Yul later married in 2008 and in September 2010, his first child was born.
For the first time in "Survivor" History, there was a Final Three (NOT a Final Two) who faced the Jury. Also, this is the first season to have a nine-member Jury. In the first twelve seasons, the Jury consisted of only the last seven previously eliminated players.
This is the third season (joining Outback and Palau), and last to date, where a female contestant has failed to win an individual immunity challenge.
Not counting the "food auction" reward (in which every contestant won something), this season featured only two individual Reward Challenges, the fewest ever in a "Survivor" season.
This is the second season in which only two contestants (Ozzy and Adam) had individual immunity challenge wins. "Palau" had only two (Tom and Ian) as well.
With five wins out of six individual immunity challenges, Ozzy is the most dominant contestant ever in terms of individual immunity challenges. Previously, Tom Westman and Terry Dietz won five of seven in their seasons and Colby Donaldson won five of eight.
Yul is the first male "Survivor" winner to win the game without ever winning an individual immunity challenge. He is the third winner overall to do so, joining Tina Wesson ("Australian Outback") and Sandra Diaz-Twine ("Pearl Islands").
Ozzy is the first contestant since Kim Johnson (season 3, "Africa") to win both of the last two Immunity Challenges and not win the game.
Ozzy joins Kelly Wiglesworth, Colby Donaldson, and Terry Deitz as the only contestants with at least four consecutive individual immunity challenge wins in their season. Colby and Terry are the only ones to win five in a row.
For the first time, a contestant (Becky), did not receive a single vote at the final Tribal Council.
This season is the fourth season of Survivor to not have a merge with 10 people left. Survivor: Thailand had a merge with 8 people left. Survivor: All Stars, Survivor: Cook Islands and Survivor: Palau all had merges with 9 people left.
With 12 contestants remaining (including the voted-out Brad), this is the earliest in "Survivor" series history that the "jury phase" has occurred.
GOOF: When Jessica and Candice are walking into the woods after the challenge, Jessica asks Candice if she's thought about who she'll vote off if they have to go to tribal council. Considering they had just lost the immunity challenge, they would have known they were going to vote someone off. If you look at Jessica's hair in this scene, she's wearing it on the side the way she was before they went to the immunity challenge, so this scene must have been filmed earlier.
Ozzy is now the last remaining Hispanic-American tribe member.
J. P., Oscar ("Ozzy"), and Billy are the first-ever Hispanic-American males to compete on Survivor. Cecilia and Cristina are only the fourth and fifth Hispanic-American females ever, joining Jessie from "Africa", Sandra Diaz-Twine from "Pearl Islands", and Lydia from "Guatemala".
The contestant Jonathan Penner, claiming to be a writer, is in fact, an actor. His previous work includes shows like "Naked Truth", "Grapevine", and guest appearances on "CSI".