History YMMV / Survivor

12th Jun '16 11:58:40 AM TheGingerArtist
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** Sandra Diaz-Twine gets this too, being the only two-time winner in the history of Survivor.
10th Jun '16 2:51:38 AM almightyblue
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** During Jason's ponderosa video, Scot cannot be found anywhere at first. Then, as Jason tries to find some breakfast food for dinner (brinner!), Scot jumps out of nowhere wearing nothing but a speedo and a professional wrestler's mask. He goes by the alias of "blue label".

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** During Jason's ponderosa video, Scot cannot be found anywhere at first. Then, as Jason tries to find some breakfast food for dinner (brinner!), Scot jumps out of nowhere wearing nothing but a speedo and a professional wrestler's mask. He goes by the alias of "blue label".
10th Jun '16 2:49:06 AM almightyblue
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** ''San Juan Del Sur'', during its original airing, was not well received, with even Jeff trying to assuage the fans by promising that ''World's Apart'' would be better. However, thanks to a combination of a popular winner, and three of its alumni having impressive showings in their second stint in ''Cambodia'', caused fans to take another look at the season, to find that it comes across much better in retrospect.

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** ''San Juan Del Sur'', during its original airing, was not well received, with even Jeff trying to assuage the fans by promising that ''World's ''Worlds Apart'' would be better. However, thanks to a combination of a popular winner, and three of its alumni having impressive showings in their second stint in ''Cambodia'', caused fans to take another look at the season, to find that it comes across much better in retrospect.
10th Jun '16 2:48:06 AM almightyblue
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** Fans view ''San Juan Del Sur'' in a much kinder way after three of its alumni's impressive showing in their second stint in ''Cambodia''.

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** Fans view ''San Juan Del Sur'' in Sur'', during its original airing, was not well received, with even Jeff trying to assuage the fans by promising that ''World's Apart'' would be better. However, thanks to a much kinder way after combination of a popular winner, and three of its alumni's alumni having impressive showing showings in their second stint in ''Cambodia''.''Cambodia'', caused fans to take another look at the season, to find that it comes across much better in retrospect.
9th Jun '16 10:42:08 AM my170
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* John Cochran from ''South Pacific'' and ''Caramoan'' has a considerable hatedom on several Survivor boards, due to his insufferable personality and sexism, as well as flipping on his tribe, leading to a very predictable post merge in South Pacific. He also admitted to playing up the "bullying" storyline to the cameras so he would get more screentime and to be edited as an underdog. Despite this, he was brought back for ''Caramoan'' as a "Favorite", and had several things go his way: his tribe consisted of his friends, he got several advantages, and he rode to the end for an easy win.

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* ** John Cochran from ''South Pacific'' and ''Caramoan'' has a considerable hatedom on several Survivor boards, due to his insufferable personality and sexism, as well as flipping on his tribe, leading to a very predictable post merge in South Pacific. He also admitted to playing up the "bullying" storyline to the cameras so he would get more screentime and to be edited as an underdog. Despite this, he was brought back for ''Caramoan'' as a "Favorite", and had several things go his way: his tribe consisted of his friends, he got several advantages, and he rode to the end for an easy win.
9th Jun '16 10:39:30 AM my170
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* John Cochran from ''South Pacific'' and ''Caramoan'' has a considerable hatedom on several Survivor boards, due to his insufferable personality and sexism, as well as flipping on his tribe, leading to a very predictable post merge in South Pacific. He also admitted to playing up the "bullying" storyline to the cameras so he would get more screentime and to be edited as an underdog. Despite this, he was brought back for ''Caramoan'' as a "Favorite", and had several things go his way: his tribe consisted of his friends, he got several advantages, and he rode to the end for an easy win.
5th Jun '16 8:30:49 PM Klavice
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** Richard Hatch. The guys been bullied all his life for being gay, which at first he acted straight so nobody would notice and had a son. He got a lot of hate for coming out of the closet and what's more, the tax snafu involving his million cheque has tarnished his image forever. You can't help but feel bad for the guy even if he was arguably a "villain".
5th Jun '16 6:45:41 AM my170
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** J.T. Thomas in ''Tocantins'' was known for playing the first "perfect game", not getting a single vote against him and sweeping the jury vote. In ''Heroes vs. Villains'', he became known giving the hidden immunity idol to Russell, which is considered to be one of the dumbest moves ever made in the history of the show.
3rd Jun '16 2:29:28 PM TheGingerArtist
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* RonTheDeathEater: As with DracoInLeatherPants, this can happen to contestants, whether by the show's editing or fans opinions. You could even say ''Heroes Vs. Villains'' is based somewhat around this premise, with them casting some of the more aggressive and ruthless players as evil Villains despite some being DesignatedVillains, or even outright NotSoDifferent from the Heroes.

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* RonTheDeathEater: As with DracoInLeatherPants, this can happen to contestants, whether by the show's editing or fans opinions. You could even say ''Heroes Vs. Villains'' is based somewhat around this premise, with them casting some of the more aggressive and ruthless players as evil Villains despite some being DesignatedVillains, DesignatedVillain, or even outright NotSoDifferent from the Heroes.
3rd Jun '16 2:28:36 PM TheGingerArtist
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* RonTheDeathEater: As with DracoInLeatherPants, this can happen to contestants, whether by the show's editing or fans opinions. You could even say ''Heroes Vs. Villains'' is based somewhat around this premise, with them casting some of the more aggressive and ruthless players as evil Villains despite some being DesignatedVillains, or even outright NotSoDifferent from the Heroes.
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