'Survivor' cast thanks YOU for Second Chances in new pics
Read personal messages from the 20 returning players on location expressing gratitude for another opportunity to win
The former Brawn folks have the advantage after a tribe switcheroo, unless someone jumps ship
The Brains tribe sinks to a new low, losing to a tribe that was trying to lose to them
Sarah makes a blue blood alliance with fellow police office Tony. But can she trust him? (NO!)
By scoring two hidden idols, the last two challenge victories, and the biggest move of the game, Tyson owned 'Survivor: Blood vs. Water.' And was rewarded for it.
The fight for Monica’s vote rages on. And the debate rages on as I rank Blood vs. Water against all the other Survivor seasons.
Hayden tells everyone they're destined to lose to Tyson in the end; it doesn't take long for an alliance to crumble
Laura out-sneaks sneaky puzzle-copier Vytas by helping fellow mom Tina knock him out of the game
Ciera has no problem voting off her own mother, but should we have a problem with her asking mommy to not even try?
After a classic Survivor gross-out food challenge, two contestants are thrown up and out of the tribe
Gervase must choose between his original alliance-mate and his new partner-in-coconut-crime
Laura’s decision to reveal classified information costs her a spot on the tribe. Meanwhile, Kat cries. Like, a lot.
An big time mistake in the challenge costs one tribe dearly, but those at fault manage to stay safe
Aras makes a big move early in the game. But was it too big? And too early? Honestly, I have no idea.
It’s all about Brad Culpepper all the time…until Brad Culpepper gets the shock of his life at Tribal Council
Colton exits the game, but not before being branded by Probst as a two-time quitter
Colton is irate about everyone else playing so nice, so tries his best to stir the pot. SHOCKER!
After a shocking Tribal Council request, the most deserving player emerges victorious
A decision at the loved ones challenge puts a plan in motion to send the winner packing — complete with plenty of emotional baggage. Plus: Where does this season rank when compared to all the others?
The contestants must balance the pain of balancing on their feet with their desire for immunity as two players are sent out of the game
There’s lots of crying, and drinking, and people worried about what their next move should be
A crazy tribal council. A voluntarily sit-out during an immunity challenge. What the heck happened on tonight's episode?
Another contestant makes the mistake of spilling the beans to Dawn, setting off a flurry of idol-related activity at Tribal Council
It’s the return of the Survivor food challenge, as well as a return to some good ol’ fashioned strategy talk of yesteryear
Phillip Sheppard says he only loses challenges when he tries to lose. But why would he want to do that?
The contestants are forced to adapt to new surroundings as the tribes swap members
Brandon Hantz was brought back to create drama, and he certainly delivered. But should he have even been there in the first place?
After days of screaming, sleeping, and threatening to quit, Shamar is ultimately done in by a bad eye
Shamar gets upset after Reynold uses the diving mask in the challenge. Actually, Shamar gets upset about pretty much everything.
Shamar infuriates his tribe by only exerting himself when it coms to arguing with others
Jonathan Penner attempted to steal the show, but did his last second revelation about Lisa hand the game to Denise?
Skupin goes on a soda binge as we move one step closer to the finale. Plus: Where does this season rank when compared to all the others?
A major blindside is considered as the final 6 welcome their loved ones and battle for immunity
The contestants let their stomachs get the better of them at the Survivor food auction, allowing a patient Brazilian to get back in the game
It’s time to count our Survivor blessings as Pete and Abi-Maria are forced to scramble to stay alive
How can one person be both so mean and so bad at the game? Abi-Maria learns the hard way that being catty and clueless is a bad combination
One mad scramble follows another, as Lisa proves she is a gamer to be reckoned with
Tandang-Kalabaw merge has everyone questioning their alliances; Lisa finds something very interesting in Malcolm's rumpled clothes
A challenge stalemate leads to a unique trade between the two tribes, and not everyone is happy about it
One contestant can no longer take the pain, while another plants a big wet one on the unsuspecting host
The bartender lets his team down in the challenge, and then must decide whether to keep Denise or Russell
Another loss by Russell’s team means another person needs to go home. Could this tribe be any worse?
Malcolm is hypnotized by Angie’s breasts while the Matsing tribe once again comes up short in the challenge
The jury gets it right, with an extra push from the most unlikely source
The women have an opportunity to take out a legitimate threat to win in Chelsea, but go for the panty-wearing weirdo instead
Kat’s entire strategy for the episode revolves around…margaritas? Will her relentless pursuit of booze cause the immature party girl to lose?
