Remember What These Second Chance Castaways Are Originally Known For?

Don't these faces look a bit familiar?

Don't these faces look a bit familiar?

That's because you've totally seen them before!

All of these castaways have a story and, if you're a fan, there's probably a good chance you remember what made these competitors so memorable during their first appearance on Survivor. However, just in case you've forgotten, here's a little refresher on the history behind each of these Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance castaways. 

 
Kelly Wiglesworth (Season 1)

Kelly Wiglesworth (Season 1)

This Tagi alliance member from Survivor: Borneo was known for her rather deceitful behavior, and was even considered by some to be the main antagonist following the merge. By winning Immunity challenges, she was able to make it to the Final Tribal Council but couldn't pull out a Season 1 victory.
 
Jeff Varner (Season 2)

Jeff Varner (Season 2)

On Survivor: The Australian Outback, Jeff was considered a big threat at the merge, which is why he was targeted and ended up in 10th place.

This castaway wasn't afraid to play dirty, and his most memorable moment was stepping down from Immunity Challenge for peanut butter. That's right—peanut butter, people! Jeff jumped off a pole for that gooey goodness, which is something he still considers his biggest game mistake.
Kimmi Kappenberg (Season 2)

Kimmi Kappenberg (Season 2)

Kimmi hails from Survivor: The Australian Outback, one of the most watched seasons in the series' history. With no real alliance on her side, Kimmi finished 12th and provided a lot of over-the-top moments.

For example, she ate a mangrove worm to win Immunity for her tribe and got into an infamous finger-wagging fight over chickens with fellow castaway Alicia Calaway. She's often remembered as being the show's first vegetarian, too.
Andrew Savage (Season 7)

Andrew Savage (Season 7)

You may remember this big-hearted fella from Survivor: Pearl Islands , where he placed 10th.

He didn't win the season, but did experience a moment of victory when he led the Morgan Tribe to a much-needed Immunity win by getting into beast mode and holding up 180 pounds worth of weight. He was a victim of the controversial Outcast Twist—a change of events that nobody saw coming—that allowed two ousted castaways to return to the game and sent the Morgan Tribe to Tribal Council.
 
Terry Deitz (Season 12)

Terry Deitz (Season 12)

Terry stood out in a few ways. First, he was big threat to the other castaways on Survivor: Panama. Then there was his rivalry with Aras, plus his Final Immunity challenge loss to Danielle DiLorenzo, which happened after she reneged on her deal. Finally, let's not forget about him winning five individual Immunity challenges in a row. Unfortunately, all those things couldn't bring Terry a final victory and he ended up in third place at the end of the season.

Fun fact: Terry was the second castaway to find a Hidden Idol, but only the first to do so on Exile Island.
Peih-Gee Law (Season 15)

Peih-Gee Law (Season 15)

Peih-Gee, one of the series' feistiest underdogs, finished fifth on Survivor: China. She is mostly remembered for having a quiet social game, strong opinions, and being the last surviving member of the Zhan Hu Tribe after winning a do-or-die Immunity challenge at the Final Six.
Stephen Fishbach (Season 18)

Stephen Fishbach (Season 18)

Placing second on Survivor: Tocantins, Stephen was known for playing an impressive strategic game alongside winner J.T. Thomas and earned the nickname of "The Wizard" from Coach Wade.

Unfortunately, he was ignored by the jury when he didn’t receive a single vote to win in the Final Tribal Council. Stephen counts being in J.T.'s shadow as the biggest mistake in his own game.
Monica Padilla (Season 19)

Monica Padilla (Season 19)

Galu Tribe member Monica placed seventh on Survivor: Samoa and is often remembered for stepping up to Russell Hantz and telling him that she would "make or break" him on the jury. Ouch!
Abi-Maria Gomes (Season 25)

Abi-Maria Gomes (Season 25)

Abi-Maria started the game in a strong alliance with fellow castaway RC Saint-Amour—someone she shared her Hidden Immunity Idol clue with—but after being pitted against each other by Pete Yurkowski, Abi-Maria's game fell to pieces. 

