The Utahn who's been on "Survivor" the most said there's a certain similarity between that experience and another that's familiar to lots of Utahns — going on an LDS mission.
Or, at least, coming home from an LDS mission.
As Tyson Apostol embarks on his third season of the reality/competition series, there's no doubt he's in the "Survivor" club. If he wasn't, he wouldn't have been invited back. Twice.
"Even after the first time, I was a memorable character," he said. "You earn kind of a weird respect from others."
And he wasn't bragging. He absolutely was a contestant you remembered, whether you were rooting for him or not.<