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Survivor Eqypt: Second ChanceTwenty previous players have begun the adventure of a lifetime once again. All twenty cast members have one thing in common, they all lost the game the first time as a result of an unforeseen twist in the game. Who will be the ultimate survivor? The fourteenth castaway will leave the game on June 11th. 7 are left. Who will be voted off next?











Aaron Reisberger Alexis Jones Andrew Savage Angie Jakusz Bruce Kanegai Dan Barry Gretchen Cordy Jenny Guzon-Bae Joe Kelly Sharbaugh
Laura Morett Lindsey Richter Marcus Lehman Mike Skupin Michelle Yi Paschal English Russell Swan Sarah Jones Silas Gaither Stacy Kimball




The cast includes:
Survivor
Season
Reason For Inclusion
Stacy Kimball
Stacy Kimball
Survivor: Fiji ~> 6th Place
Survivor Egypt: Second Chance - Survivor
Stacy lost the game the first time only because of the idol that Yau-Man played at the final six tribal council. If the idol were not in play, Yau-Man would have had the majority of the votes and Stacy would have survived. In this situation, she would have had a decent chance at making it to the final tribal council, and with friends of hers like Lisi on the jury, she could have even won over some jury votes.

Current Status: 8th Voted Out, Day 18
Bruce Kanegai
Bruce Kanegai
Survivor: Panama ~> 7th Place
Survivor Egypt: Second Chance - Survivor
Bruce was medically evacuated from the game do to a clogged digestive system on day 26. There was nothing he could have done to prevent this, and he really deserves another chance. If he had not been taken out, he had a decent chance of making it farther as at least Danielle planned to keep him around. With friends in his corner and the fact that he was not a challenge threat, he could have done much better.

Current Status: 1st Voted Out, Day 3
Lindsey Richter
Lindsey Richter
Survivor: Africa ~> 11th Place
Survivor Egypt: Second Chance - Survivor
Lindsey started off the game in Africa on the divided Samburu tribe, which was split four-four between the old and the young. On day 9, her clique gained the majority, and she looked to be set to make it to the merge, but a tribal shuffle occurred, the first one in survivor history. This switch put Lindsey in a three-three split at the new Samburu camp. When they visited tribal council, it was a tie and she was sent home because of previous votes against her. Had the switch never happened, she would have made at least the merge. She had no way to prepare for this twist, and as a result, deserves another chance.

Current Status: 13th Voted Out, Day 31, 3rd Jury Member
Michael Skupin
Mike Skupin
Survivor: Australia ~> 11th Place
Survivor: The Australian Outback
Michael was medically evacuated on day 17 after falling into the fire and severely burning his hands. Had he not injured himself he would have made it to the merge either from Kucha winning immunity, or because his alliance with Elisabeth and Rodger were planning on voting out Jeff so that at the merge, no Kucha members would have votes against them that Ogakor would no about so the tie could not be broken from previous votes. In this circumstance Kucha would have had a good chance at gaining the majority, and Michael had a great shot at winning.

Current Tribe: Keluarga
Laura Morett
Laura Morett
Survivor: Samoa ~> 10th Place
Survivor: Samoa
At the final ten Laura found herself facing a tie vote. Under the rules used during the first three seasons, the person with the most previous votes against them would have gone home. If this were still the rule Laura would have stayed, as she had received no votes up to that point. She was only voted out, because of the purple rock, which scared John from forcing a tie. Had the purple rock not been a factor this season, John would have stayed loyal and Laura would have faced off against Natalie to build fire, with a decent chance of staying in the game and a good shot at winning.

Current Status: 4th Voted Out, Day 11
Paschal English
Paschal English
Survivor: Marquesas ~> 4th Place
Survivor: Marquesas
Paschal is the only person to even get their torch snuffed at tribal council without having ever received a vote against him. He had made it to the final four, with a very good shot at winning against any of the other three. He left the game, however, because of the purple rock, which he was unlucky enough to draw at the final four when there was a deadlocked tie.

