“It is everywhere.” Parvati Shallow Slams Survivor’s ‘New Era’

The winner Parvati Shallow takes part in the finale of Survivor: Micronesia


The winner Parvati Shallow takes part in the finale of Survivor: Micronesia

“Survivor” alum Parvati Shallow performed at the May 9 episode of “Drop Your Buffs” podcast, and the fan favorite didn’t hold back on sharing her candid thoughts on Survivor’s “new era.”

In a promotional video For Survivor 41, Jeff Prost announced that Season 41 would mark the beginning of a new era, referred to Survivor 41 as “Survivor 2.0” and called it a “brand new game”.

Seasons 41 and 42 introduced a number of new twists and perks, which angered longtime fans who felt the game had become too complicated.

Parvati agreed with fans that the game had become too complicated.

“I think it’s gotten quite distracting,” she told hosts Sean Ross and Evan Ross Katz on the May 9 episode. “As a player watching the show, there is an overload for me. It’s like a system overload.”

The former winner said she thinks the “overload” of twists and perks made it harder for castaways to strategize.

“How can you come up with a strategy that will take you from day one to the end of the game if you don’t know who [has advantages and] if they are [going to] Are you coming?” she said. “Can you really start building relationships with people and building the trusting relationships that are required to take a player through each stage of the game?”

Parvati was critical of the changes made to the game, telling Sean and Evan, “It’s like that everywhere. It’s hard for me to get a sense of solid ground.”

Parvati Shallow thinks Jeff Probst is having an identity crisis

Parvati’s recent appearance on Drop Your Buffs isn’t the first time the Survivor alum has commented on the changes being made to the game.

At a performance on “Rob has a podcast” In October 2021, the 39-year-old claimed Jeff Probst was having “an identity crisis.”

“That may be debatable, but I will say it anyway. I think Jeff might be having a little identity crisis,” she told host Rob Cesternino.

“I think he comes in and says, ‘I must be super awake,'” she continued. “‘I have to make sure I’m saying the right things to make sure all different groups of people feel heard and seen’… That struck me. Jeff is like he really embraces his therapist version of the host. And then there’s the long hair. It will also do away with the “Come in boys”

Parvati is referencing Jeff’s controversial decision to retire his signature “Come on in, Guys” catchphrase in Season 41.

Parvati Shallow on the Cook Islands controversy

On the May 9 episode of Drop Your Buffs, Sean and Evan asked Parvati for their take on the controversy “Survivor: Cook Islands.”

The season received backlash for dividing the castaways by ethnicity. Parvati finished sixth for the season.

The “Fans vs. Favorites” winner told Sean and Evan that the decision to divide the tribes by ethnicity felt illegal.

“It was so wild,” she said. “It felt like it should be illegal when I played this game. I thought, ‘You can’t put people into races.’ It’s cool to have all different types of people and to have represented more minorities in Survivor… I’m ok with that, but when I broke down the tribes into races I was like, ‘I don’t know about that.’”

Parvati went on to say that she supports them CBS Diversity Pledgewhich states that henceforth all unscripted programs will have casts “with at least 50% of the participants being Black, Indigenous and Colored (BIPOC) beginning in the 2021-2022 broadcast season.”

“It’s amazing,” she said. “I think it’s wonderful to have this diversity in the game. I find that makes it more entertaining [because] People from different cultures and backgrounds play differently and interact with people differently.”

Survivor 43 will air in Fall 2022.

READ MORE: Survivor 42: Jonathan Young speaks out after being called a ‘misogynist’

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