LOS ANGELES, Sept 29 (Reuters) - "Survivor" has ended its brush with segregation after two episodes -- just as it planned to do all along. The popular CBS reality show caused a stir when it started its sixth year with four tribes of different racial groups pitted against other. The tribes were split into Asian-Americans, blacks, whites and Latinos. But in its third episode, aired on Thursday night, the four groups were merged into two and integration was the order of the day. "It's ...
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