History YMMV / Survivor

10th Nov '17 1:14:43 PM miraculous
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* TheScrappy
** Anyone who quits without a good reason. Players like Jenna Morasca, who left ''All-Stars'' to be with her dying mother, Kathy Sleckman, or Dana, who was medically evacuated from the game in intolerable pain, may get a pass.
*** Of the quitters, Colton Crumbie gets the most hate for being [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain racist and elitist]] especially towards Bill and Christina. No one felt sorry for him when he was evacuated. The announcement of his return annoyed everyone and he quit after a week in the game because no one wanted to play the game his way. The minute he quit, [[TakeThatScrappy Jeff Probst ripped him]] [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech a new one]]
*** [=NaOnka=] because of her being an {{Jerkass}},most notably to the handicapped Kelly B. Not to mention announcing to quit but not sacrificing the reward her team had won in the challenge that episode.
** Also from ''One World'' is Alicia Rosa. While not as infamous as Colton, she was known for bullying her fellow contestants, including comparing Christina to her students. She is a '''special education''' teacher by the way.
** Denise Martin from ''China'' has gotten a fair share of haters after she didn't take PG on any reward challenges despite PG taking her on a reward challenge of a place Denise wanted to go to as well as being in the center of controversy by having Mark Burnett give her 50,000 dollars after lying about her being fired from her job.
** An odd example would be be The Fang Alliance (Sugar, Crystal, Susie, Matty, GC, Kenny, and Kelly) from Gabon. The people in the alliance were rather well liked on their own, but as a group, they were incredibly cocky and terrible, and are possibly one of the most unpopular alliances ever. Made even more glaring by the fact that the opposing alliance was made up of archetypes the fans usually don't like (AlphaBitch, ManipulativeBastard, GrumpyOldMan, etc) and they STILL managed to be more hated.
** As for an actual contestant from ''Gabon'', Corrine ended up gaining some haters for her being a {{Jerkass}} and giving one of a very brutal TheReasonYouSuckSpeech by telling that Sugar's father deserved to die. Her appearances in Podcast/RobHasAPodcast and her return in ''Caramoan'' largely [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap rescue her from the scrappy heap]] by showing more personality along in those appearances.
** Russell Hantz started as one to just the older fans because being a CreatorsPet who steals time from the other castaways, doesn't realize that its a social game and was slow to understood why he lost. He became one to everyone in ''Heroes vs Villains'' due to becoming [[TookALevelInDumbass dumber]] and more being [[TookALevelInJerkass more horrid to his castaways]] than in ''Samoa''.
*** His nephew Brandon Hantz counts as a {{Scrappy}} as well especially after his meltdown in ''Caramoan'' that caused everybody to be believed that he is the most [[WTHCastingAgency questionable casting choice]] out of all of the seasons.
** Also from ''Samoa'', Ben Browning was very much hated by fans due to him being a PoliticallyIncorrectVillain who is racist against Yasmin and Jaison.
** Pretty much a majority of the Ometepe Six for being TooDumbToLive and granting Boston Rob a very easy win causing many people to believe that Redemption Island was the worst season ever. Phillip deserves special mention here for being a {{Jerkass}} CreatorsPet who [[SpotlightStealingSquad stole the spotlight]].
** To a lot of superfans, Ozzy became one after ''South Pacific'' by him becoming a CreatorsPet as well as him [[TookALevelInJerkass taking a level in jerkass]]. It should be noted after he announced to be on ''Game Changers'', many people went on to [[WTHCastingAgency dislike that casting choice]]. And yet he proved the haters wrong and ended up being far [[TookALevelInKindness more likeable]] than he was since Cook Islands.
** Shamar because of being a annoying Jerkass and LazyBum who absorbed screentime from the rest of his tribemates (some of whom was fans and applied).
** After ''Caramoan'', Dawn became this for her emotional instability and betrayal of Brenda. The fan backlash at the time was so bad Dawn had to shut down her Twitter account.
** Missy and Baylor. Both who occupied their screentime with Baylor being a princess, while Missy playing MamaBear when any contestant called Baylor out on her bratty behavior, etc. Missy made it into the final three despite a hurting ankle, which viewers think it's unfair.
