Are the producers finally bored of the repetition after 23 seasons?
One week no one goes home, the next week, two get knocked out at once.
There have been quite a few couples formed through the show, so let’s take a trip down memory lane and look at some of the most famous pairings, and where they are now! Water couples) Boston Rob and Amber Without a doubt the most famous couple, Rob and Amber were one of the first real couples to come out of a reality TV show, with their level of savvy gameplay only matched by their love for one another. Lee and El stole all of our hearts during season one.
The pair did a pretty great job making their obvious alliance seem non-threatening to the others who allowed them to sail to the final three together!
)Of all the pop-star couple shows listed, this one is by far the most dry. Can’t we just give Nick and Joe Jonas their own shirtless show? Jeff Lewis & Gage Edward ()The only thing more impossible to imagine than this cushy-lipped design dictator finding love with a handsome, upstanding gentleman is imagining what these two will be like as parents. Unfortunately, their differences became apparent when their breakup led to more than a few Twitter feuds. Grant Kemp & Lace Morris ( gets a lot of well-deserved heat for never choosing a black suitor, so I don’t understand why the show doesn’t highlight this relationship more often. Meanwhile, Erika scored a second-place trophy and a paper ring. Mike “Boogie” Malin and Krista Stegall ()This is where we saw that move before.
Keith: It was one of the toughest feelings that I've ever had to deal with in my life. When you have to play with a returning player, you can't truly play game 100 percent because we have to realize the impact of the veteran.
You have the highest of highs when you win and the lowest of lows when you lose. I also didn't anticipate that the tribe was going to become like a family.
For the next three weeks, Vulture is holding a TV Couple Scuffle to determine the greatest couple on television in the past 30 years.
Below, we remember the great couples on the unscripted side of television.