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* NoDamageRun: Which in turn gave him an [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome awesome]] FlawlessVictory.

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* NoDamageRun: Which in turn gave him an [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome awesome]] awesome FlawlessVictory.


* SouthernFriedGenius: J.T. had a very active social game and was partners with Stephen in Strategy.

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* SouthernFriedGenius: J.T. had a very active social game and was partners with Stephen in Strategy.strategy.
** Also, consider that a cattle farmer from Alabama managed to give a ''far'' more convincing argument for winning the game than the Yale graduate sitting next to him.

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* SimpletonVoice: [[{{Lampshading}} Lampshaded]] by the man himself in one episode when he suggested that everyone else underestimates him because of his thick Alabama accent.
--> "I don't know why everyone trusts me so much. In this game, I'm not so trustworthy. It seems like people would catch on to that. It may be the accent, I don't know."


* VindicatedByHistory: Was absolutely ''loathed'' by the audience when the season first aired. Over the years, partly thanks to Mario Lanza heavily featuring him in the second Funny 115, opinion has shifted and he's now considered as one of the best characters the show has ever had.

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* VindicatedByHistory: Was absolutely ''loathed'' by the audience when the season first aired. Over the years, partly thanks to Mario Lanza heavily featuring him in the second Funny 115, opinion has shifted and he's now considered as one of the best characters the show has ever had.

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* PlayingSick: In his boot episode, he pleads to J.T. and Stephen to not send him to Exile Island because of a myriad of ailments he claims to be suffering from. Neither of them buy it.

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* TookALevelInBadass: Started the game as an awkward city boy who didn't know how to survive in the wilderness. On a solo trip to Exile Island, he manages to start a fire all by himself. And he also manages to win an Immunity Challenge.


* BrainyBrunette: Well, he's brainy, and has brown hair, so...

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* BittersweetEnding: He doesn't get a single vote at Final Tribal Council, but he made a new best friend whose friendship still lasts to this day.
* BrainyBrunette: Well, he's brainy, and has brown hair, so...



* PoorCommunicationKills: His final tribal council performance proved it.

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* PoorCommunicationKills: His final tribal council Final Tribal Council performance proved it.

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* BatmanGambit: The reason why he votes for Erinn in Coach's boot episode is because he knows that not writing Coach's name down will earn him Coach's jury vote. It works.


J.T. would return for [[Characters/SurvivorHeroesVsVillains Heroes vs Villains]] and [[Characters/SurvivorGameChangers Game Changers]].

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J.T. would return for [[Characters/SurvivorHeroesVsVillains Heroes vs vs. Villains]] and [[Characters/SurvivorGameChangers Game Changers]].
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\nCoach would return for [[Characters/SurvivorHeroesVsVillains Heroes vs. Villains]] and [[Characters/SurvivorSouthPacific South Pacific]].
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Tyson returned for [[Characters/SurvivorHeroesVsVillains Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains]] and [[Characters/SurvivorBloodVsWater Blood vs. Water]] with his Girlfriend, Rachel.

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Tyson returned for [[Characters/SurvivorHeroesVsVillains Survivor: Heroes Vs.vs. Villains]] and [[Characters/SurvivorBloodVsWater Blood vs. Water]] with his Girlfriend, Rachel.
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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Throughout the season, he's generally shown to be a very easy-going, friendly guy. When his tribe blows a lead in an Immunity Challenge and lose, he got ''pissed'' and took his frustrations out on Spencer for his poor performance in particular.

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* {{Hypocrite}}: Spends a lot of time preaching to anyone who would listen about how he planned to play the game with honor and integrity, and yet had zero problem lying to both J.T. and Stephen's faces about Sierra wanting to reunite the former Timbiras to blindside them.


* SmallNameBigEgo: Candace called the man, having a ego the size of Brazil

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* SmallNameBigEgo: Candace called the man, having a once said "the man has an ego the size of BrazilBrazil".


%% * JewishAndNerdy

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%% * JewishAndNerdyJewishAndNerdy: Described himself as an "angsty New York Jew" in the premiere.


* GoodOlBoy: Frequently referred to as one by the rest of the cast.

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* GoodOlBoy: Frequently referred to as one in a positive way by the rest of the cast.

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