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'Survivor: One World': Jeff Probst Cracks Dirty Jokes, Then Things Get Dirtier (VIDEO)

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'Survivor: One World': Jeff Probst's Dirty Jokes As The Tribes Merge
'Survivor: One World': Jeff Probst's Dirty Jokes As The Tribes Merge

If it seemed that Jeff Probst was perhaps having a little too much fun with the commentary on this week's immunity challenge on "Survivor: One World" (Wed., 8 p.m. ET on CBS), that's because he was. The host went to Twitter to talk about all of his "ball" and "disc" jokes, patting himself on the back about a few of them.

But that's not the only thing that got dirty, As Tarzan's underwear came under more scrutiny than most viewers probably wanted to know about. Some things that happen out there on the islands should perhaps stay out there on the islands.

But as much as Tarzan was driving everyone crazy, strategy came into play and Jonas was the one eliminated. This gives the women a leg up in numbers, though it's not clear that the earlier gender divide is still in play. One thing that is clear is how the entire tone of the game changed this week without Colton's dominant presence.

"Survivor: One World" continues marching toward a winner every Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

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