History Trivia / Survivor

23rd Mar '17 5:11:49 AM my170
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** "Idoled" is when a contestant is eliminated only because another player who has the same or higher total of votes against them uses the Hidden Immunity Idol to save themselves from elimination. So far, this has happened in ''Fiji, Micronesia, Samoa'', ''Heroes vs. Villains'', ''Philippines''. ''Worlds Apart'', and ''Cambodia''.

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** "Idoled" is when a contestant is eliminated only because another player who has the same or higher total of votes against them uses the Hidden Immunity Idol to save themselves from elimination. So far, this has happened in ''Fiji, Micronesia, Samoa'', ''Heroes vs. Villains'', ''Philippines''. ''Worlds Apart'', ''Cambodia'', ''Millennials vs Gen X'', and ''Cambodia''.''Game Changers''.
11th Feb '17 2:15:51 PM my170
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* [[AuthorExistenceFailure Player Existence Failure]]: Jennifer (Palau) and Caleb (Blood vs. Water) died of cancer and a rail accident respectively. Jennifer Lyon was given an "Inmemoriam-" dedication after Heroes vs. Villains. BB Andersen (Borneo) also died of a brain tumor.

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* [[AuthorExistenceFailure Player Existence Failure]]: Jennifer (Palau) and Caleb (Blood vs. Water) died of cancer and a rail accident respectively. Jennifer Lyon was given an "Inmemoriam-" dedication after Heroes vs. Villains. BB Andersen (Borneo) also died of a brain tumor. Dan Kay passed away for unknown reasons.
19th Dec '16 9:47:14 AM MummyGaGa
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** The eleven people who were not voted to play on ''Cambodia'' is often referred by fans as the Bitter Eleven.
** "Casuals" and "Superfans" are often referred by the fandom for when the former often takes the show as a hour of television while the latter often dives in the full story and are way more active in the Survivor fandom.
15th Dec '16 3:39:27 PM MummyGaGa
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** [[Characters/SurvivorBloodvsWater Hayden]] [[Characters/BigBrother12 Moss]] was going to be on ''Nicaragua'' but they put Fabio on that season instead and they went on to put Hayden on Series/BigBrother.
** [[Characters/SurvivorPhilippines Abi-Maria]] [[Characters/SurvivorCambodia Gomes]] was originally going to be on ''Tocantins'' but because of production feeling that she had a good layout of the land, they didn't put her on the season.
15th Dec '16 3:32:55 PM MummyGaGa
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** [[Characters/SurvivorPanama Tina Scheer]] was going to be in ''Guatemala'' but her son died through a car accident and [[SurvivorGuatemala Amy O'Hara]] went on to replace her.



** According to Jeff Probst, some players declined to return for ''Second Chances'', including Greg Buis from ''Borneo'', Elisabeth Hasselbeck from ''The Australian Outback'', Ian Rosenberger from ''Palau'', Shambo Waters from ''Samoa'', and Jeff Kent and RC Saint-Amour from ''Phillipines''.

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** According to Jeff Probst, some players declined to return for ''Second Chances'', including Greg Buis from ''Borneo'', Elisabeth Hasselbeck from ''The Australian Outback'', Ian Rosenberger from ''Palau'', Shambo Waters from ''Samoa'', and Jeff Kent and RC Saint-Amour from ''Phillipines''.''Phillipines''.
** [[Characters/SurvivorMillennialsVsGenX Adam Klein]] and his mother applied to be on ''San Juan Del Sur'' but they did not make the final cut.
1st Dec '16 6:01:46 PM MummyGaGa
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** After [[Characters/SurvivorTocantins Stephen]] [[Characters/SurvivorCambodia Fishbash]] incorrectly refer to [[SurvivorSanJuanDelSur Missy]] as Muffin on Podcast/RobHasAPodcast, several fans start calling Missy by Muffin.
30th Nov '16 4:56:03 PM MummyGaGa
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* The term "Big Move-itis" often referred to as when somebody makes a big move just for the sake of making a big move despite it being more or less a bad move to make at that point in the game.

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* ** The term "Big Move-itis" often referred to as when somebody makes a big move just for the sake of making a big move despite it being more or less a bad move to make at that point in the game.
30th Nov '16 4:55:49 PM MummyGaGa
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* The term "Big Move-itis" often referred to as when somebody makes a big move just for the sake of making a big move despite it being more or less a bad move to make at that point in the game.
14th Nov '16 9:29:28 PM TheGingerArtist
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*** "Cool Kids 2.0" (Taylor, Jay, Michelle, Will, Figgy, later joined by Michaela and Hannah (who defected)) and "Nerd Voting Bloc" (Adam, Zeke and Hannah) on the Millennials side of ''Millennials Vs. Gen-X''.
*** On Gen-X, there was "Paul's Posse" (Paul, Chris, Bret, Sunday, Jessica and Lucy) but after a swap, losing its members, and making the merge with the outcasts, they formed together and became "The Gen-X Alliance" (Chris, Bret, Sunday, David, Jessica and Ken).
18th Oct '16 11:55:14 PM FordPrefect
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* OutOfOrder: The 32nd season of Survivor was apparently filmed ''before'' Season 31.



** According to Jeff Probst, some players declined to return for ''Second Chances'', including Greg Buis from ''Borneo'', Elisabeth Hasselbeck from ''The Australian Outback'', Ian Rosenberger from ''Palau'', Shambo Waters from ''Samoa'', and Jeff Kent and RC Saint-Amour from ''Phillipines''.
* The 32nd season of Survivor was apparently filmed ''before'' Season 31.

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** According to Jeff Probst, some players declined to return for ''Second Chances'', including Greg Buis from ''Borneo'', Elisabeth Hasselbeck from ''The Australian Outback'', Ian Rosenberger from ''Palau'', Shambo Waters from ''Samoa'', and Jeff Kent and RC Saint-Amour from ''Phillipines''. \n* The 32nd season of Survivor was apparently filmed ''before'' Season 31.
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