Mitchell Olson, 23, the 7-foot-tall aspiring musician-writer from New Jersey who works as an office temp in Manhattan, became the fourth contestant to get the boot on "Survivor: The Australian Outback." Before his exit, which was broadcast Thursday night, Olson had a tense standoff with fellow Ogakor tribe member Keith Famie, 40, a divorced Michigan father of two. After his fate was decided, however, Olson appeared somewhat relieved to be going, based on remarks he made about his weakening physical condition. Meanwhile, on rival NBC's "Friends," Joey (Matt LeBlanc) got a new brain. That is, he got one on the daytime soap opera on which he appears. The brain formerly belonged to a harridan soap diva (guest star Susan Sarandon), whom Joey beds before getting inside her cranium. Elsewhere in the world, at the American International Toy Fair in New York, in fact, Rudy Boesch, 73, the outspoken ex-Navy SEAL from the original "Survivor," is now yours to play with. "Actually it's not a toy," he told CNN about his likeness, which Blue Box Toys will begin marketing later this year. "It's an action figure." But, of course.