‘Survivor’ Host Jeff Probst Addresses the Show’s Quitters, Promising Changes in the Future

Of the four castaway ousted on Survivor 45 — Hannah Rose, Brandon Donlon, Sabiyah Broderick, and Sean Edwards — two of whom were eliminated from the beloved competition series, ultimately leaving viewers outraged by the contestants’ lack of commitment in the “New Era” of Survivor.

Although a longtime host Jeff Probst was definitely heartless to see Hannah Rose and Sean Edwards both quit, he snuffed their torches anyway.

Probst famously says season after season, “In this game, fire represents your life. When your fire is gone, so shall you be” when the contestants light their torches during their first time at tribal council. Because of this, snuffing a competitor’s torch indicates their game is coming to an end, but in the future, quitters might not get the privilege…

Ar Live With Kelly and Mark, Probst was aghast at both Hannah and Sean’s untimely departure, and seems to downplay the significance of their self-deprecation. “Yes, two quit. The truth is, in more than 45 seasons, it is less than one percent to quit, so it is very significant … The one thing that you can not test for every psychic test is the all real elements – the rain, the bamboo, the snakes and all that,” he said, before noting how he plans to deal with people who stay in the future.

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He exclaimed, “I want to confirm here on your show that from this point on if you are a Survivor player and you quit, your torch will not be snuffed. That’s the end. To snuff your torch, you had to play the game” — how wild is that?

Probst expressed anger and aggression towards those who succeeded in expelling themselves Survivor in the past, especially towards the first individual to quit the hit competition show, Osten Taylor of Survivor: Pearl Islands. While basically shouting the words “go home” at him, the longtime host yet snuffed his torch, before throwing it on the ground in front of all the remaining castaways – yikes!

“You don’t get the moment if you quit… I think I have to be a little bit harder on that,” Probst concluded, explaining how passing your torch is a privilege.

Will the 62-year-old raise the bar with us Survivor 46? Only time will tell…

Mark your calendars, because Survivor 46 premieres Wednesday, February 28 at 8pm ET/PT on CBS. Until then, catch a brand new episode of it Survivor 45 every Wednesday at 8pm ET/PT on CBS to see how the rest of the season plays out.

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