Superlatives For All The Survivor Second Chance Castaways
Check out our superlatives for the cast of Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance
As we close the chapter on Survivor: Cambodia, let's celebrate each of the castaways by paying homage to their most memorable qualities!
Abi-Maria Gomes - Most Likely to Stir the Pot
Abi managed to sprinkle a little bit of her dramatic flair into the majority of the conversations, strategies, and heated moments she had this season. This self-proclaimed villain said the fiestier side of her personality was, in fact, her Survivor alter ego and, in real life, she’s actually very well-liked.
Regardless, Abi stirred the pot like no one else in Cambodia.
Andrew Savage - Best Blindside
In Episode 8, Kelley used her Immunity Idol, which saved her from being cast off and sent Savage packing in one of the most surprising and epic Tribal Council blindsides of the season—and there were many of them!
Ciera Eastin - Best Eyeroller
Many Survivor fans will remember Ciera for busting out a ton of less-than-discrete eye rolls throughout this season's Tribal Councils.
Jeff Varner - Camp Clown
Though Varner didn’t make it too far in Second Chance, he made the most of his time in Cambodia by cracking up his fellow castaways—except that one time when was swearing at the weather gods for the constant downpours over camp.
Jeremy Collins - Most Likely to Use a Hidden Immunity Idol
Jeremy brilliantly played both of his Idols this season: one went to save his friend, Fishbach, and the other was used to save himself.
All in all, he proved to be a powerful force this season and strategized his way to the top as Sole Survivor of Second Chance.
Joe Anglim - Most Likely to Lead a Joega Retreat
Joe’s no stranger to yoga and even led some zen-filled group sessions along the sandy shore of Cambodia, which made us think he'd be the perfect dude to lead a spiritual retreat. And if he ever does, sign us up!
Kass McQuillen - Most Likely to Claim She's Not Chaotic
Kass came into Second Chance wanting to play a different and calmer kind of game, but it was hard to get her fellow castaways to believe she'd left her chaotic alter-ego at the door, which is why she'll probably be best known as "Chaos Kass" to Survivor fans.
Keith Nale - Most Likely to Drive a Tuk Tuk
Though Keith admitted on the Live Reunion that Survivor isn’t what he’d consider "fun," he sure seemed to enjoy the moment he drove his fellow castaways around on a tuk tuk at their Reward.
Kelley Wentworth - Most Underestimated Castaway
By staying under the radar and winning multiple challenges, Kelley rose to the top as one of the game's standout female players. Even Second Chance winner Jeremy said that when he watched the season back, he was surprised and impressed by Kelley's gameplay.
Kelly Wiglesworth - Most Likely to Meditate
Kelly is a devoted yogi and even said she discover the activity while first competing on Survivor 15 years ago. Her cool and calm demeanor definitely helped keep targets off her back for much of this season.
Kimmi Kappenberg - Most Likely to Start a Girl Group
This season, it was no secret that Kimmi’s plan was to rally the girls in an alliance to take out the top male castaways. Unfortunately, her all-female bubble burst before she could make it into the Final 5.
Monica Padilla - Worried Castaways Would Deplete Ocean of Clams
When Monica went clamming for food with Kimmi and Kelly, she was worried their search would deplete the ocean of clams and told the group to only take what they needed.
Don't worry, Monica. There are plenty of fish clams in the sea.
Peih-Gee Law - Most Likely To Speak Her Mind
Peih-Gee wasn't worried about keeping things "PG" in Cambodia, but her loose lips ended up getting her in hot water when Abi caught her venting to Shirin about her ongoing frustrations.
Shirin Oskooi - Biggest Survivor Nerd
Shirin is a self-proclaimed Survivor super-fan and was hugely excited to step back on the beach to compete in an experience she loved so much the first time around.
So, if you want to quiz her about anything Survivor-related—like historic castaways, alliances, and gameplay—be prepared to get served.
Spencer Bledsoe - Most Likely to Wipeout During a Challenge
Spencer sure took some big hits this season, including face plants, falls, and fumbles. But, with every knockdown, he always got back up to compete and even finished challenges with a win.
Stephen Fishbach - Most Likely to Use a Literary Analogy
Stephen lived out his second time on Survivor by consistently relating game moments to famous works of literature, like William Shakespeare's Macbeth and Herman Melville's Moby Dick, which took the idea of "book smarts" to a whole new level.
Tasha Fox - Most Independent Woman
Tasha was a fierce, confident, and focused player this season. She managed to rise above nearly every mental and physical challenge she faced, which is why this lady made it into the Final 3.
Terry Deitz - Best Dad
Terry takes the Best Sad title for immediately leaving the game upon hearing the devastating news of his son’s health emergency. His son’s second chance in life was way more important than Terry's second chance at Survivor.
Vytas Baskauskas - Most Likely To Attend A Joega Retreat
Vytas stepped right onto the Cambodia shore and started teaching people various balancing positions in the sand, so, if we had to guess, he'd probably be one of the first to attend a Joega retreat.
Woo Hwang - Best Surprised Face
Oh, Woo. His expressions throughout this season's Tribal Councils were nothing short of priceless and featured an array of astonished looks. He really didn’t seem to see any blindside coming—even his own!