Some "Survivor" viewers were outraged Wednesday night after a female contestant who accused a male player of inappropriate touching was ultimately voted off while the accused remained to compete for the million-dollar prize.
CBS aired back-to-back episodes of "Survivor: Island of the Idols" on Wednesday night, titled "We made it to the merge," in which the two disparate tribes become one for the first time.
As the tribes start fraternizing, Kellee Kim and Missy Byrd talk for the first time on screen, and an issue comes up about alleged inappropriate touching by contestant Dan Spilo, which Kim had addressed with him in the first episode of the season.
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Byrd tells Kim that she too has been uncomfortable around Spilo, a 48-year-old Hollywood talent manager, while competing in Fiji, and that three other women have also.