Survivor Second Chance Tribe Divisions

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Survivor: Cambodia – Second Chance wrapped up filming on July 8 and the cast returned home to the US on July 9. We recently revealed the tribe colors and tribe names that will start the game on Season 31. Today, Inside Survivor can exclusively reveal the Survivor Second Chance tribe divisions. Below we have allocated each contestant to their respective tribe.


The Bayon tribe, who will wear pink/magenta, is comprised of – Andrew Savage, Jeremy Collins, Joe Anglim, Keith Nale, Stephen Fishbach, Ciera Eastin, Kass McQuillen, Kimmi Kappenberg, Monica Padilla, and Tasha Fox.



The Ta Keo tribe, who will wear green, is comprised of – Jeff Varner, Spencer Bledsoe, Terry Deitz, Vytas Baskauskas, Woo Hwang, Abi-Maria Gomes, Kelly Wiglesworth, Kelley Wentworth, Peih-Gee Law, and Shirin Oskooi.

Filming for Survivor: Cambodia – Second Chance took place on Koh Rong island between May-July and the conditions have been described as brutal. The season will air on CBS from September 23. Stick with Inside Survivor for all the latest news on Survivor Second Chance.

Can’t wait until September? Check out our Survivor Second Chance interviews here and Second Chance Cast Retrospectives.


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Martin Holmes

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26 responses to “Survivor Second Chance Tribe Divisions”

  1. I think Ta Keo is gonna dominate team challenges so I fear for Kass, Kimmi & Stephen on Bayon for early boots. Looking forward to this so much!

  2. My prediction was pretty close! I had expected Kass and Spencer, as well as Jeff and Kimmi together. I had those 2 pairs on Ta Keo, and Abi and Kelley Wentworth flipped too, when/if either Kelly gets voted out, it’ll probably get very confusing!

  3. So, I had these picks: Tribe 1(Bayon): Abi(incorrect), Andrew, Ciera, Jeremy, Joe, Kelley Wentworth(incorrect), Monica, Stephen, Tasha, Woo(incorrect)
    Tribe 2(Ta Keo): Jeff, Kass(incorrect), Keith(incorrect), Kelly Wiglesworth, Kimmi(incorrect), PG, Shirin, Spencer, Terry, Vytas

    14/20, not bad imo

  4. Yey! Ta Keo probably will not see tribal very much. I predict Kass will be Bayon ‘s first boot and Vytas will be the first boot for Ta KEo 🙂

  5. I love these tribes so much. They are perfect! Bayon looks a little stronger physically, but Ta Keo is definitely the tribe I will be cheering for. This season is going to be great.

  6. My prediction was decently close. 8/10 both tribes right.
    But I never foresaw both Kell(e)y’s being on the same tribe! And I definitely thought they would put Spencer & Kass on the same tribe, as well as Jeff & Kimmi together.

  7. Ta Keo is definitely the stronger of the two tribes. But then again, Joe is so athletic that he gives the effort of two tribemates in any challenge.

  8. I’m guessing Shirin and Abi will be early boots on Ta’Keo…weak in challenges, and probably everyone else will get tired of them eventually.

    • On paper, perhaps. But this cast? That’s WAY too kneejerk-ish of a move to vote out the annoying/weak ones, especially for a returnee cast. If that was the case and their tribe loses A LOT, then practically ALL the ladies would be gone in short order. And I sure a heck wouldn’t want that.

      I’d expect that this cast will be a LOT more into taking out the “bigger fish” early on (read: huge game-threats) over “minor inconveniences.” (read: weak/annoying)

  9. On June 10th I was bored and divided the 20 survivors into two tribes. If these tribes are correct I picked them 100%.

  10. When it comes to Brawn, Bayon wins, hands down. 6 of them were referred to as “Challenge beasts” in their seasons. Yet that tribe is full of Alpha males and some annoying people (Kass and Kimmi); so I could actually see them pulling an Ozzy and throwing a really early immunity before going on a run of wins. But Ta Keo is a tribe of social fan favourites (mostly). I can totally see an alliance on Ta Keo with Spencer, Kelly (SJDS), Peigh-Gee, Shirin, and maybe Vytas. Just the brainy people pretty much.

    • Well, team cohesion can often trump having the most challenge beasts, and “challenge beast” can be a deceptive title, because people who are good in individual challenges may not be as good in tribal challenges. Many tribal challenges require the tribe to work together as a cohesive unit, and when there’s significant personality conflict, a lack of leadership, or one key member who is a total dumbass, the tribe with the challenge beasts can lose to the superficially weaker tribe. Take, for example, the Heroes tribe vs. the Villains tribe. On the surface, the Heroes tribe seemed like they’d have the edge, but they worked together poorly, and were terrible at puzzles largely due to coordination mishaps and stupid arguments. So it goes. Which team will have the least conflict? It’s hard to say, but I’d actually give Bayon the edge. Both teams have volatile personalities, but Bayon just seems like a more positive group. They’ll lose an early challenge or two and boot Kass and/or Kimmi, and then crush it over a dysfunctional Ta Keo.

  11. I’m so excited for this season. Prove me wrong, but from what I’m seeing on how the tribes are distributed, I have a feeling this season is going to be like a mixture of All-Stars and Heroes VS Villains. I think the idea is genius! Now we’ll just have to see if there will be any tribe switches or not. (Rooting for Borneo Kelly by the way. I liked her in the first season.)

  12. Although Kass is a crappy player, I hope she goes far. Entertaining as hell and WILL cause drama. Not sure which tribe il root for, so many people scattered around!

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