Survivor: Cook Islands (2006) - 10th place, eleventh out - third juror.
|Challenge stats||Tribal council stats||Jury stats|
|S13: Cook Islands||0.60||2.57||0.23||5||6||6||0.81||2.33||-||-||-||1.05||2.94|
Tribal/team challenge record (4-for-14; 2 sit-outs):
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 (5/6):
VAP - Votes against (6):
Jury votes made (0/1):
Cook Islands intro shot
Cook Islands intro shot
Bonus intro shot, Puka shot from the first challenge
Leaving the boat, opening minutes
Rowing, first IC
Watching the puzzle stage, first IC
Stair puzzle stage, first IC
Puka wins! First IC
Puka tribe, listening to Probst, post-IC win
Awaiting Hiki's decision on the Exile Island victim, first IC
Puka pre-challenge lineup, Ep2 IC
Happy for a win she didn't need to sweat for
Welcoming Yul back from Exile Island, pre-switch
About to get switched, Ep3
Enjoying the new Raro tribe
Getting to know the new Raros
Ready for new Raro to kick some butt, Ep3 IC
Celebrating Raro's victory
New Raro, listening to Probst before the Ep4 RC
With Cristina, going through the obstacles
Working Raro's puzzle
Hatching a plan with Rebecca to save Stephannie, boot JP instead, Ep4
Filling Parvati in on the JP boot. Parvati is not impressed.
Actually getting a confessional, Ep4
NuAitu attends Tribal for the first time, Ep4
Fun times, Ep4 Tribal
Hoping things are still working, Ep4 Tribal
NuRaro, listening to Probst, Ep5 RC
Ready to put some weight on Aitu
Ep5 confessional, happy to win something
Oh, great. Cao Boi's here.
Cao Boi's still here.
Listening to Probst, Ep5 IC
Navigating the poles
Whoa, this is pretty high up...
Less than pleased at losing, post-Ep5 IC
Observing Adam's post-Tribal haranguing of Cristina
Looking forward to getting ripped away from a pole, Ep6 RC
Just a pleasant day at the beach
Raro, ready to ditch Cristina, Ep6 Tribal
Waiting for the puzzle stage, assuming Rebecca doesn't die first, Ep8 RC
Consoling Rebecca after her near-death experience actually participating in the Ep8 RC
Maneuvering poles with the Raro women, Ep8 IC
Hurry up with the puzzle, guys!
Raro wins, for once
Wait, there's a twist? Pre-mutiny offer, Ep9
The pre-mutiny, soon-to-be-larger Raro tribe
The now-bloated Raros, post-mutiny
Hopping in a barrel with Candice. Fun!
A brief respite to avoid suffocation by buoy, Ep9 RC
Listening to Penner's desperate attempt at ingratiation
Welcome back, Candice, who hasn't actually been on our tribe yet! Ep9 IC
Sitting out, getting a bit moist
Listening in on Candice's torpedoing of Penner to Adam
Zits! Ha ha! Ep9 Tribal Council
From her official CBS bio page:
"Born in Chicago, Jenny Guzon-Bae was raised in the western suburb of Melrose Park, Illinois. A natural tomboy, Guzon-Bae was often found playing football, softball, basketball, climbing trees or racing bikes with the boys in her neighborhood. Despite her parents' efforts to make her more lady-like by enrolling her in ballet and gymnastics (13 years of training), Jenny preferred beating out the boys. It wasn't until high school that Jenny finally embraced her feminine side, but she was still the fierce competitor on the inside.
A skilled writer, Guzon-Bae began honing her skills at age 15 when she was hired as a columnist for VIA Times, the largest minority newspaper in the Chicago area. She eventually graduated college with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in journalism from Columbia College in Chicago. She parlayed her writing skills into the spoken word when she became a television reporter for Chicago's only Filipino-American news program, 'Philippine News Reports.' Having retired from reporting a few years ago, Guzon-Bae continues to serve her community by emceeing various social events. She is currently a real estate agent.
Guzon-Bae heads up a volleyball league in her spare time. She also enjoys shopping, yoga, pilates, traveling and playing the board game Scrabble. She recently took up fencing, tennis and belly dancing. She enjoys watching boxing, basketball and football.
Guzon-Bae is a member of the North Shore Barrington Association of Realtors.
Guzon-Bae currently resides in Lake Forest, Illinois with her husband, Don, and their son, Casey. They have three dogs: Cola (an Australian Shepherd), Peanut (a Pembroke Corgi) and Sam (an American Eskimo). Her birth date is May 8, 1970."