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| align="left" | September 19, 2002
 
| align="left" | September 19, 2002
 
| None
 
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| {{tribebox|sookjai}}
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| {{tribebox3|sookjai|{{Tooltips|Sook Jai|[[File:Flying your flag.jpg|250px|center]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''Flying Your Flag''<br />The Survivors had to race around a small island by paddling a boat. Along the way they would have to visit several stations, where they would have to complete certain tasks or puzzles in order to receive a tribal flag. However, only one person from each tribe would be allowed to compete at each station. The first tribe to have successfully completed each puzzle, gather their flags and race back to the floating dock, would win immunity.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|chuaygahn|John<br>(6-1-1)}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuaygahn|{{Tooltips|John<br>(6-1-1)|[[File:John Voted Out (Thailand).jpg|250px|center|link=John Raymond]]<br />John's bossy personality and need to be in the leadership position annoyed his tribe, making him the first person to leave.}}}}
 
| {{nowrap|1st Voted Out<br />Day 3}}
 
| {{nowrap|1st Voted Out<br />Day 3}}
 
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| align="left" | {{Ep|0502}}
 
| align="left" | {{Ep|0502}}
 
| align="left" | September 26, 2002
 
| align="left" | September 26, 2002
| {{tribebox|sookjai}}
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| {{tribebox3|sookjai|{{Tooltips|Sook Jai|[[File:Thailand_2.jpg|250px|center|link=Blind Leading the Blind]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''[[Blind Leading the Blind|Palanquin Slalom]]''<br />Each tribe would have to pick one person to act as the guide, while the others would be blindfolded. The blindfolded tribe members would have to carry the guide in the palanquin. The guide would navigate them through a figure of eight course. Along the way, they would find several stations with a bag hanging from them. The first tribe to complete the course and collect their seven bags would win.<br />'''Reward:''' A lantern, fishing supplies, and a 30-meter fishing net.}}}}
| {{tribebox|sookjai}}
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| {{tribebox3|sookjai|{{Tooltips|Sook Jai|[[File:Jed water.jpg|250px|center|link=Floating Puzzle]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''[[Floating Puzzle]]''<br />Each tribe is given a giant floating Lotus flower puzzle, missing six pieces. The six pieces are tethered and floating at equal distances from the flower. The tribe members would have to swim, one at a time, to a missing piece, unlatch it, then swim back to attach it to their tribe's flower. The first tribe to successfully retrieve all six pieces and place them correctly on their flower would win.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|chuaygahn|Tanya<br>(5-2)}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuaygahn|{{Tooltips|Tanya<br>(5-2)|[[File:Tanyaboot.jpg|250px|center|link=Tanya Vance]]<br />Despite being well-liked, Tanya was voted out due to concerns about her health.}}}}
 
| {{nowrap|2nd Voted Out<br />Day 6}}
 
| {{nowrap|2nd Voted Out<br />Day 6}}
 
| 21.72
 
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| align="left" | {{Ep|0503}}
 
| align="left" | {{Ep|0503}}
 
| align="left" | October 3, 2002
 
| align="left" | October 3, 2002
| {{tribebox|chuaygahn}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuaygahn|{{Tooltips|Chuay Gahn|[[File:Robb Holding Clay.jpg|250px|center|link=Pilfering Pirates]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''[[Pilfering Pirates]]''<br />The tribes had to race along a narrow bamboo course over water. At the center of the course was an "Attack Zone" where the Survivors could physically knock each other off the course. At the end of the course were two boats, one for each tribe, filled with baskets. Their goal was to negotiate the course, steal a basket from the opposing team's boat and return it to their own team's starting boat. If at any point a tribe member was not in the "Attack Zone" when they made contact with their opponent, they will be disqualified and the tribe will lose a basket to their opposing tribe. First tribe to steal ten baskets would win.<br />'''Reward:''' A visit from the Thai Red Beret Special Forces Soldiers, who would help improve living conditions back at camp for twenty-four hours.}}}}
| {{tribebox|chuaygahn}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuaygahn|{{Tooltips|Chuay Gahn|[[File:Temple transfer thailand.jpg|250px|center|link=Temple Transfer]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''[[Temple Transfer]]''<br />Each tribe was given three stations and one temple made up of six pieces. The goal was to transfer one piece of the temple at a time from the first to the third platform and reconstruct the temple identically. The catch was that they could never place a larger piece over a smaller piece. First tribe to successfully rebuild their temple would win.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|sookjai|Jed<br>(5-3)}}
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| {{tribebox3|sookjai|{{Tooltips|Jed<br>(5-3)|[[File:Jed Voted Out.jpg|250px|center|link=Jed Hildebrand]]<br />Jed's laziness was deemed to be hurting the tribe, leading to his elimination.}}}}
 
