CBS dominated Sunday night's primetime schedule with its ''Bachelor''-esque finale of ''Survivor: All-Stars,'' in which Amber won both Boston Rob's hand in marriage and the $1 million jackpot. Early Nielsen numbers show an estimated 24 million people watched the two-hour-plus series finale, while the live reunion show that followed was an even bigger draw, with 25 million. Those are the best numbers for a ''Survivor'' finale since the ''Survivor: Marquesas'' wrap-up two years and four competitions ago. Next Thursday's ''All-Star'' postscript episode -- which will reveal the winner of an audience-favorite vote, and another $1 million prize -- will compete with another big finale, the end of ''Frasier,'' on NBC. Oh, and CBS is already accepting contestant applications for the fall edition of ''Survivor'' on the network's website.