Ethan Zohn partner kim

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Winner rankings by STRATEGIC game

2020.07.27 12:59 Ledwards49 Winner rankings by STRATEGIC game

So after I finished re-watching seasons 1-30 and listening to TEOS I posted my season rankings which had some very unpopular opinions that weren't too well received but I'm back again to post my winner rankings which I'm sure will also upset some people!
This is based on each winners strategic game and again is only for seasons 1-30, I could have a guess where the others would fall but I need to re-watch them first. (There will be a new #1 though!)
I'll provide a brief explanation for each placement. Please ask me anything!
Here we go.
  1. Kim Spradlin - This woman had OPTIONS. Played as close to a perfect game as you could, controlled the entire game and never even needed to use her idol. I love Kim.
  2. Yul Kwon - Fantastic strategic game. People discredit Yul's game because of his God idol but he played it perfectly.
  3. Tony Vlachos - Degree of difficulty for this win is HIGH. Dominated the strategy in Cagayan.
  4. Todd Herzog - Another great strategic game, no complaints from me!
  5. Boston Rob Mariano - Dominated strategically from the beginning. I do think he was slightly lucky that Zapatera threw a challenge, could've easily gone into the merge without the numbers after voting out Matt Elrod but it worked out well.
  6. Natalie Anderson - Amazing finish to the game, blindsided on the Jeremy vote but played it very well to get back into the numbers.
  7. Brian Heidik - Didn't put a foot wrong strategically but don't think the degree of difficulty was close to the players ranked higher.
  8. Richard Hatch - Similar to Brian, no strategic mistakes in my opinion but simply not as difficult so comes in a bit lower.
  9. Tina Wesson - Very close to Hatch but I give him the slight edge over Tina.
  10. Tom Westman - Wasn't in danger too often because he was immune so much but when he was, he did very well to make sure he survived the vote.
  11. Sophie Clarke - Put herself in the dominant alliance which controlled the game and correctly identified that she could beat Coach at the end. She called her shot and to do it at such a young age is very impressive to me.
  12. Parvati Shallow - Pulled off some great blindsides and was on the right side of every vote but was willing to go with Cirie to the end where she potentially loses.
  13. Amber Brkich - This is probably the one that will draw the most criticism but I really don't think she did anything wrong strategically. She calls her shot on beating Rob at the end and she's right. I give her a lot of credit on the initial vote of Rob C and I think Amber is the one who brings in Rupert and Jenna which proves to be the dominant alliance.
  14. JT Thomas - Similar to Amber in that he had a partner the entire game. Like Amber, JT doesn't do anything wrong strategically but in this case, his partner would've voted him out had he lost immunity at the end.
  15. Chris Daugherty - Played a great strategic game but it was TWILA who should get the credit for bringing in Eliza and blindsiding Leann at the final 7 so Chris comes in a bit lower.
  16. John Cochran - Only on the wrong side of the vote once thanks to the three amigos, never really controlled the strategy of the game but never needed to!
  17. Earl Cole - Very similar to Cochran, never really controlled the strategy but never needed to.
  18. Tyson Apostol - Another one I think many will disagree with. He's lower for me because I think his strategy shouldn't have worked. He played himself into a position at final 7 where his alliance of 3 should've been next out. Why Ciera voted out Caleb here I will never know but it puts Tyson higher on the social rankings. I also think it was a mistake to not play his idol at final 6 and avoid going to rocks.
  19. Denise Stapley - Did amazingly well to survive every vote but never had a huge say in the strategy. Also came really close to taking Malcolm to the end where she would've lost the game.
  20. Natalie White - She called her shot! Obviously would never have won the game if not for Russell doing the heavy lifting strategically but she very early states her strategy of going to the end with Russell to win and she's RIGHT.
  21. Sandra Diaz-Twine 1.0 - Comes in on the low end because she was blindsided when she lost Rupert and on the wrong side again when Christa goes. Does great at the final 5 but gets very lucky at the final 3.
  22. Danni Boatwright - Might have been higher if she actually let us know what she was doing but gives the camera nothing. Does well to survive but more on the mistakes of others. And gets very lucky that the final 3 challenge is designed for tall people to win.
