|Recurring Survivor Challenge|
|Description:||A recurring challenge|
Kitty Litter (also known as The Hook) is a recurring challenge of Survivor.
The contestants must collect three rings and, once they have collected them, must throw them onto a target where they will be hooked.
In Survivor: Nicaragua, La Flor and Espada competed separately for individual immunity for the Double Tribal Council that night. Wearing baskets behind their backs, the castaways had to dig for three small rope rings buried in the sand, then toss the rings into their basket. The first person to collect all three of their rings would win individual immunity. In a close race, Holly Hoffman won immunity for Espada and Jill Behm won immunity for La Flor. The winners from both tribes had to shoot the rings they had collected to a shield with five hooks. Both women got to two rings but, ultimately, Jill hooked her final ring first, winning reward for La Flor.
In Survivor: Kaôh Rōng, the final seven Reward Challenge was a variation of this challenge where three teams of two had to retrieve three rings from different spots, then hook all the rings to a target. The team of Cydney Gillon and Michele Fitzgerald won the challenge, and they chose Aubry Bracco to join them on reward for a helicopter tour of the island, followed by a picnic lunch.
"Worst Case Scenario"
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"It's a 'Me' Game, Not a 'We' Game"
Cydney & Michele