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Survivor 35: Heroes v. Healers v. Hustlers
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    Heroes v. Healers v. Hustlers…Huh?!!
    Just like in Season 20, a Hero was voted out first.
    They had to put up with Cole’s constant need for food.
    Alan was part of the Heroes tribe, yet he played like a villain.
    They accidentally put Patrick and Ali in the same game, even though the two went to college together and once lived down the street from one another.
    Rather than conduct a vote at the Final Four Tribal Council, they had Chrissy, winner of the final immunity challenge, receive the unprecedented sole power of selecting one of her tribemates to be immune, while designating the other two to compete in a fire-making challenge for the third spot in the Finals.
    The finale ran so long, that they only had enough time left to talk to four of the players at the Reunion.
    The tribes were initially divided according to each player’s reputation in life.
    There was one tribe of players known for their risk-taking/sacrifice-making, one tribe with players known for helping/rehabilitating others, and one tribe whose players were known for their hard-working ways.
    They introduced several short-term advantages, such as the one that allowed Jessica to disenfranchise Devon at one of his Tribal Councils.
    These advantages, by rule, had to be used, or at least activated, at the very next Tribal following their discovery.
    Eight of the nine individual immunity challenges were won by women.
    The Final Four twist proved to be Ben’s save; had they voted that night, there easily would have been enough votes to eliminate him.
    The Heroes did better against Healers and Hustlers than they previously had done against Villains; the first and second place finishers were both Heroes this time.

Credit: Gregg & battyx3

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