By the end of Survivor: Philippines, Abi-Maria finished in fifth place and was largely considered to be her season's biggest villain
Vytas Baskauskas (Season 27)

Vytas Baskauskas (Season 27)

Playing alongside his little brother, Aras, on Survivor: Blood vs. Water, Vytas, a yoga instructor, placed 10th in his season. Aras previously had won the coveted title of Sole Survivor on Survivor: Panama.
Ciera Eastin (Season 27)

Ciera Eastin (Season 27)

Ciera placed fifth on Survivor: Blood vs. Water and was the first player to ever vote against their own family member. (Consequently, her mother, Laura Morett, was voted out.)

The 26-year-old decided to risk her game in a rock-draw tiebreaker, which hadn't happened since Survivor: Marquesas, and was ultimately responsible for sending her closest ally, Katie Collins, packing. 
Woo Hwang (Season 28)

Woo Hwang (Season 28)

This daydreaming martial artist from Survivor: Cagayan is primarily remembered for his vibrant attitude, and for taking his ally, Tony Vlachos, to the Final Two. 
Tasha Fox (Season 28)

Tasha Fox (Season 28)

Placing sixth on Survivor: Cagayan, this likable strategist impressed fans by winning three Individual Immunity challenges in a row, which solidified her as a true physical threat in the game.

You may also remember her strategy of getting the Luzon women together to give Garrett Adelstein the boot after his “open-forum” voting discussion.
Spencer Bledsoe (Season 28)

Spencer Bledsoe (Season 28)

This Survivor: Cagayan castaway began his journey on the dysfunctional Luzon Tribe but was able to gain a substantial amount of power after the tribe switch. After Kass betrayed him, Spencer and Tony Vlachos worked together and, eventually, the Chicago native advanced to the Final Four. 
Kass McQuillen (Season 28)

Kass McQuillen (Season 28)

This Survivor: Cagayan player, who called herself Chaos Kass, was known for her epic blindsides and confidently speaking her mind.

You may remember that particularly jaw-dropping moment when she gave Trish Hegarty the finger after her torch was snuffed—something that to this day, Kass doesn't regret. Although she made it all the way to the Final Three, Kass was sent packing after being shockingly voted out by Woo.
 
Jeremy Collins (Season 29)

Jeremy Collins (Season 29)

As a major threat from Survivor: San Juan del Sur, Jeremy was known for his rivalry with Josh Canfield and being blindsided by his own alliance. After going up against his wife, Val Collins, on Day 1's Hero Duel, the firefighting castaway ended up sending his better half to exile, which is a move that still crushes him to this day. 
Keith Nale (Season 29)

Keith Nale (Season 29)

There's no hiding that Keith didn't know much about the game before entering Survivor: San Juan del Sur. After all, he himself admitted to entering the game so he could join his son, Wesley Nale, for the fun ride.

Never was his lack of strategy more evident than when Keith told everyone to “stick to the plan” at Tribal Council, inadvertently revealing right then and there that a plan was in place.

Womp, womp.
Kelley Wentworth (Season 29)

Kelley Wentworth (Season 29)

This Survivor: San Jan del Sur castaway entered the game with her father, Dale Wentworth, and played peacemaker alongside his more outspoken nature.

However, when the Wentworths tried to align with Jacyln Schultz and Jon Misch to stay in the game, the couple chose to side with mother-daughter duo Missy Payne and Baylor Wilson instead, which ultimately sent Kelley out of the game.

 
Joe Anglim (Season 30)

Joe Anglim (Season 30)

Joe, the attractive manbun-wearing castaway from Survivor: Worlds Apart, came in fired up and didn’t know how to control his emotions, despite successfully navigating his way through various challenges.

If you watched the show last year, then your last memory of not-so-average Joe may've been the moment when he tried to make a fake hidden Immunity Idol to give to Mike Holloway. Needless to say, his plan backfired and Joe's torch was snuffed on Day 24. 
Shirin Oskooi (Season 30)

Shirin Oskooi (Season 30)

On Survivor: Worlds Apart , Shirin was the unrestricted, often naked, sometimes offensive castaway, who made an impactful Final Tribal speech to the jury. 

While her fellow tribe members were often irked by her bluntness, there's no doubt this superfan's zeal, energy, and enthusiasm was obvious to everyone throughout the entire game.

Watch all these incredible castaways spring back into action when the special 90-minute season premiere of Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance kicks off on Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 8/7c.