Then it's the Villains' turn. Rob and Tyson take the lead early on, and Probst points out that everyone else in the tribe is close behind and working hard. Well, except for Sandra, who is still stuck at the start with seemingly no idea how this challenge works. "Sandra, making no progress at all!" Probst calls out. She really isn't. This is worse than her performance on the Slip 'N Slide. Rob makes it out of the first section first. Tyson follows soon after, but he can't make up enough ground and Rob wins individual immunity. Hooray! It wasn't Li'l Russell! Now they can vote him out! Please!
And so, Rob will face-off against Candice in a three-level version of the course. There is just no way Candice can beat Rob. I mean, come on. The fact that she was able to beat all of the Heroes means nothing, since they are all terrible at everything. So winning against them doesn't make her really good at this kind of challenge so much as it does not really bad. No doubt the Villains all have little thought bubbles over their heads with pictures of hot dogs in them right now, so sure are they of Rob's triumph over another Hero loser. Probst calls go, and it's a pretty even match for the most part. I like watching Candice's tribe cheer her on even though just last night they were all refusing to talk to her. As the challenge comes to an end, Rob makes it out of the course first as Candice begins to slow down. He wins and collapses dramatically in exhaustion as Sandra promises him the biggest hot dog tonight. Probst dismisses everyone, and as they leave, Colby interviews that he's pretty sure he's the weakest link on his tribe and thus everyone's first choice to leave tonight. "But you never know what your future holds and there's so much that's truly up to those you're playing with," he says. So, basically, he knows he sucks and is the easy choice to boot. But he's hoping someone else in his tribe does something to change that. Colby, of course, won't be doing any changing of anything, because that would require effort and work that Colby hasn't bothered to do since, like, Season 2.
The Villains return to camp victorious and very pleased with their hero, Rob. Rob says he can't be too thrilled with his win, since it was over "a girl." Better to win over a girl than lose to one, though. Parvati, meanwhile, runs straight to the nearest camera to voice her frustration over Rob winning the immunity she so desperately needs. She adds that he's in a big position of power now as Rob has a meeting with his alliance on the beach where everyone can see him, so confident is he that his five allies are completely trustworthy. Tyson wants Parvati out tonight, and Rob agrees, but says Li'l Russell has to think he's the one going tonight so he'll play the immunity idol. Douche grins dorkily, then interviews that he has loyalty to both alliances in his tribe, but will stay true to the alliance he gave his word to, no matter what. Which is why he is so terrible at this game, among other reasons. And despite Li'l Russell making him one of his stupid knights, Douche claims that his loyalty remains with Rob and Tyson.