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Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X Episode 12 Stats


Each week Inside Survivor contributor Rob Brodeur will be collecting various Survivor related statistics and information based off the latest episode of Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X.

Vote-out

  • Zeke was voted out 5-0.
    • Hannah received four votes that were negated by Adam playing his idol for her.
  • Everyone that voted against Hannah and Zeke in the previous episode voted the same way this episode with the exception of Will, who swapped from Hannah to Zeke.
    • Every time Zeke has received votes, David, Ken, and Adam were one of them.
    • Every time Hannah has received votes, Bret, Sunday and Jay were one of them.
  • This is the second episode in a row where Hannah and Zeke were the only people to receive votes.
    • It is also the second episode in a row with an unsuccessful idol play.

Confessionals

  • Will had the most confessionals in this episode with 7.
    • This is only two fewer confessionals than the total number he’s had up to this episode.
  • Bret and Sunday did not receive any confessionals this episode.

Hidden Immunity Idol

  • This season is tied with Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains with most idols played on someone who wasn’t the finder of the idol.
    • In HvV, Russell played an idol on Parvati, and Parvati played one on Sandra and one on Jerri.
    • In MvGX, Adam played an idol on Hannah, and David played one on Ken and one on Jessica.
  • Adam is the third player to play a hidden immunity idol on someone else at tribal council while holding individual immunity.
    • Ozzy played one on Whitney in Survivor: South Pacific.
    • Tyson gave one to Gervase to play on himself in Survivor: Blood vs. Water.
      • In all three cases, the person who got the idol played on them wouldn’t have gone home in that episode due to someone else receiving more votes.

Tribes

  • David is the only remaining post-swap Vanua member remaining.
    • Nobody from Ikabula has been eliminated post-merge so far.
  • There are 4 Millennials and 4 Gen Xers left.

Reward Challenges- “Rope-A-Dope.”

  • Everyone remaining has taken part in a reward.
    • Sunday is the only person to take part in every post-merge reward so far.
  • This challenge has previously been seen in Guatemala, Tocantins, Heroes vs. Villains, One World, and Philippines.
    • The only other time this was used as a Loved Ones reward challenge was in Survivor: One World.
  • The Final nine is the earliest a Loved Ones visit has taken place. *Survivor: Redemption Island technically had ten players, but four of those were inhabitants of Redemption Island.

Immunity Challenges- “Push Me, Pull You.”

  • This challenge was previously seen on Survivor: Nicaragua.
  • In five episodes, the individual immunity winner has been a different person each time.

Ratings

Title

  • The episode title “About to Have a Rumble” was said by Will when he saw Ken going to talk to Jay after their conversation about Ken being the target.

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.



  • Red

    Has anyone ever gone home in an episode that they had 0 confessionals?

    • Rob Brodeur

      Joanna Ward – Amazon
      Morgan McDevitt – Guatemala
      Rita Verreos – Fiji
      Courtney Yates & Candice Cody – Heroes vs. Villains
      Leif Manson – One World
      Michael Snow – Caramoan
      Erik Reichenbach – Caramoan (medevaced)
      Wes Nale – San Juan Del Sur
      Terry Dietz – Cambodia (left game due to his son’s medical emergency)
      Caleb Reynolds – Kaoh Rong (medevaced)

      Note: Lots of people from Redemption Island/South Pacific/Blood vs. Water got confessionals in their vote-out episodes, but not in the episode they lost a duel.

      • Red

        Didn’t Terry get one when he left?
        And I think Yau-Man in FvF didn’t either (Saw that after posting the question)

        • Rob Brodeur

          Yes, I missed Yau-Man in FvF.
          Also, I think Terry’s wasn’t counted in the confessional chart I saw due to it not being set up in the typical confessional fashion.

      • GL_Batholites

        You missed :
        – Kim Powers (Africa)
        – Erin Collins (Thailand)
        – Yau-Man Chan (Micronesia)
        – Keith Tollefson (South Pacific, in the episode where he’s voted out)
        – Katie Collins (Blood vs. Water, in the episode where she’s rocked out)
        – and 3 people from Cook Islands: Cecilia Mansilla, Brad Virata, and Rebecca Borman, the latter’s last confessional being 3 episodes before her boot (!!!)