Challenges Eliminated
(vote)
Finish Viewers
(in millions)
Ratings/Share
(18-49)
Reward Immunity
1 "Feels Like a Rollercoaster" March 9, 2022 Ika Taku Jackson
(No Vote)
Evacuated
Day 3
4.96[10] 0.8/7[10]
Vati Zach
(5-0)
1st Voted Out
Day 3
2 "Good and Guilty" March 16, 2022 Vati1 Marya
(4-0)
2nd Voted Out
Day 5
5.06[11] 0.8/7[11]
Ika1
3 "Go for the Gusto" March 23, 2022 Taku1 Jenny
(2-2;
1-1;
2-0)2,3
3rd Voted Out
Day 7
5.35[12] 0.8/7[12]
Ika1
4 "Vibe of the Tribe" March 30, 2022 Taku Taku Swati
(3-1)
4th Voted Out
Day 9
5.63[13] 0.9/7[13]
Vati
5 "I'm Survivor Rich" April 6, 2022 Ika1 Daniel
(2-2-1;
3-0)2
5th Voted Out
Day 11
5.58[14] 0.9/8[14]
Taku1
6 "You Can't Hide on Survivor" April 13, 2022 Hai,
Jonathan,
Lydia,
Maryanne,
Tori
[Lindsay]
1,4
TBA 6th Voted Out
Day 14
5.12[15] 0.8/7[15]
7 "The Devil You Do or The Devil You Don't" (Chanelle,
Drea,
Mike,
Omar,
Rocksroy,
Romeo)5
Lydia
(6-2-2-1)
Tori
8 "You Better Be Wearing a Seatbelt" April 20, 2022 Chanelle,
Jonathan,
Mike,
Rocksroy,
Tori
Tori Chanelle
(7-3-1)
7th Voted Out
1st Jury Member
Day 16
5.43[16] 0.9/7[16]
9 "Game of Chicken" April 27, 2022 Hai Rocksroy
(4-1)
8th Voted Out
2nd Jury Member
Day 17
5.72[17] 0.9/7[17]
Jonathan1,6 Tori
(4-0)7
9th Voted Out
3rd Jury Member
Day 17
(Drea,
Lindsay,
Maryanne,
Tori)
10 "Tell a Good Lie, Not a Stupid Lie" May 4, 2022 Lindsay
[Mike,
Omar]
Lindsay Hai
(6-2)
10th Voted Out
4th Jury Member
Day 19
5.62[18] 0.9/8[18]
11 "Battle Royale" May 11, 2022 None Jonathan Drea
(5-3)
11th Voted Out
5th Jury Member
Day 21
5.38[19] 0.8/7[19]
(Lindsay)8
12 "Caterpillar to a Butterfly" May 18, 2022 Omar
[Maryanne,
Mike,
Romeo]
Lindsay Omar
(3-2-2)
12th Voted Out
6th Jury Member
Day 23
5.70[20] 0.9/8[20]
13 "It Comes Down to This" May 25, 2022 Mike1 Lindsay
(4-1)7
13th Voted Out
7th Jury Member
Day 24
5.11[21] 0.8/7[21]
[Jonathan]
None Romeo Jonathan
(No Vote)9
Eliminated
8th Jury Member
Day 25
Jury Vote Romeo
(7-1-0)
Second Runner-Up
Mike
(7-1-0)
Runner-Up
Maryanne
(7-1-0)
Sole Survivor
14 "Aftershow"
Notes:

^1 Combined Reward/Immunity Challenge.
^2 The vote resulted in a tie. Per Survivor rules, a revote would commence.
^3 Per Survivor rules, in case of a deadlock tie, the non-immune players would have an open discussion to eliminate one of the tied players. If no consensus is reached, the non-immune castaways would be forced to draw rocks.
^4 The tribes merged, but the tribe was divided into two groups of five, with the winning team winning immunity and the right to partake in the merge feast and take one of the two sit-outs (Lindsay and Rocksroy) to join them.
^5 The unchosen sit-out from the last challenge (Rocksroy) was exiled, but was given an hourglass which he may choose to break to strip the winning team of their immunity, transferring it to the losing team and himself. Rocksroy broke the hourglass.
^6 At the Immunity Challenge, the ten remaining players were divided into two groups of five, with one person from each team winning immunity. The last player standing overall (Jonathan) won reward for their team.
^7 A Hidden Immunity Idol was played, however, no votes were cast against its user.
^8 By winning the "Do or Die" game, Lindsay was granted immunity at Tribal Council.
^9 Instead of a traditional vote, the winner of the Immunity Challenge, Romeo, would choose someone to take with them to the Final Three. He chose Maryanne. The remaining two castaways, Jonathan and Mike, would compete in a fire-making challenge to determine the last finalist.

