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Had two serious ankle injuries during the course of the game but still was one round away from making the merge.
The first player to have a vote cast against them by somebody with the same name (last name needed)
Zookeeper.
'Fan favorite' whose game was ended by an ankle injury.
Was voted out in the episode entitled 'Assumptions'.
After this person was voted out, six more people from his or her original tribe were voted out in a row.
Voted off in the episode 'Surprise And... Surprise Again!'
Assistant manager and assistant buyer for one of the high-end retail stores in Chicago.
Fond of popcorn and Treasure Island.
Controversial 'just put all the firewood right by the shelter' strategy shockingly led to the shelter burning down.
Is a principal, not a math teacher.
The only other male with whom this contestant shares his name received the same place. Of the two, this contestant played first.
Had a hard time eating a pig snout in one challenge.
Also appeared on the reality TV series 'Solitary'.
Founded a charity that was inspired by a reward trip.
Her last name is 'Durousseau.'
Was the only contestant who applied to season fourteen.
Voted off after a serious bicep injury in a Reward Challenge.
The first contestant to attend multiple Tribal Councils and receive multiple votes at each one.
Broke Ethan's record for the youngest male winner.
Was voted out after the first contestant in Survivor history gave away Individual Immunity at Tribal.
Gave an opponent advice regarding gambling during a voting confessional.
Is not an answer to any other question on this quiz.
Revealed at the reunion that he was going to name his daughter after a tribemate.
Was compared to Derek Zoolander by another contestant.
Has hosted several shows on The History Channel since Survivor.
Smacked in the ass by his loved one.
First contestant to be given a Hidden Immunity Idol.
Spent hours fashioning a work of sculptural beauty that was cruelly, carelessly tossed into a fire by Jeff Probst. Also, does not want words.
This mortician was the subject of a trivia question on All-Stars.
Female police officer who was voted out for being seen as the weakest member of her tribe.
HALLELUJAAAAAH! OH GLORRY!
Lies; also, however, tells the truth, sometimes, too.
The first contestant to successfully ask to be voted off.
Was voted out first. Cast her vote against somebody who shared food with her.
The only person who was not awful on stilts in a challenge.
Killed something, y'all!
The producers did not know that this individual did not have piercings.
In a season with one tribe swap, was one of only two people from his/her tribe to not change tribes and then make the merge. The other was the winner.
Mashed potatoes.
The first male contestant from South Carolina.
First blindside of season eighteen.
Noted the differences between the hood and the wood.
Feckless.
Tested the finalists on how much they knew about her.
Has a daughter who wants to be a doctor.
Last name starts with 'Ll'.
Attended ONLY the second, fourth, and fifth Tribal Council in her season.
Did not know how to type.
First name is the same as someone's from season 22, last name is a homonym of someone's from season 12.
Eliminated in episode five after receiving votes in three of four attended Tribal Councils.
Regularly complained about the poor strategic skills of the rest of his tribe despite being directly responsible for his tribe's downfall.
The second boot from her merge tribe but received only four votes.
Said Coach had an ego 'bigger than Brazil.'
Successfully voted a contestant out and then gave his or her jury vote to that contestant in the same season.
Jumped off a cliff in a challenge despite being unable to swim.
'We don't need Rich, we've got SuperPole.'
Experienced love at first sight.
Broke the bank.
Every Individual Immunity in this contestant's season was won by a male, until the final one, which she won.
Urinated on someone's hand.
This contestant's last name has 4x as many letters as their first name.
Compared another contestant to 'Jon Bon Jovi in his prime.'
The first contestant to only be a member of two tribes despite playing on multiple seasons.
Merge boot of Fiji.
First contestant whose name contained a dash.
Was voted off one episode before Chet Welch.
The first person to be eliminated despite having never had a vote cast against them.
First and last name both start with the same three letters.
Voted out in the episode 'The End Of Innocence'.
This Christian's not for sale.
The first person to be voted off despite having received less than half of the votes.
Was there. We all were there.
The first female victim of the car curse.
This female's first and last name together are only six letters long.
Alliterative first boot.
