In the veto column you can see which Ozlet vetoed the decision, even if the decision wasn’t successful.
You can download each episode of course to listen to the rankings.
I won't let Anti's heartless persecution of me stop me from my insane need to classify every single person evar on this show.
Players are required to wear their colored buff in a visible location at all times and must relinquish their old buff and obtain a new one if, as part of game play, they are switched from one tribe to another.
Over the course of the show, the tribes compete against each other to win rewards and immunity from elimination.
In the end, Kwon made deals and alliances with people from different backgrounds for his victory.
Producers of the show recruited him to boost the number of Asian Americans in the selection pool, Kwon said.
more On his way to winning reality show "Survivor," Yul Kwon solved puzzles, earned the nickname "The Godfather" for his skillful maneuvering -- and helped smash stereotypes about Asian American men in the media.
In the finale that aired Sunday, San Mateo resident Kwon, 31, won the CBS show's 13th season, which began by pitting African Americans, Asian Americans, Latinos and whites against one another.The Cook Islands are a self-governing entity that has chosen to not become a seperate state from its mother country of New Zealand.Their constitution does, however, guarantee them the right to become a sovereign nation whenever they wish.For 39 days they had to survive mother nature with a very limited food supply.They also competed against each other for rewards and temporary immunity from dismissal from the competition.Front row from left are: Adam Gentry, Jessica Smith, Parvati Shallow, Candice Woodcock, Jonathan Penner, Brad Virata, Becky Lee, Anh-Tuan Bui, Jenny Guzon-Bae and Yul Kwon. 17, 2006 ** In this photo released by CBS , Yul Kwon, left, wins the title of Sole Survivor of "Survivor: Cook Islands" and a million dollars during the live finale of the television reality show in Los Angeles, Sunday, Dec. (AP Photo/CBS, Monty Brinton) less**EMBARGOED FOR PM PACIFIC TIME SUNDAY, DEC.