Survivor: Borneo (2000) - Fifteenth place, 2nd out.
|Challenge stats||Tribal council stats||Jury stats|
Tribal/team challenge record (2-for-3):
Individual challenge record (0-for-0):
Redemption/Exile Island duel record: (0-for-0)
Idols held/played (0/0):
VFB - Votes for the person booted (0/1):
VAP - Votes against (6):
Jury votes made (0/0):
Borneo intro shot
Finding the water supply with Ramona, Ep1
Early confessional about the shelter, Ep1
Building the shelter
In camp, working
Listening to some young people, Ep1
Listening to Probst, first Survivor challenge ever (Ep1 RC/IC)
Pre-challenge lineup, Ep1 RC/IC
Pagong tribe, pre-Ep1 RC/IC
Pagong with their raft
Early Ep2 confessional: More shelter building
Wondering when all these young people are going to start working, Ep2
Washing his shirt in drinking water, in the cooking pot. Seems legit.
Wandering out of camera range, Ep2
More in-camp discussion about the Ep2 IC. Maybe they should lose this one?
Pagong arrives, Ep2 RC/IC
Chatting with Gervase, Ep2
At Pagong's first Tribal Council, Ep2
Pagong tribe, Ep2 Tribal Council
Casting a futile vote for Ramona, Ep2 Tribal
Awaiting the results of Probst's tallying, Ep2
About to be have his torch extinguished
First contestant to have a forward-facing torch snuffing, Ep2 Tribal Council
Excerpt from an article by Steve Helling in People Magazine noting his death:
"B.B. Andersen, one of the first contestants to compete on Survivor, has died after a battle with brain cancer, PEOPLE confirms. He was 77.
Andersen passed away on Tuesday [October 29, 2013] in Kansas City, Mo., according to an obituary posted in the Kansas City Star, which described him as 'a lover of fine cigars, fine wine, close friends and good political debate.'
In a statement to PEOPLE, Survivor host Jeff Probst said: 'B.B. was one of the original cast members who launched Survivor back in 2000. He was a powerful presence on the show and that zest for epic adventure was at the heart of everything he did. I was very saddened to hear of his passing.'"
- Andy Dehnart's Reality Blurred article.
- Tom Santilli's Examiner.com article.
As a measure of the impact the Borneo cast had on popular culture at the time, here is a post-Borneo commercial for Reebok, featuring B.B. Not bad for the second person voted out: