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Watch Full Episodes of “Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen-X”
The Rules: Each week our two combatants will create separate power rankings. The ranking of the person who is voted out of the next episode will determine the number of points the players will earn. The person with the most points at the end of the season will be declared the “Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen-X” champion.
Quick Note: XFINITY “Survivor” loudmouth Gordon Holmes will be unable to participate in this season’s Power Rankings due to being more than a bit spoiled. Therefore, he has invited defending Power Rankings champion Shirin Oskooi to take his place.
Michele Fitzgerald and Shirin Oskooi’s Rankings
Team Michele’s Score = 40
Any questions for Michele? Drop her a line on Twitter: @meeshfitz
Team Shirin’s Score = 40
| 1. – Jay: Ultimate “Survivor” Checklist: Survival Skills (check) Challenge Prowess (check) Social Ability (check) Funny Confessionals (check)
|| 1. – Adam: Aligning with Ken to show Figgler what a real power couple looks like. #IfIWereARichMan
| 2. – Michaela: The ice queen melts with fire.
|| 2. – Ken: People fall all over themselves to give him gifts. First a legacy advantage from Jessica, and inevitably a numbers majority from Adam.
| 3. – Chris: I know two people from Oklahoma. Person #1
||3. – Jay: Between stoking Michaela’s flames into fire and keeping the tribe’s torches alive with his challenge dominance, Jay’s life in this game is lit.|
| 4. – Zeke: Person #2
||4. – Michaela: The pre-merge will not claim all the women of color.|
| 5. – David: That challenge was much like your “Survivor” experience. You get the ball, you lose the ball, you chase the ball, you struggle with the ball, you get the ball in, you apologize to your tribe.
||5. – Chris: They won’t come for the Sooner until later, OK.|
| 6. – Adam: You have finally found the one situation where being a third wheel is fun.
||6. – Zeke: His newfound alliance with Chris will at least advance him to a Bowl…of merge food, OK.|
| 7. – Ken: You may not have the numbers, but with those soft words and hard abs, it shouldn’t be hard to win people over.
||7. – Taylor: Tails: the brains are the ones making the #BigMovez™, so I call Heads.|
| 8. – Will: You skipped school again?
||8. – Jessica: If the Millennials want to keep eating and winning, they’ll target her first.|
| 9. – Bret: It is good to let the youngsters feel like you aren’t bossing them around. I saw you building shelter on Gen X and I’m not sure I believe you are as incapable as you are making it appear.
||9. – Figgy: She’s likely still Adam’s target, but considering the tribe’s challenge prowess, target practice is not in session.|
| 10. – Sunday: Sundays are a day of rest.
||10. – Will: Blending into his tribe, right into the background.|
| 11. – Hannah: When Zeke told you to go away… he didn’t mean, like, forever.
||11. – Sunday: She’s been bowing her head in silent prayer these last few episodes, and it brought her a faithful new tribe.|
|12. – Taylor: 1. “Lets openly make out because we have the numbers” (see Figgy) 3.“But- You. Are. Hot” (See Figgy)||12. – Hannah: Hannah has shallow roots… like a water hyacinth plant. Some people she clings on tightly. And wind and waves blow them apart. #TaiDrop|
|13. – Figgy: 2. “No, that’s dumb” (See Taylor) 4. “*Giggles* OK, let’s go tell everyone we are together” (End Scene)||13. – David: Looks like Chris won’t choke you, so don’t choke on playing that idol.|
| 14. – Michelle: Making logical points to illogical people makes your logical points seem illogical to people.
||14. – Michelle: She may have stumbled upon a real life dragon in her new tribe. David breathes fire in this game.|
| 15. – Jessica: If you told me you would give me your legacy advantage once you get voted out, the first thing I would do is vote you out.
||15. – Bret: Millennials hate micro-management: taking it, as well as giving it.|