| {{nowrap|3rd Voted Out<br />Day 9}}
 
| {{nowrap|3rd Voted Out<br />Day 9}}
 
| 20.60
 
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| align="left" | {{Ep|0504}}
 
| align="left" | {{Ep|0504}}
 
| align="left" | October 10, 2002
 
| align="left" | October 10, 2002
| {{tribebox|sookjai}}
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| {{tribebox3|sookjai|{{Tooltips|Sook Jai|[[File:New tribe member thailand.jpg|250px|center|link=New Tribe Member]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''[[New Tribe Member]]''<br />Tribes must navigate a 250-lb., 10 ft. tall dummy across the island. First to complete the task wins reward.<br />'''Reward:''' A plentiful supply of ripe bananas and chickens.}}}}
| {{tribebox|sookjai}}
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| {{tribebox3|sookjai|{{Tooltips|Sook Jai|[[File:Sook jai immunity 4.jpg|250px|center]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''Tan-dy Gram''<br />Working in pairs, the tribes had to solve two puzzles. Seven distinct shapes were provided, and the shapes would need to be assembled to form an image that perfectly matched the two images displayed in front of them. The first tribe to solve the puzzles correctly would win immunity.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|chuaygahn|Ghandia<br>(4-2)}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuaygahn|{{Tooltips|Ghandia<br>(4-2)|[[File:Ghandia Voted Out.jpg|250px|center|link=Ghandia Johnson]]<br />Ghandia's conflict with [[Ted Rogers, Jr.|Ted]] led to the tribe deciding she needed to be voted out.}}}}
 
| {{nowrap|4th Voted Out<br />Day 12}}
 
| {{nowrap|4th Voted Out<br />Day 12}}
 
| 21.16
 
| 21.16
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| align="left" | {{Ep|0505}}
 
| align="left" | {{Ep|0505}}
 
| align="left" | October 17, 2002
 
| align="left" | October 17, 2002
| Survivor<br />Auction
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| {{Tooltips|Survivor<br />Auction|[[File:Thailand auction.jpg|250px|center|link=Survivor Auction]]<br />Before the challenge, the tribes were given $1000 via Tree Mail. The host will reveal various items, where some are remained covered until they sold. Tribes must outbid each other.}}
| {{tribebox|chuaygahn}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuaygahn|{{Tooltips|Chuay Gahn|[[File:Chuay Gahn Immunity Challenge.png|250px|center]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''Catch of the Day''<br />On separate platforms, each tribe was given four different types of fish that had been mixed together in a massive pile. The tribes had to separate the four types of fish into four respective bins. First tribe to have successfully separated each type of fish into their corresponding bin would win.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|sookjai|Stephanie<br>(5-2)}}
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| {{tribebox3|sookjai|{{Tooltips|Stephanie<br>(5-2)|[[File:Stephanie Voted Out (Thailand).jpg|250px|center|link=Stephanie Dill]]<br />Stephanie's lazy personality isolated her from her tribe, and she was next to go following Jed.}}}}
 
| {{nowrap|5th Voted Out<br />Day 15}}
 
| {{nowrap|5th Voted Out<br />Day 15}}
 
| N/A
 
| N/A
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| align="left" | {{Ep|0506}}
 