Unbeknownst to production, this male already knew another contestant from his tribe at the start of the game.
Holds the record for most consecutive challenge victories.
Second medevac.
The first contestant to receive 0 votes against and then win unanimously.
'American Immunity Idol'.
Only male contestant to make the merge without winning a single tribal Immunity Challenge.
Eliminated after a deadlocked tie with somebody who would later be eliminated in a deadlocked tie.
First contestant to win Individual Immunity before the merge.
Received no confessionals in the first four episodes despite receiving votes at all TCs attended during those episodes.
First person to win with 0 votes cast against them.
The first contestant to be eliminated after a deadlocked tie.
Nearly asphyxiated another outside of a designated area in which physical contact was allowed; blamed the regulations.
Jeff Probst's favorite first boot. For some reason.
First amputee contestant.
This male contestant from Cook Islands did not receive a confessional in half of the episodes he was in.
This female was voted out in the double Tribal Council episode of Cook Islands.
Confidently declared that she thought the majority alliance would split their votes.
On average, has played more days per season than anyone else in Survivor history.
Voted out directly after a swap in which each tribe stole the two strongest members of the other tribe.
The first runner-up to receive less than three jury votes.
Was the subject of another contestant's 'clairvoyant' dream.
Grandmaternal poultry decapitation.
Not skilled at flammable archery.
The first contestant who was voted out after only ever receiving one vote. (Also, has the same birthday as Ken Hoang.)
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Has the same birthday as Becky Lee.
The first member of the Onion alliance voted out.
Is That Girl.
The franchise's first Asian-American winner.
Received only one confessional in her last five episodes and none in her last three.
Made the merge despite being twice as old as the next-oldest member of his tribe.
Got lost before a challenge. Claimed to be 'looking for a Popeye's or somethin.''
Post-show, founded 'Reality Rally' to raise money for a breast cancer resource center.
Received less jury votes than Courtney Yates when both were finalists.
The first contestant who played on two seasons and was not voted out in either of them.
Was unsure of the destination to which his or her tribe would not be returning.
This male married and had a child with a tribemate from his first season.
Strapless blue dress.
Has had it up to here.
Granola.
'It's easy to win with grace and dignity. It's much harder to lose with the same grace and dignity.'
This male, first on S13, flipped from a blue tribe to a red tribe to align with the player holding the HII.
The first person to win the final Immunity challenge and also the season.
Broke the tribal Immunity Idol.
'My two year old did that one time. I whooped its ass and put it back to bed.'
Lambasted another contestant for their offensive remarks about a member of the opposing tribe.
When voting for this contestant at his boot Tribal Council, another contestant's voting confessional was simply '**** you.'
Pancake dance.
Voted out by a 3-1 vote immediately before the F10 merge. (And is not Dan Barry.)
First Mormon winner.
This female, first on S13, flipped from a blue tribe to a red tribe to align with the player holding the HII.
Said the members of his tribe were like 'legless chickens running after sleek weasels.'
Gigi Restaurant and Lounge
Sex kitten.
Shares his or her first name with two people from the next season (last name needed).
Survivor's first Asian male.
Gave the first jury speech/question in Survivor history.
Believes the mere presence of a visage outweighs shoddy craftsmanship and materials and thus grants probable legitimacy.
This female's occupation title was 'boxer.'
This contestant, voted out in 8th place, voted in the majority only one time.
One player cast a throwaway vote against this contestant due to a promise with the eliminated contestant. Otherwise, nobody ever voted against or for him.
Has a podcast.
Has never played a damn sport in her life anyhow; should just shut up.
Brought a large American flag which was used to win a reward challenge.
Had the same first name as a female on the subsequent season, Fiji.
Sued Mark Burnett, claiming that the show was rigged -- case was settled out of court.
The first female contestant to receive 20th place.
Has selective sympathy regarding stolen spirits.
This pre-merge female was referenced by name in a later season's Tree Mail.
Has.
The first contestant to propose splitting votes to flush a Hidden Immunity Idol.
Won twice.
Is the head viper, viper queen, snake of the tribe, evil demon, and beast, according to one of her tribemates.