There seems to be no stopping the bridal shop owner, even as she makes her first big mistake in the game
Troyzan tries to shake up the game with players too stupid to know his idea is worth listening to
Troyzan finally decides to fight back against the women, but is it too late?
Idiotic decisions are aplenty, as is discussion about Chelsea’s plastic surgery
The tribe creates a stink over a questionable stain on Tarzan’s undies
After an inexplicable reign of terror, the season's high school mean girl gets his comeuppance
The men make a blunder for the ages as fear and peer pressure lead to a truly shocking tribe decision
Colton gets a lesson in game-play from Jeff Probst, and could use a lesson in racial sensitivity as well
One tribe member passes gas, but fails when it comes to the immunity challenge
A tense finale features a comeback, an emotional breakdown, a bitter jury, and — finally — a winner
Brandon makes a blunder for the ages, but gives credit (blame?) to a higher power. Plus: Updated season-by-season rankings!
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Coach threatens to drop the hammer on anyone switching sides as two more people are voted out
Two contestants are voted out as the former Upoluians take complete control of the game
Upolu and Savaii engage in an old fashioned game of chicken, and before all is said and done, someone is clucking
Ozzy makes one of the boldest and riskiest moves in 'Survivor' history. The question is: why?
Ozzy makes another social and strategic blunder that could cost him dearly, while I examine the importance (or lack thereof) of going into the merge with numbers
Coach joins the list of players refusing to be called by a first name, while Savaii sees a major shake-up
A classic challenge plus several fascinating peeks into human nature equals one riveting episode
Brandon comes clean about another lie, revealing to the tribe his connection to Survivor’s ultimate villain
Brandon can’t seem to stop staring at Mikayla, which is exactly why he wants her gone. Make sense?
Eight people went into the final episode, but when all was said and done, the most deserving player emerged victorious
Natalie gets pulled in two directions as Rob tries to keep control of the tribe. Plus: Where does this season rank in series history?
Boston Rob collapses after a brutal immunity challenge, and Ometepe has to turn on one of its own
Ashley and Natalie are presented with an opportunity to make a big move against Lord Mariano. Guess what they do with it?
In a "crazy" episode, Phillip accuses Steve of covert racism after another incident involving rice
Two immunity challenges, two Tribal Councils, and too much dominance by Boston Rob
Matt looks to a higher power for direction, but does it lead him down the wrong road?
The tailspin continues over on Zapatera, while Rob's rice has Phillip in a tizzy.
Phillip (and his animal tattoos) worries his allies aren't being honest with him. Plus: Is the Redemption Island twist working?
Their bad boy gone, Krista and Stephanie continue to make waves and sabotage their own tribe
Russell gets emotional at Redemption Island, and then baits Ralph into a big-time blunder
Zapatera throws a challenge to try to get rid of Russell. But does the target have one more trick up his sleeve?
Phillip continues his wacky ways, and one contestant is backstabbed at Tribal Council
Chase makes both memories and enemies after winning a loved-ones reward challenge.
Sash relishes the role of swing vote, while another player panics himself right out of the game.
NaOnka and Purple Kelly decide they want to go home. But will Jeff Probst let them?
When is a recap/clips show worth watching? When it features Fabio getting attacked by a swarm of bees.
Several tribe members turn on Brenda during the season's best episode to date, but is it enough to send her home?
Insults abound as several contestant feuds heat up, leading to a testy Tribal Council
The controversial contestant starts burying everything, including — perhaps — her chance of ever winning
Fabio relieves himself in the middle of a challenge, and Marty takes another huge gamble
The combustible contestant considers throwing in the towel after a tribe switch and a nasty storm
NaOnka, Jimmy T., and several others contend for the title of Most Annoying Contestant
Everyone starts arguing with everyone else as Shannon takes on Sash — and an entire city.
We have a winner! But did the jury once again overlook the person who played the best overall game?
Plus: Where this season ranks in terms of the best Survivor installments ever
In an episode so nice they had to eliminate twice, Russell decides to rock the boat, sending one of his partners overboard
The Heroes make yet another baffling decision as they hand over a hidden immunity idol clue, and control of the game (again)
Parvati and J.T. make some bad decisions when the two tribes merge
Russell can't believe his good fortune, as J.T. and the Heroes make one of the stupidest moves in Survivor history
With her neck on the line, the lippy lady comes out to play, giving Jeff Probst a piece of her mind in the process
Boston Rob tries to regroup after last week's blindside, but sneaky Russell has another trick up his sleeve
Russell vs. Boston Rob battle heats up, resulting in a dramatic Tribal Council showdown
Evidently a one-legged James is better than no James at all as the Heroes refuse to send their injured (and hot-headed) player home
J.T. considers joining up with on-the-outs Tom and Colby. But does he pull the trigger?