  23. Vecepia Towery - Doesn't do a lot wrong early but is never in control which leads to her on the outs at final 5 and going home at final 4 if not for winning immunity. Also have no idea why she votes Neleh at final 4 because she loses to Kathy and Paschal I think.
  24. Mike Holloway - Mike is very hard to place for me because while he makes a terrible move to put himself on the outs, he does a great job of getting the votes on his biggest physical threat and is on the right side of the votes a lot. He does very well early on but does blow up his game, so needs to be at the low end.
  25. Sandra Diaz-Twine 2.0 - Never controls the strategy and would've lost the game had she succeeded in her strategy of voting out Russell which is why she comes in so low!
  26. Ethan Zohn - Wanted to go to the final 3 with Lex and Big Tom where he is most likely voted out.
  27. Aras Baskauskas - Wanted to go to the final 2 with Cirie where he definitely loses the game!
  28. Jenna Morasca - Wanted to quit the game and gets very lucky at the end to win. Honestly believe Matthew thoroughly deserved to win over Jenna. Never had any real say in the strategy of the game.
  29. Bob Crowley - Terrible strategic game, but not as terrible as....
  30. Fabio Birza - Hands down worst strategic game!!
So there it is! Rankings like this can never be perfect, let me know what you agree with and what you disagree with! Would love to hear your thoughts.
Next up will be PHYSICAL games!
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2019.05.23 07:08 heyhelgapataki S40 Players, the Zodiac, and You

Hello, I am crazy and here are all the birthdays and sun signs for the s40 cast plus comparisons to the signs of the non-playing winners.
This is just for fun- I like astrology but I know it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. None of my statements are meant to be taken as fact. This is only intended as fun speculation.
Alright, so let’s start with the players of season 40-
Ethan Zohn- Scorpio (11/12/73) Sandra Diaz-Twine- Leo (7/30/74) Amber Brkich- Leo (8/11/78) Danni Boatwright- Cancer (7/13/75) Yul Kwon- Aquarius (2/14/75) Parvati Shallow- Virgo (9/21/82) Rob Mariano- Capricorn (12/25/75) Sophie Clarke- Cancer (7/10/89) Kim Spradlin- Aquarius (1/30/83) Denise Stapley- Capricorn (1/1/71) Tyson Apostal- Gemini (6/17/79) Tony Vlachos- Virgo (9/10/73) Natalie Anderson- Aries (4/11/86) Jeremy Collins- Taurus (4/20/78) Michele Fitzgerald- Taurus (5/5/90) Adam Klein- Capricorn (1/15/91) Sarah Lacina- Libra (10/19/83) Ben Driebergen- Capricorn (1/1/83) Wendell Holland- Pisces (3/8/84) Nick Wilson- Gemini (6/11/90)
So to break it down- 4 Capricorn 2 Leo 2 Aquarius 2 Gemini 2 Virgo 2 Taurus 1 Scorpio 1 Libra 1 Pisces 1 Aries
Let’s break it down by elements-
To give a basic idea of elements in astrology: earth signs tend to be more stable and grounded; air signs tend to be adaptable and quick; water signs tend to be more emotional and thoughtful; fire signs tend to be, well, firey and bright but can burn out quick.
Earth signs (Capricorn, Virgo, Taurus) absolutely dominate this season with 8 players. Is it any surprise that Earth signs are so good at Survivor? Air signs (Aquarius, Gemini, Libra) and Water signs (Pisces, Scorpio, Cancer) have five players each. Fire signs (Leo, Aries, Sagittarius) have just three players representing
Capricorns dominate both the season 40 player list and the non-playing winners, with 4 playing Capricorns and 3 non-playing Capricorns. Non-playing Capricorns are Tina Wesson, Tom Westman, and John Cochran. Earth signs ties with Air signs on the non-playing list at five each.
Now to some thoughts and observations-
Ethan is the only Scorpio to ever win the game. The only other sign represented once is our Sagittarius queen Vecepia Towery.
Sandra and Amber are one of three Leo winners, with Mike Hollaway being the lone Leo male.
Yul and Kim are two out of four Aquarius winners alongside Jenna Morasca and Todd Herzog.
Boston Rob is one of four players to be born on a holiday (Christmas), with Yul (Valentine’s Day) and Denise and Ben (New Year’s Day).
Tyson and Nick is joined by Fabio as our funny blonde Gemini winners.
