Jerri Manthey

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VIDEO: Check-Out Is at Noon

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Check-Out Is at Noon
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Length: 43:32
Aired: 5/14/2006

The final morning finds the guests packing and reminiscing about their time at the Surreal Life Motel. watch

VIDEO: Check-Out Is at Noon

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Check-Out Is at Noon
Free | Xfinity
Length: 43:32
Aired: 5/14/2006

The final morning finds the guests packing and reminiscing about their time at the Surreal Life Motel. watch

VIDEO: Flo's Final Word

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Flo's Final Word
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Length: 21:01
Aired: 5/7/2006

Florence Henderson dishes out some street therapy to the cast watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
2010 Survivor TV Show Series, Reality Cast Member
2010 Surviving Survivor TV Show Series, Appearing
2009 Star-ving TV Show Series, Actor
2004 The Surreal Life TV Show Series, Reality Cast Member - (Season 1)
2004 Reality TV Secrets Revealed TV Show Series, Remarks by

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Survivor: South Pacific: 3 Reasons We Already Want to Vote the Vets Off the Island

Blindside me once, shame on you. Blindside me twice, shame on me. Blindside me three times? That's what it's coming to on Survivor.

The reality series comes back for Season 23 with two new returning favorites, Oscar "Ozzie" Musth and Benjamin "Coach" Wade, in tow. But after the success of Heroes vs. Villains in 2010 and "Boston Rob" Mariano's applauded Road to Redemption last spring, recruiting beloved former players for another tour of duty is becoming standard practice for the aging competition series. But is it really the right move? As much as we enjoy watching the Russell Hantz's and Jerri "Black Widow" Manthey's have to face (and sometimes apologize for) their past power moves and manipulations, are these familiar faces really adding to the game or detracting from it? We look at three reasons it's time to throw the vets' buffs in the fire once and all... read more

Survivor's Jerri: I Felt Like I Was Playing for the First Time

After becoming one of the first villains in Survivor history on The Australian Outback and her "damaging" experience on All-Stars, Jerri "The Black Widow" Manthey returned to the game for Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains a changed woman. Although she made it to the final four, Jerri fell short of the final Tribal Council after losing the last immunity challenge to Russell Hantz. Manthey spoke with TVGuide.com about how her strategy changed this season, why she almost voted for Russell to win the season and why Sandra Diaz-Twine's win was "poetic justice."

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Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains Winner Revealed

Spoiler Alert: The following reveals the winner of Sunday night's Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains finale.

Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains came down to the final five finalists in competition for the Sole Survivor title and the $1 million prize... read more

Survivor's Candice on Flipping to the Villains' Side: "I Totally Messed Up"

Once a cheater, always a cheater? That's what the Survivor Villains thought when it came to new ally Candice Woodcock, who flipped sides and voted with the Villains to stay in the game. Despite her best efforts to show her loyalty, some of her new allies, particularly Jerri Manthey, believed someone who switched sides that easily could not be trusted. Combine those suspicions with the betrayal felt by the two other remaining Heroes, Colby Donaldson and Rupert Boneham, and Candice was swiftly voted out. Woodcock, 27, spoke with TVGuide.com about why she regrets voting Amanda out, the real story behind her alliance with... read more

Survivor's Coach: "Tyson Was the Beginning of the End"

Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains' Benjamin Wade has been called a lot of things: "Coach," "The Dragon Slayer." But, as his fans and teammates know, you can't call him disloyal. Unfortunately, Coach's honor wasn't enough to save him from elimination. After Tyson Apostol and "Boston" Rob Mariano were both sent packing, Coach was the strongest male left  and therefore a big target for Sandra Diaz-Twine and Courtney Yates, who injured herself in the immunity challenge. Following his ouster, the 38-year-old spoke with TVGuide.com about his alliance with Russell Hantz, his "showmance" with... read more

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