Transcript by SurvivorFever.net:
Jeff Probst: Blood Versus Water, the first
one, was risky. It did so well that we thought,
"let's do it again and let's do it with new
people." What we've done to make it new is we've
pitted the loved ones directly against each
other. There is nowhere to hide. You will
have to, at some point, compete against your loved
Probst <talking to Jeremy>: It is the
first twist of the game. You will be competing
against your wife.
Probst: And the stakes are high. For
the winner, reward. For the loser, Exile
Island. So the only way you prove your worth, is
the crush your loved one. That's Blood Versus
Water. That's worth watching. There's no
way to make this a win-win. One person will win,
one will lose, and you have to make it you.
You've got to go for broke. The twist haven't
stopped. You won, you now have to pick someone
to go be with your loved one.
Parvati Shallow: So now there's no Redemption
Island anymore. There's Exile Island, and
there's an idol clue on Exile Island?
Probst: There's a clue at Exile to the
location of a Hidden Immunity Idol. The Hidden
Immunity Idol is back at camp. The trick is,
there's only one clue and there's two people. So
you're going to choose between between two containers
and hope you get lucky. Then you have to figure
out, how do I find the idol within my camp while all
the other people are making fire.
Parvati: The way you have set this game up,
there are so many opportunities for surprises.
Probst: I love when people get emotional and
cry, cause then I really believe we're doing something
real. There's so many reality shows now that are
so scripted. We take great pride in the fact
that Survivor is still up to the players. You
decide you want to play two idols, play it. You
decide you want to take one home as a souvenir, there