And now, it's time for the jury to ask their questions. Colby goes first. He asks Li'l Russell if he's serious that luck didn't play a part in how he got this far. Colby is almost trying to help Li'l Russell out here, I think, and give him a chance to act humble and gracious like the jury wants him to, but Li'l Russell won't do that. Instead, he says that yes, luck played no part in his game and it was all his "strategic play." I don't understand how "strategic play" gets you 7 hidden immunity idols or destroys James's knee, but whatever. "You are delusional if you think you can make it all the way to the end of this game without any luck," Colby says, then moves on to Parvati, asking her what she did to keep herself in the game besides win challenges, as if that wasn't a huge part of his game in his first season. Parvati says she was targeted by everyone starting from the beginning of the game, and is sitting here at the end "against God's plan, basically." She says she knows J.T. wanted her out because he wrote it down in the note that she just cleverly reminded the jury Li'l Russell showed her, just in case any of the Heroes were considering voting for him. She points out that she made a big risky play when she gave both of her immunity idols away to keep her alliance intact, even after Amanda told her she was the target and should play the idol for herself. Not only did she protect her alliance with that move, but she also ensured Jerri and Sandra's loyalty to her. Colby apparently has nothing to say to Sandra, so he wishes them luck and sits down.
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