| align="left" | {{Ep|0506}}
 
| align="left" | October 24, 2002
 
| align="left" | October 24, 2002
| {{tribebox|sookjai}}
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| {{tribebox3|sookjai|{{Tooltips|Sook Jai|[[File:Wicker flicker thailand.png|250px|center|link=Wicker Flicker]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''[[Wicker Flicker]]''<br />Each tribe would have select a person to be a ball launcher, while the others were situated at four different stations spread out along the beach. Using giant wicker baskets attached to poles, the Survivors would have to catch balls from their own launcher while trying to keep opposing tribe members from catching balls lobbed from their own launcher. First tribe to have caught five of their balls would win.<br />'''Reward:''' An authentic Thai feast}}}}
| {{tribebox|chuaygahn}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuaygahn|{{Tooltips|Chuay Gahn|'''Challenge Title:''' ''Thai 21''<br />There were 21 flags placed in a circle. Alternating turns, the tribes were allowed to gather one, two, or three flags at a time. The goal was to be the tribe to get the last remaining flag. The tribe to get that flag would win immunity.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|sookjai|Robb<br>(5-1)}}
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| {{tribebox3|sookjai|{{Tooltips|Robb<br>(5-1)|[[File:Robb Voted Out.jpg|250px|center|link=Robb Zbacnik]]<br />Despite his lovable personality, Robb was on the wrong side of the numbers on his tribe and was unanimously voted out.}}}}
 
| {{nowrap|6th Voted Out<br />Day 18}}
 
| {{nowrap|6th Voted Out<br />Day 18}}
 
| 20.80
 
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| align="left" | October 31, 2002
 
| align="left" | October 31, 2002
 
| None
 
| None
| {{tribebox|chuaygahn}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuaygahn|{{Tooltips|Chuay Gahn|[[File:Sook jai.png|250px|center|link=Jail Break]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''[[Jail Break]]''<br />Shackled by locks, each team would be placed in a jail cell. Using the resources on the ground, the Survivors had to escape the cell by reaching for the keys that hung on posts outside of the cell. First tribe to have gathered the keys, unlock their shackles, and dig out of the jail would win.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|sookjai|Shii Ann<br>(4-1)}}
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| {{tribebox3|sookjai|{{Tooltips|Shii Ann<br>(4-1)|[[File:Shii Ann Voted Out (Thailand).jpg|250px|center|link=Shii Ann Huang]]<br />Because she made it clear she was okay with flipping on her tribe, Shii Ann was voted out.}}}}
 
| {{nowrap|7th Voted Out<br />Day 21}}
 
| {{nowrap|7th Voted Out<br />Day 21}}
 
| N/A
 
| N/A
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| align="left" | November 7, 2002
 
| align="left" | November 7, 2002
 
| None
 
| None
| {{tribebox|chuaygahn}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuaygahn|{{Tooltips|Chuay Gahn|[[File:Sook jai breathing space.jpg|250px|center]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''Breathing Space''<br />Using eight individual bamboo snorkels, four for each tribe, the castaways had to submerge themselves underwater and breathe through the snorkel. Once a tribe member came up for air, their time was stopped. The tribe with the longest cumulative running time under water would win.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|sookjai|Erin<br>(3-1)}}
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| {{tribebox3|sookjai|{{Tooltips|Erin<br>(3-1)|[[File:Erin Voted Out (Thailand).jpg|250px|center|link=Erin Collins]]<br />In a heart-wrenching Tribal Council, Erin became the first member of the jury.}}}}
 
| {{nowrap|8th Voted Out<br />1st Jury Member<br />Day 24}}
 
| {{nowrap|8th Voted Out<br />1st Jury Member<br />Day 24}}
 
| N/A
 
| N/A
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| align="left" | {{Ep|0509}}
 