Current Status: 5th Voted Out, Day 14
Michelle Yi
Michelle Yi
Survivor: Fiji ~> 10th Place
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Michelle was voted out at the final ten after the merged tribe, Bula Bula, was split up for the immunity challenge. She was unlucky enough to end up with a group of people of which none were her close allies. When her side lost the immunity challenge, they were not allowed to speak until tribal council, so she didn't' even have a chance to stratagize and find a way out of this predicament. Had she stayed, she would have gone very far, as sh was in the majority alliance. She left in one of the worst and most unfair twists ever, and that's not what Survivor is about.

Current Tribe: Keluarga
Andrew Savage
Andrew Savage
Survivor: Pearl Islands ~> 10th Place
Survivor: Pearl Islands
Andrew had a large amount of control before the merge in Morgan. He was in a tight four person alliance with Tijuana, Ryan O., and Osten. Had the outcast twist never occurred, the Morgan tribe would have stuck together, and Osten might not have quit. If Osten had quit anyways, Andrew would have at least made it one spot further and been on the jury, but if Osten had stuck with them, Darrah would have stayed loyal, and they would have had a good shot at doing very well, as Jon and Shawn would not have stayed loyal to Drake for very long with the tight bond between Sandra, Christa, and Rupert. He set himself up great to do well, but only got the boot so soon because of one of the most unpredictable twists ever.

Current Status: 11th Voted Out, Day 27, 1st Jury Member
Gretchen Cordy
Gretchen Cordy
Survivor: Borneo ~> 10th Place
Survivor Borneo
Gretchen played on the first season and was on the very naive Pagong tribe that was playing a very different game from Tagi. Pagong was voting based on who they got along with, whereas Tagi was looking at the game strategically. Gretchen became their first victim post merge in a very surprising boot, that she didn't see coming. She was awesome at survival, and if she were to play again, she could make it far simply based on how much of an asset that she is. If the game had progressed with everyone playing the way she assumed she would, she would have placed much better.

Current Tribe: Keluarga
Joe Dowdle
Survivor Egypt: Second Chance - Survivor
Survivor: Tocantins ~> 10th Place
Survivor: Tocantins
Joe found himself medically evacuated right after the merge. If he had stayed, he would certainly have survived that tribal council, as Brendan was the primary target, and based on how well the rest of Jalapao did, he had a decent shot at winning.

Current Tribe: 6th Voted Out, Day 15
Jenny Guzon-Bae
Jenny Guzon-Bae
Survivor: Cook Islands ~> 10th Place
Survivor: Cook Islands
On day 24 Jenny went to tribal council with the rest of Rarotonga and voted out Rebecca. Then her tribe was informed that they had to vote again and that another person would be voted out. With no time to stratagize, Jenny's torch was snuffed. If this surprise boot had not occurred, she would have made the merge with a majority tribe and would have had a good chance making it far into the game either with Raro or by switching over to Becky and Yul, her friends from Puka Puka. Either way, she seemed to have been in a fairly good position.

Current Status: 7th Voted Out, Day 15
Silas Gaither
Silas Gaither
Survivor: Africa ~> 12th Place
Africa Logo
Silas was the leader of the majority alliance on Samburu in Africa before the swap. He was in a great position to make the merge. Then the first swap in survivor history happened and he ended up on a tribe with none of his previous allies and was voted out at the next tribal council. He had no way of preparing for this swap, as it had never happened before so he had no reason to predict it. If the switch had not occurred, he would likely have finished in ninth or tenth, as whoever survived out of Teresa and Frank would have switched over to Boran after the merge putting him in the minority, however he was very strong and as a result could have gone on an immunity run.