Sophie and Danni are joined by none other than JT as our Cancer winners.
Tony and Parvati are joined by Chris Daughtery to represent the Virgos. An interesting point- Tony and Parvati’s two opposite-sex counterparts, Trish and Russell, are both Libras born on 10/9 and 10/10 respectively. I’m personally interested to see of Tony and Parvati will be drawn to eachother or if Tony will stay closer to his other Libra counterpart, Sarah.
Speaking of Sarah, she may be the only Libra playing but she’s joined by Aras Baskaukus and Chris Underwood (kinda?) overall.
Natalie may be the only Aries playing but she’s in good company with Richard Hatch and Earl Cole.
Speaking of Aries, Jeremy may be a Taurus but he is right on the Aries/Taurus cusp and I personally believe he tends toward that firey Aries. Compared to his other Taurus winners, Michele and Natalie White, I think you may agree.
That leaves us with Wendell, our lone Pisces. He’s joined by Brian Heidek and Bob Crowley on the non-playing side.
The thing that surprised me most about this list was how well everyone could pair off. A Yul and Kim partnership? Amazing. Tyson and Nick? Probably hilarious. Parvati and Tony- have they finally found the perfect strategic playing partner? If the Capricorns work together they probably dominate the whole damn thing. And where would our lone signs align?
Thanks for reading. I hope it was fun even if you don’t like astrology!
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2017.01.20 06:01 jeffcoaster (Updated) Master List of all Alternate Returning Players. --- Please help contribute if you know anything! Thanks!

I don't think there's been an updated list of alternate returning players made since Blood vs. Water, so it’s time we make a master list of all Survivor alums who have disclosed at any point whether over social media or in an interview that they were considered as a returning player for a season they did not make the final cut for.
A lot of this data comes from Ben Waterworth’s Survivor Oz interviews with the respective contestants. If you know of any other past contestants who were asked back but decline or were considered or cut for a past season, please share anything you know in the comments! It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
And just to clarify...
~ All-Stars ~
  • Kelly Goldsmith (Cut - Replaced by Shii-Ann; She quit her job and was ready to go when they replaced her with Shii-Ann, in order to include all 7 seasons in the cast. Casting felt guilty about this and so they hired her to come work in casting for Survivor: Vanuatu. She also got to work in casting for The Amazing Race 6, the season, which Freddy & Kendra won.)
  • Ken Stafford (Cut/Alternate)
  • Jeff Varner (Cut - probably too similar to Richard Hatch)
  • Michael Skupin (Cut)
  • Neleh Dennis (Cut)
  • Rodger Bingham (Cut)
  • Sean Rector (Cut)
  • Teresa Cooper (At least "Considered"; possibly "Cut")
  • Gervase Peterson (Considered)
  • Jonny FairPlay (Considered)
  • Colleen Haskell (Declined)
  • Elisabeth Hasselbeck (Declined)
  • Heidi Strobel (Declined)
  • Hunter Ellis (Declined – due to work obligations with the History Channel)
  • Sandra Diaz-Twine (Declined)
  • Brian Heidik (Uncertain; he's made known that he only would have played if the stipend was bigger but this doesn't tell us if he was actually considered or formally declined)
~ Guatemala ~
  • Jonathan Libby (Considered/Cut)
  • Michael Skupin (Considered/Cut)
  • Rodger Bingham (Considered/Cut)
  • Wanda Shirk (Considered/Cut)
  • Hunter Ellis (Declined)
~ Micronesia ~
  • Terry Deitz (Cast and then cut 2 days before leaving; Replaced by James Clement most likely)
  • Peih-Gee Law (Cut; Replaced by Amanda Kimmel)
  • Coby Archa (Cut)
  • Sandra Diaz-Twine (Cut)
  • Earl Cole (Considered)
  • Michael Skupin (Considered)
  • Shane Powers (Considered)
  • Yuk Kwon (Considered)
  • Janu Tornell (Uncertain; Coby Archa on Survivor Oz claims she was considered)
  • Courtney Yates (Declined)
  • Tom Westman (Declined)
  • Richard Hatch (Request Denied By Federal Judge)
~ Heroes vs. Villains ~
  • Amy O'Hara (Cast, then Cut – Replaced by Candice)
  • Shane Powers (Cut - Replaced by Russell)
  • Ken Hoang (Cut/Alternate)
  • Twila Tanner (Cut/Alternate)
  • Jonathan Penner (Cut - Claims he was replaced by Russell)
  • Ace Gordon (Cut)
  • Natalie Bolton (Cut)
  • Brian Heidik (Considered - for a short time, but then Jeff said, "No way. Not doing it.")
