Survivor New Zealand contestant Dylan was voted out in another ruthless blindside during last night's episode - but he says he took it as a "compliment".
A self-professed Survivor super-fan, Dylan says he was thankful for the opportunity.
"Being a massive fan, any kind of day you have out there is a good day," he says. "I did come out a lot happier than I expected I would because it was a blindside, I didn't see it coming, and I appreciate a good blindside, and you take it as a compliment."
Dylan had a bumpy ride throughout his time on Survivor, becoming ostracised from his tribe Khangkhaw during the early stages and coming close to elimination previously.
Dylan's fellow contestant Adam made his contempt for him no secret, which Dylan says, at times, was "hard for me to watch".
"I understand the nature of the game and I knew exactly what I was getting signed up for, and I think there were moments where I was quite ruthless about people, and it was never as personal I think as what's been shown on TV from Adam's perspective," he says.
"I think that's where things are a little bit hard for me to watch ... There was a time when I felt like a lot of the criticisms about me weren't even game-based, and I think that's where I was a little bit taken aback at what was being said about me," he continues.
"I don't know what I've done, and I would like to know what I've done, and I was hoping there would be some kind of indication in the edit at least to show what I'd done so I could have some kind of closure in that area, but it's just one of things."
Despite the intensity of the social environment, Dylan says he still had an amazing time.
"I loved all the time I had out there, and I don't think it was shown on TV how much I did actually enjoy the experience," he says.
"Obviously there's a narrative and a storyline to play up, so of course those parts are gonna get shown, because I guess me having a good time isn't really helping along the narrative of me being a social outcast of the tribes."