Joe Mena - Survivor: Heroes v Healers v Hustlers
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Seasons: 1 | Days: n | Wins: n | Jury: n

Survivor: Heroes v Healers v Hustlers (2017) - nth place, nth out - nth juror.

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Joe Mena - Career statistics
Challenge stats Tribal council stats Jury stats
Season ChW ChA ChW% VFB VAP TCA TC% wTCR JVF TotJ JV% SurvSc SurvAv
S35: HvHvH - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Career - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Joe Mena - Challenge record
  • S35 logo Heroes v Healers v Hustlers challenges
    Ep6 IC - Discy Business
    Ep9 RC - Hear About It Ladder

    Tribal/team challenge record (5.5*-for-12; 2 sit-outs):

    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers Ep. 1 RC: "Quest for Fire" - Healers hit the beach first, and Healers win! (1st/3).
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers Ep. 1 IC: "Tracks of My Tears" - Hauls carts for the Healers, and they win again (1st/3).
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers Ep. 2 RC/IC: "Crossroads" - Sits out, as the Healers win again (1st/3).
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers Ep. 3 RC/IC: "Rock In a Hard Place" - Tosses sandbags, Healers don't lose (2nd*/3).
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers Ep. 4 RC: "Tangled Up" - Now with new Levu, unable to lasso the sled; Levu loses.
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers Ep. 4 IC: "The Color and the Shape" - Hauls, works the puzzle; Levu loses again (3rd/3).
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers Ep. 5 RC: "Head Long Flight" - Slithers to push the ball along, and Levu wins (1st/3).
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers Ep. 5 IC: "Rice Race" - Moves the rice, retrieves the balls; Levu doesn't lose (2nd*/3).
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers Ep. 6 RC: "A-Tension Span" - Helps move the boat, takes a slingshot shot; Levu loses (3rd/3).
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers Ep. 6 IC: "Discy Business" - Holds the rope, stacks blocks, Levu doesn't lose (2nd*/3).
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers Ep. 8 RC: "Air Raid" - Randomly chosen to sit out, gets to enjoy reward anyway.
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers Ep. 9 RC: "Hear About It Ladder" - Unlocks the crates, shoots all 5 hoops; red team wins.

    *Note: Second-place finishes in the three-tribe phase of HvHvH count as half a win.

     

    Will It Go Round - Ep7 IC
    Ten Foot Pole - Ep8 IC

    Individual challenge record (0-for-3): (Mean % finish: 44.9%)

    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers, Ep. 7 IC: "Will It Go Round" - Eighth person to drop out (5th/12).
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers, Ep. 8 IC: "Ten Foot Pole" - Second person to drop out (10th/11).
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers, Ep. 9 IC: "Squatty Probst" - Fifth person to drop out, fairly quickly (6th/10).

     

    Redemption/Exile Island duel record (0-for-0):

    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers: None yet.
Career challenge totals
  • Team/tribal challenges
    Wins: 5.5*
    Played: 12
    Win%: 0.46
    Sat out: 2
  • Individual challenges
    Wins: 0
    Played: 3
    Win%: 0.00
    Mean% Finish: 44.9%
  • Duels
    Wins: 0
    Played: 0
    Win%: --
    Mean% Finish: --
Joe Mena - Tribal Council record
  • S35 logo Heroes v Healers v Hustlers Tribal
    Ep4 Tribal Council
    Ep4 Tribal Council

    Idols held/played: (2/2; 2 votes voided)

    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers, Ep. 2: With Cole's assistance, finds the Healers' idol (Day 5).
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers, Ep. 4: Plays the idol for himself, voiding two votes & avoiding a tie (Day 11).
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers, Ep. 6: Finds the Levu clue during the day, digs up the idol at night (Day 15).
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers, Ep. 7: Plays the idol for himself, no votes voided (Day 19).

     

    VFB - Votes for the person booted (2/4):

    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers, Ep. 4: Alan Ball (idoled out, 2-[0]).
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers, Ep. 9: Cole Medders (voted out, 7-[0]-1).

     

    VAP - Votes against (4):

    • [Heroes v Healers v Hustlers, Ep. 4: Two votes, from Alan and Ashley; both voided by his idol play.]
    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers, Ep. 8: Four votes, from Ashley, Chrissy, Cole, and Mike.

     

    Jury votes made (0/0):

    • Heroes v Healers v Hustlers: None yet.
Career Tribal Council totals
  • Hidden idols
    Found: 2
    Played: 2
    Votes voided: 2
  • Voting record
    VFB: 2
    Tribals: 4
    VAP: 4
  • Jury votes
    Made: 0
    For winners: --
    Received: --
Joe Mena - Pictures
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Joe Mena - Bio
  • S35 logo Heroes v Healers v Hustlers bio

    Excerpts from his official CBS Heroes v. Healers v. Hustlers bio page (8/30/17):

     

    "Pet peeves: My biggest pet peeve is that fake energetic, fake smile, person that we all know. Also, someone who does not take responsibility for their actions, and is constantly giving excuses. Let's not forget that individual that must have one up on you.

     

    What's your personal claim to fame? Obtaining my degree. This is something I'm proud of because it has given me the opportunity to secure my career and that has given me the lifestyle where I have the ability to provide my children with their wants, needs, and a lovely home that they can call their own. Without my degree, I wouldn't have been able to accomplish this.

     

    Who or what is your inspiration in life? A hero is someone who is noble and will not let you down. My sisters are my heroes—they are noble, loyal, and love me unconditionally.

     

    If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? Me, myself, and a picture of my children. I don’t think I would need anything but a picture of my children. A picture would provide me with a tangible image of them instead of just a mental image.

     

    Which Survivor contestant are you most like? Tony Vlachos' understanding of how to manipulate others, Mike Holloway's "balls to the wall" attitude, and Jeremy Collins' ability to stay true to himself.

     

    What's your reason for being on Survivor? Mo money baby! Of course the million dollars. I play "survivor" 40 hours a week at work. It would take me 10 plus years to earn a million dollars at my current work rate. Why not speed up the process and make a million in six weeks? It’s a no brainer. In addition, I always tell my son that he needs to give 100 percent in everything he does. I'm constantly telling him "go hard or go home." I just want him to see that what I preach, I also apply to myself.

     

    Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? I can relate to people from all paths of life, I work in a diverse community with diverse backgrounds in age, religion, and social status. I can converse with anyone about anything. With these stories, I’ll be able to manipulate individuals and my surroundings. I'm a likable, outspoken, and natural in most things I do. Nothing I do feels forced or uncomfortable. I'm well aware of my strengths and weaknesses. I'm not going to Survivorfor vacation or fame. I'm not going to be away from my children for six weeks and come back empty handed. I can win this and I am confident I can."

     

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