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Probst Dishes: Island Gets Steamy, Stays Baby-free

Dishing on the upcoming season of Survivor, host Jeff Probst tells ET to expect a "love affair" that offers viewers "some of the most intimate footage" the show has "ever had." The new season, Survivor: Micronesia — Fans vs. Favorites, premieres Feb. 7 on CBS at 8 pm/ET.Although Probst promises that the affair will be "consummated" in a "Survivor way" (a torch-lit evening with champagne and a big tent?), there won't be any island offspring to look forward to next season if tribes use all of their tools, which include the modern convenience of contraceptives. "We don't want to have any Survivor babies," he said. Word to CBS: Way to shoot yourself in the series-longevity foot; that could've been the ticket to "Survivor: Family Edition." — Anna DimondRelated:• Survivor: Micronesia Preview! Meet the Players!

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Dishing on the upcoming season of Survivor, host Jeff Probst tells ET to expect a "love affair" that offers viewers "some of the most intimate footage" the show has "ever had." The new season, Survivor: Micronesia - Fans vs. Favorites, premieres Feb. 7 on CBS at 8 pm/ET.
Although Probst promises that the affair will be "consummated" in a " Survivor way" (a torch-lit evening with champagne and a big tent?), there won't be any island offspring to look forward to next season if tribes use all of their tools, which include the modern convenience of contraceptives.
"We don't want to have any Survivor babies," he said. Word to CBS: Way to shoot yourself in the series-longevity foot; that could've been the ticket to "Survivor: Family Edition." - Anna Dimond
Related:
" Survivor: Micronesia Preview! Meet the Players!