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Jeff Probst: For our 33rd season, Survivor will put 20 new
castaways to the ultimate test to prove which generation has what it
takes to outwit, outplay and outlast. It's Survivor:
Millennials vs Gen X.
Chris: It's hard work. It's not how fast I can type on
Google to find the answer. The Millennials, they don't have a clue
what they're life is gonna be like or what they're doing. They
don't have a plan. They certainly haven't been battle
tested. If you've never been knocked down, then you don't know how
to get up and fight.
Taylor: I think the older generation, they've been brainwashed
with this "you have to have a career, you have to do A, B, C,
D" I'm a free man, I don't like to be caged. You
can do whatever the hell you want.
I'm gonna go do it. #sole survivor.
Mari: You're constantly told, "Grow up. Stop
playing. It's not a game. This is life." But I
play video games online for a living. It's a blessing and it's
because I'm a Millennial.
Sunday: I don't feel like most young person are quite as
drive. I just feel like they are a little bit more que sera
sera. If it takes me seven years to do school, who cares. My
parents are paying for it.
Zeke: The stereotype of Millennials are they are always on
social media, they're always on Twitter. I generally resent
technology. I think Twitter is the worst thing ever
invented. I mean, I'm on Twitter but I still think it's
horrendous. I don't like being tied to my phone. I might not
look it but I'm a very outdoorsy person. I can hack it out
David: They think we're old. They think we don't get it,
but we handed them the world that they're just taking advantage
of. And there were no participation awards when I was growing up,
but honestly, who I am, I really could have used one. I could have
used a dozen. Survivor is all about earning it, whereas
Millennials feel like they deserve it.
Probst: The greatest social experiment on television continues
with Survivor: Millennials VS Gen X, this Fall on CBS.