** Will, Dan and Rodney from ''Worlds Apart'' are loathed by fans. Rodney and Dan are both disrespectful, misogynist jerks with no redeeming qualities, Dan becoming even more hated when making light of Shirin's history of domestic abuse and trying to compare it to him being adopted, which had Jeff Probst call him out on being entirely different things. Will was not one, but firmly planted himself as one of the most hated contestants of all time due to his morbid, horrible attack towards Shirin, a victim of domestic abuse (which he knew about), telling her things like nobody loves her, nobody wants to see her, and his most commonly used, that she has no soul. He continues to insist that he is right about her, that he has nothing to apologize for, and that he's a good Christian man who just calls things as he sees them. To say people, especially Christian people, find Will to be lower than scum is an understatement. However, Rodney is not as hated as Dan and Will are, as some people find him more funny than annoying.
** After ''Cambodia'', Tasha has become this due to her condescending and arrogant attitude near the end of the game (calling fan favorites Keith, Kelley, Abi, and Kimmi goats undeserving of making it to the end despite the fact they had been voted on by their fans just like everyone else). Which made it all the more [[HilariousInHindsight hilarious]] and [[DramaticIrony ironic]] when she received ''no votes'' at the end and the jury called her nothing more than a pawn in Jeremy's alliance.
** Also from Cambodia, Spencer could be this too. He's a Creator's Pet, given a disproportional amount of screentime even more than the winners, he's taken a level in jerkass being abrasive to his other tribe mates, bullied Abi-Marie with Shirin, and blackmailing Jeremy with planning to steer the votes away from him if he is not taken to the final four over Kelley. Like Tasha, karma hit him when he got no votes in the end and Jeremy got every single vote, and was called a bully by Kimmi and Kelly Wigglesworth.
** Savage received some haters from Cambodia as well for his HolierThanThou attitude, his IrrationalHatred towards fan favorite Stephen, becoming a SoreLoser, and [[TookALevelInJerkass taking a level in jerkass]].
** The pair of Jason and Scot from ''Kaoh Rong'' due to their bullying towards Alecia early on and their actions in Episode 9 sabotaging the tribe and dumping water on the fire, as well as being a bad influence on [[NiceGuy Tai]]. Their hatedom has only increased after voting for Michele to win, over fan favorite Aubry.
** Michele is well on her way to becoming this, as the internet exploded mere hours after her win, claiming that she won only because of a bitter jury and robbed Aubry of a deserved win.
*** Michele is more of a BaseBreakingCharacter than TheScrappy, especially since the fandom has cooled down months after the ''Kaoh Rong'' finale and she does have fans who were pulling for her win. It's basically just a BrokenBase; there are some who believe she won fair and square with her social game, and then there are some who are still outraged Aubry lost.
** 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.
** From ''Millennials vs. Gen X'', both Figgy and Taylor received some flak for getting into a showmance that everybody ended up knowing about in which is usually frowned upon on Survivor since having everybody know about you are in a power couple together puts a target on you and people quickly got tired of their showmance. It doesn't help much that [[EnsembleDarkhorse Mari]] got voted out instead of Figgy during the first tribal council for the millennials along their showmance seemingly being rushed as they got together five days in the game and they even told Jeff they wanted to get married on Day 18 which makes it very ironic that they broke-up after the show. Even more so after Figgy got eliminated when it was revealed Taylor has a pregnant girlfriend outside the show and Figgy was only using Taylor and never loved him. Taylor is receiving even more hate for being a Jerkass and his immature behavior, most notably stealing food from the merge feast with the excuse that he was hungry, when '''TWELVE''' other people were hungry. It doesn't help much that Taylor managed to be [[WhatAnIdiot a total idiot]] in the game.
