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Survivor: Edge of Extinction Player of the Week (Episode 12)


Vote now for your Player of the Week!

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Each week here on Inside Survivor we will be running a fan poll to determine the Player of the Week. Readers can vote for the player that impressed them the most with their strategic gameplay, social skills, and overall performance. The poll will close on the following Wednesday.

In the twelfth episode of Survivor: Edge of Extinction, we saw the elimination of Ron Clark, the 46-year-old Teacher from Atlanta, GA. Vote now for your Player of the Week. Last week’s winner was Lauren with 187 Votes (33.88%).

Weekly Results

Week 1: Kelley Wentworth
Week 2: Lauren O’Connell
Week 3: Aubry Bracco
Week 4: Kelley Wentworth
Week 5: Victoria Baamonde
Week 6: Julie Rosenberg
Week 7: Dan “Wardog” DaSilva
Week 8: Rick Devens
Week 9: Dan “Wardog” DaSilva
Week 10: Lauren O’Connell

Who is your player of the week?


Martin is a 31-year-old writer from England. He’s represented by Berlin Associates for comedy writing and writes about TV and entertainment, currently for TV Insider, previously ET Canada and Yahoo. A finalist for the Shortlist Sitcom Search in 2012 for “Siblings,” Martin received his BA in English with Creative Writing from The University of Hull.



  • Kirsten Doyle

    Just FYI, you have Victoria’s name under a picture of Ron.

  • Andy Pfeiffer

    I said this on Twitter but… Ron = Victoria?

  • Zack

    I’m beginning to wonder if this season wasn’t all a test-run for a new kind of editing where the eventual winner is mostly buried, occasionally jumping up to make a move or two, and hanging out in goat-land until the finale, when they all the sudden reveal their epic resume, which details all the times the helped to destroy major threats. A new kind of editing. The Victoria Victory edit.

    • James

      I heard from an outside source that Jeff Probst described this season’s edit as something like a murder mystery. And with those, most of the time the most obvious killers (or in this case winners) drop like flies until the true killer is revealed at the end.