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Survivor: Ghost Island Episode 11 Stats


Rob Brodeur breaks down all the latest stats from the eleventh episode!

Each week Inside Survivor contributor Rob Brodeur will be collecting various Survivor related statistics and information based off the latest episode of Survivor: Ghost Island.

Tribal Council #1 (Purple team)

  • Jenna was voted out 3-1-0.
    • Donathan had one vote against him but played an idol on himself.
  • Angela is the only person that was eligible to be voted for that didn’t receive votes in this episode, between both tribal councils.
    • Despite this being Angela’s sixth time at tribal council, this was only the second time she actually voted for the person that went home.
      • Both people she voted out were from the original Malolo tribe whose names start with “J” (James is the only other person she’s successfully voted out).
  • Jenna, Sebastian, Kellyn and Laurel all got their first votes in this episode.
    • As of this episode, everyone from the original Malolo tribe has received at least one vote against them.
  • Jenna is the first person to be voted out at tribal council and immediately sent to the jury bench instead of first going to Ponderosa.
  • There was another voting triangle in this episode.
    • Jenna voted for Donathan.
    • Donathan voted for Sebastian.
    • Sebastian voted for Jenna.
  • Jenna is the second person this season to not have her final words shown, the other was Gonzalez.
    • She’s the third if you count Morgan, as her final words weren’t typical final words, but her willing the Legacy Advantage to Domenick.

Tribal Council #2 (Orange team)

  • Michael was voted out 3-0 after a 2-2-1-1 tie vote.
  • Everybody that was eligible to receive votes got voted for at this tribal council.
  • Domenick and Chelsea are the only remaining players to not receive a vote against them.
    • They also both won immunity in this episode.
  • Kellyn is the only person this season to vote for the person that went home at every tribal council she’s attended (Laurel had a perfect voting record before tonight).
    • It’s not considered a perfect voting record, as she voted for Laurel in the first vote, then voted for Michael in the re-vote.
  • Domenick is the only person at the orange tribal council to vote for someone and not receive a vote back from them, as he had immunity.
    • Wendell voted for Michael, and Michael voted for Wendell. Kellyn voted for Laurel, and Laurel voted for Kellyn.

Twist

  • This is the first time the double elimination twist has been used since South Pacific.
    • Since South Pacific had redemption island in play, this is the first double elimination twist since Cook Islands where two people were officially eliminated.
      • Since the Cook Islands twist happened pre-merge, this is the first time post-merge in which a double elimination twist resulted in two people being officially eliminated.
  • This is only the second time in which a merge tribe was split into two separate “tribes.”
    • The first time was in Fiji, but only one tribe went to tribal council.
      • Both times this “merge tribe split” happened, the season was filmed in Fiji.

Ghost Island/ Twist

  • This is the second episode where nobody went to Ghost Island.
    • It’s the third episode where nobody was sent to Ghost Island after losing a challenge, as Chris voluntarily went to get an idol in the merge episode.
  • The extra vote advantage has only been used successfully in a majority vote in Game Changers. Both Debbie and Sarah successfully used their extra vote advantage to vote out Ozzy and Michaela, respectively.
    • In Worlds Apart and Cambodia the person who used the extra vote was voted out at that tribal council.
      • Dan used it to vote for Carolyn and was voted out.
      • Stephen used it to vote for Joe & Abi-Maria and he was voted out.
    • In Kaoh Rong, Tai used it to vote for Michele, but they both stayed in the game.
    • In Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers, Lauren was voted out before she could use it.
    • In Ghost Island, Kellyn used it to vote twice for Laurel as part of a split-vote plan, but Michael was voted out instead.

Hidden Immunity Idol

  • Domenick found Jay’s fake hidden immunity idol which was made by David Wright in Millennials vs. Gen X.
    • Despite the previous fake idol (the f***ing stick) that was found by Michael this season maturing into a real hidden immunity idol, Jay’s fake idol is still a fake idol.

Confessionals

  • Kellyn had the most confessionals this episode with 6.
  • Jacob, who was eliminated in Episode 2 had more confessionals (14) than Chelsea (3) and Sebastian (7) combined.
  • Angela and Chelsea had 0 confessionals this episode.
  • Chelsea still hasn’t had a post-merge confessional.
    • Domenick has had 42 confessionals, which is 14 times the amount of confessionals Chelsea had.

Immunity Challenge – “Crocodile Rock”

  • This is a new challenge, and it was named after a song by Elton John.
  • This is the first time where two immunity necklaces were available post-merge without there being a guaranteed male and female winner.
  • Domenick is the first male to win individual immunity this season.
    • He’s also the first male to win individual immunity since Cole in Episode 9 of Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers.
  • Chelsea is the first person to win individual immunity twice this season.
    • She’s won 4 out of the 6 challenges that have been played post-merge.

Ratings

Episode Title

  • The episode title “The Finish Line is in Sight” was said by Domenick referring to the fact that it’s almost the end of the game.

Rob is 30 years old from Boston, MA. He studied Architectural Engineering at college and has been following Survivor since the first season. He is married and has a dog named Snoopy. He also hosts Survivor ORGs (Online Reality Games) on Facebook.



  • Ace Rodson Igloria

    Isn’t the Tyson-James boot episode in HVV also a double elimination?

    • Ryan Neilson

      That wasn’t a double elimination twist, rather just both tribes going to tribal.

  • Agent__Zigzag

    Love these interesting findings of factual, statistical goodness. Keep up the good work!

    • Rob Brodeur

      Thanks 🙂