  • Erik Reichenbach (Considered)
  • Michael Skupin (Considered)
  • Ozzy Lusth (Considered – Casting decided against it because they already had 4 returnees from Micronesia on HvV)
  • Richard Hatch (Considered – but his request to play was denied by the federal judge)
  • Rudy Boesch (Considered – but medical decided there would be too many health risks)
  • Terry Deitz (Considered)
  • Yuk Kwon (Considered)
  • Jonny FairPlay (Uncertain; Claims he was considered)
  • Alicia Calaway (Declined)
  • Corinne Kaplan (Declined - due to work obligations)
  • Danni Boatwright (Declined- said she would only do all winners)
  • Hunter Ellis (Declined – Production wanted him back, but his wife was pregnant and about to give birth when filming started)
  • Kelly Goldsmith (Declined – due to starting a new job)
  • Shii-Ann Huang (Declined – she had just given birth)
  • Sierra Reed (Declined)
  • Taj Johnson-George (Declined)
  • Yau-Man Chan (Declined – due to work obligations)
~ Redemption Island ~
  • Jonathan Penner (Cut)
  • Michael Skupin (Considered/Cut)
  • Erik Reichenbach (Considered)
  • Richard Hatch (Initially cast but request denied by Federal Judge; Replaced by Boston Rob)
~ South Pacific ~
  • Alina Wilson (Cut)
  • Jeff Varner (Cut)
  • Shane Powers (Cut – Claims he was replaced by Ozzy Lusth)
  • Phillip Sheppard (Cut)
  • Ethan Zohn (Declined – didn’t want to have to compete against his girl friend, Jenna)
  • Jenna Morasca (Declined – didn’t want to have to compete against her boy friend Ethan)
  • Michael Skupin (Declined – his mother had just passed away unfortunately)
~ Philippines ~
  • Colton Cumbie (Cut at the last minute after the episode of him and Alicia bullying Christina Cha had aired, in which Colton got a lot of negative backlash - Replaced by Jonathan Penner)
  • Stephenie LaGrossa (Declined - According to Coby Archa, Stephenie was considered when it was supposed to be a Redemption styled season with female returnees, but she declined due to her pregnancy)
~ Caramoan ~
  • Troyzan Robertson (Cut - replaced by Malcolm)
  • Tyson Apostol (Cut – when the season took a different direction)
  • Stephen Fishbach (Cut)
  • Colton Cumbie (Considered)
  • Lisa Whelchel (Considered – Casting decided against it ultimately because it’s a lot to ask a mother to play two seasons back-to-back, being away from her children)
  • Matt Elrod (Declined)
  • Shambo Waters (Declined)
~ Blood vs. Water ~
  • RC Saint-Amour (Cast – Replaced by alternates Candice & John when her father didn’t past the medical screening out in Cagayan)
  • Ashley Underwood (Cut - her partner and back up partner couldn't make it)
  • Cirie Fields (Cut - her partner and back up partner couldn't make it)
  • Jerri Manthey (Cut -her partner and back up partner couldn't make it)
  • Bobby Jon Drinkard (Cut)
  • Chelsea Meissner (Cut)
  • Chris Daugherty (Cut - at least rumored to have been; still waiting on a source)
  • Cindy Hall (Cut)
  • Edna Ma (Cut)
  • Eliza Orlins (Cut)
  • Holly Hoffman (Cut)
  • Kelly Goldsmith (Cut – Casting really wanted her, but she couldn’t find a loved one able to compete.)