Voting History

Survivor 42 Voting History
Original Tribes Merged Tribe
Episode #: 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Voted out: S42 jackson t.png
Jackson
S42 zach t.png
Zach
S42 marya t.png
Marya
Tie Deadlock S42 jenny t.png
Jenny
S42 swati t.png
Swati
Tie S42 daniel t.png
Daniel
S42 lydia t.png
Lydia
S42 chanelle t.png
Chanelle
S42 rocksroy t.png
Rocksroy
S42 tori t.png
Tori
S42 hai t.png
Hai
S42 drea t.png
Drea
S42 omar t.png
Omar
S42 lindsay t.png
Lindsay
S42 jonathan t.png
Jonathan
S42 romeo t.png
Romeo
S42 mike t.png
Mike
S42 maryanne t.png
Maryanne
Vote: No Vote1 5-0 4-0 2-25 1-16 Consensus7 3-1 2-2-15 3-0 6-2-2-1 7-3-1 4-1 4-08 6-2 5-39 3-2-29 4-18 No Vote10 7-1-0
Maryanne Marya Lydia Romeo Tori Hai Drea Omar Lindsay Jury Vote
Omar
Mike None3 Chanelle Daniel Lydia Chanelle Rocksroy Hai Drea Romeo Lindsay Won
Romeo Zach Swati Maryanne Hai Rocksroy Jonathan Mike Omar Lindsay
Jonathan Marya Lydia Chanelle Tori Hai Drea Romeo Lindsay Lost Mike
Lindsay Marya Lydia Chanelle Tori Hai Drea Jonathan Jonathan Maryanne
Omar Marya None4 Romeo Rocksroy Hai Drea Jonathan Maryanne
Drea Zach Swati Lydia Chanelle Tori Hai Mike Maryanne
Mike
Hai Jenny Jenny Daniel Daniel Lydia Chanelle Rocksroy Jonathan Maryanne
Tori Zach Swati Jonathan Chanelle None2 Maryanne
Rocksroy Zach Tori Lindsay Chanelle Romeo Maryanne
Chanelle None4 Mike None Jonathan Romeo Maryanne
Lydia Jenny None Daniel Daniel Maryanne
Daniel Lydia Lydia Chanelle None
Swati Zach None2
Jenny Lydia None Voted out
Marya None2
Zach None2
Jackson Evacuated
Notes:

^1 Jackson was evacuated over his medical condition. No vote occurred for his removal.
^2 This castaway used their Shot in the Dark, making them ineligible to vote at Tribal Council. The scroll they selected, however, read "Not Safe", thus all votes against them remained valid.
^3 This castaway found the Beware Advantage containing the Hidden Immunity Idol, and until all of the Hidden Immunity Idols were found, they were barred from voting.
^4 This castaway chose to risk their vote at the Summit and the other players at the Summit also risked their vote, thus making them lose their vote.
^5 Tribal Council resulted in a tie. Per Survivor rules, a revote was held where the castaways involved in the tie would not vote and the remaining castaways could only vote for those involved in the tie.
^6 Per Survivor rules, in the case of a deadlock tie, the non-immune players would have an open discussion to eliminate one of the tied players. If no consensus is reached, the non-immune castaways would be forced to draw rocks.
^7 By consensus, Jenny was eliminated.
^8 A Hidden Immunity Idol was played, however, no votes were cast against its user.
^9 An Extra Vote advantage was used, allowing a castaway to vote twice at Tribal Council.
^10 Instead of a traditional vote, the person who won the Immunity Challenge, Romeo, would take someone with them to the Final Three. He chose Maryanne. The remaining two castaways, Jonathan and Mike, would compete in a fire-making challenge to determine the last finalist.

Trivia

  • Survivor 42 marks the first time that a country is used ten consecutive times.
  • Survivor 42 follows Island of the Idols as the second season to contain contestants of East Asian, South Asian, and Southeast-Asian descent.
  • Survivor 42 contains the most LGBT contestants of any season, with 5: Chanelle, Hai, Jackson, Lydia, and Romeo.
  • Survivor 42 is the first season where three different tribes attended the first three Tribal Councils.
  • Survivor 42 is the first season since the introduction of the rock draw where a deadlocked vote occurred during the tribal phase.
  • Survivor 42 is the first season with more than two starting tribes to merge with equal numbers between all tribes.
  • Survivor 42 ties the record previously set in Survivor 41 for most contestants immune at a single Tribal Council; 7 contestants had individual immunity at the first post-merge Tribal Council.
    • Survivor 42 is tied with Survivor 41 for most contestants to have individual immunity at Tribal Council, with 10.
    • Including Maryanne, who played an idol before the vote at the Double Elimination, Survivor 42 is the first season where every person who made the jury phase had some form of immunity at Tribal Council.
  • Survivor 42 holds the record for most consecutive episodes where at least one contestant is sitting out of a challenge, with 8.
    • The only tribal challenge in which every remaining contestant participated was the opening Reward Challenge on Day 1.
    • With an additional episode outside of this streak, Survivor 42 contains a record 9 episodes where at least one contestant is sitting out.
  • Survivor 42 is the first season since Edge of Extinction to contain multiple individual Reward Challenges.
  • The final three challenges of Survivor 42 were all variations of challenges previously seen in the finale of Cambodia.
  • Survivor 42 is the first season to have multiple Hidden Immunity Idols expire unused.
  • Survivor 42 is the second season whose finale aired over a year after filming commenced, after Kaôh Rōng.
  • Survivor 42 is the second season to produce a Final Three containing one representative of each starting tribe, after Worlds Apart.
  • Survivor 42 is the first season since Fiji whose Final Three did not include any Caucasian contestants.
  • Survivor 42 is the first season since Philippines to produce a consecutive female Sole Survivor.
    • Survivor 42 is the first season since Marquesas to produce a Black female Sole Survivor.
  • Survivor 42 is the first season since China to not have Ponderosa videos for the jury.[7]

References

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