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Survivor Season VI -Amazon (2003)
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Survivor: Amazon; the sixth season of the beloved series; finds the survivors deep in the heart of the Jungle. In addition to the usual battle of wits and endurance; the Amazon becomes a battle of the sexes as men and women are divided into two opposing tribes; the Tambaqui and the Jaburu. Facing exhausting heat; floods; flesh-eating piranhas; and anacondas; the contestants have more to worry about than just the opposing tribe.
In a struggle to prove the superiority of their sex; the tribes push towards survivor glory. The women get off to a landslide start; but struggle to keep their footing as their lack of shelter starts to dampen spirits. Further complications arise when the survivors are asked to betray their teams and choose a tribe. Watch as alliances are made; loyalties are questioned; and clothes are removed for peanut butter. Find out who; and which gender; will be the sole survivor in this special-edition DVD set with revealing special features.
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This was hard core survivor. Today's episodes are much less severe. The contestants were divided into men vs. women and sent to their camps with nothing at all. The rewards were far less generous than they are today. They are either just individual rewards or the winners get to take at most one person. They are not allowed to bring any food back to camp. One quickly notices the absence of any of the usual challenges involving swimming - because of the piranhas and crocodiles!
This was a really physical and tough Survivor.
Most of the players were genuine and interesting. They rarely played to the cameras as so many now do. You'll find yourself cheering as the "out-manned" women pull it together and frequently give the arrogant guys a reality check.
Some may dissent, but I cheered the winner who came from far behind and exemplified the sole survivor ethic