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27th Nov '16 11:38:02 AM TheGingerArtist
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** The Dara Women alliance from ''Kaoh Rong''.
17th Nov '16 7:49:02 AM Ladykathleen
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->'''33: ''Millennials vs Gen X''''' -- Mamanuca Islands, Fiji (Fall 2016). Featuring two tribes of ten divided by age. While ''Fiji'' and ''Nicaragua'' also had age-based tribes, this is the first time that TheGenerationGap became the theme of the season. This is the first season where production, including both tribes, were forced to evacuate for a night due to a cyclone/hurricane, which could of killed someone.

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->'''33: ''Millennials vs Gen X''''' -- Mamanuca Islands, Fiji (Fall 2016). Featuring two tribes of ten divided by age. While ''Fiji'' and ''Nicaragua'' also had age-based tribes, this is the first time that TheGenerationGap became the theme of the season. This is the first season where production, including both tribes, were forced to evacuate for a night due to a cyclone/hurricane, which could of have killed someone.
13th Nov '16 8:40:18 PM 8088ben
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-->''[[Elimination Catchphrase The tribe has spoken.]] [[GameOver It's time for you to go.]]''

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-->''[[Elimination Catchphrase -->''[[EliminationCatchphrase The tribe has spoken.]] [[GameOver It's time for you to go.]]''
13th Nov '16 8:38:55 PM 8088ben
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-->''"The tribe has spoken. It's time for you to go."''

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-->''"The -->''[[Elimination Catchphrase The tribe has spoken. spoken.]] [[GameOver It's time for you to go."''
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28th Oct '16 11:53:06 AM MummyGaGa
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* CaptainObviousReveal: An InUniverse example: In ''Millenials vs. Gen X'', Figgy attempted to tell Ken and Jessica about her showmance with Taylor in which she has been trying to hide from them. However, neither of them were actually surprised over that.

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* CaptainObviousReveal: An InUniverse example: In ''Millenials ''Millennials vs. Gen X'', Figgy attempted to tell Ken and Jessica about her showmance with Taylor in which she has been trying to hide from them. However, neither of them were actually surprised over that.
28th Oct '16 11:52:18 AM MummyGaGa
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* CaptainObviousReveal: An InUniverse example: Figgy attempted to tell Ken and Jessica about her showmance with Taylor in which she has been trying to hide from them. However, neither of them were actually surprised over that.

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* CaptainObviousReveal: An InUniverse example: In ''Millenials vs. Gen X'', Figgy attempted to tell Ken and Jessica about her showmance with Taylor in which she has been trying to hide from them. However, neither of them were actually surprised over that.
28th Oct '16 11:50:46 AM MummyGaGa
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* CaptainObviousReveal: An InUniverse example: Figgy attempted to tell Ken and Jessica about her showmance with Taylor in which she has been trying to hide from them. However, neither of them were actually surprised over that.
26th Oct '16 5:26:21 PM ClockStopping
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** Little awkward, overly emotional, flip-flopping Kristy, who had snuck into the final 5 by being so obviously a goat, and had seemingly only managed a place in the top 2 by sheer force of luck after some of the most gob-smackingly bad tribal council decisions in Survivor history, sits down at final tribal council and laughs: "You guys thought I was ''crazy!''"
25th Oct '16 7:07:33 PM ClockStopping
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** Became a big issue with Lee in Australian Survivor 2016. He stated many times that his reason for joining the game was to prove to his young sons that the game could be played honestly and morally - which to him meant honouring party loyalty and refusing sneak attacks or backstabs. However, as the game went on, this became progressively harder, culminating during the endgame, where he was left with a very difficult choice. He and Ell had been very close for quite a while (many jury and audience members suspected a romance), and had all but explicitly stated they would take one another to the final two. According to his stated principles of loyalty, he should have stuck to that. However, when it came down to the final five, the other three members - Flick, Matt, and Kristy - all formed an alliance to vote them off. Rather than stick to his word, he starting talking to Kristy, and talked ''hard'', telling her that he had never said that he would definitely take Ell to the final 2, that the others were trying to manipulate her by saying that, and that they were untrustworthy where he was not. He even tried to defend her, telling Matt that he was sick of people pulling her left and right when he tried to speak to her. [[spoiler:In the final immunity challenge, Kristy seriously pressed him on this, telling him she believed him because he reminded her of her dad, and that if he let go she would take him to the final two, giving him a chance to prove his words to her at the expense of his alliance with Ell. He slipped, but it's not clear whether it was deliberate or not.]] It's not clear how much of what he said was truthful and how much was a last-minute ditch to defend himself, but [[spoiler:in the final tribal council, he admitted that he'd been wrong: he hadn't found a way to play the game with honour, the way he understood it. He also admitted, when Jenna Louise pressed him, that he'd been too judgmental when he'd implicitly called other players selfish for playing to win this game for the money, because he didn't know why they were going after the money - they might've had good reasons.]]
25th Oct '16 6:45:29 PM ClockStopping
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** Matt in Australian Survivor 2016 somehow ended up on ''both'' sides of this. When the last two tribes were finally merged, he fancied himself as being totally in the inner circle of the biggest alliance at the time, standing as an equal with Brooke and Flick, even though it was clear to most of the rest of the cast that he very much wasn't. The night she was voted out, Jenna Louise even dispensed subtlety and told him outright that he was not in the inner circle and would not make it to the final 2 with them; he challenged her passionately, defending his position, while she shook her head in disbelief. Though the other alliance members didn't defend themselves this way, they all also should have known the score, but made little or no attempt to build their own alliances. However, by the time they reached the final 7, he was the only one outside Lee and Ell who seemed to be consistently thinking through his strategy. When Brooke was suddenly voted off, he was shocked - because he hadn't been told, yeah, but also because it was so pointless. From that point on he realised that he, Flick, and Kristy would have no choice by to vote together to vote off Lee and Ell if they wanted a chance. For each upcoming tribal council, he genuinely believed in Flick and Kristy's ability to vote reasonably with him - and was left shocked every single time. By the time it was left to the final four, he steepled his hands to ''plead'' with Kristy from the Jury to vote off Ell and give herself and Flick a chance. [[spoiler:Though the only truly bad move was Flick voting off Brooke and then Sam; Kristy simply had her own game plan, which totally paid off. It sure didn't seem like it at the time, though.]]
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