Peih-Gee Law - Survivor: China, Survivor: Cambodia-Second Chance
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Seasons: 2 | Days: 45 | Wins: 0 | Jury: 1

Survivor: China (2007) - 5th place, 12th out - sixth juror.

  • Voted out in Episode 12, "Hello, I'm Still A Person!" (Day 36).

Survivor: Cambodia - Second Chance (2015) - 3rd out, 18th place.

  • Voted out in Episode 3, "We Got a Rat" (Day 9).
Peih-Gee Law - Career statistics
Challenge stats Tribal council stats Jury stats
Season ChW ChA ChW% VFB VAP TCA TC% wTCR JVF TotJ JV% SurvSc SurvAv
S15: China 3.58 11.30 0.32 5 8 10 0.49 1.17 - - - 0.81 4.75
S31: Cambodia 0.00 0.38 0.00 2 4 3 0.61 2.33 - - - 0.61 2.33
Career 3.58 11.68 0.31 7 12 13 0.53 1.51 - - - 0.84 3.30
Peih-Gee Law - Challenge record
Survivor: China - Click links to watch the challenges on YouTube
Throwing the Ep5 IC
Drum Roll - Ep9 RC

Tribal/team challenge record (3-for-12):

  • China Ep. 1 IC: "Dragon Dance" - Zhan Hu loses.
  • China Ep. 2 RC: "Chinese Checkers" - Zhan Hu is no match for James, loses again.
  • China Ep. 2 IC: "Gate Crasher" - Underfed Zhan Hu loses a physical challenge once again.
  • China Ep. 3 RC: "Clear the Deck" - Somehow, Zhan Hu wins.
  • China Ep. 3 IC: "Blade Runner" - Amazingly, Zhan Hu wins for a second straight time.
  • China Ep. 4 RC: "Great Balls of Fire" - With Sherea, moves Zhan Hu's first fireball, but Zhan Hu loses.
  • China Ep. 4 IC: "Warrior's Duel" - Zhan Hu loses again.
  • China Ep. 5 IC: "Plunge, Pull & Pop" - With Jaime, successfully throws the IC, Zhan Hu loses on purpose.
  • China Ep. 6 RC: "Search and Decode" - Zhan Hu loses yet again.
  • China Ep. 6 IC: "Name That Spoon" (gross food) - Finally, Zhan Hu wins.
  • China Ep. 8 RC: "Bucket Stops Here" - Part of the losing team, with Courtney, Frosti, & Erik.
  • China Ep. 9 RC: "Drum Roll" - Part of the losing team again, with Todd, Denise, & James.

 

Take a Stab At It - Ep9 IC
Winning the Ep9 IC

Individual challenge record (3-for-9): (Mean % finish: 61%)

  • China Ep. 7 IC: "Retention to Detail" - One of four people eliminated on the first question (tie-7th/10).
  • China Ep. 8 IC: "Dragon Rider" - Fifth person to drop out, at circa 20 minutes (5th/9).
  • China Ep. 9 IC: "Take A Stab At It"- Survives for three rounds, and Peih-Gee wins! (1st/4).
  • China Ep. 10 RC: "Confucius Said" - Gets every question right, and Peih-Gee wins her 2nd challenge in the same day! (1st/7).
  • China Ep. 10 IC: "Star Struck" - Eliminated in the first round, zero total points (7th/7).
  • China Ep. 11 RC: "Marco Polo" - Blindfolded, as is her dad; does not win (bottom 5/6).
  • China Ep. 11 IC: "Swamp Donkeys" - Thanks to a wrong guess by Todd, Peih-Gee wins again (1st/6).
  • China Ep. 12 RC: "Zen Archery" - Given just one arrow, and nobody shoots her squares (5th/5).
  • China Ep. 12 IC: "Chinese Leftovers" - Battles Amanda to the final round, but falls short on the puzzle (2nd/5).

 

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

  • None.

 

Survivor: Cambodia-Second Chance
Yank Yer Hank - Ep2 RC/IC
Draggin' the Dragon - Ep3 RC/IC

Tribal/team challenge record (0-for-3):

  • Cambodia Ep. 1 RC/IC: "Quest for Fire" - Carries the raft, watches Kelly not get the key; Ta Keo loses.
  • Cambodia Ep. 2 RC/IC: "Yank Yer Hank" - Initially works the puzzle with Kelley, but Ta Keo loses again.
  • Cambodia Ep. 3 RC/IC: "Draggin' the Dragon" - Works the puzzle for Angkor, which loses (3rd/3).

 

Individual challenge record (0-for-0):

  • Cambodia: None.

 

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

  • None.

 

Career challenge totals
  • Team/tribal challenges
    Wins: 3
    Played: 14
    Win%: 0.21
    Sat out: 0
  • Individual challenges
    Wins: 3
    Played: 9
    Win%: 0.33
    Mean% Finish: 61%
  • Duels
    Wins: 0
    Played: 0
    Win%: --
    Mean% Finish: --
Peih-Gee Law - Tribal Council record
Survivor: China
Ep1 Tribal Council
Ep7 Tribal Council

Idols held/played (0/0): (China: 0/0)

  • China: None.

 

VFB - Votes for the person booted (5/10):

  • China, Ep. 1: Chicken Morris (voted out, 5-2-1).
  • China, Ep. 2: Ashley Massaro (voted out, 6-1).
  • China, Ep. 4: Dave Cruser (voted out, 5-1).
  • China, Ep. 5: Aaron Reisberger (voted out, 3-1-1).
  • China, Ep. 8: Frosti Zernow (voted out, 7-1).

