What do you get when you take a self-professed chatterbox, an Iron Man-running amputee and a Super Bowl-winning coach and strand them on the remote stretches of a Central American island to duke it out with seventeen other hopefuls in a quest for a million bucks?
The answer, in case you're new to this whole reality TV thing, is quite clear -- you get season 21 of 'Survivor: Nicaragua.' And, what's even more clear is that on the heels of last season's exciting-yet-all-too-familiar 'Heroes vs. Villains' schematic, the producers seem hell bent on shaking things up.
To that end, cue the all-new 'Medallion of Power,' which is designed to "give teams power at challenges," (albeit in a 'Let's Make a Deal' sort of way, since it can be gambled away if the price seems right.) and polarize them from the get-go, and you've got a whole new ball of wax. "If you are 40 and older, you're over here," host Jeff Probst set forth on last night's season premiere. "If you are 30 and under..." Yeah, you get the picture. It's Darwin's survival of the fittest -- 'Survivor' style.
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