  • Ken Hoang (Cut)
  • Jane Bright (Cut)
  • Marty Piombo (Cut)
  • Sandra Diaz-Twine (Cut)
  • Troyzan Robertson (Cut)
  • Twila Tanner (Cut)
  • Earl Cole (Considered)
  • Jamie Newton (Considered)
  • Jonathan Penner (Considered – however, his son was too young at the time)
  • Terry Deitz (Considered – But his daughter whom he wanted to play with was too young at the time)
  • Amber Brkich-Mariano (Declined – said her Survivor journey is complete)
  • Denise Stapely (Declined)
  • Greg Buis (Declined)
  • Jim Rice (Declined)
  • Lex van den Berghe (Declined due to the production of Family Beef)
  • Parvati Shallow (Declined – has said she didn’t think she had it in her to compete against a loved one)
  • Reynold Toepfer (Declined – had just gotten married)
  • Rob Cesternino (Declined)
  • Rob Mariano (Declined – said his Survivor journey is complete)
  • Russell Hantz (Declined)
  • Shane Powers (Declined - Was asked to play with his son, but he felt that would have been too hard on him emotionally)
  • Tom Buchanan (Declined due to the production of Family Beef)
  • Tom Westman (Declined)
~ Cambodia ~
  • Angie Layton (Cut at finals)
  • Chelsea Meissner (Cut at finals)
  • Hayden Moss (Cut at finals)
  • John Cody (Cut right before finals)
  • Jon Misch (Cut due to apparent lack of interest after not checking his voicemail)
  • J’Tia Taylor (Cut at finals)
  • Greg Buis (Declined – as CEO of non-profit he couldn’t take time off work)
  • Ian Rosenberger (Declined – as CEO of non-profit couldn’t take time off work)
  • Jeff Kent (Declined)
  • Josh Canfield (Declined reluctantly due to work commitments)
  • Natalie Bolton (Declined – work commitments)
  • RC Saint-Amour (Declined- she didn’t want to play again with Abi-Maria)
  • Shambo Waters (Declined)
  • Brad Culpepper (Lost in fan vote)
  • Carolyn Rivera (Lost in fan vote)
  • Jim Rice (Lost in fan vote)
  • Max Dawson (Lost in fan vote)
  • Mikayla Wingle (Lost in fan vote)
  • Natalie Tenerelli (Lost in fan vote)
  • Sabrina Thompson (Lost in fan vote)
  • Shane Powers (Lost in fan vote)
  • Stephanie Valencia (Lost in fan vote)
  • Teresa Cooper (Lost in fan vote)
  • Troyzan Robertson (Lost in fan vote)
~ Game Changers ~
  • Alexis Maxwell (Cut)
  • Carolyn Rivera (Cut)
  • Chelsea Meissner (Cut)
  • Danni Boatwright (Cut)
  • John Cody (Cut)
  • Jon Misch (Cut)
  • Jonathan Penner (Cut)
  • LJ McKanas (Cut)
  • Marty Piombo (Cut)
  • Mike Holloway (Cut)
  • Monica Culpepper (Cut)
  • Natalie Anderson (Cut - got a head injury shortly before filming; replaced by Sierra Dawn Thomas)
  • Natalie Bolton (Cut)
  • Peter Baggenstos (Cut)
  • Sabrina Thompson (Cut)
  • Sophie Clarke (Cut)
  • Abi-Maria Gomes (Considered)
  • So Kim (Considered)
  • Earl Cole (Declined due to work... BUT he did go pretty far through casting. Unclear if he reached finals, but eventually pulled himself out because of work obligations.)
  • Cydney Gillon (Declined)
  • Greg Buis (Declined)
  • Joe Anglim (Declined)
  • Kelley Wentworth (Declined)
  • Rob Cesternino (Declined)
  • Colleen Haskell (Rumored to have declined)
NEW!!!
Players Who Have been "Cut” More than Once
5 times: Michael Skupin (he has claimed)
4 times: Shane Powers
3 times: Chelsea Meissner, Jonathan Penner, Terry Deitz, Troyzan Robertson, Earl Cole ("Considered" twice, "Cut" once)
2 Times: Carolyn Rivera, Jeff Varner, John Cody, Jon Misch, Kelly Goldsmith, Ken Hoang, Marty Piombo, Natalie Bolton, Rodger Bingham, Sabrina Thompson, Sandra Diaz-Twine, Teresa Cooper, Twila Tanner, & Yul Kwon (twice “considered”, never “cut”)
Players Who Have “Declined” Multiple Times: Colleen Haskell (multiple times apparently), Elisabeth Hasselbeck (multiple times apparently), Greg Buis (3 times), Hunter Ellis (twice), Rob Cesternino (twice), Shambo Waters (twice), & Tom Westman (twice)
...Can anyone corroborate the following?