Won the final five Immunity by solving a puzzle that said 'GUARANTEED FINAL FOUR.'
Bob Barker shirt.
Asked the finalists to choose a number between 1 and 1000.
World champion of Super Smash Bros. Melee.
Full first name is 'Jesusita.'
The only Galu member who made it to the merge with previous votes.
Eliminated after the famous 'coconut chop' Immunity challenge.
This pre-merger has the same name as a Gym Leader from Pokemon.
Accused of smuggling beef jerky.
First person to be voted out immediately after the merge but still be a juror.
The first person to quit the game post-merge.
Mother Africa.
Oldest winner.
This winner received multiple votes at the first Tribal Council, and no more after that.
The first person alphabetically to be on multiple seasons.
The first 10th placer to be both the merge boot and first juror.
Jeff Probst said that this contestant's evacuation was the scariest moment he had ever had on Survivor.
Exchanged a functional fishing mask for the crucial knowledge that fish inhabit water
Moo.
Stripped for chocolate and peanut butter. Did not play on a second season.
Could maybe be siblings with another contestant in a parallel universe one millennium from now when deceased.
Holds the record for becoming the highest ranking member of a certain gender of a tribe in the quickest time.
This openly gay contestant won the most Individual Immunity challenges in his season.
Tossed an Immunity Idol into the ocean due to confidence in his relationships. Was voted out that same episode.
Ran out of matches during a firemaking challenge... what the ****?
Sucks at life.
Drew a gun on a ballot while voting for a contestant who had been shot.
Voted out in 9th place right before the merge.
Professed to have 'Jesus of Nazareth powers.'
The last male contestant to be voted out post-merge and not make the jury.
Criticized the finalists for being boring in his jury speech.
Platinum.
Had never seen Survivor, was recruited, and was its first unanimous winner.
Received the nickname 'Mom'.
Magician's assistant.
Officially quit, but is considered by Probst more of a psychological medical evacuation than a quit.
Belittled the challenge skills of another contestant who would later win the season's first post-merge Immunity in this contestant's boot episode.
Explicitly refused to give his tribemates advice on constructing the shelter; consequently, was voted out first.
Was voted out in the episode 'The Twist'.
Voted out in the episode 'It's Funny When People Cry.'
Sheep farmer.
At her first Tribal Council, made a joking reference to the 'snakes and rats' speech in a voting confessional.
The editors spoiled that this contestant made the merge by showing her face in the background of the intro shot of a contestant on the opposing tribe.
Big Bird.
The first Favorite to be voted off over a Fan.
Her name is the name of somebody from the next season but spelled backwards.
Was compared to Cleopatra.
Swore loyalty to her alliance on an invisible Bible.
Second contestant to be voted out 3-2 right before the merge.
Another contestant complained about wanting to smack this contestant with an oar.
FBI Agent.
The first male contestant to be given Individual Immunity.
HintContestant
Survivor's only Muslim contestant.
Won despite being the only member of her tribe left at the final six.
The first original La Mina member to be voted out.
Has played more cumulative days than any other Survivor contestant.
Overcame an abusive upbringing to launch a highly successful R&B career.
Proposed to his fiance during the loved ones visit.
Mentioned Jeff Probst by name in their first confessional of the season.
First person to be eliminated due to past votes despite nobody at their boot TC having voted for them in the past.
Was presumed by other contestants to be able to identify different types of prunes.
This pre-merge boot shares his name with the first boot of the season before his.
Another contestant said of this player, 'His problem is that he's trying to do strategy on his own.'
The third of five consecutive California natives to be voted off.
U.S. Army Sergeant who got sick very early on and was unable to recover.
This female contestant's incredible expressiveness became a running joke on the Funny 115 2.0.
This contestant was guaranteed to be on the Have-Not tribe as punishment for being good at constructing a shelter.
The first male Moto to be voted out.
Complained about being on the less attractive tribe.
First contestant in Survivor history to get removed from a challenge for inappropriately harming another contestant.
Emphatically pleaded to Sir God for a break in torrential downpours.
Christian radio host.
Was supposed to pretend to have difficulty with a challenge. Failed to do so, costing her tribe and leading to her being voted out.
