‘Survivor: South Pacific’ Brings Back Two Former Players — Who They Are May Surprise You

Aug 24, 2011  •  Post A Comment

Two returning contestants will be featured in the upcoming edition of CBS’s long-running reality show "Survivor," reports Entertainment Weekly.

"Coach" Benjamin Wade and Ozzy Lusth are coming back for "Survivor: South Pacific," the 23rd edition of "Survivor."

Wade made it as far as the jury for the Tocantins and Heroes vs. Villains seasons, while Ozzy was a jury member on Fans vs. Favorites and a runner-up on Cook Islands.

Host Jeff Probst commented on the two men, telling EW: "Coach? He blew it in Heroes vs. Villains. He blew it seven different ways. And Ozzy got voted out with an idol in his hand! If that doesn’t speak to how bad you are in the social part of this game. So we looked at it and said here are two guys that do have a redemption story. Yes, you’ve played. Yes, you’re popular, but you don’t know what you’re doing in this game.”

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  1. They should do a version consisting of all the worst players (not villains, just incompetent) or of everyone voted off first or second.

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