"Survivor: Heroes vs. Villans" spoilers reveal what went on during the twentieth season of the CBS reality television series "Survivor," which was an all-star format with each of the twenty contestants having already played one or more seasons of "Survivor."  In "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villans," each of the former castaways were given another shot at the grand prize of one million dollars. The "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villans" spoilers feature arguably some of the best and worst moves in "Survivor" history, as well as some twists and turns along the way.  

"Outwit, Outplay, Outlast" gets a makeover.  For the special "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villans" season, producers changed the series tagline from the classic "Outwit, Outplay, Outlast" to "Return, Revenge, Redemption."  While all were returning players, only a few actually found the revenge and redemption they were seeking.

Richard Hatch is not among the contestants. As one of the earlier "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villans" spoilers leaked, fans of the original villan and first season winner Richard Hatch learned that Hatch would not be returning to the series as planned because of travel restrictions. Hatch infamously was in legal trouble after failing to pay taxes on his "Survivor" prize money and accordinly denied travel permission to film this season.

The heroes are not sweet to Sugar.  After disrupting quiet time at night early in the game, Jessica "Sugar" Kiper created the first "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villans" spoiler when she was the first person voted out. Following her original appearance on "Survivor: Gabon," the pin-up model lasted just three days in Samoa.

Expect the expected. Just as the twentieth season featured returning participants, the challenges revealed in "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villans" spoilers were all those played in former seasons of the reality show. Keeping in the traditions of earlier seasons, each challenge awarded one group of contestants with immunity, a reward or both.

Immunity idols are back. Though the immunity idols should not be any surprise to "Survivor" fans, the "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villans" spoiler is that villan Russel Hantz finds new and unique ways to acquire the idols.  Though the immunity idols were successfully found, they were not necessarily successfully played.

Boston Rob is foiled again. Fan favorite "Boston" Rob Mariano does return for his third attempt at becoming the sole "Survivor," but his third time was not the charm as he was the eighth person voted out. A member of the villans, Boston Rob spent eighteen days on this season of "Survivor" before five votes sent him home.

Just because they've played before, that does not mean they will play smart. While one would think returning contestants would have an edge in the reprieve, J.T. Thomas made what was considered one of the worst moves in "Survivor" history by giving his immunity idol to competitor Russel Hantz. Not only was the move unwise in itself, J.T. only helped the oppsoing tribe of which Russel was a member.

Russel Hantz loses, again. Despite making it to the finals for the second-consecutive season, ultimate "Survivor" bad boy Russel Hantz once again fails to win the million. He didn't walk away empty handed though as "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villans" spoilers reveal he was once again awarded the fan prize.

The strongest does not survive. Despite winning numerous challenges during his time, Colby Donaldson of "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villans" could not win immunity when it was needed and he was voted out to become the eighth member of the jury. Before his torch was extinguished, Colby helped his team win seven challenges.

Sandra Diaz-Twine wins "Survivor: Heroes vs Villans." Becomming the first two-time "Survivor" winner, Sandra was named the winner in the "Survivor: Heroes v.s Villans" by a vote of six to three. Russel Hantz received no votes in the live finale while Pavarti Shallow received the other three.