** Also from ''Millennials vs. Gen X'', both Zeke and Brett ended up gaining some haters for going after David with his anxiety issues along with Brett stating that he does not want to go with rocks and only David wanted to go with rocks despite it being a group decision to go with rocks. In addition, Zeke failed to live up some hype Jeff Probst stated about him stating that he was the main reason the main reason to watch this season and was overshadowed by players such as David, Adam, Michaela, and Jay. It only got worst he was cast for Survivor: Game Changers instead of some of the more popular male castaways of his first season. Out of the two of them, only Zeke got pulled out from the scrappy heap in Game Changers... for a bit as he regained his status as a {{Scrappy}} character due to his idiotic betrayal of Andrea and Cirie,.
** Mike Skupin from ''Australia'' has recently become this for his actions off of the show. He was charged with child pornography and running a ponzi scheme, which has caused many people to hate him.
** Jeff Varner gained a considerable amount of hate after Episode 7 of ''Game Changers'' for outing Zeke as transgender as a game move, which was seen as a personal attack on him.
** J.T. Thomas has gotten this status due to his participation in Malcolm's very controversial exit from ''Game Changers'' after making a yet another [[WhatAnIdiot idiotic move]] in the game.
** Sarah Lacina became this in ''Game Changers''. At first it was due to her being one of the more [[WTHCastingAgency obscure choices]] for a season called Game Changers, but then most of the fanbase started to get sick of her due to how bland and monotone she was, and the [[CharacterShilling overly]] [[CreatorsPet positive]] [[SpotlightStealingSquad editing]] she's receiving --- especially since it took screen time away from the remaining fan favorites. Many people are hoping she won't win, fearing she's getting an obvious winner's edit. [[CaptainObviousReveal They were right]].
** Ryan from ''Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers'' has earned a lot of haters for completely botching his relationship with Ali by not telling her that he wants to vote for Roarke. Not to mention him being a strategic mastermind like the editors wanted him to be is pretty much an InformedAttribute due to the Ali incident, not understanding that he betrayed Ali, proceeding to argue with Ali instead of pacifying her and letting her vent, and even considering keeping Ali around even though she will most likely want to vote him out once they merged.

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* TheScrappy
** Anyone who quits without a good reason. Players like Jenna Morasca, who left ''All-Stars'' to be with her dying mother, Kathy Sleckman, or Dana, who was medically evacuated from the game in intolerable pain, may get a pass.
*** Of the quitters, Colton Crumbie gets the most hate for being [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain racist and elitist]] especially towards Bill and Christina. No one felt sorry for him when he was evacuated. The announcement of his return annoyed everyone and he quit after a week in the game because no one wanted to play the game his way. The minute he quit, [[TakeThatScrappy Jeff Probst ripped him]] [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech a new one]]
*** [=NaOnka=] because of her being an {{Jerkass}},most notably to the handicapped Kelly B. Not to mention announcing to quit but not sacrificing the reward her team had won in the challenge that episode.
** Also from ''One World'' is Alicia Rosa. While not as infamous as Colton, she was known for bullying her fellow contestants, including comparing Christina to her students. She is a '''special education''' teacher by the way.
** Denise Martin from ''China'' has gotten a fair share of haters after she didn't take PG on any reward challenges despite PG taking her on a reward challenge of a place Denise wanted to go to as well as being in the center of controversy by having Mark Burnett give her 50,000 dollars after lying about her being fired from her job.
** An odd example would be be The Fang Alliance (Sugar, Crystal, Susie, Matty, GC, Kenny, and Kelly) from Gabon. The people in the alliance were rather well liked on their own, but as a group, they were incredibly cocky and terrible, and are possibly one of the most unpopular alliances ever. Made even more glaring by the fact that the opposing alliance was made up of archetypes the fans usually don't like (AlphaBitch, ManipulativeBastard, GrumpyOldMan, etc) and they STILL managed to be more hated.
** As for an actual contestant from ''Gabon'', Corrine ended up gaining some haters for her being a {{Jerkass}} and giving one of a very brutal TheReasonYouSuckSpeech by telling that Sugar's father deserved to die. Her appearances in Podcast/RobHasAPodcast and her return in ''Caramoan'' largely [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap rescue her from the scrappy heap]] by showing more personality along in those appearances.
