Season 2 Episode 16

Survivor: The Australian Outback - The Reunion

Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM May 03, 2001 on CBS

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  • Interesting reunion.

    Not a bad reunion. There were some interesting moments, but these episodes aren't really that necessary. I'd prefer to have more gameplay shown I guess.

    Jerri and Kel were pretty funny, and the host alluding to them was pretty funny too, although idk why Jeff wasn't there. I didn't realise he didn't do the reunions on the older seasons?

    There were some funny things mentionsed and great info about how the voting went down. But Colby would have won if seriously he just took Keith.
  • It's so corny.

    I thought the first survivor was ok, then season 2 felt it was repetitive. It has lost the charm of the first survivor, this one is just so silly. They same old formula over and over again, it's not a good viewing experience. This show isn't a very good idea but the networks are banking on it because they are earning sponsorhip money from them. But the shows themselves are awful. It's just a waste of everyone's time, they should come up with new shows. the price is right and jeopardy are better shows than survivor, you get nothing out of this show.
  • Bryant Gumbel talks with the 16 survivors to talk about the time they spent there.

    This episode was just okay but I think these episodes are just shown to fill up space for CBS. Some of the topics discussed was the beef jerky incident between Kel and and Jerri which Kel still denies that he did not smuggle any of it into Australia. Also discussed was Colby making the choice to vote out Keith instead of Tina who he could not beat in the final two. The fight between Alicia and Kimmi was also talked about with the two of them not mad at each other, but nowhere close to being friends. Deb also talked about being harassed by the press after his relationship with his step son which made her cry which was sad. This was an average episode, but these episodes aren't why I watch this show.
  • Felt sorry for Debb Eaton

    After watching the reunion show, I had a good calm and changed my mind sense about the first person gone, Debb Eaton.
    Sure she got on people's nerves taken in charge.
    But when the reunion came and how she was hesistant to not come and swallowed up the courage to do so.
    When she was in tears and thought that nobody had the chance to get to know her at all.
    And in the end, everybody, feeling sorry for her came out and hugged her.
    At last, she got it all out.
    She didn't seem to be a bad lady at all.
    Poor Debb!
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