01:24 — Hannah is happy to have Gen-X members on her new Ikabula tribe.
01:25 — Bret explains why he hopes his new Ikabula tribe will win the next Immunity Challenge.
01:23 — Taylor and Figgy enjoy snuggling when their other tribe mates are away.
06:01 — The tribe members feel there needs be connections made between Gen-Xers and Millenials. Unfortunately one member is on the outside looking in.
09:30 — This challenge calls for strong swimmers and good aim.
01:55 — Ken reveals why he is happy with his new Takali tribe.
01:58 — CeCe is disappointed that she is going to Tribal Council once again.
01:22 — Jessica explains the positive points of her new Takali tribe.
03:18 — Will reveals his thoughts about the tribe switch.
02:19 — Jay reveals why he can relate to Michaela crying over the fire.
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01:24 — Taylor misses not being able to show his affection to Figgy.
02:17 — Sunday is used to working with Millennials and hopes this will help her game.
02:33 — Figgy gives her thoughts on the tribe switch.
01:42 — Michaela reveals the good and bad things about her new Ikabula tribe.
02:20 — Zeke is delighted to have a new ally in the game.
01:55 — David talks about the Immunity Challenge and the upcoming Tribal Council.
01:43 — Michelle is worried that she will be voted out at Tribal Council.
01:36 — Chris is not pleased with his tribe's performance in the Immunity Challenge.
06:02 — CeCe reflects on her time in the game after she exits SURVIVOR: MILLENNIALS VS GEN-X.
05:03 — Jeff surprises the castaways a tribe switch instead of a challenge.
02:47 — David shares his thoughts on his new Vanua tribe.
03:03 — Michaela saves the day when she catches fire at camp.
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- Premiered: May 31, 2000
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: The show that launched a cultural (and ratings) phenomenon, and still arguably the class of the reality genre, what executive producer Mark Burnett prefers to call 'nonscripted drama.' It began with 16 people marooned on an island, working together to surv… (more)
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