| align="left" | {{Ep|0509}}
 
| align="left" | November 14, 2002
 
| align="left" | November 14, 2002
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Brian}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Brian|[[File:Obstacle-course-thailand.jpg|250px|center|link=The Obstacle Course]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''[[The Obstacle Course|Wicker Ball Relay]]''<br />Pairing up, each group of Survivors would race through an obstacle course, with various tasks to perform along the way. First team to successfully complete the course and cross the finish line wins and moves on to the next heat. This continued until the final round, where the last remaining pair would compete against each other on a puzzle. The first person to complete the puzzle would win reward.<br />'''Reward:''' A video of the winner's loved ones from home.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Clay}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Clay|[[File:Thailand 9.jpg|250px|center]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''Thai Numbers''<br />The Survivors had to compete in a mathematical test. First, a simple elimination round tested the Survivors' memory skills, matching Thai numbers with numbers in English. The second round requires problem solving, using Thai numbers as coordinates, the contestants had to find ten buried tiles. Each uncovered tile revealed the location of the next tile. The first contestant to recover all ten of their tiles wins immunity.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Ken<br>(5-3)}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Ken<br>(5-3)|[[File:Ken Voted Out (Thailand).jpg|250px|center|link=Ken Stafford]]<br />With the former [[Chuay Gahn]]s in power, they decided to vote out Ken.}}}}
 
| {{nowrap|9th Voted Out<br />2nd Jury Member<br />Day 27}}
 
| {{nowrap|9th Voted Out<br />2nd Jury Member<br />Day 27}}
 
| 21.62
 
| 21.62
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| align="left" | {{Ep|0510}}
 
| align="left" | {{Ep|0510}}
 
| align="left" | November 21, 2002
 
| align="left" | November 21, 2002
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Brian<br />[Clay]}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Brian<br />[Clay]|'''Challenge Title:''' ''Knock-Out''<br />Competing in pairs, the Survivors would have to race in a four-stage obstacle course. Each stage was designed to eliminate players. In the first stage, the castaways had to pair up, with the remaining player instantly eliminated. Then the pairs had to negotiate their way across towers using two wooden planks to bridge the gaps. The first two pairs to successfully make it across would move on to the next stage, a belly crawl under a bamboo course. The first three Survivors to finish the belly crawl would move on to the third stage, a wall climb in which they had to use the aid of another competitor to help each other over. First two to climb over the wall would move on to the final stage, a race along a bamboo balance beam. First person to complete the balance beam and cross the finish line would win.<br />'''Reward:''' A trip to the mainland for an elephant trek through the Thai jungle, along with an authentic Thai lunch.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Helen}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Helen|[[File:Thailand Quiz.jpg|250px|center|link=Survivous Quiz Show]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''[[Survivor Quiz Show|Snuff It]]''<br />This challenge tested the Survivors' knowledge of Thai culture, as each castaway had to answer a multiple-choice or true-or-false question. Each tribe member who answered a question correctly was permitted to snuff out a competitor's torch. The last Survivor left with a lit torch wins Immunity.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Penny<br>(4-2-1)}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Penny<br>(4-2-1)|[[File:Penny Voted Out.jpg|250px|center|link=Penny Ramsey]]<br />Penny's attempts to blindside [[Jake Billingsley|Jake]] backfired as she was voted out instead.}}}}
 
| {{nowrap|10th Voted Out<br />3rd Jury Member<br />Day 30}}
 
| {{nowrap|10th Voted Out<br />3rd Jury Member<br />Day 30}}
 
| N/A
 
| N/A
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| align="left" | {{Ep|0512}}
 
| align="left" | {{Ep|0512}}
 
| align="left" | December 5, 2002
 
| align="left" | December 5, 2002
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Helen}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Helen|[[File:JimGloverEatingContest.jpg|250px|center|link=Buggin' Out]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''[[Buggin' Out|Thai Menu]]''<br />The loved ones will compete against each other in a bug-eating contest. If a loved one does not want to cooperate, they will be disqualified from the challenge, going home without any hugs from their survivor. The last loved one to finish their food is eliminated. Last one standing wins. The win will be counted as a victory for their survivor.<br />'''Reward:''' The winning loved one will stay at the Chuay Jai camp for 24 hours.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Ted}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Ted|[[File:Thailand 11.jpg|250px|center|link=Cube Crisis]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''[[Cube Crisis]]''<br />Tied with their loved one, the survivors had to gather their own misshapen pieces from a nearby pile and fit the assorted, oversized pieces in such a way that they construct a colored cube. The first person to have successfully constructed their colored cube wins Immunity.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Jake<br>(5-1)}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Jake<br>(5-1)|[[File:VO Jake Thailand.jpg|250px|center|link=Jake Billingsley]]<br />As the last original member of Sook Jai left, Jake was voted out unanimously.}}}}
 
