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Some others may be harder to backstab... But you're easy.

A young, confident cocky teenager who plans on taking control of the game.

Sixth Sonic the Hedgehog fan character.

Gretchen Smith

I don't care what lies I have to say. But I will sell my soul... or so they think. To stay in the game.

A sneaky, manipulative girl who plans to win the game.

Second Total Drama fan character.



A literal Witch that is heaped on sedatives to keep her from killing the cast.

Second Left 4 Dead fan character.



The winner of the 67th Hunger Games, she is very strong but also has a hair-trigger temper.

First The Hunger Games fan character.


  • Action Girl
  • The Quisling: To the females on the tribe; she refused to be part of a female alliance because she wanted to be a member of the winners.
  • The Scapegoat: When the Carbo members' luxury items are burned in the fire, she gets blamed for the incident.

Adrian Zabaleta

I truly believe in the bottom of my heart that she is... you know, The One.

A pilot who enjoys flirting with pretty women. He believes that he has found true love on the show. Poor guy.

First Mortal Engines fan character.

Came back for Season 10: Battle of the Tribes.

  • Casanova Wannabe
  • Gratuitous Italian: Whenever he gets angered.
  • Ladykiller in Love: Genuinely believes that Prescilla is "the one" for him. Unfortunately, she's only using him and gets him voted out when she doesn't need him anymore.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: He was the most vocal person about controversially eliminating Jewel; one episode later, he himself gets the boot undeservingly.
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  • Unwitting Pawn: To Prescilla.



A mage who plans to use her magic skills to her advantage in the game.

First Chrono Trigger fan character.


Good grief, just let a strong independent woman challenge Frank, and he's acting like it's the worst thing in the world.

A rocker girl who serves as the main opposition to Frank and his alliance.

First Rock Band fan character.

  • Chekhov's Gunman: While a minor presence in her own season, she would later reappear in Season 13 as a family visitor for Tapioca, being rather important to the latter's storyline.
  • Only Sane Woman: Comes closest to being the most level-headed member of the cast outside of The Latrines. According to Season 13, it's because she was on a boat-load of medication due in part to a former friend's Jerkass tendencies.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: For Frank.
  • The Strategist
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her hair is a combo of blue, light blue, and pink.



A very strong Russian who is the main challenge dominator on his team.

First Shaman King fan character.



An average guy who experiences a very not-average brand of punishment throughout the game.

First Enchanted Arms fan character.


We are "The Alliance". We don't need a special name, because we are what alliances should strive to be. Five strong guys, who are willing to play the game, do what we have to, but stick together in the end. And this is a good group of guys.

A member of the Sims council and a born leader, who would be well-respected if he didn't have incredibly antiquated views on gender roles.

Third The Sims fan character.

Came back for Season 10: Battle of the Tribes.

Starr Bright

"I will walk away with the million"... So was that good... I really don't know what I'm doing...

A cheerful high-school girl who tries to fit in with the popular kids by acting shallow and aloof.

First Glee fan character.

Came back for Season 10: Battle of the Tribes.


He shall now be referred to as "Fish".

A lion who appears to be a complete enigma to the rest of the cast. He is actually an angel who decided to play only to watch the typical drama unfold firsthand.

First Second Life fan character.


WHY were you YELLING at me!? IN MY DREAM!

A pretty and athletic model who, nethertheless, is very shallow and thinks she needs to depend on a man.

First Baywatch fan character.


No, not mad, just disappointed.

A kindly housewife and Survivor superfan who is set on disproving the negative stereotypes of people like her.

First Dead Rising fan character.

  • Fish out of Water
  • Out of Focus: While she is focused upon in the first few episodes and the last few episodes, she falls into this category until around the merge.
  • Sassy Black Woman: Subverted.
  • Shocking Elimination
  • Shout-Out: Uses several fan-related terms when talking about how much of a threat Zachary was or would become, including the way viewers determine who has the best chance of winning via editing called "edgic".
  • Team Mom: For the Latrines.

Brenton Bubbles

Or is it... "You reap what you sow"... Either way I'm awesome...

A complete idiot (who thought he was on The Amazing Race) who finds out that Survivor isn't really that hard.

First Backyard Baseball fan character.

"The Latrines; we get shit done."

An anti-hero who considers himself a nice guy, but isn't afraid to make sneaky moves to further himself.

Second Teen Titans fan character.

Came back for Season 10: Battle of the Tribes.

Kathy Miura

Why does this game have to be so complicated? Nothing's ever easy...

A girl who enjoys games of all kinds, and plans on using her skills in the Liar Game on Survivor.

First Liar Game fan character.

Prescilla a.k.a. Bonnie Quinn

Oh Starr, I don't manipulate people like Gretchen tried to.

I have a bet with a few of my pals on how many of these cunts commit suicide after seeing this.

A sweet, elegant lady who makes sure she is nice to everyone... until you see her confessionals. "Prescilla" is really a facade, and the real Bonnie takes the game by force.

First Barbie fan character.

Came back for Season 10: Battle of the Tribes and Season 16: Blood VS Water.

