Episode 1: I Need Redemption: Survivor: South Pacific (Upolu, Samoa)
Air Date: Sep 14, 2011
18 new contestantsare divided into two tribes and are joined by 2 returning players. Everyone on Savaii is thrilled to have Ozzy join them, while those on Upolu are much more hesitant to have "Coach" on their tribe. The two returning players then participate in a reward challenge specially designed for them. With the help of a very vocal tribe, Ozzy wins the challenge leaving "Coach" feeling rejected by his new tribemates. Savaii arrive at their beach and right away the tribe start to get to know each other. When Ozzy suggests to go for a swim, Cochran is very hesitant but ultimately dives in. Over at the Upolu beach, the tribemates take advantage of "Coach's" prior experiences while building the shelter. But while everyone is working, Christine starts her search for the hidden immunity idol. That night, "Coach" feels more comfortable and welcomed by his tribe as a new alliance of five bond under the stars. The next day after Savaii wakes up, Dawn has a rough morning and needs to be consoled by Ozzy. Later that day, the tribes meet for their first immunity challenge which is won by Upolu. When Savaii return to their beach, Dawn hopes that an argument between Semhar and Jim will keep her safe. But Ozzy feels that Semhar should stay and that Cochran lacks the physical strength needed.
Episode 2: He Has Demons
Air Date: Sep 21, 2011
When they asked who Coach had heard that from, Coach refused to say until Brandon confessed to telling the two women to vote against Mikayla. When the vote came, the alliance of six followed Coach's plan and split their vote. Mikayla also voted against Christine and she was sent to Redemption Island by a vote of 4311.
Episode 3: Reap What You Sow
Air Date: Sep 28, 2011
After Brandon felt threatened by her demeanor, he gathered the rest of the tribe and told them all that he was very upset at Mikayla's approach, that she did not appear to have much of an alliance, and to keep him out of all tribal drama. Coach was concerned that Brandon's outburst would cause friction within the tribe and his alliance.
Episode 4: Survivalism
Air Date: Oct 5, 2011
On Savaii, Jim sees that Ozzy and Elyse are spending too much time together and knows that a couple is dangerous. So he approaches Cochran for a plan to get rid of Elyse to which Cochran jumps on board. The next morning on Upolu, Brandon regrets losing his cool in front of his tribe and goes around apologizing to his tribe mates. He also tells Edna that she is not part of the tribe's main alliance and could be next.Later, Edna tries to beef up her social game, butstarts annoying all the women on the tribe. Back on Savaii, before Jim leaves to witness the Redemption duel, Ozzy mocks him, telling the others he is thinking too much about strategy. Before the Immunity/Reward Challenge, Jim and Cochran don't think they have the numbers in order to vote out Elyse but find out that Dawn is interested. But their plan will have to wait when they win the Immunity Challenge. Upolu return to their beach after the challenge and Stacey is confident she performed well, but is still in danger before Tribal Council.
Episode 5: Taste The Victory
Air Date: Oct 12, 2011
A scorned castaway on Redemption Island seeks revenge by revealing some tribal secrets. Back at camp, hungry players take part in an intense immunity challenge.
Episode 7: Trojan Horse
Air Date: Oct 26, 2011
In a nutshell, after watching Upolu outcast Christine win her fifth straight Redemption Island duel, Savaii tribemates Ozzy and Cochran began reviewing worst-case scenarios one of which included Christine staying loyal to Upolu if she lasted long enough to get reintroduced into the general population after a merger.
Episode 11: A Closer Look - Recap of the season so far & previously unseen footage
Air Date: Nov 23, 2011
The first U. S. season of Survivor followed the same general format as the Swedish series, but, since then, the show has introduced several twists on the core rules in order to keep the players on their toes and to prevent players from relying on strategies that succeeded in prior seasons. These changes have included tribal switches, seasons starting with more than two tribes, the ability to exile a player from a tribe for a short time
Episode 13: Ticking Time Bomb
Air Date: Dec 7, 2011
Every player receives a prize for participating on Survivor depending on how long he or she lasts in the game. In most seasons, the runner-up receives $100, 000, and third place wins $85, 000. Sonja Christopher, the first player voted off in Survivor: Borneo, received $2, 500.  The prize was increased for Survivor: All-Stars. The known prizes for Survivor: All-Stars were as follows: 2nd = $250, 000; 3rd = $125, 000; 4th = $100, 000.