Exile Island

Some articles on islands, exile island:

Survivor (U.S. TV Series) - Series Overview
... a tribal swap 4 Survivor Marquesas Nuku Hiva, Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia, France Vecepia Towery Neleh Dennis 4–3 Featured the controversial "Pur ... First time Exile Island was used ... first time a player found the immunity idol without a clue (Gary) 12 Survivor Panama – Exile Island Pearl Islands, Panama Four tribes of four divided by age and gender Aras ...
Survivor: Tocantins - The Game - Episode 2: "The Poison Apple Needs To Go"
... that someone from the losing tribe would go to Exile Island ... He added that there was a clue to the Hidden Immunity Idol at Exile Island, and a twist would be revealed after the challenge ... deficit to win the challenge and chose to send Brendan to Exile Island ...
Survivor: Tocantins - The Game - Episode 8: "The Biggest Fraud in The Game"
... They selected Stephen to go alone to Exile Island, per the rules post tribal merger ... Brendan wanted to finally reveal the secret Exile Island alliance to blindside Coach ... thought about following the Exile Island alliance ...
Survivor: Gabon - The Game - Episode 10: "Nothing Tastes Better Than Five Hundred Dollars"
... Items bought and their value were Contestants Item(s) Bob Nothing (sent to Exile Island by Ken) Corinne A secret item to be used at the next Immunity Challenge ($500) Crystal Nothing Ken The right to ... he had won the right to send somebody to Exile Island and take their money ... He chose Bob who immediately departed for Exile Island ...
Survivor: Tocantins
... Exile Island returned this season, but with new twists ... Instead of one castaway sent to Exile Island, two were sent ... While on Exile Island, each exiled castaway picked from one of two urns ...

Famous quotes containing the words island and/or exile:

    The island dreams under the dawn
    And great boughs drop tranquillity;
    The peahens dance on a smooth lawn,
    A parrot sways upon a tree,
    Raging at his own image in the enamelled sea.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    Public employment contributes neither to advantage nor happiness. It is but honorable exile from one’s family and affairs.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)