Current Status: 12th Voted Out, Day 30, 2nd Jury Member
Alexis Jones
Alexis Jones
Survivor: Micronesia ~> 6th Place
Survivor: Micronesia Logo
Alexis became the second victim of the hidden immunity idol, when she was voted out by Parvati and Amanda after Amanda pulled the idol out. Not only is the concept of the idol itself not exactly fair, but the idol was hidden in such a way that Alexis had a reasonable excuse for assuming Amanda did not have it. If Amanda had not found the idol, she would have been voted out, or Cirie would have switched her vote and Natalie, Parvati, and Cirie would have pulled rocks, either way Alexis would have made at least the final five, where she would have had a decent shot at making it to the end as everyone was mainly targeting Erik.

Current Tribe: Keluarga
Russell Swan
Russell Swan
Survivor: Samoa ~> 14th Place
Survivor: Samoa
Russell Swan was a strong player in Samoa, and if not for his evacuation, Galu would have controlled the game until the end. Russell was their teams leader, and he kept the tribe in order. If he had not left Shambo or one of the Foa Foa four would not have even made the merge, and Galu would have had an even larger numbers advantage. This advantage would not have been overcome as it would have required Foa Foa to vote out four members Galu before a tie would have taken place, and even if they had four idols, the members of Galu would learn to vote for someone more under the radar who would not be in possession of the idol and Foa Foa would have been taken down. Once the end game would have approached, I think Russell S. would have been booted because he would be a huge jury threat, but he would still have made it much farther, and with a second chance I think he could be a dangerous force.

Current Status: 3rd Voted Out, Day 8
Kelly Sharbaugh
Kelly Sharbaugh
Survivor: Samoa ~> 11th Place
Survivor: Samoa
Kelly became the third person ever to be voted out by a hidden immunity idol. She only received four of the eleven votes, but when the idol was played, she was axed. The idol itself may have been found with some degree of producer interference (Laura checked in the same place Russell would eventually find the idol before the reward challenge). The people who had won the reward that episode returned from it expecting the opportunity to search for the idol, which they had received a clue for, but the idol was hidden during the reward challenge, and it was found before they returned. Since they assumed it had just been hidden, and did not see Russell searching for the idol, they did not expect him to play it so soon. Kelly paid the price. She had a great shot at winning, being tight with both the men and the women, but was cut short and left Survivor: Russell way too soon.

Current Tribe: Keluarga
Marcus Lehman
Marcus Lehman
Survivor: Gabon ~> 10th Place
Survvior Gabon Logo
Marcus had set himself up in a great position on Kota. He had an alliance of five with Charlie, Bob, Corinne, and Randy, and he had a reasonably strong enough hold on Susie to get her to vote with him at the merge. Had the merge happened when it should have, his alliance would have been half of the new tribe, and either a tie would have occurred, or Susie would stay loyal and one of the members of Fang would have gone home. It is also very possible that Matty would switch sides, as the rest of his tribe had just blindsided Ace without telling him, so he couldn't have trusted them very much. Either way, he could have gotten a lot farther, and the switch really screwed over the game that he was playing.

Current Tribe: Keluarga
Angie Jakusz
Angie Jakusz
Survivor: Palau ~> 13th Place
Survivor: Palau
Angie played fairly well in Palau. After a rocky start she managed to work her way into Ulong, forming an alliance with Stephenie and James, and became one of her tribes more successful individuals in the challenge. If Ulong had not lost so often, she could have done great. At tribal council on day 12, Ibrehem was the unanimous decision on Ulong as to who was going home, but Koror was given the opportunity to throw a wrench into their plans, and so they did. As a result, Angie, Stephenie, and James did not get the chance to reevaluate, and Angie was sent home. If Ibrehem had gone home as planned, the next boot on Ulong would have been Bobby Jon, if the alliance of three had stuck together, or James, as he was the weakest. In either situation, I would say Stephenie and Angie would be the last two Ulong. It is also possible, that they could have actually won an immunity if Angie had stayed.