  • Batman Gambit / Xanatos Speed Chess: Improvises a plan which culminated in Starr getting voted out and Prescilla retaining possession of the hidden immunity idol.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: For the first four episodes, she appears to be a sweet, naive girl who'd never say a mean word to anyone. Then episode 5 rolls around, and we learn that she's the one who framed Jewel and is practically salivating with glee about being able to manipulate everyone around her.
  • Big Bad
  • Card-Carrying Villain
  • The Chessmaster
  • Cluster F-Bomb: Beats out Jackie for filthiest fan character ever, if because of...
  • Country Matters: She throws the taboo word around Cluster-like. She's not a nice person.
  • Crying Wolf
  • Dumb Blonde: Subverted. Not only is she a Bitch in Sheep's Clothing, she isn't even a natural blonde.
  • Engineered Public Confession: How she goes down. Cherman gives his recorder to Barbie, Bonnie's visitor. Bonnie then proceeds to gloat about her villainous activities during the game, and Barbie records everything. Cherman then plays the recording where she admits to everything she did at the Final Tribal Council.
  • Manipulative Bitch: Manages to fool everyone else with her facade... until it breaks at the Final Tribal Council.
  • Nice Girl: Polite and friendly. Except not. She was faking it in order to win the game.
  • Open Mouth, Insert Foot: Donovan warns her that her mouth could become her undoing, and it does indeed when she indulges in a bout of Evil Gloating with Barbie and unwittingly sets herself up for an Engineered Public Confession later on that she does absolutely nothing to mitigate by blowing up and screaming at the entire jury about how they're all "bitter bitches" and realizing a little too late that she just effectively wrecked any chance she had of convincing them that Cherman's recordings of her weren't true.
  • Oh, Crap!: The look on her face when she realized that Cherman recorded her Evil Gloating to Barbie about how she was behind pretty much everything bad in the game, her only regret was that she didn't do anything more to hurt others, and how she was looking forward to the people she screwed over committing suicide, because she had a bet going (she apparently bet on three deaths). And after her epic Villainous Breakdown, when she realizes that now she's got no chance of convincing the Jury that Cherman's recordings were fake.
  • Out of Focus: Until episode 5.
  • Pink Means Feminine: Invoked.
  • Playing the Victim Card: Goes hand-in-hand with her Bitch in Sheep's Clothing nature. She throws her own luxury item, along with almost everyone else's, into the campfire to frame Jewel and get her voted out, and then claims that Adrian sexually assaulted her to get him voted out after he outlives his usefulness.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: Refers to the new members on her tribe with racial slurs, although she makes sure to keep them restricted to her confessionals.
  • Sore Loser: Walks offstage after Cherman's win.
  • Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: Who'd have thought that the Barbie character would turn out to be the evillest villain of the series?
  • Villainous Breakdown: Once Cherman reveals who she really is... let's just say that the Phoenix Wright rogue's gallery would be proud.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: At least until the Final Tribal Council.
  • Walking Spoiler: There's a lot of tropes about her that can't be shown to people who haven't seen the season through.
  • The Woman Behind the Man: At least during the initial tribal stages; being integral to the all-male alliance taking control of the Carbo tribe, she was valued highly by Frank and Adrian.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Does not like bugs.


I don't want to be zombie chow...

A Chao who doesn't show up much, yet is perfectly game-savvy and enjoys spelling words for some reason.

Seventh Sonic the Hedgehog fan character.


Oh dear, I think my fears are now becoming a reality... I just hope I can keep on surviving...

A robot designed by GLaDOS to be the ultimate helper in Survivor.

First Portal fan character.

  • Adorkable
  • Anti-Hero: Type I.
  • Bad Liar
  • Beneath Notice: Sanza points out that this actually makes him a challenge- he's always a target, but he's always the second most pressing target, meaning that he makes his way through the game even though he should have been voted out long ago. He rides this all the way to the Final Three, where he cinches the victory by playing Prescilla/Bonnie's Engineered Public Confession.
  • Butt-Monkey: Fails epically at every single challenge... except the ultimate win.
  • Chekhov's Gun: His built-in voice recorder was introduced as a gag for Starr's singing, and was made detachable in another gag. It was used to reveal Prescilla's facade.
  • Dark Horse Victory: Most people thought the win would go to Sanza or Kathy. And then they get voted out, leaving Prescilla, Tofuchao, and Cherman. Prescilla, at this point, is the projected victor, as Tofuchao betrayed his alliance and no one had seen through her facade. Then Cherman exposed her, leading to his final win.
  • Good Is Not Dumb: He's not as stupid as others assume.
  • Kid-Appeal Character
  • The Little Detecto: Has a "Hidden Immunity Idol Finder".
  • Nice Guy: One of the most kind-hearted characters in the series.
  • Out of Focus: The least focused-on winner so far. Word of God says that this was intentional to throw everyone off and think either Sanza or Kathy was going to win.
  • Sole Survivor: The ninth, and is the first male to win since Season 5.
  • Spanner in the Works: To Prescilla/Bonnie's plan.
  • This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman: The only things he can do well are finding Hidden Immunity Idols, throwing confetti, and recording voices. Oh, and being the only one to see through Prescilla's facade and expose her with the aforementioned recorder.
  • Unlikely Hero: Did anyone really expect Cherman to win this season?
    Madison: How the heck did we end up with a Tofuchao and Cherman Final 2?

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