Probst asks Parvati if she's worried without immunity. Parvati says she does feel "vulnerable," especially since she thinks she played a "good strategic game" and that makes her a jury threat. Probst asks Jerri why Li'l Russell should keep her. Jerri says it's more like Li'l Russell shouldn't keep Parvati, because she's strong and popular. Probst turns back to Parvati and asks her why Li'l Russel should keep her. Parvati says Li'l Russell should try to "redeem" himself by staying loyal to her, since she's "protected" him the entire game. Of course, Li'l Russell objects to that. "We've been protecting each other," Parvati corrects herself. Sounds fair to me, but not to Li'l Russell, who grunts. Parvati has to ask him if he has a different opinion, and he says yes, he thinks he protected her. "We've been protecting each other," Parvati repeats. Jerri, meanwhile, is very much enjoying this, as her chances of making it to the Final Three just got that much better. Parvati doesn't back down, saying she never went against Li'l Russell, despite having many opportunities to do so. Probst asks Li'l Russell how he feels seeing Parvati refuse to kiss his ass. Li'l Russell admits that it "annoys" him. Probst asks Li'l Russell what his post-challenge experience was like, since he had immunity. Li'l Russell says everyone approached him at one point or another with good reasons to stay in the game. Probst points out that all three women are smiling right now. Parvati and Jerri are, but not Sandra, of course. Probst says it's time to vote.
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