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Season 35 of Survivor CBS. Healers vs. Hustlers premiering on Sept. During Survivor: Heroes vs. She was in obvious pain, and when the medics came to her aid, they told her that they were going to pop it back in place. As they did so, you could hear an awful sound that was like a cross between a crunch and a snap. The sound grossed out some of her fellow castaways — and probably most of the viewers at home. Richard Hatch CBS. Taking it all off while the cameras are rolling has become a recurring theme on the Survivor series.
In Season 1, Richard Hatch decided to play the game in his birthday suit and it disturbed his teammates, but the trend has continued. There have been more than 20 contestants that have gotten naked during their time on the show.
This could be for a number of reasons. Or maybe they just feel free shedding their grimy clothes. Either way, whether it bothers the other castaways or not, look for it to continue in upcoming seasons.
This move is one that really disturbed Aussies and environmentalists everywhere. The move got him into hot water with Australian authorities and forced show producer Mark Burnett to issue a formal apology.
Please know that this was an honest mistake which we deeply regret. Erik Reichenbach Frederick M. He was dehydrated and had an infection, so medical personnel would not let him stay in the game. This was very upsetting for Reichenbach and those rooting for him, as it was the second time that he exited the competition early.
Making matters worse? This time, he was only three days shy of the end. Colton Cumbie CBS. He was a backstabber and directed racial slurs at his teammates. Cumbie shocked viewers when he exited Survivor: One World early and, according to show host Jeff Probst, lied about his illness with a tearful performance to get out of the competition. Joe Dowdle CBS. He was told it was so bad that it could result in a leg amputation or even death if left untreated.
Needless to say he had to leave the competition. But he ended up healing completely and considers himself lucky. Jonathan Penner CBS. Penner was given antibiotics, but his injury only got worse. The last thing he wanted to do was leave the game, but the medics said that if he did not, his leg might have to be amputated.
Penner may not have won the competition, but he kept his leg. James Clement CBS. The medics said the infection was so serious that there was a chance it could spread to the rest of body. Johnny Fairplay CBS. Of course, villain Jonny Fairplay made our countdown.
The moment Fairplay crossed the line from extremely annoying to disturbing was when he went as far as to lie and say that his grandmother died — all in order to gain sympathy from the other contestants.
Who does that?! It was such a twisted lie that it got him banned from many Survivor events. Cydney Gillion CBS. Debbie Wanner was the first to go down, but medics were able to cool her off. The former Big Brother contestant was airlifted from the beach and taken out of the competition.
While this was going on, Cydney Gillon collapsed too and needed medical attention. At that point, no one knew what was going to happen or who might fall next, making it a bit difficult for viewers to take in as well. A moment that totally disturbed and horrified contestant Sue Hawk in Survivor: All-Stars is when Hatch the Season 1 winner who loves to play the game naked rubbed up against her while nude. It happened as the two were on a balance beam obstacle, ahd Hatch took a step towards her so their bodies touched. Russel Swan CBS.
He needed oxygen and his blood pressure was dangerously low. Therefore, he was unable to continue the competition. Michael Skupin Frederick M. Season 2 contestant Michael Skupin screamed in agony when he burnt himself while tending to a campfire. In an effort to relieve the burns he sustained, Skupin jumped into a river. His wounds were so serious that he had to be taken out of the competition. Zeke Smith CBS. Varner was about to be booted from the game, and, in a cruel and desperate move, he decided to out Smith at Tribal Council.
The reaction from the others was disbelief that Varner did that, and he was sent packing. The Utah native began to experience excruciating pain after a creepy crawler made its way into her ear canal and decided to stay there. Despite her extreme discomfort and knowing that this thing was crawling around inside her, Lanzetti stayed in the competition. The worm eventually came out of her ear on its own.