| {{nowrap|11th Voted Out<br />4th Jury Member<br />Day 33}}
 
| {{nowrap|11th Voted Out<br />4th Jury Member<br />Day 33}}
 
| 21.50
 
| 21.50
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| align="left" | {{Ep|0513}}
 
| align="left" | {{Ep|0513}}
 
| align="left" | December 12, 2002
 
| align="left" | December 12, 2002
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Ted<br />[Helen]}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Ted<br />[Helen]|[[File:Ted-reward.png|250px|center|link=Letter Hunt]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''[[Letter Hunt]]''<br />The tribe had to race to solve a word puzzle. First, they had to collect a series of placards, each bearing an English letter, which they would have to acquire at successive stations along a course. Once they had gathered all the letters, they would have to unscramble them to form two mystery words. First person to spell out the words correctly would win.<br />'''Reward:''' A Chevrolet Trailblazer and a full Thai dinner and massage.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Brian}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Brian|[[File:Step-on-up-thailand.jpg|250px|center|link=Step on Up]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''[[Step on Up]]''<br />The Survivors would start at the base of a ten-step staircase. Each step of the staircase was part of a jigsaw, the pieces of which lay in a jumble at the foot of the staircase. The Survivors had to gather their missing pieces and build their way to the top of the stairs to the finishing platform. First person to have successfully completed their staircase and climb to the top would win.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Ted<br>(4-1)}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Ted<br>(4-1)|[[File:VO Ted Thailand.jpg|250px|center|link=Ted Rogers, Jr.]]<br />Ted was voted out for being a physical threat.}}}}
 
| {{nowrap|12th Voted Out<br />5th Jury Member<br />Day 36}}
 
| {{nowrap|12th Voted Out<br />5th Jury Member<br />Day 36}}
 
| 19.00
 
| 19.00
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| rowspan="5" align="left" | December 19, 2002
 
| rowspan="5" align="left" | December 19, 2002
 
| rowspan="2" | None
 
| rowspan="2" | None
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Brian}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Brian|[[File:Clayfinal4.png|250px|center|link=Survivor Pentathlon]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''[[Survivor Pentathlon|Try Again]]''<br />The Survivors would compete in an obstacle course that used elements of past Challenges. First, they would have to dig deep into the sand to retrieve a wicker ball and race over a bamboo balance beam. Next, they would have to push the wicker ball through a fishnet and place the ball on a pedestal. The next stage consisted of solving a puzzle, which would release a knife. They were then to take the knife and cut a rope that released a bag of material that would help them negotiate their next task of retrieving a key from inside a jail cell. The final stage was a surprise Thai delicacy, and the first person to consume it would win Immunity, thus ensuring themselves a spot in the Final Three.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Helen<br>(3-1)}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Helen<br>(3-1)|[[File:VO Helen Thailand.jpg|250px|center|link=Helen Glover]]<br />[[Brian Heidik|Brian]] felt threatened by Helen and blindsided her, much to Helen's anger.}}}}
 
| {{nowrap|13th Voted Out<br />6th Jury Member<br />Day 37}}
 
| {{nowrap|13th Voted Out<br />6th Jury Member<br />Day 37}}
 
| rowspan="4" | 24.08
 
| rowspan="4" | 24.08
 
| rowspan="4" | 9.9/26
 
| rowspan="4" | 9.9/26
 
|-
 
|-
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Brian}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Brian|[[File:Normal Ep514 1 1034.jpg|250px|center]]<br />'''Challenge Title:''' ''Slip Through Your Fingers''<br />Castaways must hold a Thai pose while holding coins between their fingers. If they run out of coins, they are out of the challenge. Last person standing wins immunity.}}}}
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Jan<br>(1-0)}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Jan<br>(1-0)|[[File:VO Jan Thailand.jpg|250px|center|link=Jan Gentry]]<br />Brian chose [[Clay Jordan|Clay]] over Jan to go to the [[Final Two]], believing Jan did nothing to anger the jury.}}}}
 
