Meanwhile, J.T. and Li'l Russell get to talking. Oh, and Rupert's there, too, lying on his back and muttering things. Li'l Russell tells the guys about how he and Parvati ended up standing up at the same time at the last Tribal Council to play their immunity idols. "We both stood up and looked at each other," he says. No doubt J.T. is thinking right now about how awesome that episode will play out on TV, and how he will be lauded as the mastermind behind it. Rupert asks how Courtney ended up getting voted out, and I believe Rupert says that since all the votes went to him or Parvati, they had to do a re-vote where no one could vote for Parvati or Li'l Russell and Parvati and Li'l Russell weren't allowed to vote either, for some reason. Then Courtney voted for Jerri and everyone else voted for Courtney. Way to make the story as complicated as possible there, Li'l Russell. He then tells the guys that they are his only hope, and he will never betray them. He swears on his kids, too, just in case they haven't been traumatized enough by watching their dad these last two seasons. Li'l Russell scampers off, and J.T. nods at Rupert that Li'l Russell is "solid" and "a good old country boy." Dude, J.T. You idiot. Wasn't pretending to be a good old country boy what got him that million dollars two seasons ago? Didn't he laugh and laugh about how people trusted him just because of his Southern accent, even when they shouldn't? J.T. interviews that sure, Li'l Russell could be the leader of the all-female alliance, but he doesn't think so. "I trust him explicitly," J.T. says. Pretty sure you mean "implicitly" there, guy. But you're about to trust him expletively in about 45 minutes, so whatever. While Rupert and J.T. talk about how Li'l Russell will bring them to the end of the game, Li'l Russell stands on the beach and brags to the camera about how they just bought everything he sold.
Episode Report CardSara M: A | 1241 USERS: B
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