Come on in guys.
First thing's first, I'll take back the immunity idol. Once again, immunity is back up for grabs.
For today's challenge, you will name the country of the filming location and the Sole Survivor for each of the show's 40 seasons. First person to finish and raise their flag wins immunity. Losers, tribal council where somebody will be voted out and become the last member of the jury. Draw for spots, we'll get started.
Here we go... For immunity and a guaranteed spot at the final tribal council...
Survivors ready? Go!
Based on the American version of Survivor
If a season's subtitle contains the name of its country, I will provide some alternative trivia because I'm a nice guy like that
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The ____ Outback
France (French Polynesia)
Capital: Port Vila
Home to the ancient Mayan ruins of Tikal
Home to the northern half of the Darién Gap, a highly dangerous and remote area of mountainous jungle. The only successful attempt at traversing this perilous terrain was self-reported by world-renowned super-mega-hunk, Benjamin 'Coach' Wade.
Home to the Terracotta Warriors at Xi'an
(Fans vs. Favorite)
Heroes vs. Villains
Home to Central America's largest lake. The lake is unique in that it is freshwater yet still supports ocean life such as sharks and swordfish. The theory is it used to be a bay but disconnected from the Pacific. The fish were trapped but eventually adapted.
Jud 'Fabio' Birza
‘Boston’ Rob Mariano
Named after a Spanish King; largest island is Luzon
(Fans vs. Favorites II)
Blood vs. Water
(Brain vs. Beauty vs. Brawn)
San Juan del Sur
(Blood vs. Water II)
(White collar vs. Blue collar vs. No collar)
1984 film 'The Killing Fields' told the story of Khmer Rouge party leader Pol Pot's reign of terror over this nation; also home to Angkor Wat