Survivor: Kaôh Rōng Player of the Week – Episode 4 (Results)

Each week on Inside Survivor we will be awarding one castaway from the current season the title of Player of the Week. After watching the latest episode fans can vote for which player impressed them the most with their social skills, strategic prowess, craftiness, and creativity. We will keep a tally throughout the season so that we can keep track of who is impressing the most.


Week 1: Jason (14.7%)
Week 2: Caleb (40%)
Week 3: Debbie (42.4%)

Yesterday we opened up a fan poll for the Inside Survivor readers to vote on their player of the week for Episode 4 of Survivor: Kaôh Rōng – Brains vs Beauty vs Brawn. The winner of that poll and Player of the Week is…


Caleb might have exited the game this week due to a tragic medical evacuation but he’s gained his second Player of the Week of the season. Throughout the first four episodes, Caleb has given 100% effort in both camp life and challenges and even struggled through the heat and exhaustion to help the Beauty tribe win the reward challenge this week. Immediately after Caleb completed the challenge he collapsed and was in and out of consciousness. The medical team deemed him unfit to continue and he had to be airlifted to a nearby hospital.

He has shown a solid social game, a strong worth ethic and a challenge dominance. That has earned Caleb his second Player of the Week.

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Full Results:

Caleb 1316 67.8 %
Alecia 227 11.7 %
Cydney 121 6.2 %
Debbie 67 3.5 %
Jason 64 3.3 %
Tai 31 1.6 %
Anna 25 1.3 %
Aubry 17 0.9 %
Joe 17 0.9 %
Peter 16 0.8 %
Julia 12 0.6 %
Michele 9 0.5 %
Scot 9 0.5 %
Nick 8 0.4 %
Neal 3 0.2 %

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  • CJ

    I don’t think that the eliminated people should be included in the Player of the Week poll… it seems to really skew the results.

    • Martin Holmes

      It would be unfair not to though. It’s player of the week and those people were part of the week’s episode. Interestingly, this didn’t happen last season. A boot never topped the poll.

      • Steven

        Caleb wasn’t exactly a “boot”, if you want to look at it like that. He was medevac’d after finishing the challenge for his tribe. I think the results with him were skewed this week just because he’s Caleb, and the episode was really terribly edited. There was almost nothing to base anything on besides the reward/medevac, and Alecia being bullied by the brawn boys some more.

        • Morgan

          That’s just your opinion though. I thought the episode was edited great.

    • Trintex

      Until now I would have agreed. I have never even considered voting for an eliminated player but this week I was choosing between Caleb and Alecia. Alicia because she never gave up even after all the Totang nonsense that she had to put up with. I think most people would have preferred to just go to Ponderosa after the immunity challenge and not have to go back to camp with those vile brawny people who made it very clear that they wanted to get rid of her. Ultimately she did get voted out, whereas Caleb was evacuated. Caleb had been in a stable position beforehand while Alecia’s elimination was, to an extent, a result of her own actions so I ended up voting for Caleb.

    • Ryan

      Please shut up if you don’t know anything,he was medevac,not eliminated by anyone…please respect ,thanks…

      • Morgan

        “Please shut up” “please respect” what.

    • Ben

      It’s the first time an eliminated player has won…

  • Ian

    Is Cydney ever not the player of the week? Come on people, wake up!

  • IRONic

    Jason gets zero credit for standing by Cydney like nobody else would’ve.

  • Dave

    I know he was medivaced, but I can’t really understand how you can award ‘Player of the Week’ to someone who didn’t, y’know, play a good game.

    This week was tricky, given the lack of strategy, but I still think Cydney was the clear frontrunner. That’s arguably two weeks in a row for her…