Current Status: 9th Voted Out, Day 21
Aaron Reisberger
Aaron Reisberger
Survivor: China ~> 12th Place
Survivor: China Logo
Aaron was in the best position on Fei Long before the swap. He had a tight alliance with Todd and Amanda, and he seemed to be well liked by the rest of his tribe. Then he was screwed over by the swap, and ended up on Zhan Hu in the minority. The girls on Zhan Hu proceeded to throw the immunity challenge and vote him off. He had no chance to win immunity, and if the tribes did not switch he would have at least made the merge.

Current Tribe: Keluarga
Sarah Jones
Sarah Jones
Survivor: Marquesas ~> 13th Place
Survivor: Marquesas
Before the tribal swap in Marquesas, Sarah was in a four person alliance with Rob, Sean, and Vecepia. She was perceived as the weakest, but her alliance protected her. When the swap happened, she found herself in the minority, and was swiftly booted. Had the switch not occurred the next Maraamu boot would have been Gina, and Sarah would have made it at least three more days. After the point, she most likely would have been in jeopardy, but Maraamu might have turned it around, or she may have been able to convince Rob to force a tie. Either way, she would have made it further.

Current Status: 10th Voted Out, Day 24
Dan Barry
Dan Barry
Survivor: Panama ~> 11th Place
Survivor: Panama
Dan was royally screwed over in Panama. He was in a tight four person alliance with Nick, Austin, and Terry, and Sally was on the chopping block, destined to be the next LaMina voted out. Then, she got sent to Exile Island. and in the process was given immunity. This lead to Dan getting the boot way earlier than he should have. If Sally was at tribal council that night, she would have gone home. Then the two tribes would have merged, and Dan, as the least threatening of the four LaMina's, would have been the last one standing (next to Terry who would likely have maintained his challenge dominance). Dan would have placed eight, or maybe higher if he could built some relationships with Casaya. He was playing a decent game, and had the potential to make it much further.

Current Status: 2nd Voted Out, Day 6


Day #1
The game started off with all twenty survivors being dropped off on one beach without any information. On the second day, an individual immunity challenge was held between the men and between the women. The winner of this immunity would have a key role in determining the tribal makeup, as well as having individual immunity from the first tribal council they visit. On the men's side Marcus was the victor, with Andrew close behind, and for the women Alexis was victorious, with Laura finishing a close second.

After the two winners of individual immunity were determined, the castaways partook in a schoolyard pick to determine the two tribes. The Marcus and Alexis started off on separate tribes and chose one person of the opposite sex each, then their choice chose someone else, and so on and so forth until two tribes of ten had been determined. Alexis started things off by selecting Andrew, then Marcus chose Kelly. Then Andrew got to choose, and Gretchen joined there tribe, and Kelly selected Russell. Gretchen then chose Aaron, Russell chose Laura, Aaron chose Angie, Laura chose Silas, Angie chose Bruce, Silas chose Lindsey, Bruce chose Stacy, Lindsey chose Paschal, Stacy chose Michael, Paschal chose Michelle, Michael chose Jenny, Michelle chose Joe, Jenny chose Dan, and Joe chose Sarah. Alexis' tribe was handed their beige buffs and were named Minya. Michael's tribe was handed their red buffs and were named Asyut. Both tribes were sent to their new beaches, and the game had truly begun.

The tribes were:
Minya

Asyut

Alexis
Immunity Winner
Bruce
5th Male Picked
Marcus
Immunity Winner
Lindsey
5th Female Picked
Andrew
1st Male Picked
Stacy
6th Female Picked
Kelly
1st Female Picked
Paschal
6th Male Picked
Gretchen
2nd Female Picked
Michael
7th Male Picked
Russell
2nd Male Picked
Michelle
7th Female Picked
Aaron
3rd Male Picked
Jenny
8th Female Picked
Laura
3rd Female Picked
Joe
8th Male Picked
Angie
4th Female Picked
Dan
Last Male Picked
Silas
4th Male Picked
Sarah
Last Female Picked


Day #3
On day three the two tribes faced off against each other for the first time, and Asyut won by a long shot. The Minya tribe returned to camp feeling defeated, and as they prepared for tribal council both Bruce and Dan found themselves on the chopping block. In the end, all but Stacy sent Bruce home, and he became the first person voted out of Survivor Egypt: Second Chance.

