‘Survivor 41’ Contestants Play ‘Would You Rather?’ | Entertainment Weekly

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In the world of Survivor, there is pretty much nothing worse than being the first one voted out of a season. And there is pretty much nothing better than winning the game and the million dollars that goes along with it. On these two points, most players can agree.

But what if it wasn’t so easy? What if the embarrassment and humiliation of being ousted by your peers came with a big cash prize? And what if the glory and prestige of winning the greatest game on earth was not accompanied by a single red cent? Then things get a little more complicated.

We decided to spring a little game of “Would You Rather” on the cast of Survivor 41 (which premieres tonight on CBS), asking them the following question: Would you rather win Survivor but receive no money, or be voted out first and get a million dollars?

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