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Posted by: RudyRules Probably the same way they squeezed 18 into S9? There were two TCs in one Eppy. With 20 peeps, they could have two TCs in two different Eps. Or, maybe they'll be out there 42 days instead of 39...I dunno...but I really wish they'd go back to 16 peeps.
Maybe they will all be on one gigantic tribe and everything will be individual from the beginning.
"In Thailand, the elders are given the utmost respect; they are revered." Jeff then asked the two eldest Survivors, Jan Gentry, the 53-year-old teacher from Tampa, Florida and Jake Bilingsley, the 61-year-old land broker from McKinney, Texas, to step forward. Jeff told the shocked pair that they were now responsible for picking their own tribes. Along with this awesome task, the two had to decide upon tribal locations and names. Jake picked the tribal name Sook Jai (Happy Heart) and Jan chose Chuay Gahn (To help one another). Alternating their tribemember choices, the two elders felt the pressure of creating a new society, as a teary-eyed Jan explained, "I was scared, and I'm not really a leader, and I was put in the spot light, which kind of frightened me." Jake confidently filled his tribe with younger, more athletic castaways, while Jan's choices tended to be the more elder members in the group. The final picks came down to Clay Jordan, the 46-year-old restaurateur from Monroe, Louisiana, and Erin Collins, the 26-year-old real estate agent from Austin, Texas. Humbled by being the last person picked, Erin stated, "I am not used to being picked last at anything, I probably needed that experience." For the first time, the two competing tribes had been created by the Survivors themselves, as Chuay Gahn and Sook Jai pushed off from the small island and began their long paddle toward the main island of Koh Tarutao, which would serve as their new home for the next 39 days.
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