If Game Changers provides a single lasting impression on future Survivor seasons, it's the utility of the Tribal Council telephone game.
For Andrea, this is the fourth time she's been voted out of Survivor, despite only playing three times previously.
The Emmy Award-winner has hosted all 23 seasons of the CBS reality series.
In June, Probst inked a deal to host a one-hour daytime talk show on CBS.
[Warning: The following story contains spoilers from Wednesday's episode of CBS' Survivor: Game Changers.] And just like that, the game has ended for two more Game Changers.
His excitement about the reality show is unwavering – impressive, considering that it debuted during the Clinton administration. I hear you, but this game has gotten harder over the years. We had to decide how John would impact the audience. We look for people who will bring gameplay and personality to the show. Putting a cast together is like building a family, and starting the show is like sending your oldest child off to college.
Survivor deprives you of so much and it's so hard to keep your wits, but making a move based on emotions can be the end of you.
But it's hard to find a lot of fault in her game. What lingering question do you have for Andrea, long after the game ended?
What have you learned that most surprised you about how others see you?
Shifting toward Michaela, what did she do right this season? Even when it was hard for her to form relationships or find people to play with or convince her tribe to put her in a challenge, she kept on keeping on. Seeking Cirie as a mentor was the best move she has made in two seasons.
Jeff Probst is currently married to Lisa Ann Russell.