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'Survivor': Jeff Probst gives you a personal tour of the 'Heroes vs. Villains' Tribal Council set

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The Tribal Council set in Samoa for Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains is up in the air…literally. Perched Swiss Family Robinson style 40 feet off the ground, the set is one of the most unique in the history of the show. The only thing that would make it any cooler is if Jeff Probst would snuff someone’s torch and then simply push them off the edge into the abyss. (If Jonny Fairplay were around this season, Probst just might.) But you don’t have to wait until Thursday night to see it: As a special treat, the host is going to conduct a private Tribal Council set tour just for you, dear EW.com readers. And watch out, because someone is getting voted off at the very end. To get an advance sneak peak at the new Tribal Council, as presented by Probst himself, click on the video below. (And if you missed some of our other exclusive behind-the-scenes videos, make sure to check out Jeff’s discussion on players who DIDN’T make the cut for Heroes vs. Villains, and also watch the Survivors themselves talk about who is overrated and doesn’t deserve to be there.) Also, for Survivor scoop sent right to your virtual doorstep, don’t forget to follow me on Twitter @EWDaltonRoss.