 

VAP - Votes against (8):

  • China, Ep. 1: One vote, from Ashley.
  • China, Ep. 5: One vote, from James.
  • China, Ep. 8: One vote, from Denise.
  • China, Ep. 10: One vote, from James.
  • China, Ep. 12: Four votes, from Todd, Courtney, Amanda, and Denise (voted out, 4-1).

 

Jury votes made (1/1):

  • China, Ep. 14: Voted for Todd Herzog (who won, 4-2-1).

 

Survivor: Cambodia-Second Chance
Ep1 Tribal Council
She tried... Ep3 Tribal Council

Idols held/played: (0/0)

  • None.

 

VFB - Votes for the person booted (2/3):

 

VAP - Votes against (4):

  • Cambodia, Ep. 3: Four votes, from Abi-Maria, Savage, Tasha, and Varner (voted out, 4-2).

 

Jury votes made (0):

  • None.

 

Career Tribal Council totals
  • Hidden idols
    Found: 0
    Played: 0
    Votes voided: -
  • Voting record
    VFB: 7
    Tribals: 13
    VAP: 12
  • Jury votes
    Made: 1
    For winners: 1
    Received: -
Peih-Gee Law - Pictures
Survivor: China, Cambodia - Second Chance image galleries
Peih-Gee Law - Interviews
Survivor: China

Pre-game interviews

  • Probst pre-game assessment from TV Guide online (8/20/07): "Historically, Peih-Gee's qualities don't bode well. She's quick with an opinion and she's got a lot of them. But Peih-Gee is a player — she's smart and knows how to work with people even though she may have no idea what they're saying behind her back. She understands you can be bossy and make it work."

 

Post-game interviews

  • Christopher Rocchio at RealityTVWorld (12/5/07): "Peih-Gee Law talks about her Survivor: China adventure"
  • Eric Goldman at IGN.com (12/14/07): "Survivor: China Interview - Peih-Gee"
  • SurvivorOz podcast interview (12/24/12)

 

Survivor: Cambodia - Second Chance

Pre-game interviews

  • Rob Cesternino at RHAP (5/11/15): "Survivor: Second Chances | Peih-Gee Law Interview"
  • Dom Harvey & Colin Stone at The Dom & Colin Podcast (5/15/15): "Survivor 31 Cast Interview: Peih-Gee Law"
  • Erin Cebula at ET Canada (8/24/15): Pre-game video interview
  • Josh Wigler at Parade.com (9/1/15): "Peih-Gee Law Puts Her Survivor Game Face on"
  • Dalton Ross at EW.com (9/4/15): "Peih Gee Law on the advice Amanda Kimmel gave her"
  • Gordon Holmes at XfinityTV.com (9/14/15): "Peih-Gee: 'I Call the Two Man Buns the Boy Wonders'"
  • Pre-departure in-studio CBS video interview (released 9/14/15)

 

Post-game interviews

  • Gordon Holmes at XfinityTV.com (10/8/15): "Peih-Gee: 'Abi Is Like a Rabid Chihuahua'"
  • Josh Wigler at Parade.com (10/8/15): "It's Game Over for Peih-Gee Law on Survivor: Second Chance"
  • Rob Cesternino at RHAP (10/8/15): "Exit Interview with the Latest Player Voted out of Survivor: Cambodia"
  • Dalton Ross at EW.com (10/8/15): "Peih-Gee from Survivor compares Abi to a 'rabid dog'"
  • Steve Helling at People.com (10/10/15): "Peih-Gee Law: My Feud with Abi was 'One-Sided'"

 

Peih-Gee Law- Bios
Survivor: China

From her official CBS Survivor: China bio page:

 

"Peih-Gee Law was born in Hong Kong and moved to Los Angeles at a very young age. She attended an all-girl Catholic high school, from which she graduated with a 4.0 GPA (she also received an almost perfect score on her verbal SATs, 780 / 800). She attended the University of California, Los Angeles, but got kicked out for low grades (partying got in the way). A former dancer, she appeared in music videos for Daft Punk, Crystal Method, Madonna, Janet Jackson and Maxwell. She also appeared in the 1998 MTV Music Awards as a back-up dancer for Madonna's performance of "Ray of Light." Although she did this while still in college, she never wanted to pursue it as a career. She was reinstated to UCLA after attending junior college and eventually earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature.

 

After graduation, Law moved to England to set up an import/export company for her aunt and uncle. She eventually moved back to the US and now works for her parents' jewelry business, basically running the operation: everything from designing, manufacturing, appraisals, sales and accounting. She is currently working on launching her own jewelry line.

 

Law is no stranger to travel. She spent two months backpacking in Southeast Asia. She spent two weeks on an island in Malaysia living in a hut with no running water or electricity and went scuba diving every day. She also trekked through the Northeastern part of Thailand.

 

Law enjoys snowboarding, scuba diving and dancing. She is a voracious reader, loves organizing board game night and playing video games. She considers travel and adventure to be necessities in life. She describes herself as free-spirited, witty, spunky, assertive, optimistic and open-minded. She is outspoken and strong-willed, with a tendency to think like a guy. She considers her biggest strength to be having a good attitude, seeing the brighter side of things and having the ability to focus all her will on the task at hand. Law is a member of Jewelry Importers & Manufacturers Association.

 

Law currently resides in Marina Del Rey, California, with her two cats, Butter (short for Butterface) and Sugar. Her birth date is April 7, 1978."

 

Survivor: Cambodia - Second Chance

From her CBS Survivor: Cambodia bio page (nothing to see there):

 

Official CBS pre-game interview:

 

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