Won Immunity

Some articles on immunity, won, won immunity:

Robert Crowley (Survivor Contestant) - Survivor: Gabon
... In Episode 3, Kota lost the immunity challenge and were forced to face Tribal Council, where Paloma Solo-Castillo was voted out ... The Kota tribe would still stand strong, and the tribe won the next two immunity challenges ... Susie Smith in fear that Dan had the Hidden Immunity Idol ...
Survivor: Vanuatu - Season Summary
... On Day 7, both tribes were informed that an individual immunity challenge would take place and both tribes, regardless who won, would vote a person out that night ... won immunity, and he was sent to spend the afternoon with Yasur to determine which woman he would give the Immunity Necklace to for the women's Tribal Council ... tribe continued their dominance over the tribal challenges by winning the next reward and immunity challenges, bringing the men's numbers down to 6 ...
The Biggest Loser Australia: Couples - Season Overview - Game Elements - Temptations
... an opportunity for a couple or contestant to win immunity for the next weigh-in ... As well as winning immunity, the couple or contestant also gains the responsibility of taking 'The Walk' ... To win immunity, an element of risk is involved as couples or contestants may have to eat high calorie or unhealthy foods for a chance to win immunity and this ...
Cirie Fields - Survivor: Micronesia
... to go to Exile Island with Kathleen "Kathy" Sleckman of the Airai tribe, after Malakal won the reward and immunity challenge in the second episode ... After spending a night searching for the hidden immunity idol and trudging back and forth across the ocean water, Kathy reported to her tribe, "Cirie is one of the nicest people ... After losing immunity, she convinced Amanda and Ozzy as well as fans Chet Welch and Tracy Hughes-Wolf to vote for fan Joel Anderson for targeting and criticizing Chet, Cirie, and Tracy.Though the initial ...

Famous quotes containing the words immunity and/or won:

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    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)