Parvati finally speaks up, saying that she thinks she's the person being avoided. "I feel like a leper on this tribe," she says. "But is that just because you're used to getting attention all the time in life?" Probst asks. That's pretty funny, I'll admit, but probably not appropriate for him to say. He didn't say anything like that to J.T. "No, Jeff," Parvati says as the group and jury crack up; "you're right, but no." She thinks she's seen as a huge threat with whom no one wants to be associated, and is probably the Heroes' target tonight. Colby says maybe no one has approached Parvati because they know she'll be around for a while and thus there's plenty of time to talk to her. "So there's another angle," Colby says, clearly impressed with himself even though he just said nothing. Probst ignores him, and asks J.T. if people are worried about idols. J.T. says they are, because he has no idea how many idols are in the game or who has one. Parvati says that the Villains are worried too, since they've seen what immunity idols can do to someone's game. Douche and Courtney raise their hands as examples of people who have been fucked over by immunity idols. Probst says it's time to vote.
Li'l Russell votes for J.T. Parvati votes for him too, saying this is her love letter to him just like he wrote one to Li'l Russell. Except that J.T.'s was like 30 pages long and in cursive. Jerri votes for J.T. Then the Heroes vote. Amanda, Rupert, and Candice vote for Jerri, with Rupert saying he hopes Parvati plays her idol and proves that Li'l Russell is a liar after all and Candice saying that the Heroes chose her on the assumption that she's the least likely person on the Villains tribe they'd give an idol to. Ha ha! That's mean.
While Probst is off collecting the urn, Courtney knows we need to be entertained, so she whispers to Douche about how annoyed she'll be if "that little troll plays an idol." But we know the little troll gave the idol to Parvati, and that she doesn't even need it anyway. Jerri, however, does. Probst returns with the urn and asks if anyone wants to play an idol. Rupert looks at Parvati expectantly, and sure enough, she sits up with a "you know what, Jeff?" J.T. looks panicked. Rupert looks satisfied. Amanda looks blank. Parvati continues: "I think it would be downright depressing to sit and watch green bananas turn yellow without my debaucherous little Villains. So ... " and here is where it gets even MORE AWESOME than it was before and you realize how and why Parvati won this game before. She pulls one idol out of her bag and hands it to SANDRA, who grins and says "get outta here! For real?" The Heroes grin, too, because though they made a mistake trusting Li'l Russell, it ended up okay for them because Parvati gave the idol to the wrong Villain.