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Survivor's Kass on Woo's Million-Dollar Choice: "Some People Are Just Too Good for This Game"

Despite playing Survivor with Tony Vlachos — one of the most disloyal, untrustworthy players in the show's history — Kass McQuillen found herself in the strange position of being the most disliked member of her tribe on Survivor: Cagayan. Why? McQuillen, who came in third for the season, has a theory.

"It's a double standard," she tells TVGuide.com. "A man does what I did and makes it as far as I did, they're a great player. ... Look at Tony."

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Survivor's Woo: "I Feel Like a Millionaire"

Woo Hwang may have essentially given away $1 million during the Survivor: Cagayan finale, but you'd never know it from speaking to him. The Season 28 runner-up says he's still proud of his game, and that his goal was to play with the same traits he values in his everyday life.

"I didn't walk away with the million dollars, but with all the Team Woo fans out there, all the love and support I've been getting about being an inspiration to their life, that I'm a hero to their kids, that they look at me as a role model — wow," Woo tells TVGuide.com. "And to play a game that's so grueling and [requires] lying and cheating and stealing to win a million bucks, to be portrayed as someone who people can to look up to ... deep down inside, I've won it all. I feel like a millionaire already."

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Survivor's Trish: "Tony Has Played the Best Game in Survivor History"

Survivor: Cagayan's Trish Hegarty describes herself as "loyal to a fault." Which is why she would still vote for Tony Vlachos to win the million dollars, even though Vlachos — who had been her ally since Day 1 — betrayed her on Wednesday's episode, casting one of the votes that led to her ouster.

Hegarty tells TVGuide.com she didn't even realize that Tony had burned her until she got to Ponderosa. "To be honest with you, it was a little upsetting when I found out that he wrote my name down," Hegarty said this week. "I thought that everybody had voted me out, but not Tony. ... I figured out really quickly why he did it, knowing that he was probably afraid that he was not going to beat me in the jury. I understood it. I've always understood Tony the whole entire game, from beginning to end, and even now."

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2014 Survivor TV Show Series, Reality Cast Member

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Survivor's Morgan Explains Her Mean Girls Comments: "I'm Not Ageist"

So much for not burning bridges in the Survivor universe!

Survivor: Cagayan's latest castoff, Morgan McLeod, went out in a blaze of glory pettiness Wednesday night, badmouthing fellow contestant Kass McQuillen for being "bitter," "ugly" and "40." (¡Que horror!)

Reflecting on her comments this week, McLeod stops short of saying she regrets making them, but admits that she probably should have thought twice about making some of her remarks... read more

Survivor's Sarah Says Her Elimination Was "A Complete Shock"

Tribal Council on Wednesday's Survivor: Cagayan will likely go down as one of the craziest in the show's history (two immunity idols and a blindside!) But was Kass McQuillen's jaw-dropping decision to flip on her six-person alliance during Wednesday's Survivor a brilliant move that will bring her to the end of the game, or one that will end up coming back to haunt her?

According to Sarah Lacina, who found herself the casualty of Kass' bold decision, it's the latter. "We all had discussed that you ruin all your chances at winning the game if you flip," Sarah tells TVGuide.com. "My honest opinion on why she flipped is [that] she just wanted to create controversy. That was almost number one in her book, and then winning the game was number two."

Check out our full interview with Sarah to find out just how shocked she was about getting voted out, as well as her thoughts on the Blue Bloods alliance she formed with Tony. Plus: Why was Woo allowed to wear shoes during the challenge?

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Survivor's Cliff Robinson On Tribal Tension, Why He Should Have Gone to the Final Three

Cliff Robinson, the latest player to be voted off of Survivor: Cagayan, says he believes he should have made it all the way to the final three. But not for the reasons you may think.

"The conversation of me being a professional athlete or me already having made some money was already being circulated," the former NBA player tells TVGuide.com. "So, to me, it makes the most sense to try to take me to the end with you. Because for the most part, nobody would vote for me."

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