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Rodney Lavoie, Jr.
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TV Reality Show Contestant
    Resides in Boston, Massachusetts
    Contestant on 'Survivor 30: Worlds Apart'
    Member of Escameca (Blue Collar) Tribe
    Fourth-place finisher
    General contractor
    He has the same Bostonian accent as Mr. Mariano.
    'Girls need to hold themselves to a higher standard than a guy.'
    At his sister's lesbian wedding, he grinded with her fiancee's mom on the dance floor.
    He named ball-deflater Tom Brady as his inspiration, partly for having a '10' for a wife.
    After losing a reward challenge on the day he turned 25, he lamented on having the worst birthday ever forgetting that a) he is experiencing the opportunity to play 'Survivor' b) Will wasn't even chosen to participate.
    He wore down two flints during the fire-making tie-breaker challenge against Carolyn; both took forever to make any type of flame.
    At least he and Carolyn were successful in making fires - take that Becky and Sundra!
    He compares himself to no past player.
    He has a bachelor's degree.
    He formed a bromance with Joaquin.
    He was the target of a crude 'Yo Mamma' comment from Dan.
    His gay sister died from drug-related causes; he found her body.
    His tattoo honoring her reads 'Dear Natalie, even though I’ll never see you again, you’ll always be my big sister. Love Bubba .'
    His Survivor experience provided a catharsis over his sister's death.
    He cleaned up nicely for the reunion, appearing in an electric blue suit!

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