** Russell Hantz started as one to just the older fans because being a CreatorsPet who steals time from the other castaways, doesn't realize that its a social game and was slow to understood why he lost. He became one to everyone in ''Heroes vs Villains'' due to becoming [[TookALevelInDumbass dumber]] and more being [[TookALevelInJerkass more horrid to his castaways]] than in ''Samoa''.
*** His nephew Brandon Hantz counts as a {{Scrappy}} as well especially after his meltdown in ''Caramoan'' that caused everybody to be believed that he is the most [[WTHCastingAgency questionable casting choice]] out of all of the seasons.
** Also from ''Samoa'', Ben Browning was very much hated by fans due to him being a PoliticallyIncorrectVillain who is racist against Yasmin and Jaison.
** Pretty much a majority of the Ometepe Six for being TooDumbToLive and granting Boston Rob a very easy win causing many people to believe that Redemption Island was the worst season ever. Phillip deserves special mention here for being a {{Jerkass}} CreatorsPet who [[SpotlightStealingSquad stole the spotlight]].
** To a lot of superfans, Ozzy became one after ''South Pacific'' by him becoming a CreatorsPet as well as him [[TookALevelInJerkass taking a level in jerkass]]. It should be noted after he announced to be on ''Game Changers'', many people went on to [[WTHCastingAgency dislike that casting choice]]. And yet he proved the haters wrong and ended up being far [[TookALevelInKindness more likeable]] than he was since Cook Islands.
** Shamar because of being a annoying Jerkass and LazyBum who absorbed screentime from the rest of his tribemates (some of whom was fans and applied).
** After ''Caramoan'', Dawn became this for her emotional instability and betrayal of Brenda. The fan backlash at the time was so bad Dawn had to shut down her Twitter account.
** Missy and Baylor. Both who occupied their screentime with Baylor being a princess, while Missy playing MamaBear when any contestant called Baylor out on her bratty behavior, etc. Missy made it into the final three despite a hurting ankle, which viewers think it's unfair.
** Will, Dan and Rodney from ''Worlds Apart'' are loathed by fans. Rodney and Dan are both disrespectful, misogynist jerks with no redeeming qualities, Dan becoming even more hated when making light of Shirin's history of domestic abuse and trying to compare it to him being adopted, which had Jeff Probst call him out on being entirely different things. Will was not one, but firmly planted himself as one of the most hated contestants of all time due to his morbid, horrible attack towards Shirin, a victim of domestic abuse (which he knew about), telling her things like nobody loves her, nobody wants to see her, and his most commonly used, that she has no soul. He continues to insist that he is right about her, that he has nothing to apologize for, and that he's a good Christian man who just calls things as he sees them. To say people, especially Christian people, find Will to be lower than scum is an understatement. However, Rodney is not as hated as Dan and Will are, as some people find him more funny than annoying.
** After ''Cambodia'', Tasha has become this due to her condescending and arrogant attitude near the end of the game (calling fan favorites Keith, Kelley, Abi, and Kimmi goats undeserving of making it to the end despite the fact they had been voted on by their fans just like everyone else). Which made it all the more [[HilariousInHindsight hilarious]] and [[DramaticIrony ironic]] when she received ''no votes'' at the end and the jury called her nothing more than a pawn in Jeremy's alliance.
** Also from Cambodia, Spencer could be this too. He's a Creator's Pet, given a disproportional amount of screentime even more than the winners, he's taken a level in jerkass being abrasive to his other tribe mates, bullied Abi-Marie with Shirin, and blackmailing Jeremy with planning to steer the votes away from him if he is not taken to the final four over Kelley. Like Tasha, karma hit him when he got no votes in the end and Jeremy got every single vote, and was called a bully by Kimmi and Kelly Wigglesworth.
** Savage received some haters from Cambodia as well for his HolierThanThou attitude, his IrrationalHatred towards fan favorite Stephen, becoming a SoreLoser, and [[TookALevelInJerkass taking a level in jerkass]].
** The pair of Jason and Scot from ''Kaoh Rong'' due to their bullying towards Alecia early on and their actions in Episode 9 sabotaging the tribe and dumping water on the fire, as well as being a bad influence on [[NiceGuy Tai]]. Their hatedom has only increased after voting for Michele to win, over fan favorite Aubry.
