Rob finds Li'l Russell and warns him that if he doesn't play his idol tonight, he'll be out. "Better to play with me than against me," Rob smiles, apparently believing that his individual immunity lasts for more than just one Tribal Council so acting all superior won't come back to bite him in the ass. Naturally, this makes Li'l Russell furious, and he promises us that he'll make Rob eat his words. Rob does deserve to be taken down a peg, but Li'l Russell deserves to GET OFF THE SHOW so much more, so I'm still cheering for Rob. After Rob's obvious display of idol-flushery, Li'l Russell has no problem figuring out that Rob and his allies are hoping he'll play his idol unnecessarily while they vote out Parvati. Meanwhile, Danielle is there, too, as she somehow became a member of Li'l Russell and Parvati's alliance when we weren't looking. Which is pretty much every second of this season since the editors are determined not to give her any screentime. Li'l Russell thinks he can thwart Rob and his cronies by having his alliance vote for Tyson while he gives the idol to Parvati, so that the six votes he's counting on the majority alliance to cast against her don't count and Tyson is therefore eliminated. Parvati doesn't say anything because she probably doesn't think there is any chance that Li'l Russell will actually give up his idol to her. Li'l Russell says he'd rather go home tonight than let the other alliance blindside him.
Over at the Heroes, Colby voiceovers that he didn't quite put up the A+ performance he needed in front of his tribe, and was, in fact, beaten by James. James, by the way, takes another banana for himself on the way back to camp. "Not an impressive showing for me today," Colby sighs. At camp, he makes an announcement: he's obviously the person going home tonight so they can all agree to vote him out now and spend the afternoon enjoying themselves instead of scrambling around trying to stab each other in the back. Wow, he could not want to go home more. He hates being here and he can't wait to leave. He then talks to James, saying that he hasn't had much fun in the game this time around, but he still loves it. Who cares? James says he does, too, adding that he can kick Colby's ass because he's not playing like he did ten years ago. "If you turn it on and start winning, we'd be all right," he says; "but if it's the old sleepy-ass Colby, you know, that gets beat by a fat man and a cripple ... that ain't right." You're already voting him out, James -- do you really need to crap all over him too? In an interview, he repeats what he just said about how Colby used to be strong and bad-ass and unbeatable, but now he's useless and "it's like my Superman sucks. All his muscles are gone." Meanwhile, both of Colby's legs still work, James.