Gorham’s Dan Foley has 11 people standing between him and $1 million.

The 48-year-old postal worker survived the sixth episode of “Survivor” Wednesday night. He’s now one of 12 people left on this season of the hit reality show.

Foley watched Wednesday’s episode with about 100 friends and fans at Binga’s Stadium in downtown Portland. He’s been on the CBS reality show since the current season began Feb. 25 and has hosted viewing parties at different area restaurants.

During the episode Foley nibbled chicken wings and offered bits of commentary on what was happening on screen. While watching an immunity challenge his team lost, Foley said disgustedly that teammate Mike Holloway “threw it.” Without immunity, Foley’s team had to vote a member off at the end of the episode. But it wasn’t him.

Instead, it was a team member Foley and others were plotting to vote off. Before the vote on TV, Foley said at his table, “I can’t wait for this.”

This season of “Survivor” was filmed in Nicaragua over 39 days in August and September, with 18 participants. The next episode of “Survivor” will air April 1 at 8 p.m. The finale will be in May.

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