** Michele is well on her way to becoming this, as the internet exploded mere hours after her win, claiming that she won only because of a bitter jury and robbed Aubry of a deserved win.
*** Michele is more of a BaseBreakingCharacter than TheScrappy, especially since the fandom has cooled down months after the ''Kaoh Rong'' finale and she does have fans who were pulling for her win. It's basically just a BrokenBase; there are some who believe she won fair and square with her social game, and then there are some who are still outraged Aubry lost.
** 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.
** From ''Millennials vs. Gen X'', both Figgy and Taylor received some flak for getting into a showmance that everybody ended up knowing about in which is usually frowned upon on Survivor since having everybody know about you are in a power couple together puts a target on you and people quickly got tired of their showmance. It doesn't help much that [[EnsembleDarkhorse Mari]] got voted out instead of Figgy during the first tribal council for the millennials along their showmance seemingly being rushed as they got together five days in the game and they even told Jeff they wanted to get married on Day 18 which makes it very ironic that they broke-up after the show. Even more so after Figgy got eliminated when it was revealed Taylor has a pregnant girlfriend outside the show and Figgy was only using Taylor and never loved him. Taylor is receiving even more hate for being a Jerkass and his immature behavior, most notably stealing food from the merge feast with the excuse that he was hungry, when '''TWELVE''' other people were hungry. It doesn't help much that Taylor managed to be [[WhatAnIdiot a total idiot]] in the game.
** Also from ''Millennials vs. Gen X'', both Zeke and Brett ended up gaining some haters for going after David with his anxiety issues along with Brett stating that he does not want to go with rocks and only David wanted to go with rocks despite it being a group decision to go with rocks. In addition, Zeke failed to live up some hype Jeff Probst stated about him stating that he was the main reason the main reason to watch this season and was overshadowed by players such as David, Adam, Michaela, and Jay. It only got worst he was cast for Survivor: Game Changers instead of some of the more popular male castaways of his first season. Out of the two of them, only Zeke got pulled out from the scrappy heap in Game Changers... for a bit as he regained his status as a {{Scrappy}} character due to his idiotic betrayal of Andrea and Cirie,.
** Mike Skupin from ''Australia'' has recently become this for his actions off of the show. He was charged with child pornography and running a ponzi scheme, which has caused many people to hate him.
** Jeff Varner gained a considerable amount of hate after Episode 7 of ''Game Changers'' for outing Zeke as transgender as a game move, which was seen as a personal attack on him.
** J.T. Thomas has gotten this status due to his participation in Malcolm's very controversial exit from ''Game Changers'' after making a yet another [[WhatAnIdiot idiotic move]] in the game.
** Sarah Lacina became this in ''Game Changers''. At first it was due to her being one of the more [[WTHCastingAgency obscure choices]] for a season called Game Changers, but then most of the fanbase started to get sick of her due to how bland and monotone she was, and the [[CharacterShilling overly]] [[CreatorsPet positive]] [[SpotlightStealingSquad editing]] she's receiving --- especially since it took screen time away from the remaining fan favorites. Many people are hoping she won't win, fearing she's getting an obvious winner's edit. [[CaptainObviousReveal They were right]].
** Ryan from ''Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers'' has earned a lot of haters for completely botching his relationship with Ali by not telling her that he wants to vote for Roarke. Not to mention him being a strategic mastermind like the editors wanted him to be is pretty much an InformedAttribute due to the Ali incident, not understanding that he betrayed Ali, proceeding to argue with Ali instead of pacifying her and letting her vent, and even considering keeping Ali around even though she will most likely want to vote him out once they merged.