  • Were Peih-Gee, Grant Mattos and Christina Cha considered/cut for Caramoan?
  • Did Rob Cesternino decline Heroes vs. Villains invitation?
  • Was Chris Daughterty cut in BvW casting? (Someone said on Sucks he went super far with his wife through casting, but I can't find substantial evidence.)
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2016.01.25 22:37 supaspike /r/survivor Winner Rankings: #5

#5: J.T. Thomas – Tocantins

Summary: Coming into the merge at a 4-6 disadvantage, JT survived by making literally everyone he met fall in love with him. With people willing to risk their own games to let him go further, JT partnered with Stephen to run the game, holding alliances from every direction. JT also won the final three immunity challenges, enabling himself to survive the final rounds. He took Stephen with him to the Final 2, where he let Stephen took the majority of the blame while playing his honesty up to the jury, and JT won 7-0 for the first perfect game in Survivor history.
Some interesting stats:
Voter comments:
/survivor’s Final Four: Richard Hatch, Earl Cole, Todd Herzog, Kim Spradlin
Rank Winner Season Score St. Dev. Link to Thread
5 J.T. Thomas Tocantins 6.90 2.35 J.T.
6 Tom Westman Palau 6.78 2.37 Tom
7 Natalie Anderson San Juan Del Sur 6.77 2.16 Natalie
8 Tony Vlachos Cagayan 6.73 2.27 Tony
9 Jeremy Collins Cambodia 6.47 2.16 Jeremy and Denise
10 Denise Stapley Philippines 6.40 2.23
11 Yul Kwon Cook Islands 6.21 2.55 Yul and Parvati
12 Parvati Shallow Micronesia 5.85 2.81
13 Brian Heidik Thailand 5.82 2.78 Briand and Sandra
14 Sandra Diaz-Twine Heroes vs. Villains 5.79 2.82
15 Tina Wesson Australia 5.54 2.28 Tina and Chris
16 Chris Daugherty Vanuatu 5.48 2.32
17 Tyson Apostol Blood vs. Water 4.91 2.36 Tyson and Rob
18 Rob Mariano Redemption Island 4.87 3.52
19 Sandra Diaz-Twine Pearl Islands 4.79 2.59 Sandra and Danni
20 Danni Boatwright Guatemala 4.75 2.43
21 Ethan Zohn Africa 3.81 1.90 Ethan and Sophie
22 Sophie Clarke South Pacific 3.72 2.06
23 John Cochran Caramoan 3.30 2.41 Cochran and Aras
24 Aras Baskauskas Panama 3.26 1.59
25 Mike Holloway Worlds Apart 2.81 2.18 Mike and Vecepia
26 Vecepia Towery Marquesas 2.57 2.02
27 Jenna Morasca Amazon 2.33 1.92 Jenna
28 Natalie White Samoa 2.32 1.93 Natalie and Fabio
29 Jud "Fabio" Birza Nicaragua 2.29 2.04
30 Amber Bkrich All-Stars 1.76 1.77 Amber and Bob
31 Bob Crowley Gabon 1.04 1.63
All voting stats
Album of all voting distributions
If you disagree how the sub voted, please offer constructive debate points and don't simply criticize other people for having opinions. Also, please give this post an upvote if you want it to be seen; text posts often don’t get upvoted enough to rise, and it’s becoming increasingly difficult to stay on the front page as the offseason ends. (I don’t get any karma from this so I have nothing to gain.)
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2016.01.23 23:16 supaspike /r/survivor Winner Rankings: #7

#7: Natalie Anderson – San Juan Del Sur

Summary: After losing her loved one three days into the game, Natalie partnered with Jeremy and ran their original Hunahpu tribe until it was switched up. After Jeremy was blindsided by her alliance, she hatched a plan to use the ringleader Jon until she could take him out herself, a plan that involved “accidentally” voting for the wrong person and turning Jon’s mother figure against him. After voting him out, Natalie gained the couple’s trust back by saving Jaclyn in a thrilling idol play. Even though she was in the final four with three players whose loved ones she’d voted out, Natalie was in no danger of going home, and in the end she beat Jaclyn and Missy in a 5-2-1 vote for the title.
