The next morning, it's finally Day 39! Li'l Russell makes sure to interview that he made it to the end of the game again, and he is so incredible and talented and amazing to do so. Meanwhile, Parvati and Sandra have now done the same exact thing, except they won it at the end. Li'l Russell lost, so he's in the company of Amanda. Very impressive. The three run to treemail to get their breakfast feast, which is pretty much the same food they got in the merge feast. Not like they're complaining. As they prepare and eat their meal, Li'l Russell continues to tell us how last season, he brought two people to the end he thought he could beat because they were "weak players." "And I didn't," he says. Except that we know he didn't know he'd lost until after he filmed this season, so obviously there was some clever editing in there. Li'l Russell maintains that this time around, he's bringing people that "other people don't like" to the finals, as Parvati has enemies on the jury, and Sandra "didn't do nothing" and is only in the finals because of how easy she'll be to beat. Does he not realize that he has more enemies on that jury than both Parvati and Sandra combined? How can he say that it's part of his game plan to bring people to the end that the jury won't like and thus won't vote for and not realize how much they hate him, too?
The three lie down after finishing their meal. Sandra and Parvati just want to enjoy feeling full, but Li'l Russell is still in game mode, and asks Parvati who she would have voted for if she was in the jury. Parvati says she would have voted for Sandra. Li'l Russell says he would have voted for Parvati. Yes, and that's why he gave her two immunity idols and she gave him zero immunity idols, and didn't tell him about the one she got on her own. That's also why, I believe, Parvati is still in this game and Jerri is not: Jerri probably told Li'l Russell that she'd vote for him and Parvati made it clear that she wouldn't. Li'l Russell can't believe Parvati wouldn't vote for him after he said he would have voted for her (which, by the way, I can safely say that he wouldn't. If Parvati got to the end and he didn't, he'd be the most bitter and awful jury member we've ever seen and his vote would be just as -- if not more -- petty as all those jurors he accuses of having sour grapes), but she insists she would have voted for Sandra. Aw, I think his little feelings are hurt. Parvati interviews that she has played this game for 114 days, making her both crazy and one of the best players in Survivor history. Meanwhile, Li'l Russell is still trying to convince Parvati that he deserves her theoretical vote, saying he played the same game as her, although his was "a little stronger." Parvati denies this, saying "my game was not like yours. Not at all." Li'l Russell says she'll hear what he thinks of her game at Tribal Council. Parvati doesn't care and can't be bullied. Unfortunately, Li'l Russell has voted out all the people in this game he could push around and is left with Parvati and Sandra, who could both rip him to shreds if they had half a chance. Perhaps sensing this, he gets up and leaves. Parvati interviews that she "embraced" her villain side in this game and she played hard and she wants to win. But she doesn't tell us about her family or pets, so we know she won't.