2nd Nov '17 11:09:43 AM Maddoxsort
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** ''Heroes Vs. Healers Vs. Hustlers'' has managed to become this on two levels. Firstly, it is immediately following what many are regarding as the worst season of ''Series/BigBrother'', a relative of ''Survivor'', in which nearly all the cast were numbskulls blindly following Paul Abrahamian and nearly everyone was a disgusting SpoiledBrat who crooned mean-spirited remarks all season long and were high on themselves, and Paul even helped to bring out the bad in everybody and made viewers of these elimination-style competitions VERY dour and almost the entire cast hated and scorned by even past players of the show. This season of Survivor has brought together a group of hardworking and disciplined people who are all some level of GenreSavvy and get out the people who cause trouble and are very much in tune with the game. Also, throwing challenges in ''Survivor'' is seen as incredibly dishonorable and basically [[LaserGuidedKarma an automatic doom-ringer for the people who do so]], while Paul basically made everyone do that on cue because eliminations are not concrete in ''Big Brother'' like they are ''Survivor''. Secondly, the cast of this ''Survivor'' seems to have been hand-picked to select likable people who they know will not BS it at the game and will play it devotedly. The cast, for the most part, is very endearing and likeable and you recognize them as good people at heart, with tribe members acting mildly annoying at worst and even the less liked people having a lot of redeeming qualities and goodness. The merge could incite drama, however.

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** ''Heroes Vs. Healers Vs. Hustlers'' has managed to become this on two levels. Firstly, it is immediately following what many are regarding as the worst season of ''Series/BigBrother'', a relative of ''Survivor'', in which nearly all the cast were numbskulls blindly following Paul Abrahamian and nearly everyone was a disgusting SpoiledBrat who crooned mean-spirited remarks all season long and were high on themselves, and Paul even helped to bring out the bad in everybody and made viewers of these elimination-style competitions VERY dour and almost the entire cast hated and scorned by even past players of the show. This season of Survivor has brought together a group of hardworking and disciplined people who are all some level of GenreSavvy and get out the people who cause trouble and are very much in tune with the game. Also, throwing challenges in ''Survivor'' is seen as incredibly dishonorable and basically [[LaserGuidedKarma an automatic doom-ringer doom-bringer for the people who do so]], so]] (because in ''Survivor'', you HAVE to pull your weight to move forward or you WILL go down hard), while Paul basically made everyone do that on cue because eliminations are not concrete in ''Big Brother'' like they are ''Survivor''. Secondly, the cast of this ''Survivor'' seems to have been hand-picked to select likable people who they know will not BS it at the game and will play it devotedly. The cast, for the most part, is very endearing and likeable and you recognize them as good people at heart, with tribe members acting mildly annoying at worst and even the less liked people having a lot of redeeming qualities and goodness. The merge could incite drama, however.
2nd Nov '17 11:06:07 AM Maddoxsort
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** ''Heroes Vs. Healers Vs. Hustlers'' has managed to become this on two levels. Firstly, it is immediately following what many are regarding as the worst season of ''Series/BigBrother'', a relative of ''Survivor'', in which nearly all the cast were numbskulls blindly following Paul Abrahamian and nearly everyone was a disgusting SpoiledBrat who crooned mean-spirited remarks all season long and were high on themselves, and Paul even helped to bring out the bad in everybody and made viewers of these elimination-style competitions VERY dour and almost the entire cast hated and scorned by even past players of the show. This season of Survivor has brought together a group of hardworking and disciplined people who are all some level of GenreSavvy and get out the people who cause trouble and are very much in tune with the game. Also, throwing challenges in ''Survivor'' is seen as incredibly dishonorable and basically [[LaserGuidedKarma an automatic doom-ringer for the people who do so]], while Paul basically made everyone do that on cue because eliminations are not concrete in ''Big Brother'' like they are ''Survivor''. Secondly, the cast of this ''Survivor'' seems to have been hand-picked to select likable people who they know will not BS it at the game and will play it devotedly. The cast, for the most part, is very endearing and likeable and you recognize them as good people at heart, with tribe members acting mildly annoying at worst and even the less liked people having a lot of redeeming qualities and goodness. The merge could incite drama, however.
1st Nov '17 9:46:08 PM TheGingerArtist
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** From ''Heroes Vs. Healers Vs. Hustlers'', Lauren Rimmer has emerged as an early favorite for subverting the older woman stereotype and saving themselves from an early boot. Not to mention that Lauren actually seems to embody her tribe's spirit with the amount of hustling she did to save herself, plus her deadpan humor is seen as funny.

