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Survivor Winners at War Spoilers and Discussion

All they did was win, except when they lost.

We’ve all waited for this season: Survivor Winners at War, pitting 20 former sole survivors against one another for two million bucks.

In total among the survivors, there were 21 total seasons won (thank you, Sandra) and 34 combined seasons played. That’s a lot of days on a reality TV show when adding it all together, and of those who have played, this is a talented collection. Well, for the most part. Winning Survivor is no joke and winning it twice is a bigger deal (again, thank you, Sandra). What would it mean for Sandra to win it a third time? The queen would most definitely stay queen.

See some spoilers below and follow this season with us.

Last Season on…Survivor! Island of the Idols

That was a rough one. For one thing, Janet didn’t win. We also had several real-world issues creep their way into the show, such as issues of race and sexual harassment. The latter became a dominant theme of the season with one particular survivor, who shall remain nameless, getting both handsy and, eventually, himself kicked off the show.

In the end, Tommy Sheehan scored one for redheads everywhere by taking home a very, very predictable victory. They barely tried to conceal Tommy’s “winner edit,” but did on occasion throw some doubt into the mix.

Survivor Winners at War Cast

Survivor Winners at War Cast

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Survivor Winners at War State of the Season

Last updated on February 12, 2020

Survivor Winners at War - 18 Remaining

Survivor Spoilers!

Survivor Winners at War 1st and 2nd Boots: Natalie and Amber

We are two tribal councils into this season and neither Boston Rob nor Sandra have been targets. Hell, not even Parvati, America’s favorite reality television ice queen, drew any attention. Poor Rob, in that his dear Ambuh was sent to Bitter Betty Island, formerly ruled by Reem. His reaction next week should be…worthwhile.

Subplot to watch: Rob and Sandra were playing Survivor against each other last season on Island of the Idols. Sandra knew she was going to be on this season, but claims she did not know Rob would. The game never stops. Then, of course, we have the “Poker Alliance” in which several former winners played on one of those late-night ESPN The Ocho Texas Hold ‘Em games and joked about being in an alliance. Well, well, well. The more Kim protests it’s not a thing, the more the others will be convinced it is.

Before Amber went to Bitter Betty Island, however, Natalie got sent there. She hooked Sandra up with her idol, which is her only memorable moment so far. You know, other than getting voted out first.

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