Some interesting stats:
Voter comments:
/survivor’s Top 6: Richard Hatch, Tom Westman, Earl Cole, Todd Herzog, J.T. Thomas, Kim Spradlin
Rank Winner Season Score St. Dev. Link to Thread
7 Natalie Anderson San Juan Del Sur 6.77 2.16 Natalie
8 Tony Vlachos Cagayan 6.73 2.27 Tony
9 Jeremy Collins Cambodia 6.47 2.16 Jeremy and Denise
10 Denise Stapley Philippines 6.4 2.23
11 Yul Kwon Cook Islands 6.21 2.55 Yul and Parvati
12 Parvati Shallow Micronesia 5.85 2.81
13 Brian Heidik Thailand 5.82 2.78 Briand and Sandra
14 Sandra Diaz-Twine Heroes vs. Villains 5.79 2.82
15 Tina Wesson Australia 5.54 2.28 Tina and Chris
16 Chris Daugherty Vanuatu 5.48 2.32
17 Tyson Apostol Blood vs. Water 4.91 2.36 Tyson and Rob
18 Rob Mariano Redemption Island 4.87 3.52
19 Sandra Diaz-Twine Pearl Islands 4.79 2.59 Sandra and Danni
20 Danni Boatwright Guatemala 4.75 2.43
21 Ethan Zohn Africa 3.81 1.90 Ethan and Sophie
22 Sophie Clarke South Pacific 3.72 2.06
23 John Cochran Caramoan 3.30 2.41 Cochran and Aras
24 Aras Baskauskas Panama 3.26 1.59
25 Mike Holloway Worlds Apart 2.81 2.18 Mike and Vecepia
26 Vecepia Towery Marquesas 2.57 2.02
27 Jenna Morasca Amazon 2.33 1.92 Jenna
28 Natalie White Samoa 2.32 1.93 Natalie and Fabio
29 Jud "Fabio" Birza Nicaragua 2.29 2.04
30 Amber Bkrich All-Stars 1.76 1.77 Amber and Bob
31 Bob Crowley Gabon 1.04 1.63
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Ethan Zohn was crowned the winner defeating Kim Johnson by a vote of 5-2. Production The season was filmed in Kenya, where the contestants had to put up with extreme heat conditions and dangerous ... This is the first time that Rob Mariano and Ethan Zohn, as well as many second-time players, have served on the jury. Rob was voted out pre-jury in Marquesas and Heroes vs. Villains, while Ethan ... 1. Borneo - Richard Hatch 2. The Australian Outback - Tina Wesson 3. Africa - Ethan Zohn 4. Marquesas - Vecepia Towery 5. Thailand - Brian Heidik 6. The Amazon - Jenna Morasca 7. Pearl Islands ... Ethan Zohn talks about healthcare and how his insurance is factoring into his chemotherapy sessions. ... Keep up with the Kardashians - get the latest on Kim & Kanye, and the rest of the hottest ... “Survivor: Africa” winner Ethan Zohn tells Sangita Patel that he was a “little bit intimidated” when he got the call to play on “Survivor: Winners at War” having had no experience with ... Don't miss an all new 'Survivor 40: Edge of Extinction' tomorrow night on CBS. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News, Tuesday, March 3, 2020. All winners in order Richard Hatch (Borneo) Tina Wesson (Australia) Ethan Zohn (Africa) Vecepia Towery (Marquesas) Brian Heidik (Thailand) Jenna Morasca (Amazon) Sandra Diaz-Twine (Pearl Islands ... Music by Adam B and Bob with 2 Bs @adamforCoheed @bobmihocik Edited by @JasonCurtisR Photos and videos by CBS and SES Credit to Rob Cesternino @robcesternino and Josh Wigler @roundhoward Vote at ... 'Survivor: Winners At War' juror Ethan Zohn and 'Rob Has A Podcast' host Rob Cesternino break down the epic conclusion of the reality TV juggernaut's biggest season ever. #EthanZohn #Survivor # ... Ethan Zohn Says Being On Season 40 Of ‘Survivor’ ‘Is An Absolute Miracle’ ... Survivor: Winners at War cast spotlight: Kim Spradlin! (season 40) - Duration: 13:54.