Jan 28, 2001
16 American contestants battle it out in The Australian Outback for 42 days, all vying for the grand prize of $1million. The 16 are split into two tribes - Kucha and Ogakor.
Feb 01, 2001
The separation from food really starts to take a toll on some of the contestants. However, everyone is bound to get some nutrition with the Immunity Challenge. Unfortunately, the food supplied - cow brains, beetles, and worms - is not what the castaways hoped for.
Trust No One
Feb 08, 2001
Mike becomes increasingly obsessed with hunting a pig for his tribe. Meanwhile, Jeff and Alicia make an alliance and Jerri and Colby continue to get closer when Jerri spends the day massaging Colby's back, causing others to becomes suspicious of their relationship.
The Killing Fields
Feb 15, 2001
Mike finally hunts and kills a pig for his tribe. Meanwhile, a forest fire is creeping closer to Ogakor camp and the survivors get worried.
The Gloves Come Off
Feb 22, 2001
Jerri wakes up to find smoke covering camp from the fire, but has other things on her mind - just recently she has realized that Colby has an alliance with Tina & Keith.
Trial By Fire
Mar 01, 2001
Things seem to be looking up for Kucha - their winning streak looks to be restarting, and they create a new kind of food: Kucha corn, made by heating up chicken feed. But the same fire that cheers the Kucha tribe up turns suddenly volatile when tribe "leader" Michael passes out from smoke inhalation, and falls face-first into the camp fire.
Mar 08, 2001
Kucha and Ogakor receive tree mail at their camps - the tribes are merging, and as a pre-merge twist, the women are all meeting together at Ogakor camp and the men are all converging at Kucha camp.
Mar 14, 2001
Desperate to keep her tribe alive, Elisabeth begins to think that she can possibly lure Tina to vote for Jerri, the perfect person to target, because of her annoyance-level at camp.
The First 24 Days: A Closer Look
Mar 21, 2001
A look back at the first 24 days of "Survivor: The Australian Outback" including never-before-seen footage.
Honeymoon Or Not?
Mar 29, 2001
Jerri and Colby win a reward challenge, where they are sent to spend the afternoon on the Great Barrier Reef.
Let's Make A Deal
Apr 05, 2001
As the days grow longer and the temperature increases, the energy-less Barramundi Tribe quickly shifts into survival mode, trying to find a way to get food, since they only have one cup of rice left.
No Longer Just A Game
Apr 12, 2001
The remaining 6 survivors compete in a reward challenge which sees Colby winning yet again.
Enough Is Enough
Apr 19, 2001
The remaining 5 survivors (Colby, Tina, Elisabeth, Rodger & Keith) are beginning to get homesick.
The Most Deserving
May 03, 2001
It's the last three days in the Outback, and only Keith, Tina and Colby remain.
May 03, 2001
Live from Television City in Hollywood, Jeff Probst tallies the seven votes cast by the jury on Night 42, and reveals the $1,000,000 winner of "Survivor: The Australian Outback."