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NaOnka Mixon
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TV Reality Show Contestant
    Born in United States
    Based in Los Angeles
    Quit Survivor Nicaragua on Day 28
    YMCA physical education instructor, college track coach, and personal trainer
    Her nickname is ‘Nay.’
    Her reason for thinking she’d be the Sole Survivor? ‘My drive to win!’ (Some drive!)
    What, her name wasn’t weird enough to get on America’s Next Top Model?
    She claims to be a big fan of the Samoa cycle.
    In the Thanksgiving recap episode, she believed the Espada had already built a house with all the trimmings (it actually collapsed during a rainy evening).
    Having thought she was missing a sock, which she kept in her shoes, she grabbed the first pair she could find — Jud’s.
    In full view of the other La Flor members, she smashed Kelly B to the ground to snatch the hidden immunity idol clue in the basket they won at the barrel challenge. (How ironic: she accused Marty of bullying Jane.)
    Curled up in a blanket during a rainstorm, she cried so much that Alina likened her to a high-school girl on her period.
    Angry over what she perceived to be unequal portion sizes and a clear pecking order, she made off with the Libertad tortilla equipment and scores of fruit.
    At the tribal council where Marty was eliminated, she dropped a number of foul bombs and flipped the bird.
    She backstabbed Brenda, who was her ally.
    She was completely unapologetic about quitting or refusing to sacrifice her cinema reward for shelter; unlike Osten Taylor, she received a post-departure confessional.
    Shades of Sandra! In the second episode preview, she went, ‘I can get loud, too!’
    She considers it an achievement not to be knocked up into her mid-20s.
    She took a liking to Sash because she didn’t believe anyone else on La Flor would talk to her.
    Shades of Yasmin, she wore clunky wedge slides — thankfully not to Tribal Council!
    At the final tribal reward challenge, she scored the first goal of the game en route to the win.
    She referred to Survivor as 10 percent physical and 90 percent mental — indeed!
    Unlike what Sash did with Marty, she willingly handed her hidden immunity idol over to Chase.
    Fellow tribemates, particularly Sash, saw her as the ultimate jury opponent — and she may have made it to the end had it not been for her quitting.
    She was quite entertaining to watch and hear!
    Brenda described her and Kelly S’s quits as ‘disgusting.’ The other jurors agreed.

Credit: Cool It All Right? & Batty

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