| {{nowrap|14th Voted Out<br />7th Jury Member<br />Day 38}}
 
| {{nowrap|14th Voted Out<br />7th Jury Member<br />Day 38}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| colspan="2" rowspan="2" |Jury Vote
 
| colspan="2" rowspan="2" |Jury Vote
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Clay<br>(4-'''3''')}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Clay<br>(4-'''3''')|[[File:Final2.png|250px|center|link=Clay Jordan]]<br />Clay received criticism from the jury for his laziness and lost to Brian.}}}}
 
| {{nowrap|Runner-Up}}
 
| {{nowrap|Runner-Up}}
 
|-
 
|-
| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|Brian<br>('''4'''-3)}}
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| {{tribebox3|chuayjai|{{Tooltips|Brian<br>('''4'''-3)|[[File:Brian wins.jpg|250px|center|link=Brian Heidik]]<br />Although the jury was tough on Brian for his villainous gameplay, his leadership of the [[Chuay Gahn Five]] won him the title of [[Sole Survivor]].}}}}
 
| {{nowrap|Sole Survivor}}
 
| {{nowrap|Sole Survivor}}
 
|-
 
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Latest revision as of 19:21, May 25, 2020

Episode Air date Challenges Eliminated
(Vote)
Finish Viewers
(in millions)[1]
Ratings/Share
(18-49)[1]
Reward Immunity
1 "The Importance of Being Eldest" September 19, 2002 None
Sook Jai
John
(6-1-1)
1st Voted Out
Day 3
23.05 9.6/28
2 "The Great Divide" September 26, 2002
Sook Jai
Sook Jai
Tanya
(5-2)
2nd Voted Out
Day 6
21.72 8.6/21
3 "Family Values" October 3, 2002
Chuay Gahn
Chuay Gahn
Jed
(5-3)
3rd Voted Out
Day 9
20.60 8.5/N/A
4 "Gender Bender" October 10, 2002
Sook Jai
Sook Jai
Ghandia
(4-2)
4th Voted Out
Day 12
21.16 8.6/22
5 "The Ocean's Surprise" October 17, 2002
Survivor
Auction
Chuay Gahn
Stephanie
(5-2)
5th Voted Out
Day 15
N/A 8.3/23
6 "The Power of One" October 24, 2002
Sook Jai
Chuay Gahn
Robb
(5-1)
6th Voted Out
Day 18
20.80 8.4/N/A
7 "Assumptions" October 31, 2002 None
Chuay Gahn
Shii Ann
(4-1)
7th Voted Out
Day 21
N/A 7.5/N/A
8 "Sleeping with the Enemy" November 7, 2002 None
Chuay Gahn
Erin
(3-1)
8th Voted Out
1st Jury Member
Day 24
N/A N/A
9 "Desperate Measures" November 14, 2002
Brian
Clay
Ken
(5-3)
9th Voted Out
2nd Jury Member
Day 27
21.62 8.6/22
10 "While the Cats Are Away" November 21, 2002
Brian
[Clay]
Helen
Penny
(4-2-1)
10th Voted Out
3rd Jury Member
Day 30
N/A N/A
11 "The First 30 Days" November 27, 2002 Recap Episode N/A N/A
12 "A Big Surprise... and Another" December 5, 2002
Helen
Ted
Jake
(5-1)
11th Voted Out
4th Jury Member
Day 33
21.50 8.6/N/A
13 "The Tides Are Turning" December 12, 2002
Ted
[Helen]
Brian
Ted
(4-1)
12th Voted Out
5th Jury Member
Day 36
19.00 7.4/N/A
14 "Slip Through Your Fingers" December 19, 2002 None
Brian
Helen
(3-1)
13th Voted Out
6th Jury Member
Day 37
24.08 9.9/26
Brian
Jan
(1-0)
14th Voted Out
7th Jury Member
Day 38
Jury Vote
Clay
(4-3)
Runner-Up
Brian
(4-3)
Sole Survivor
15 "Reunion" 20.42 9.2/24

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