Survivor Jeff Probst has always been a little over the top. His legendary guest and limpets can often be seen entering new filming locations while hanging on the side of a helicopter. At the end of a season, spectators would get a wild montage of Probst sky, kick with women on jet skis, or ride on a sick motorcycle to deliver the final votes. While the intros remain just as fierce, the delivery of the vote stopped a long time ago, leaving diehard fans wondering – what happened to Jeff Probst’s travel montages?
Filming for ‘Survivor’ Season 41 has been postponed
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With COVID-19 sweeping the world, and hitting the United States hard, Survivor Guest Jeff Probst decided to cancel the filming, along with CBS. The franchise concluded that team and team health and safety is paramount – a good move.
“Although Fiji has had no issues and is very remote, our team has over 400 and they fly in from over 20 different countries, creating a need for it. more time to review and create our new production safety plan, ”Probst explained in a cast and crew statement.
“The situation is unique and we are learning more information every day. It is with great concern for all of you that we have taken this step. ”
“We are the most experienced international television team in the world and for 20 years we have led a number of production issues calmly and successfully. We will sail in this way, ”said the legendary host.
Why did Jeff Probst stop delivering the votes in cool vehicles?
If anything there are fans of it Survivor Jeff Probst ‘s knowledge is that the guest is dedicated to the game above all else. So in the end, Probst felt like the montages of the vehicles were just taking time away from a deeper end program.
“This is the thing for me. It was fun to do. We did it several times. And we always had a fun, tongue-in-mouth way to do it. But I don’t want to do it again, ”said Probst Weekly entertainment.
“We don’t want to do it just to do it and spend time out of our weekend, which is already so full that there is no time for the reunion show. So I don’t have a good idea yet. Honestly, doing something like a table paddle or whatever, why? ”
And a shameful attempt at skateboarding
Although Jeff Probst probably wouldn’t do it anymore Survivor travel montages, the guest had a funny story to share. Apparently, the last attempt at a travel montage involved a skateboard, and it put Jeff Probst over the edge.
“The plan was this: I walk past the skate park and I go, ‘Hey, kid. Can I have your table? And the kid looks at me like in that Mean Trader Joe Greene … a Coke trader, and he says, ‘Hey, you’re a Survivor guy! Yes! ‘And he’ll throw me his skateboard,’ explained Probst.
“And I’m going to hop on the skateboard, jump by the sidewalk, and then kick the skateboard in my hands and give it back to the baby and say, ‘Thank you, children. I can see you around. ‘”
Unfortunately, it seems Probst wasn’t just a wizard with the board.
“So we have this idea and I go, ‘But it’s the same thing, guys – I can’t skateboard. But I will try to learn. ‘We’ll hire this man. …[The] one is like, ‘Listen, here’ s what you do: You ride the board and you use the levers of your weight to hop it up on the pavement, sliding across… ‘And I look at it, like, ARE WE AT RISK ?! ”He said.
“About 15 hours after it hit me in the side of my face I said, ‘Of course I’m out. You’re burned, because I’m out. ‘”