Survivor: China

2007, TV Show

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Survivor's James Clement Gets Bucket List Wish with Young and the Restless Cameo

Two-time Survivor fan favorite winner James Clement, who didn't make it far on this year's Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, is a big fan of The Young and the Restless. In the episode, airing Friday on CBS, the 32-year-old gravedigger will play a cop alongside series stars Greg Rikaart, Peter Bergman, Eric Braeden and Joshua Morrow.  After watching the series for more than two decades (and even scheduling his college classes around the show), James says he's an even bigger fan after his cameo. "Just the fact that I was there makes me relate to it and love the show more," he says. "I had a great time. I can take that off my bucket list now...  Read Full Article

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Survivor's James Clement Gets Bucket List Wish with Young and the Restless Cameo

Two-time Survivor fan favorite winner James Clement, who didn't make it far on this year's Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, is a big fan of The Young and the Restless. In the episode, airing Friday on CBS, the 32-year-old gravedigger will play a cop alongside series stars Greg Rikaart, Peter Bergman, Eric Braeden and Joshua Morrow.  After watching the series for more than two decades (and even scheduling his college classes around the show), James says he's an even bigger fan after his cameo. "Just the fact that I was there makes me relate to it and love the show more," he says. "I had a great time. I can take that off my bucket list now... read more

Survivor's Amanda: I'll Never Play the Game Again

In addition to helping Survivor celebrate 10 years and 20 seasons on Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, China and Micronesia finalist Amanda Kimmel celebrated an important personal feat during her time on Samoa: She became the first player to reach 100 days of the game. Unfortunately, the third time was not the charm for Amanda, who fell short of making it to her third tribal council. Looking back at her reality TV career, Amanda says she's proud of what she's accomplished, but has zero plans to return for round four. "My Survivor career is over," she says. The 25-year-old Kimmel spoke with TVGuide.com about her biggest mistakes, why she felt the game "got too crazy" and why she won't... read more

Survivor's Courtney: I'm Proud to Have Been on Russell's Team

After spending many challenges on the bench, Courtney Yates joined Benjamin "Coach" Wade on the jury bench after getting voted out of Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains on Thursday. After narrowly avoiding elimination last week, when ally Sandra Diaz-Twine persuaded Russell Hantz to go another way, Courtney says her ouster came as no surprise, even though it stings right before the merger between the two tribes. The 29-year-old Yates spoke with TVGuide.com about Sandra's underestimated strength as a player, her feelings about Russell and why Jeff Probst was... read more

Survivor "Lunch Lady" Cooks Up Apology, Cedes $50K

In the wake of the flap she caused by negatively spinning the circumstances of her back-home job situation during Sunday's Survivor: China reunion show, Denise Martin has issued a mea culpa, saying, "I would like to apologize to Mark Burnett, Jeff Probst, CBS, [school superintendent] Nancy Lane, the Town of Douglas [Mass.] and my friends and family. It was not my intention to mislead anyone. I take full responsibility for my actions and hope that you can find it in your hearts to forgive me."As for the $50,000 in feel-better funds she was surprised with by host man Jeff Probst, Martin says, "I do not feel comfortable about accepting [it]. I would instead ask that it be donated to the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation." A CBS rep confirms that the money will indeed be earmarked for the charity.Related:• Survivor's "Lunch Lady" Served Up Lies, Says School read more

The Latest Sole Survivor, Todd, on How He Won the Million Bucks

On Sunday's season finale of Survivor: China, Todd Herzog, the 22-year-old flight attendant from Pleasant Grove, Utah, beat out his two biggest allies, Courtney and Amanda, to win the grand prize. The next day, he told TVGuide.com about his strategy, those immunity idols and what he plans to do next. TVGuide.com: Congratulations! So tell the truth — did you pretty much know you were going to win?Todd Herzog: I had no idea. I thought it was Courtney — for months I thought it was her. She surprised everybody. She came out there expecting to go home first, second or third, and instead she made it to the final three. This girl did an amazing job for the kind of person she is; she just took everybody by complete surprise. When it came down to the final vote, she owned at tribal council. Between me and her, we both did a really good job answering questions, and I felt kind read more

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Premiered: September 20, 2007, on CBS
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Premise: The 15th edition of the reality series strands 16 castaways in China's Jiangxi Province to vie for the $1 million first-place prize. Initially, everyone comes together in Shanghai before attending a Buddhist ceremony. Next, the contestants are split into two tribes (Fei Long, Zhan Hu) and marooned on two islands on Zhelin Lake. By winning a reward challenge, tribes are allowed to kidnap an opposing player who brings a clue to the location of a hidden immunity idol at the camp.

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