Bob published his autobiography in 2009 titled "Making Waves: The Stories of Maine's Bob Crowley" but was not allowed to mention his involvement with "Survivor". It was later discovered that Bob had previously taught Julie Berry (from "Vanuatu"). He would later retire from teaching in August 2009.
Sugar joins Kelly Wiglesworth from Borneo, and Courtney Yates and Amanda Kimmel from China as the only players ever to reach the final without a single vote cast against them during the course of the season and not win the game.
Jessica "Sugar" Kiper did not have a single vote cast against her all the way to the final, and received no votes to win at the final. Thus, she holds the unique distinction of playing an entire season without her name being written down at any Tribal Council.
At age 58, Bob becomes the oldest "Survivor" winner and is also now the oldest player ever to reach a final, surpassing Kim Johnson of "Africa" (season 3), who was 56 at time of filming. Bob is also the sixth parent and fourth father to win the game, the first in either category since Tom Westman from Palau. He is also the first married winner since Tom.
After the jury's votes are read, Bob is the winner of the one million dollars.
Kenny is voted out and Matty is eliminated after a fire-making tie breaker.
Bob wins the first immunity and Susie wins the second.
In some markets, this show was delayed by 30 minutes due to a Steeler vs Raven NFL CBS football game.