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Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X recap:
'Slayed the Survivor Dragon'

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What a weird season of Survivor this has been. Not weird in terms of there being a big trunk of cash and a gong at Tribal Council (which does still freak me out when I go back and watch season 1), but weird nonetheless. Think about it: Millennials vs. Gen X has had a ridiculous amount of lying, backstabbing, and blindsiding. So, what naturally comes with lying, backstabbing, and blindsiding? A lot of pissed-off people who were just lied to, backstabbed, and blindsided. The two are inexorably linked.

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Jeff Probst explains what makes this season of Survivor so different

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Each week, Jeff Probst will answer a few questions about the latest episode of Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X.

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Survivor: Zeke reveals why the loved ones visit hurt his game

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This is not a good season of Survivor to be seen as a threat. Week after week, we have seen big players be handed their walking parchment papers, blindsided or ousted by former allies looking for a clearer path to the million dollars. This week it was Zeke Smith’s turn to be shown the proverbial door to the jury house.

Zeke was undone in two ways. First off, Will flipped to pad his résumé. And then Adam pulled out his #CrotchIdol to ensure they had enough votes to get make the Oklahoma football fan the fifth member of the jury.

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Survivor: Jeff Probst offers insight into that tearful loved ones visit

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Each week, Jeff Probst will answer a few questions about the latest episode of Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X.

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Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X recap:
'About to Have a Rumble'

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Poor Will. Poor, poor Will. He was so determined to make a big move. And even more determined to get credit for it. He was sick of being treated like a boy when he wanted to play like a man! He wanted to prove he could dramatically influence this game with a huge move that put his name out there in big, bold letters! He made really dramatic proclamations like “I didn’t come here to be dragged as a goat. I came here to play,” while pointing violently at his crotch for some reason!

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Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X recap:
'Million Dollar Gamble'

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It is the time to give thanks, so let’s give thanks right here and now for Survivor. Because here we are, in season freakin’ 33, still experiencing shock, delight, and dismay over a television program that — by all measures of logic and precedence — has no business still being on the air. And yet it is! And it is still awesome. Look for no further proof than the two humdinger episodes unleashed on Thanksgiving eve.

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Survivor: Jeff Probst reveals the scene that made him cry

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Each week, Jeff Probst will answer a few questions about the latest episode of Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X.

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Survivor alum Michael Skupin found guilty of child pornography charges

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This article originally appeared on PEOPLE.com.

Michael Skupin was found guilty Friday of four of six counts of child pornography after a one-day trial, a spokesperson from Michigan Oakland County Clerk confirms to PEOPLE.

The two-time Survivor contestant, 54, had pleaded not guilty to 11 charges of child pornography and racketeering stemming from an investigation by the Michigan attorney general.

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Survivor: Taylor has a son on the way, but not with Figgy

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“If I know I can get ahead by eating more food than these guys, then I’m going to do it.” Perhaps not the best thing to say right before voting at Tribal Council, but that’s just the way Taylor Lee Stocker rolls — and he rolled right out of Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X a few minutes later.

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Survivor: Jeff Probst on if the reward steal is actually worth using

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Each week, Jeff Probst will answer a few questions about the latest episode of Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X.

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