The next morning, Li'l Russell and Jerri discuss how important it is that one of them wins immunity over Parvati, so they can vote her out. Li'l Russell starts talking about how the jury thinks Parvati is good at strategy, when really he was the one making all the moves. Jerri quickly agrees, saying Parvati was "tucked under [Li'l Russell's] wing the whole time." What, what? Since when do trolls have wings? I think Jerri is confusing Li'l Russell for, like, a wyvern or something. Anyway, this may shock you, but Li'l Russell agrees with Jerri's assessment of his own amazingness. He interviews -- in the same interview that we saw before Colby was voted out, by the way, so who knows when during the game it was actually shot -- that he's now considering voting Parvati out.
Parvati arrives with treemail. It's a map to the stupid boring fallen comrades trail and the instructions, which tells them they will be burning their tribemates' tokens in "the burning man." Parvati and Jerri both giggle about this, no doubt imaging Probst here, and then the Final Four walk to the stupid Rites of Passage. Parvati nicely says in an interview that this was the hardest round of this game she's played and it's "because of the people I played with." She says her fellow contestants "deserve" to be paid respect.
Sugar, of course, gets no respect. The four Villains didn't play with her and only saw her in, like, one challenge. Which she spent most of sans a shirt. So they just say "Sugar" a few times and we get a clip of what was undoubtedly Sugar's finest moment: when she ran to the mat topless and then flipped everyone off. And then some clips of her crying, of course. Thanks for playing, Sugar! I hope your mental health improves! Second is Stephenie. "She was hardcore," says either Jerri or Sandra. Li'l Russell speaks up to say he was "shocked" when the Heroes sent her home so soon. Stephenie says she thinks she was voted out early because her tribemates knew her awesomeness would be a threat, and her "reputation" for being so great at everything was too hard for her to overcome. I think her inability to overcome the fact that she's kind of a bitch also had a hand in that. Randy is third up and the first Villain. Jerri says Randy made her "smile and laugh" and was a "good friend." I bet Randy absolutely hated Jerri and everyone else, because that's the way he is. Randy blames his early boot on not being able to communicate with "26-year-old girls," which he's totally fine with. He does not, however, appreciate it when stupid people control his fate. Dude, you're a wedding videographer. You're not a rocket scientist. You're not even the smartest person in that tribe.