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SURVIVOR: END OF THE DOCK
The Beasts vs. The BamBucas
 
9K survival of the fittest. Row one versus Row two.
 
NOTICE: 3 CONTESTANTS HAVE DROPPED OUT, TYLER, BRANDAN AND STEPHANIE. DUES TO LACK OF MEMBERS IN EACH TRIBE, THE TRIBES HAVE COMBINED. NOW ALL CHALLENGES WILL BE FOR IMMUNITY.
 
HOST: Ryley
CO-HOST: Tay
 
PLAYERS:
 
ROW ONE (The BamBucas):
-Stephen
-Andrew
 
ROW TWO (The Beasts):
-Caitlin
-Katie
 
 
 
VOTED OFF:
 
Day 1: Fahey (R2)
Challenge 1: Mike (R1)
Challenge 2: no one
Challenge 3: no members were voted off, but 3 dropped out.
 
CHALLENGES:
#1: design a flag and think of a tribe name. Victors: Row 2.
#2: hold your arm up for as long as possible. Total time: 1 hour 30 minutes. Victors: draw.
#3: keep silent for as long as possible. Victors: draw.
 
 
MONEY HOLDER: Meredith
 
 
 
 
 
HOW THE GAME WORKS:
It's a school style survivor. Each player puts a quarter into the winnings. Two rows in 9K compete and vote out members of their tribe (row) until only one person in left, the winner. The game is played much like CBS's Survivor. When only two members are left in a tribe, the two tribes merge. When the two tribes merge, the people that have been voted off prior recieve a challenge and get to compete for a chance to come back. The victor of that challenge gets to rejoin the game. Also, when the two tribes merge, the challenges will now be for immunity, not for which tribe gets to vote off a member since there is only one tribe. Challenges will be held every day 1, 3 and 5. The hosts choose the challenge and tells the tribe(s) at the beginning of those days. Even if you are not there you are still involved, you just will not have immunity.  When there are only two members of the merged tribe left, the voted off members come back for the finale. On the finale the voted off members become the jury and get to vote for the winner. Each member of the jury gets to ask one question to see who they will vote for.