The Juror Removal was a twist introduced in Survivor: El Salvador. It allows one player to "eliminate" a member of the jury of their choice, ideally one that they believe will not vote for them at the Final Tribal Council.
This differs from when a juror is forcibly removed from the game by the hosts for cheating.
On Day 38, a reward challenge was held with the Final Two where the winner could prevent a jury member of their choice from casting a vote at the Final Tribal Council. After winning the challenge, Miguel chose to remove Ryan from the jury. At Final Tribal Council however, Miguel ended up losing the game to Max in a 5-2 vote.
Survivor: Bora Bora
The twist returned four seasons later in Bora Bora, when on Day 38, a reward challenge was once again held, this time with the season's Final Three. Joey won the challenge and chose to eliminate Jake from the jury. At Final Tribal Council, Joey ended up placing third, losing in a 4-2-1 vote to Sole Survivor Asa and runner-up Christine.
Both players who have won the juror removal advantage ended up losing their seasons.