Day #5
On day five the two tribes met in battle once again, and once again Asyut won the challenge, sending Minya back to camp knowing they were going to loose another member

Day #6
On day six Minya prepared to vote out their second member, with both Dan and Stacy being on the chopping block, because of Dan's weakness in the challenge, and Stacy's ostracizing of herself at the last tribal council by not voting in the majority. When the votes were read, Dan became unanimously voted out of the game.

Day #8
On day eight the two tribes battled for immunity, and Minya showed that they were able to compete against Asyut, when they blew them out of the water to get immunity for the first time. Asyut returned to camp knowing that night one of their members would be voted out. Three tribe members found themselves on the chopping block - Sarah, Russell, and Paschal; Sarah for her laziness, Russell for his ties with Kelly and Laura from playing together in Samoa, and Paschal for the age difference and his weakness in challenges. In the end, everyone, including his past allies Kelly and Laura, opted to vote out Russell.

Day #11
On day eleven the tribes met for another immunity challenge and Minya blew Asyut out for the second time in a row The disgruntled tribe headed back to ca,p with Paschal, Sarah, and Laura on the chopping block. The tribe unanimously settled on Laura, ignoring her strength in challenges, and she was sent packing.

Day #14
On day fourteen Asyut lost their third immunity challenge in a row, and were faced with voting out another member. Back at camp, Paschal and Sarah were on the chopping block once again, Sarah for her laziness and Paschal for his strength, or lack of strength. In the end, the tribe unanimously decided to keep the stronger of the two and booted Paschal.

Day #15
On day fifteen both tribal showed up to the immunity challenge and found out that they would all be visiting tribal council that night and that both tribes would vote somebody out. The contestants would be playing for individual immunity and one person from each tribe would be safe from the vote. Andrew and Marcus ended up winning and securing their safety. On Asyuts beach, Sarah continued to be considered as a good option to boot, but outsider Joe was also being considered. At Minya beach, Jenny and Angie found themselves on the chopping block for their difficulty meshing with the resh of the tribe. In the end, Joe and Jenny were both unanimously voted out.

Day #18
On day eighteen the two tribes faced off once again, and Asyut reigned victorious, leaving a disgruntled Minya headed back to tribal council. The tribe had a difficult decision to make, and both Angie and Stacy found themselves on the chopping block. In the end all but Michael voted for Stacy to leave as she became the eighth person booted from the game.

Day #21
On day twenty-one the two tribes competed once again for immunity, with Asyut coming out on top once again, sending Minya back to tribal council, where Angie, Michael, and Gretchen were on thin ice. Angie was being targetted for her inability to mesh with the tribe, Michael for voting against the majority at the previous tribal council, and Gretchen for her desire to play the game fairly and not make alliances. In the end, the group unanimously ousted Angie, making her the ninth player voted out of Survivor: Egypt.

Day #24
On day tewnty-four Minya finally ended their winnig streak sending Asyut to tribal council where Sarah and Lindsey were on the chopping block for their laziness. When the votes were read, Sarah was unanimously voted out of the game. Immediatly after the vote, the remaining Asyut tribe members were informed that they were merging with Minya and they were given a map to their new camp, and ten green buffs.

Day #25
On day twenty-five the two tribes woke up as one, and decided to name their new tribe Keluarga, which means family.

