>Would you say Bob and Yau Man had such low IQs?
No...I would say they probably had high IQs. Know what else I would say...both men won more than their fair share of challenges. Actually I believe both won the most challenges during their respective seasons.
Did they win EVERY challenge? Of course not so it's rather unjust to focus on the few they lost as opposed mentioned all the ones they won...but I'm not surprised a champion for the "weak and opposed" would go that route.
It wasn't a case of Bob not being able to figure out an equation as much as Kenny (a castaway who probably would also score well on an IQ test) was able to figure it out before him.
The mix n' match challenge was a TEAM challenge for Yau Man. As much as I appropriately sing Yau's praises as the challenge stud in Fiji, he was unfortunately placed on statistically the most pathetically worst team in Survivor history--they officially went "0-fer". Consequently they became more and more malnurished, dehydrated, and not only physically, but mentally unstable. So I give a Yau a pass on this one. He more than proved his worth went he was able to disassociate himself from those casting blunders and losers.