10:35 AM EDT 12/22/2014
Originally posted 04/16/2004 8:41AM
Episode 11 of "Survivor: All-Stars" had the unfortunate distinction of having to go head-to-head with the NBC finale of "The Apprentice" and FOX's delayed elimination round (because of President Bush's Tuesday press conference) on "American Idol."
Originally posted 04/09/2004 01:00PM
The two tribes became one called Chaboga Mogo on Thursday night's installment of CBS's "Survivor: All-Stars," and "Survivor: Africa" vet Lex van den Berghe, 40, got dumped despite strong assurances from his pal Rob Mariano that he'd be safe.
Originally posted 04/08/2004 01:00PM
Forget Trista and Ryan. Meredith and Ian? Yesterday. The hottest romance in reality TV, PEOPLE reports in its latest issue, is the one percolating in the Pearl Islands between Rob Mariano -- better known as Boston Rob -- and Amber Brkich on "Survivor: All-Stars."
Originally posted 03/12/2004 01:00PM
Episode 7 of CBS's "Survivor: All-Stars" is now history, and so is Colby Donaldson.
Originally posted 03/05/2004 10:15AM
For a time, there were some explosive charges being lobbied by "Survivor: All-Stars" contestant Susan Hawk against fellow player Richard Hatch, both of whom are now off the CBS reality show -- Hatch by vote of the Tribal Council last week, and Hawk by her own choice, as shown on Thursday night's episode.
Originally posted 02/27/2004 12:00PM
It wasn't easy to tell who was lying to whom in the final minutes of Thursday's "Survivor: All-Stars," but it quickly became clear that everyone was lying to Richard Hatch.
Originally posted 02/20/2004 10:15AM
Not even a violent thunderstorm -- which host Jeff Probst called one of the worst the game has ever seen -- could stop Chapera lovebirds "Boston" Rob and Amber from enjoying each other's charms and arms Thursday night on CBS's "Survivor: All-Stars."
Originally posted 02/13/2004 11:16AM
What began as a rather dramatic episode on "Survivor: All-Stars" ended on a sad note, as tearful Mogo Mogo team member Jenna Morasca bowed out the game to return home to spend time with her mother, who was battling cancer.
Originally posted 02/02/2004 01:00AM
"Survivor: The Australian Outback" champ Tina Wesson has a new distinction: She is the first to get the boot on "Survivor: All-Stars," the eighth and latest edition of the hit reality series, which followed Sunday's Super Bowl on CBS.
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