History Main / NonGameplayElimination

30th Nov '16 9:02:51 AM res20stupid
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** Brooks Way were one of the three groups to make it to 2016's live shows but made a No Show during the first Saturday show. It had come out just beforehand that one of the two members had allegedly engaged in [[DomesticAbuser domestic violence]] against his ex-girlfriend as well as his brother/band-mate. At ITV's suggestion the band withdrew from the competition which was announced the day after that week's elimination.
26th Nov '16 9:18:56 AM virgofall
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* On ''Series/LastComicStanding'', Gabriel Iglesias was ejected for using his cellphone.

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* On ''Series/LastComicStanding'', Gabriel Iglesias Creator/GabrielIglesias was ejected for using his cellphone.
18th Nov '16 5:12:18 PM BKelly95
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* ''Bullrun''
** One team (Jesus Reyes and Chuck Aguilar) forfeited the race in season one after one of their relatives died. The other chose to leave with him.


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* ''Cannonball Run 2001''
** Team Forbidden Fruit was disqualified for a rule violation. One of the rules was that teams weren't allowed to touch other teams' cars. At the start of episode two, the teams were held up by a locked gate. Forbidden Fruit used the confusion caused to play a joke on another team by stealing the keys from their ignition and running with them. Despite their argument that "a key is not a car", it was determined they had violated the rule and sent packing.


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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** Duffman injures himself in one episode and the Duff brewery sponsors a reality show to find a replacement. The eventual winner is someone we'd never seen before (or since) and asked to change into his Duffman costume. While he's doing this, one of the judges spots a tattoo on his back of a rival brewery's logo. He's disqualified and Homer is named the winner. (This is possibly the latest this trope can possibly occur.)
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14th Sep '16 10:17:38 PM Kalle
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* ''Series/RuPaulsDragRace'': Season 4's Willam was disqualified in episode 8. The reason for the elimination was not revealed until the reunion show: Willam had been having unauthorized contact with the outside world, specifically, conjugal visits with his husband.

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* ''Series/RuPaulsDragRace'': ''Series/RuPaulsDragRace''
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Season 4's 4: Willam was disqualified in episode 8. The reason for the elimination was not revealed until the reunion show: Willam had been having unauthorized contact with the outside world, specifically, conjugal visits with his husband.husband.
** All-Stars 2: Adore Delano quits in episode 2 after a HeroicBSOD from the unusually harsh critiques she received.
22nd May '16 2:17:24 PM FordPrefect
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*** It seems that, unless they're in risk of dying, like when Bopper was disqualified at the beginning of Season 24, the Race's policy is to let team decide whether or not to keep going. In Season 22, Dave tore his Achilles tendon, and desperately needed surgery to even walk, yet was allowed to keep running the Race until they finally dropped out at the beginning of the fifth leg.

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*** It seems that, unless they're in risk of dying, like when Bopper was disqualified at the beginning of Season 24, the Race's policy is to let the team decide whether or not to keep going. In Season 22, Dave tore his Achilles tendon, and desperately needed surgery to even walk, yet was allowed to keep running the Race until they finally dropped out at the beginning of the fifth leg.
22nd May '16 2:16:27 PM FordPrefect
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* In ''Cagayan'', Lindsey quit after arguing with Trish due the latter helping Blindside Cliff and didn't want to assault Trish.

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* In ''Cagayan'', Lindsey quit after arguing with Trish due to the latter helping Blindside Cliff and didn't want not wanting to assault Trish.
22nd May '16 2:14:05 PM FordPrefect
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!!!U.S. Withdrawls
* The most famous was Osten in ''Pearl Islands''. He claimed that his body was shutting down, but nobody believed him and said that it was because he just couldn't take it anymore. (Well, he ''did'' barter away all his clothing except for his boxers...) lt was somewhat clear Osten wasn't fitting in on the show -- in a past episode, while his fellow tribe members had fun with a nearby pelican, his reaction was to ''glare at it'' and ''sharpen his machete''.

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!!!U.S. Withdrawls
Withdrawals
* The most famous was Osten in ''Pearl Islands''. He claimed that his body was shutting down, but nobody believed him and said that it was because he just couldn't take it anymore. (Well, he ''did'' barter away all his clothing except for his boxers...) lt It was somewhat clear Osten wasn't fitting in on the show -- in a past episode, while his fellow tribe members had fun with a nearby pelican, his reaction was to ''glare at it'' and ''sharpen his machete''.
22nd May '16 2:10:55 PM FordPrefect
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** In Season 11, Chima was expelled about half-way through the game. Since Week 1 she had ''knowingly'' broken rules such as refusing to come to the diary room when called, not wearing a microphone, and covering cameras with blankets, but during Week 6 she just broke down due to Jeff using the cuop-de'tat when she's [=HOH=]. Chima walked out to practice for the upcoming Veto competition and didn't take her microphone with her. Natalie and Kevin then went to get her microphone for her so she wouldn't get penalized, but instead of accepting it she ''threw it in the hot tub'', then refused to pay for it. The following night, she was removed from the house for knowingly breaking rules and refusing to pay for the microphone she destroyed. And this, children, is why her nickname after that was Hirochima -- pronounced the same way.

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** In Season 11, Chima was expelled about half-way through the game. Since Week 1 she had ''knowingly'' broken rules such as refusing to come to the diary room when called, not wearing a microphone, and covering cameras with blankets, but during Week 6 she just broke down due to Jeff using the cuop-de'tat coup-de'tat when she's she was [=HOH=]. Chima walked out to practice for the upcoming Veto competition and didn't take her microphone with her. Natalie and Kevin then went to get her microphone for her so she wouldn't get penalized, but instead of accepting it she ''threw it in the hot tub'', then refused to pay for it. The following night, she was removed from the house for knowingly breaking rules and refusing to pay for the microphone she destroyed. And this, children, is why her nickname after that was Hirochima -- pronounced the same way.
11th May '16 6:09:17 PM my170
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* Caleb Reynolds was evacuated in episode 4 due to dehydration. Shame, since he [[TookALevelInKindness Took A Level In Kindness]] since his stint on [[Series/BigBrother Big Brother]]. Neal was also evacuated shortly after the merge due to an infection in his leg, similar to Jonathan Penner and Joe Dowdle.

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* ''Kaoh Rong'' currently holds the record for most evacuations, at 3.
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Caleb Reynolds was evacuated in episode 4 of ''Kaoh Rong'' due to dehydration. Shame, since he [[TookALevelInKindness Took A Level In Kindness]] since his stint on [[Series/BigBrother Big Brother]].
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Neal was also evacuated shortly after the merge due to an infection in his leg, similar to Jonathan Penner and Joe Dowdle.
** At the Final 5, Joseph was pulled due to constipation and bladder problems after winning a reward challenge.
16th Apr '16 8:56:07 PM DonaldthePotholer
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** In the third season, Jake was railing against everyone involved since the first time he was sent to an Elimination Challenge. The ''second'' time he was sent to it, [[RageQuit he stormed out of the game]]. Mike, who had gotten eliminated just before, took his place in the Elimination Challenge and won his way back into the game. He had previously attempted to invoke this by [[IShallTauntYou trying to provoke Mike into hitting him]]. It didn't work.

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** In the third season, Jake was railing against everyone involved since the first time he was sent to an Elimination Challenge. The ''second'' time he was sent to it, [[RageQuit he stormed out of the game]]. Mike, who had gotten eliminated just before, took his place in the Elimination Challenge and won his way back into the game. He Jake had previously attempted to invoke this by [[IShallTauntYou trying to provoke Mike into hitting him]]. It didn't work.
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