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** From ''Heroes Vs. Healers Vs. Hustlers'', Lauren Rimmer has emerged as an early favorite for subverting the older woman stereotype and saving themselves herself from an early boot. boot and making it to the merge. Not to mention that Lauren actually seems to embody her tribe's spirit with the amount of hustling she did in order to save herself, plus her deadpan humor is seen as funny.funny and reminiscent to that of Courtney Yates.
1st Nov '17 6:31:35 PM MummyGaGa
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** From ''Heroes Vs. Healers Vs. Hustlers'', Chrissy Hofbeck and Lauren Rimmer have emerged as early favorites for subverting the older woman stereotype and saving themselves from an early boot. Chrissy herself is emerging as a very strategic and forward-thinking player, while Lauren actually seems to embody her tribe's spirit with the amount of hustling she did to save herself, plus her deadpan humor is seen as funny.

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** From ''Heroes Vs. Healers Vs. Hustlers'', Chrissy Hofbeck and Lauren Rimmer have has emerged as an early favorites favorite for subverting the older woman stereotype and saving themselves from an early boot. Chrissy herself is emerging as a very strategic and forward-thinking player, while Not to mention that Lauren actually seems to embody her tribe's spirit with the amount of hustling she did to save herself, plus her deadpan humor is seen as funny.


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** Ryan from ''Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers'' has earned a lot of haters for completely botching his relationship with Ali by not telling her that he wants to vote for Roarke. Not to mention him being a strategic mastermind like the editors wanted him to be is pretty much an InformedAttribute due to the Ali incident, not understanding that he betrayed Ali, proceeding to argue with Ali instead of pacifying her and letting her vent, and even considering keeping Ali around even though she will most likely want to vote him out once they merged.
13th Oct '17 2:19:10 PM TheGingerArtist
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** From ''Heroes Vs. Healers Vs. Hustlers'', Chrissy Hofbeck and Lauren Rimmer have emerged as early favorites for subverting the older woman stereotype and saving themselves from an early boot. Chrissy herself is emerging as a very strategic and forward-thinking player, while Lauren actually seems to embody her tribe's spirit with the amount of hustling she did to save herself, plus her deadpan humor is seen as funny.
2nd Oct '17 1:55:59 PM Digimonfan12
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** Part of why "Australian Survivor" didn't do so well was that it looked almost like a knock-off of the first season of ''Survivor''. Not as much character development and most of the early episodes looked a bit like filming a camping trip. Not to mention, some poorly-designed challenges. The first immunity challenge had to be ''redone'' because they had to light fires and the fires all went out. In another challenge, the team who won thought the other team lost due to poor luck and gave them the reward.
9th Sep '17 12:28:26 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Tony from ''Cagayan''. He was GenreSavvy enough to find the Tyler Perry idol with no clues, which some fans argue that he was told where it was. Taken to an extreme again, when he won a rock draw against Spencer for an "advantage," which turned out to be a second hidden immunity idol. And then he [[TheBadGuyWins won]] in a landslide...

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** Tony from ''Cagayan''. He was GenreSavvy enough able to find the Tyler Perry idol with no clues, which some fans argue that he was told where it was. Taken to an extreme again, when he won a rock draw against Spencer for an "advantage," which turned out to be a second hidden immunity idol. And then he [[TheBadGuyWins won]] in a landslide...
1st Sep '17 1:08:02 PM XFllo
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** Elisabeth Filarski, inspired by Colleen from ''The Australian Outback'', though less so after she TookALevelInJerkass as a co-host on ''The View''.

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** Elisabeth Filarski, inspired by similar to Colleen from ''The Australian Outback'', though less so after she TookALevelInJerkass as a co-host on ''The View''.
1st Sep '17 1:07:40 PM XFllo
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** Elisabeth Filarski, Colleen's {{Expy}} from ''The Australian Outback'', though less so after she TookALevelInJerkass as a co-host on ''The View''.

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** Elisabeth Filarski, Colleen's {{Expy}} inspired by Colleen from ''The Australian Outback'', though less so after she TookALevelInJerkass as a co-host on ''The View''.
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