The Villains all talk about the need to get rid of Parvati. But are they already under her spell?
James blows his top at the challenge. And back at camp. And at Tribal Council. Anger management, anyone?
Did the right person win Survivor: Samoa? Um, how should I put this? NO!
Natalie seeks divine intervention at the reward challenge, while Russell gets even cockier at Tribal Council
Monica puts Russell on a rampage, as two Tribal Councils send the Survivors scrambling
How to make an entire tribe turn against you, in just five easy steps!
The unstoppable Russell proves that good things do indeed come in threes
Russell proves that clues are for suckers by finding a second hidden immunity idol
Instead of devouring their common enemy, the members of Galu begin eating their own
Shambo is elected tribe leader, but who is really calling the shots at Galu? (Hint: not Shambo.)
The medical team has their hands full as a scary moment at a challenge changes everything
Dreadlocked Russell and Shambo compete for the highly coveted title of Dumbest Survivor
Things get messy at Tribal Council as ghetto-trash-talkin' Ben is introduced to a little thing called karma
Meet Yasmin. She claims to be a human hairstylist from Detroit. But we're not so sure
With the finale looming, we say goodbye to the season's most quotable player
The principal gets schooled on basic arithmetic. Plus: How this season stacks up against all the others
The model goes toe to toe with the double-dealing Coach, calling him out for being...well, Coach
The cocky Tyson revels in making Sierra's life miserable, but who's laughing in the end?
He's beyond bonkers and perhaps the most maddening Survivor contestant in history, but it's time to embrace the insanity
Tyson and Coach talk a lot about how awesome they are, but an injury ruins their grand scheme -- and saves Brendan from almost sure elimination
Coach sabotages his tribe's food supply, while hidden immunity idols (some real, some not) start popping up all over the place
Brendan gets kinky with a statue to uncover the hidden immunity idol, while Coach continues his personal crusade against women
Coach schools rival Candace on the fine art of face-licking, while Psycho Sandy turns the immunity challenge into her own personal rodeo
After dominating the immunity challenges throughout the season and beating out Matty in a tie vote fire-off, Bob wins the grand prize and becomes the show's oldest winner
Sugar blindsides Kenny and Crystal by playing it straight with Bob and saving Matty's hide
Matty is overjoyed to see his girlfriend and proposes, Bob tries a second pass at fake-idol bluff, and Corinne makes a desperate move to stay in the game
First Bob tells Sugar about his fake immunity idol, and then he turns around and tricks a smug Randy into an embarrassing exit
In the first individual immunity challenge for the merged team, Susie and Sugar surprise all by dominating, and there are more surprises in store for Corrine and Charlie at tribal council
After Kota and Fang are redefined, two of the weakest players (Susie and Crystal) gain new power, and Marcus plays the wrong hand
Everyone is surprised when there are two tribal councils, and the backstabbing really begins, as one cocky contestant gets completely blindsided
The underdog tribe continues to lose important challenges, while its members bicker with one another
An elephant sighting riles up the Fang tribe, but nothing can distract from G.C.'s poor gameplay
As Fang and Kota members mingle, alliances are reexamined and Fang returns to its losing ways
Despite their first-week bumbling, the Fang tribe avoids going to tribal council, while Kota feels the sting of an eviction
Dalton reels from watching one of the biggest blunders in Survivor history unfold. Plus: a special Survivor Talk with Jeff Probst's take on the whole jaw-dropping thing
Three straight weeks, three straight surprises at Tribal Council: How the immunity idol factored into a shocking show marked by injuries to James and Alexis -- and Amanda's astonishing acting
While James and Parvati bickered and Jason went idol hunting, Natalie came out of nowhere to take charge of the game
After the tribes merge and Eliza finds herself in trouble, Ozzy watches his decoy plan hilariously unfold
Outnumbered and marked for elimination, Erik survives by ratting out the double-dealing Ami to the other favorites
After Ozzy showers with the topless Amanda and Ami, his tribemates start to think he's too dominant; plus, Kathy gives up and goes home
After a china challenge eliminates Denise, Todd wins by admitting to the jury that he played them all; plus, James and Denise get money for being good sports
First comes a smackdown -- rated Peih-Gee -- and then some pure Probst torture: choosing between burgers and immunity
One challenge set off skyrockets, but the competition cooled, despite Jeff Probst's jabbing