Parvati quickly gets her third necklace as well. Probst announces it, and Sandra knows Parvati is nearby and calls out to her to tell her where she is so Sandra can get a second necklace. Parvati doesn't sound like she's into the Marco Polo game Sandra is playing, but Sandra is able to follow the sound of her voice to the box anyway and gets a second necklace. She then walks into Li'l Russell and grabs at him. I'm not sure if she's trying to figure out who it is or get in his way so he won't win or just hoping she can kill him without being convicted because she had a blindfold on. It doesn't work, as he shuffles past her and gets his third necklace. Li'l Russell manages to walk into Parvati, and then places his hand on her ass so he can simply follow her to the last box. They both get their final necklaces at the same time, and now it's a race to the finish. There's some jostling and slapping between them as Jerri gets her last necklace. The three head for the finish, and Sandra appears to be following Parvati for some reason. Parvati gets out of the maze first, but still has to walk up and grab the necklace. As she's looking for that, Li'l Russell gets out of the maze and finds the rope that makes up the wall of the outer section. Instead of following it to the necklace, he lets go and wanders around near the necklace aimlessly. I don't want him to get it. But it doesn't really matter if he doesn't or doesn't -- they'd be crazy not to take him the Final Three when the jury hates him so much. He isn't going anywhere. Ever. Somehow, Jerri, Li'l Russell, and Parvati all end up right by the pole with the necklace on it. It's a nailbiter! Jerri figures out to just follow the rope, but Li'l Russell is on the other side, and he has also realized this. He manages to get to the necklace when Jerri is just inches away from it and Parvati just a few feet. Probst announces the winner, and they remove their blindfolds to see how close they were. "That was fun. Very fun!" Jerri says. Meanwhile, Sandra is still in the maze with just two necklaces, and says: "No, it wasn't. It sucked. It was awful." Probst congratulates the group on one of the closest-ever challenges and asks Li'l Russell to step forward. Li'l Russell has removed the immunity necklace because he insists that Probst put it on him personally to make his win "official." During the slow-mo challenge exit montage, Parvati interviews that she's not feeling 100% confident that she'll make it to the Final Three.
Episode Report CardSara M: A- | 605 USERS: B-
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