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'Survivor' goes biblical. Sort of.

ComingSoon recently ran the CBS press release on the next season of Survivor: Gabon - Earth's Last Eden, in which was nestled this tidbit:
Marooned in the wilderness, 18 individuals will embark on an amazing African adventure, battling extreme conditions and interacting with wildlife such as elephants and gorillas, while attempting to forge alliances with strangers from diverse backgrounds. "In a strange coincidence to Earth's Last Eden - good vs. evil emerges as a major theme this season. I think the audience will quickly identify with one group or the other," host Jeff Probst teases. Will the group of deceitful castaways outlast those individuals who play from their heart or will the forces of evil prevail? Will temptations interfere with logical decision-making? More importantly, which side will come out on top?
Not that I haven't gotten God-talk out of Survivor before, heh. An interesting way to spin the season, I must admit. Though, I must also admit I'm more than a bit skeptical.

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