Was a member of an 'older' tribe despite being only three months older than a member of a 'younger' tribe the same season.
The first person to be voted out because his or her original tribe threw a challenge.
Did not receive a video from home, but has made up for that in controversial videos post-show.
Gave an impassioned jury speech about the validity of subtle social play as opposed to brazen aggression.
Said she would be a bitch, laugh when people cried, and own it; never engaged in a single open confrontation.
'Across the lake you see so well / There lies a sandy crater / The object hidden in its floor / Will surely help you later'
Was voted off in 19th place with 6 votes on their first season.
WWE female.
Medically evacuated at the merge.
Commented on another contestant's 'premature evacuation.'
The first person to ever come back into the game after being voted out.
Brooke Struck. (...I got nothin' for this one.)
The only member of the Heroes vs. Villains cast to place better than they ever had before.
Gay contestant who dated the winner of a previous season.
Was the first person to be voted out in a re-vote after a tie.
Jeff Probst actually interrupted this person during his/her jury speech to say 'Give him (the finalist) a chance to answer'.
The first male to be voted out first.
First contestant who was born in the 1950s.
The first contestant to be voted off of Survivor.
Bit a shark.
Had their name written down the most in the first All-Stars season.
First contestant to exit the game on Day 5.
Gets along very well with shopkeepers.
Golden boy.
Wishes to know whether you have engaged in carnal activity in an educational setting.
Cast a vote against somebody who blamed his own alliance.
Voted out first after pulling a practical joke.
Is a landscaper, and nothing else.
Sent in an audition tape for the season immediately after his own, because he wanted to come back until he won.
This female remained on a red tribe after a swap and was voted out the same round.
First person to be voted off by somebody whom they had voted out of the game.
Had played the game for more days than any other contestant after the original All-Star season.
Afraid of leaves yet is one of the most widely respected Survivor players.
The second male to be voted off of Survivor.
The first contestant to make finals and receive less than two jury votes.
Has a problem with recall.
The dragon's bride.
The first contestant to be voted out on Day 11.
The first person to lose a firemaking challenge.
The first person to last 39 days and receive no jury votes.
Does not know what a pick is.
Smacked another contestant into a boat, then offered them parenting advice.
IS SMILING NOW!!!!
Another contestant claimed that this female was seducing her tribemates with her 'diabolical Mexican mind.'
Dated Mary.
A finalist, nobody voted for or against this contestant throughout all 39 days.
Wanted to quit the game, but then immediately wanted to stay following a tribal swap.
The first person to receive votes from original tribemates immediately upon merging.
Used her blazing speed to win the hell out of the game.
Came from the same hometown as Sue Hawk.
Is a bird; consequently, must fly.
This male was never on a tribe.
Was cast for the season directly preceding hers. Had to drop out but was told she could return for any future season. Returned for the next one and was voted out first.
Voted out second. Only received votes from the eventual final five.
Equates his temple to a car.
Referred to by a nickname they had on a tattoo.
According to polls on CBS.com, this contestant is the most popular in the show's history.
The first person to lose a firemaking challenge at the final four.
First contestant to win Individual Immunity multiple times and the game.
As a juror, asked a finalist about their sex life.
The final victim of the first 'Pagonging'.
Male first boot from a red tribe.
First contestant to play the game while under the age of 21.
First vegetarian contestant.
Water shoes.
Allegedly received one vote in a tied vote that was not shown on television.
Asked the two finalists in his season who from his tribe would have made finals.
Served in the American branch of the U.S. military.
This 30-year-old, draconian contestant had already founded a company and sold it for $60 million prior to Survivor.
Had a very energetic appearance on The Price Is Right.
Effectively quit on day 38.
'Poster child for weak Survivor.'
Loved one's name was Annie.
NEEDS A BREAK!!!
Fresh Prince.
Won Immunity, then Reward, then lost Immunity and was voted out in fifth.
Interrupted himself during a confessional to point out a flying fish in the background.
This contestant's loved one sneaked them a candy bar during the loved ones challenge.
Insignificant, even embarrassing, in challenges.

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