Villains” before “Banana Etiquette,” I can only imagine he’s ready to go now. Yes, he was in last place during the rope challenge. It only took about four seconds to fool you, Tyson, so don’t congratulate Russell too hard. Even Russell said the best idea for the “other” Villains would be to split the vote three and three — three for Parvati, three for Russell. May I suggest dumping Rupert, Amanda and JT in that order? The Villains were surprised that James was still around. Rob was in the lead but Candice was right behind him. Colby addressed the troops, saying he knew he would be going home that night. Tyson said it was an excellent opportunity for him to send his vote to Parvati. Russell told the camera the smartest thing for the other side to do would be to do a three-way tie.
“Old sleepy-ass Colby” — a sucky Superman in a fat suit? He was beat by a fat man (Rupert Boneham) and a cripple (James Clement). That way, if Russell played the not-so hidden immunity idol, Parvati would go. But he believed Russell when Russell told him he wanted to save Parvati, but didn’t think it would be possible. As long as you ditch JT before the merge, you should be all set. (Me too.) Jeff Probst said today they would be competing as individuals against their tribe mates because both tribes were going to tribal council. He said no scrambling needed, no hard feelings on his part. Even if you have no thoughts for yourself, think of what a loss it will be for me with you gone. And by “talk” I mean James called Colby “the great Colby,” and said if he turns it on and starts winning they’ll be all right. “We can’t lose.” Rob said it was an “insurance policy” with the idol so they can’t blindside them. Tyson said the vote would be “pretty straightforward” which means it won’t be!
**** HEROES TRIBAL COUNCIL Rupert said the line between hero and villain is so blurred right now.
Colby is such a gentleman, to listen to all that and accept it — in front of the hot-dog-eating Villains.
True to the first episode’s title, “Slay Everyone, Trust No One,” my initial thoughts went to The Dragon Slayer, Coach Benjamin Wade. * Meanwhile a clearly envious Evil Russell Hantz silently seethes, still a patient spider waiting for the right moment to strike. They got fire as part of their reward, which didn’t mean too much when Boston Rob made fire from the sheer magical bounty of his awesomeness.
If Colby Donaldson didn’t want to leave “Survivor: Heroes vs. But stealing bananas is not.) Glad for my eye candy to still be intact, but no more speeches about how you know you’re going home when you clearly don’t know squat. We have more important things to discuss right now. Who was already a dumbass even before he single-handedly gave Russell Hantz a major victory during tribal council. After being voted out he told the camera Russell probably earned some respect with that move. He set them up with the perfect plan to get rid of either flirty Parvati Shallow or the evil Oompa Loompa and got the tribe ringside seats for the Heroes tribal council. But he told the camera he only wanted Rob to think that. Rob: “Russ is going to find out soon enough that he’s out of his league.” Rob said a lot of people are mad that Russell went out for the idol. They weren’t sure if it was for immunity or reward and Colby wanted to know what it meant for James, whose leg is injured. They added a third level to make it more difficult. He said he was going to write down Tyson’s name and give the idol to Parvati. Colby told the camera he needed an A performance to save himself and James beat him, even injured. ) Russell told Tyson he can’t save Parvati so he’s going to vote for her. But Tyson sounds like he’s ready to screw it up already. **** VILLAINS TRIBAL COUNCIL Sandra called Russell out on having the immunity idol. We see Rob vote for Russell and say “Welcome to the big leagues.” Parvati voted for Tyson. Then said “No, not this way.” He said Coach always said honesty and trust was the best thing.
Villans" cast, standing from left, Benjamin "Coach" Wade, Courtney Yates, Amanda Kimmel, Rob Mariano, Cirie Fields, Rupert Boneham, Stephenie La Grossa, Colby Donaldson, Tyson Apostol, Jessica "Sugar" Kiper, James "J. Colby already wanted to dump Sugar (who competed during the Gabon season) because, as she told the camera, she’s used to having some kind of “protector” and wanted to snuggle up to him at night. I only ask because he famously turned down Jerri, has no interest in Sugar and I’ve never heard about him linked to anyone, except that his Who’s Dated Who page says he was dating Vanna White in 2002 (? Meanwhile, I’ve read gossip that JT has been linked to both Sugar and Parvati Shallow. Even before “Survivor: Samoa” started I picked Russell Hantz as my favorite.
T" Thomas Jr., Danielle Di Lorenzo, Sandra Diaz, kneeling from left, James Clement, Parvati Shallow, Russell Hantz, Candice Woodcock, Tom Westman, Jerri Manthey and Randy Bailey are shown. And she talked too much at night when everyone wanted to sleep. I do not want to believe either.) Tom wants to get rid of Cirie, because she’s a very strategic player and has played this game three times.
Sandra was making “no progress at all,” as Jeff put it. “It’s like my superman sucks.” JT, Rupert, Candice and Amanda had a powwow about Colby vs. (Monty Brinton / CBS) There’s no crying in “Survivor.” There’s also no forced cuddling or bad puzzle-making. Cirie wants to keep Sugar around precisely because she is so annoying. It won’t last.) On cue, Sugar started crying and — bless him — Jeff Probst called her on it. “Cirie and I are here for blood,” Amanda said.”We are here to win this thing.” Amanda has made it to the end twice? First vote: Sugar Second: Sugar Third: Sugar Fourth: Sugar Fifth: Amanda Sixth: Sugar Seventh: Sugar (That was enough, but it was a 9-1 vote.) Predictions? **** These people are still around: HEROES Rupert Boneham (Pearl Islands, All-Stars) Colby Donaldson (Australian Outback, All-Stars) Cirie Fields (Panama, Fans vs. Favorites) JT Thomas (Tocantins) Tom Westman (Palau) Candice Woodcock (Cook Islands) VILLAINS Sandra Diaz (Pearl Islands) Danielle Di Lorenzo (Panama) Russell Hantz (Samoa) Jerri Manthey (Australian Outback) Boston Rob Mariano (Marquesas, All-Stars) Parvati Shallow (Cook Islands, Fans vs. (Are the villains smarter or just more able to work together this one time? During the first tribal council, the Heroes went from 10 to nine by eliminating Sugar. No one besides Colby is likely to have her on their radar. Villains’ recap: Boston Rob passes out; Villains rule; Stephenie sent home by James’ angry ‘one voice’ 2009: The year No. James, while you’re drunk, would you mind kicking Tyson at least once, for me? Meanwhile Boston Rob, Sandra Diaz-Twine and Randy Bailey owned their puzzle. She’s manipulative without being too much of a threat. Favorites) Benjamin “Coach” Wade (Tocantins) Courtney Yates (China) RELATED STORIES • Coach the Baby Dragon Slayer sobs, Puppet Master Cirie Fields sent home, Russell Hantz flubs idol on ‘Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains’ recap: Russell disses the Red Sox; Randy goes home for being old; Villains, thy name is mud • ‘Survivor Heroes vs. Natalie White beat Russell Hantz on ‘Survivor: Samoa’ Looks like Russell Hantz just won ‘Survivor: Samoa’ (Not! (Are the villains smarter or just more able to work together this one time? During the first tribal council, the Heroes went from 10 to nine by eliminating Sugar. No one besides Colby is likely to have her on their radar. Villains’ recap: Boston Rob passes out; Villains rule; Stephenie sent home by James’ angry ‘one voice’ 2009: The year No.