When most people think of the 14th season of Fiji, they think of THAT moment involving Dreamz Herd, Yau-Man and the truck. It was a big talking point of a season which isn’t given the credit it deserves, and it’s something that has lived with Dreamz ever since he decided not to give immunity to Yau-Man, despite getting a car from the original promise. But even after all these years, Dreamz is the first to say it was a game and defends his move, and goes into great detail about why he was a strategic powerhouse on his only season, and why he needs more credit from a strong game that was overshadowed by one moment.
Dreamz came from a difficult background to thrive in his setting in Fiji, getting along with people, being strong in challenges and generally being involved in a large portion of the main moves across the season. His moves saw him make it all the way to the end, where unfortunately for him he was unable to even come close to winning and alongside Cassandra received zero votes against eventual winner Earl.
In our chat with Dreamz, he talks about how he got on Survivor, which contestants he started to get along with early on and who he was extremely disappointed to see leave early, which player he deliberately kept safe to help him along the way, the tribe switch and why it worked for him, the season being ‘The Dreamz show’, why he wanted to take goats to the end, playing the game and separating it from real life, who he would’ve voted for to win had he been on the jury as well as attempting to get second, why Jeff Probst needs new shoes and what actually happened to THAT car when he got home.