With the twenty-eighth premiering tonight (with tribes divided by brains, brawn, beauty, and affinity for Mitt Romney), it's time we did something for history and ranked every season so far. But his constant berating of the (admittedly terrible) Zapatera tribe for voting out Russell smacked of the sour grapes of a TV producer, not someone paying attention to the game. One of this season's twists was that the tribes would have to elect a "leader," a completely arbitrary and toothless designation which only functioned to put a target on one person's back.
Plus, her most memorable move was that time that she killed a rat with a stick. :- BEST MOVE : Constantly keeping her alliance mates in check and sticking to the plan; Being a total asset in challenges and winning the key one that finally defeated Sir Ozzy of The Pleasure Dome; Cementing the fake Final 4 alliance that made Cochran so confident to flip in the first place; An EXCELLENT Final Tribal Council performance; “DROP YOUR DAMNED STACK”-gate; Generally just being amazingly dry and hilarious.Three months later, he was re-arrested for having granted two interviews that hadn't been cleared.On October 16, 2009 Hatch was finally released from prison. 1Insufferables (-1 each): Phillip Sheppard, perhaps the single most irritating, infuriating blowhard ever to compete on this show. The whole season had an air of uselessness around it, and we'd have all been better off if CBS had just aired a 30-minute special where Les Moonves wrote Mariano a check. 3Other memorable characters ( 1 each): Blond beach god in service of the Lord, Matt Elrod, whose sweetness and naivety got him voted out twice. The coronation of Boston Rob was a foregone conclusion from the earliest stages, with everybody on the island more than willing to defer to him in all decisions and utterly petrified of making a move against him.Survivor: Outback Survivor Winner | Tina Wesson Survivor' Stats: Won ' Australian Outback.' Where is She Now?