Survivor: Kaôh Rōng Episode 12 – Stats and Figures

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

Vote Out/Tribal Council

  • Jason correctly voted with the majority at every pre-merge tribal he went to, but didn’t vote correctly once in the entire post-merge.
    • His voting record was 3/3 pre-merge and 0/5 post-merge.
  • The 5 votes that Jason received this season were each from the final 5 players left in the game.
  • With this tribal council, everyone this season has now received at least one vote, with the exception of Neal and Caleb, who were both medevaced.
  • Tai is the first person to play his extra vote advantage and not be voted out at the tribal council.
    • So far, all three people to get the advantage have misplayed it and the person they voted for was not voted out.


  • With Jason’s elimination, Cydney has become the last remaining Brawn member.
    • Cydney has successfully voted out every member of Totang.

Reward Challenge– Lagoon Labyrinth

  • A yellow team/tribe has won every reward challenge so far up until this episode, in which the blue team won.
  • This is the first time this maze-type challenge has been done on this large of a scale and on the water.
    • It’s also the first time that it was used as a reward, previously it has only been used as a redemption island duel or an immunity challenge.

Immunity Challenge– A Bit Tipsy

  • The first six individual immunity challenges have been won by 6 different people.
    • This is a record in Survivor, passing Borneo (the first five individual immunity challenges had five different consecutive winners).
  • This challenge was previously used in both Blood vs. Water seasons.
    • Cydney is the only woman to win this challenge.



  • The episode title “Now’s the Time to Start Scheming” was said by Jason, while trying to convince Michele and Cydney to vote out Tai.


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.

  • Ratchael

    Kyle’s premerge voting record was 2/3, not 3/3 please. A (supposed) split vote doesn’t count as a successful one.

    • Rob Brodeur

      Yes a split vote does count as a success in a voting record. Especially since he also voted correctly on the re-vote.