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|Description:||When a tribe is surprised after voting out one tribe member and have to vote out an additional tribe member.|
|Appearances:|| Cook Islands|
The Double Elimination is a game changing twist that forces a tribe to vote out multiple contestants at one Tribal Council. A Double Elimination is different from a Double Tribal Council in several ways: it is not revealed beforehand, individual immunity is not always offered, and only one tribe has to go to the double elimination. In this way, two members of one tribe go home consecutively.
This twist first appeared in Survivor: Cook Islands, when Jeff Probst announced that the loser of the Immunity Challenge would receive a message in a bottle, to be opened after Tribal Council. After Rarotonga eliminated Rebecca Borman, they opened the bottle, expecting the merge. Instead, they were instructed to vote out an additional tribe member, and Jenny Guzon-Bae was eliminated.
The twist was later modified and appeared in both Survivor: Redemption Island and Survivor: South Pacific. In both seasons, the twist was used after the merged tribe had already voted someone out. An impromptu Immunity Challenge was held in between the votes, before another member of the merged tribe was voted out.
In Survivor: Cook Islands, Rarotonga was forced to vote out two members consecutively, after receiving a message in a bottle, for losing the Immunity Challenge.
In Redemption Island, the merged Murlonio tribe received a mysterious package that they were only to open after voting out one tribe member. They then competed in another Immunity Challenge, and voted out another contestant, eliminating the remaining former members of Zapatera.
In South Pacific, the merged Te Tuna tribe was surprised when an impromptu Immunity Challenge was held at Tribal Council, immediately after voting out a tribe member. Sophie Clarke won her second consecutive Immunity Challenge, and the tribe unanimously voted out Whitney Duncan, eliminating the remaining loyal members of Savaii.
People Eliminated By A Double Elimination
|Season||Episode||First Voted Out||Second Voted Out||Result|
|Cook Islands||10|| |
|Rarotonga voted Rebecca out first. Jenny was then voted out after the message in the bottle revealed they must vote out another member of the tribe.|
|Redemption Island||11|| |
|Murlonio voted Ralph out first. Rob Mariano won the Immunity Challenge that took place between the votes. Steve was then voted out at the second vote.|
|South Pacific||10|| |
|Te Tuna voted Dawn out first. Sophie Clarke won the Immunity Challenge that took place between the votes. Whitney was then voted out at the second vote.|
- Both times that this twist has appeared post-merge, there has been an Immunity Challenge in between eliminations, whereas when it appeared pre-merge in Survivor: Cook Islands, there was no challenge.
- Both times a challenge was used, the last two remaining members of the minority alliance have been the two contestants voted out.
- Every time a double elimination has occurred, the two contestants voted out have been the same sex.
- Every victim of this twist has finished between 9th and 11th place in their season.
- Dawn Meehan is the only contestant to be voted out during this twist and return for another season.
- This twist allowed Sophie Clarke to become the first and currently only contestant to win individual immunity twice in one day.
- Two of the three Double Eliminations appeared after the merge, while the other one occurred one episode before the merge.
- Every time there has been an Immunity Challenge during this twist, the player who won immunity became the Sole Survivor.