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  • Jessica Smith the eighth castaway voted off 'Survivor: Cook Islands'

    November 3, 2006
    Unable to convince her tribe's dominant alliance to turn on one of their own, Jessica Smith, a 27-year-old performance artist and rollergirl from Chico, CA, was voted off the island in Survivor Cook Islands' seventh episode.
  • 'Survivor: Cook Islands' sends Anh-Tuan Bui and Cristina Coria home

    October 20, 2006
    Done in by a surprise twist in which there was no Immunity Challenge and both Survivor: Cook Islands tribes were instead forced to attend Tribal Council, Anh-Tuan "Cao Boi" Bui, a 42-year-old nail salon manager from Christianburg, VA, and Cristina Coria, a 35-year-old police officer from Los Angeles, CA, Ohio, were voted out of the game during last night's broadcast of the CBS reality show.
  • Stephannie Favor the fifth castaway voted off 'Survivor: Cook Islands'

    October 13, 2006
    Deemed to have given up on the game by the rest of her tribemates, Stephannie Favor, a 35-year-old nursing student from Columbia, SC, was voted off the island in Survivor Cook Islands' fifth episode.
  • J.P. Calderon the fourth castaway voted off 'Survivor: Cook Islands'

    October 6, 2006
    "Bamboozled" by a vote result he admitted he never saw coming, J.P. Calderon, a 30-year-old professional volleyball player from Marina Del Rey, CA, was voted off the island in Survivor Cook Islands' fourth episode.
  • 'Survivor: Cook Islands' ends racial tribes, votes off Cecilia Mansilla

    September 29, 2006
    Done in by a "numbers game" in which all the members of two of the game's formerly racially divided tribes still voted along old tribal lines despite a surprise merge that redistributed the eighteen remaining castaways in two new mixed race tribes, Cecilia Mansilla a 29-year-old technology risk consultant who currently resides in Oakland, CA, was voted off the island in Survivor Cook Islands' third episode.
  • Billy Garcia the second castaway voted off 'Survivor: Cook Islands'

    September 22, 2006
    The latest example that being considered lazy during Survivor's early days can prove fatal -- especially if you also follow it up with a last-minute proclamation that also makes you look delusional -- Billy Garcia, a 36-year-old heavy metal guitarist who currently resides in New York, NY, became the second Survivor: Cook Islands castaway to be eliminated from the game.
  • CBS reveals 'Survivor: Cook Islands' cast, confirms racial tribe division

    August 23, 2006
    Confirming weeks of rumors, CBS has revealed the identities of the twenty castaways who will be competing in this fall's Survivor: Cook Islands and announced that the castaways will -- in what the show's producer and host both acknowledge to be a controversial move -- initially be organized into four tribes divided along ethnic lines (African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic and Caucasian.)

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