TRIBES ARE QUICKLY DIVIDING AS THE STRESS OF THEIR SITUATION TAKES AN EARLY TOLL, ON "SURVIVOR: VANUATU�ISLANDS OF FIRE,"
THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, ON THE CBS TELEVISION NETWORK
"Burly Girls, Bowheads, Young Studs and the Old Bunch" Tribes are quickly dividing as the stress of their situation takes an early toll, on SURVIVOR: VANUATU � ISLANDS OF FIRE, Thursday, Sept. 23 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network.
As one tribe deals with very grim conditions, a castaway has a tearful meltdown after realizing the tribe's food is contaminated by maggots. When a wild chicken wanders into camp, the tribe is sent into a hunger-driven frenzy with their machete to catch the chicken. One survivor attempts to take advantage of tensions between two other tribe mates after they lose the Reward Challenge. At Tribal Council, two castaways who think they are the swing vote lead to an unpredictable Tribal Council.
And the second castaway is voted out of the tribe.
Julie Berry (23) -- Gorham, Maine
Ami Cusack (31) -- Lakewood, Colo.
Mia Galeotalanza (30) -- Tom�s River, New Jersey
Lisa Keiffer (44) � New Orleans
Scout Cloud Lee (59) -- Stillwater, Okla.
Leann Slaby (35) -- Kansasville, Wis.
Dolly Neely (25) -- Mercer, Penna.
Eliza Orlinz (21) -- Syracuse, N.Y.
Twila Tanner (41) -- Marshall, Mo.
Chad Crittenden (35, amputee) -- Oakland, Calif.
Chris Daugherty (34) -- South Vienna, Ohio
Brady Finta (33) -- Huntington Beach, Calif.
Rory Freeman (35) -- Des Moines, Iowa
Brook Geraghty (27) -- Winthrop, Mass.
John Kenney (22) -- Los Angeles
Lea "Sarge" Masters (40) -- Columbia, S.C.
John Palyok (31) -- Los Angeles
Travis "Bubba" Simpson (33) -- Blountville, Tenn.
SURVIVOR: VANUATU -- ISLANDS OF FIRE is produced by SEG, Inc. Mark Burnett and Tom Shelly are the executive producers.
For more detailed information on SURVIVOR: VANUATU -- ISLANDS OF FIRE, log on to www.cbs.com/survivor. For more information on Vanuatu, log on to www.vanuatutourism.com.