Day #27
On day twenty-seven the ten remaining castaways competed in their first individual immunity challenge, which was run in three stages. In the first four were eliminated, then four more, and then the last two competed head to head. In the first round Lindsey, Michelle, Silas, and Kelly were all knocked out. In the second round Aaron, Marcus, Alexis, and Gretchen were eliminated, leaving Michael and Andrew. Michael won the first individual immunity. Back at camp it appeared voting was going to be based on tribal lines, but Gretchen and Michael felt that they were on the bottom of Minyas totem pole and that Andrew was too much of a threat, and the other three former Minyas felt the distance beween the two alliances from their tribe growing. When the votes were read, Aaron, Alexis, and Andrew were dissapointed to see Andrew become the first jury member after a 7-1-1-1 vote.

Day #30
On day thirty the remaining nine survivors competed once again for individual immunity, with Marcus winning his third individual immunity, keeping his undefeated streak alive. As the tribe prepared to vote a number of contestants found themselves at risk. Alexis seemed to be the most vulnerable after being on the outside of the previous vote, but in the end the vote changed, leaving a number of players surprised, as Silas was voted out in a 6-3 vote, with Marcus and Michael being left out of the loop.

Day #31
On day thirty-one the final eight contestants competed for individual immunity and for the fourth time in a row Marcus guaranteed his safety. Back at camp, the remaining four Minya members reconciled their differences and realigned, and decided to vote for Lindsey. The former Asyut members though Michael was on board to boot Aaron next after he was left out of the plans at the previous tribal council to boot Silas. Right before tribal Michael told Marcus that he had switched back to Minya, and when the votes were read Lindsey was sent home in a 5-3 vote as both Marcus and Michael voted for Lindsey, leaving Michelle and Kelly on the ouside.

Voting History

Day 3 Day 6 Day 8
Day 11
Day 14
Day 15
Day 18
Day 21
Day 24
Day 27
Day 30
Day 31

Dan
Bruce
Russell
Laura
Paschal
Joe
Jenny
Stacy
Angie
Sarah
Andrew
Silas
Lindsey
Tribe
Minya
Minya
Asyut
Asyut
Asyut
Both
Minya
Minya
Asyut
Keluarga
Keluarga
Keluarga
Aaron Bruce Dan - - -
Jenny
Stacy
Angie
-
Lindsey
Silas
Lindsey
Alexis Bruce Dan - - -
Jenny
Stacy
Angie
-
Gretchen
Silas
Lindsey
Gretchen Bruce Dan - - -
Jenny
Stacy
Angie
-
Andrew
Silas
Lindsey
Kelly - - Russell Laura Paschal
Joe
-
-
Sarah
Andrew
Silas
Aaron
Marcus - - Russell Laura Paschal
Joe
-
-
Sarah
Andrew
Alexis
Lindsey
Michael
Bruce
Dan
-
-
-
Jenny
Angie
Angie
-
Andrew
Alexis
Lindsey
Michelle - - Russell Laura Paschal
Joe
-
-
Sarah
Andrew
Silas
Aaron
Lindsey
-
-
Russell
Laura
Paschal
Joe
-
-
Sarah
Andrew
Silas
Aaron
Silas - - Russell Laura Paschal
Joe
-
-
Sarah
Andrew
Alexis

Andrew
Bruce
Dan
-
-
-
Jenny
Stacy
Angie
-
Michael


Sarah
-
-
Russell
Laura
Paschal
Joe
-
-
Lindsey



Angie
Bruce
Dan
-
-
-
Jenny
Stacy
Gretchen




Stacy
Dan
Dan
-
-
-
Jenny
Angie





Jenny
Bruce
Dan
-
-
-
Angie






Joe
-
-
Russell
Laura
Paschal
Sarah






Paschal - - Russell Laura Sarah






Laura - - Russell Sarah







Russell - - Paschal








Dan Bruce Stacy









Bruce Dan










*squares with bolded outlines indicate individual immunity


Next week the merged tribe will vote off another member.




Who do you think each castaway would vote for?


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