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broke the fourth wall to an extent the show never had before.After the conclusion of a reward challenge, in which players had been forced to dig through sand in 118 degree heat without water or shade, three different players received the attention of the show's medical team.As ‘Survivor’ host, Jeff Probst has spent 17 years and 34 seasons mediating contestant drama during Tribal Council, now he’s translating that to relationship disputes! WATCH: Jeff Probst Reveals What He Packs to Film ‘Survivor’ in the Jungle How Should We Decide Where to Live?Danielle is from Queens, John is from Brooklyn and they both live with their parents.They want to move in together, but both want to live close to their own family.
"They raised them with the kind of love that the kids they see me, and he's now remarried, his wife, they just see us as two more parents." when King comments that the kids don't see Probst as a stepdad, the Emmy Award winner says, "They're not stepkids." Awww! "Sometimes it'd be dad, sometimes it'd be Jeff, dad two, sometimes it'd be D-2.You just don’t do that to someone."The longtime Survivor host has seen his fair share of intense moments since the show premiered in 2000, but Smith's outing was one of the most shocking."It was one of the most surreal moments I’ve ever encountered on the show,” he said.But Probst, who has had "a ton of individual therapy over the years," says his own life has suffered because of the travel demands of the show. But since then, he has had access to e-mail or "bad cellphone" reception, he says.His three-year relationship with Survivor: Vanuatu (2004) contestant Julie Berry ended several months ago. "You have to make it work." On-set psychologist Liza Siegel, who meets with each contestant after his or her elimination, also has provided comfort.