And now, the payoff. Li'l Russell returns to camp and looks for his hat. "Have y'all seen my hat?" he asks. "No," Sandra says; "did you pack it?" "I thought I left it there," Li'l Russell says. "Oh," Sandra shrugs. Parvati just lies on the tarp and enjoys it. Sandra interviews that all Li'l Russell wants out of this game is the title of "Sole Survivor," so that's what she is going to make sure he doesn't get. Back on the beach, Li'l Russell is still looking for his hat and threatening not to go to Tribal until he finds it. Sandra says they have to leave soon, then looks directly at the camera conspiratorially. Tee hee hee. She says she spent every day of this game trying to get rid of Li'l Russell. If only that were true and if only some of the others felt the same way, we could have been rid of this guy months ago. Sigh. Also, do we REALLY have to devote the pre-Final Tribal speeches to Li'l Russell? Like, could we hear from Sandra about things other than Li'l Russell? Or hear from Parvati at all other than that one sentence? This is pathetic. Parvati lights the shelter on fire as Sandra interviews that the Heroes she tried to align with to get rid of Li'l Russell screwed themselves over by siding with him instead, and she had to work and scheme every day to make sure that she left Tribal Council still in the game, because she didn't have an immunity necklace to hide behind. "I never had safety. I had to take care of myself," she says. Well, except for last week when she had the hidden idol to play, not like she needed it. "And yet, here I sit. Final Three. I think I deserve it. I want the title of Sole Survivor," she says. Once again, we've heard so much from Sandra and so little from Parvati and even Li'l Russell that how could she not win? With that, they set off for Tribal Council, Li'l Russell forced to wear his buff to cover his baldness.
Episode Report CardSara M: A- | 605 USERS: B-
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