Survivor Winners at War episode 10 promo: Winners at Love

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If you thought the Loved Ones’ Visit was an emotional rollercoaster already, the Survivor: Winners at War episode 10 promo teases bundles of family members.

The Survivor: Winners at War episode 10 promo will showcase moments from next week’s show titled “The Full Circle.”

We’ve made our way through half of the Survivor: Winners at War cast, yet it feels like most of the big salvos have been fired already. With the exception of Denise elevating her threat level from hyena to lion by taking out the queen, Sandra Diaz-Twine, most of the old guard ate their own, allowing for smart votes and down-the-line balloting. We haven’t felt any broad swipes or personally enraging decisions.

It might be simply due to the fact that these players are winners but if there’s ever a time to find out whether the claws will really come out, it will start next week. The Survivor: Winners at War episode 10 promo has been released, showcasing the players dropping their guard and opening their hearts to their loved ones. That’s right, it’s the Loved Ones Visit, and a Reward Challenge is sure to follow!

As multiple winners this season have competed in Blood vs. Water-style formats, we already know that we’ll see even more Survivor players appear at this reward. From San Juan del Sur, we can see Jeremy’s wife, Val Collins, bringing out their kids as a welcome surprise. Rachel Foulger from Blood vs. Water can also be briefly seen, as it was Tyson Apostol who fought CBS tooth and nail in the preseason to bring just his kids as part of this reward.

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Thankfully, the record for the youngest family member to appear at a Loved Ones’ Visit reward will definitely be broken next week after a certain Island of the Idols castaway had appeared to had secured it last season. However, despite what Jeff Probst said, I’m pretty sure the real previous honors belonged to Shane Powers back in Exile Island, as he brought out his son, Boston, who definitely is the youngest to compete in such a challenge.