Most memorable moments from Survivor: One World

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Christina Cha, Sabrina Thompson, Kim Spradlin, Chelsea Meissner and Alicia Rosa attend the “Survivor: One World” Finale at Ed Sullivan Theater on May 13, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Ben Gabbe/Getty Images)

Survivor: One World was the 24th season of the show and aired in the spring of 2012. What were the most memorable moments from One World?

Survivor: One World is generally pretty disliked amongst Survivor fans. From the overall nastiness between the contestants to the predictable outcome to the bad cast, it’s not a season that gets a lot of love.

While I’m not as down on One World as a lot of people are, I certainly understand why it gets so much hatred. I’ve honestly gone back and forth with my feelings on it too, as I enjoyed it initially during its airing in 2012, rewatched it in 2015 and hated it, and then recently rewatched it and didn’t think it was as bad.

Let’s take a look at the most memorable moments from Survivor: One World.

One World concept

The theme of this season was “One World”, which involved the two tribes living together on one beach while being two separate tribes. It was a really interesting concept and it’d be nice to see production attempt this concept again because it was pretty cool to watch.

What helped this twist was splitting the tribes up by gender and it’s likely why the one beach, two tribes concept worked so well. The men and women wanted to prove that they didn’t need the other to help them, but also became so desperate at times that they’d try to barter with the other tribe if they needed something done.

While this season gets a lot of hatred, the One World twist was solid and one that should be brought back for a future season. Even the dull cast of One World was able to make it work, so a good cast could make it really, really fun.

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