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Fans want these 5 Female ‘Survivor’ champs to return for potential all-winners Season 40 [Poll Results]

Fans want these 5 Female ‘Survivor’ champs to return for potential all-winners Season 40 [Poll Results]
Survivor” Season 39 doesn’t debut until the fall, but that’s not stopping fans from getting excited about a potential all-winners edition for Season 40. In our recent poll that asked viewers to vote for their favorite Female winner of all time, these five earned the highest support: Parvati Shallow (“Fans vs. Favorites”) at 29%, Sandra Diaz-Twine (“Pearl Islands” and “Heroes vs. Villains”) at 17%, Tina Wesson (“The Australian Outback”) at 9%, Jenna Morasca (“The Amazon”) at 7% and Natalie Anderson (“San Juan del Sur”) at 7%. Do you agree or disagree with our readers’ poll results? Sound off down in the comments section.

Many fans consider Parvati to be the most savvy castaway to ever play “Survivor,” thanks in part to the effortless way in which she convinced Erik Reichenbach to give up his immunity necklace in “Fans vs. Favorites.” Parvati and her fellow femme fatales then promptly voted him out. Parvati ultimately won the
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Stephen's Survivor Strategy Blog: Show's Savviest Recall Facing the Endgame

Stephen's Survivor Strategy Blog: Show's Savviest Recall Facing the Endgame
The ice-cold way that Sash, Holly and Chase cut Jane's throat on Wednesday's episode of Survivor was the perfect example of how loyalty and friendship get tossed in favor of risk assessment when it comes to the endgame. I know from experience that having to turn on your alliance can be heartbreaking. All those things you dreamed about together from day 2 are coming true - but only for one person. Rather than award a Fishy, I thought I would ask a few of Survivor's best strategists - Jt Thomas, Russell Hantz, Todd Herzog and more - what their endgame experiences were like.
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Survivor Insider: Old vs. Young, Done. Medallion of Power, Done. Suck Continues

Survivor Insider: Old vs. Young, Done. Medallion of Power, Done. Suck Continues
Argh! I haven't been this frustrated with Survivor since Lill's return to Pearl Islands.  What is wrong with this Nicaragua cast and their collective suck? With Tyrone's ouster, we lost a strong player, an interesting personality and an expert eyebrow cocker. Meanwhile, Nasty NaOnka and useless Dan remain to not entertain us in the slightest. Blindside? What Blindside? Tyrone might have been surprised, but the only person blindsided at Tribal Council was Jeff Probst himself, who told me in Nicaragua, "I don't think Jimmy T. or Jimmy J. or Marty or Tyrone or Jill are going anywhere." God love him, he also believed the Medallion of Power and the tribal age divisions were good...
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'Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains': No. 18 Candice Woodcock

Zap2it is handicapping the 20 returning contestants on "Survivor: Heroes vs Villains." The next to go? Candice Woodcock.

We know what you're thinking... who? We've watched every season of "Survivor." Every single episode. We're not sure we can say that about 19 seasons of Anything. And yet when the contestants were announced... we had no idea who Candice Woodcock was.

It turns out Candice is from "Survivor: Cook Islands," the 13th season of the show, which is the one where the contestants were divided up by race (for like two episodes, scandal!). It was also the first season with a final three instead of final two and it was the season that gave us Ozzy, Yul and crazy-blue-eyes Jonathan Penner, three of our favorite male "Survivor" contestants.

Candice was one of two contestants (along with Penner) to "mutiny." They left Aiutaki, the tribe that included the eventual Final Four (Sundra, Ozzy,
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