The report also claims that contestants who take home second and third place typically make between $80,000 and $100,000.
According to former Juror Jonny Fairplay, each Jury Member receives $40k. And the runner-up of each season of Survivor wins $100,000, similar to how Big Brother awards ten percent of the cash prize to second place.
In 2018, Johnny Fairplay claimed that the first person eliminated from Survivor gets $3,500, and the jury members receive $40,000. Then it starts going up with each jury member. So it works backward. $1 million is first place, second place is $100,000.
All of that prize money is taxable—a lesson Season 1 winner Richard Hatch learned the hard way. (Hatch ended up spending 51 months in prison for failing to pay taxes on his Survivor winnings and other income.) In reality, after taxes, you would end up with about $580,000, according to AOL.
Jury members can eat, drink, and play at Ponderosa. "It's complete freedom." At the resort, jurors can enjoy buffet-style food and plenty of drinks. Three-time competitor Andrea Boehlke told Insider it's like "a big party every single day."
They are however allowed to talk to each other while at Tribal Council but quietly so as not to influence the castaways left in the game. They usually express their feelings through facial expressions, hand gestures & laughter. The jurors also get a chance to discuss who they will vote for as the winner.
SSJ2 Gohan DID use his full power against Cell SSJ2 Gohan DID defeat Super Perfect Cell with his full power. The fact his arm got injured just made Gohan think he was down to half of his power due to his special confidence problems.
Ultimate Gohan was able to stand against Super Buu, which happens to be Buu's second strongest form. So this definitely makes Ultimate Gohan stronger than Goku SSJ3.
Goku SSJ2 (10*FPMSSJ) = 7,500,000,000. Goku SSJ3 (50* SSJ2) =350,000,000,000. Goku SSJ4 (50*SSJ3) =17,500,000,000,000. GOKU SSG = 20,000* POWER ABSORBED THROUGH RITUAL( 5 OR 6 TIMES SSJ) =15,000,000,000,000.