Meanwhile, things are just getting better at Camp Evil, thanks to the arrival of the tarp. One of the useless women comments that it matches her outfit, which we all know it doesn't since the tarp is green and the Villains all have to wear red clothes. Douche credits Rob for the tribe's victory as Rob returns to the camp with a clam he caught while fishing. "You can touch my clam," he tells Jerri, who laughs. Rob is so awesome! He's funny and strong and smart and catches food! Even Douche respects him! Who doesn't like Rob? Well, Li'l Russell isn't a fan. He doesn't like how everyone thinks Rob is in charge and decides to show the tribe that he can do good stuff, too. Fortunately, another chicken escaped from that guy's backyard and stupidly wanders near the Villain camp. Li'l Russell catches and kills it off-camera. "They tryin' to catch fish? You gotta catch real food," Li'l Russell says to us, holding his chicken aloft. Well, that's easy when you happen to be on an island full of stupid slow chickens. Meanwhile, I don't think Rob even knows who Li'l Russell is, so this rivalry is clearly in Li'l Russell's own mind and his mind only.
Back at Camp Doom and Gloom, James is going on and on about how Stephenie is a loser and her entire tribe got eliminated. Except that when she played the game a second time, she made it all the way to the end. In James's second time playing this game, he was felled by a cut on his finger. Also, Stephenie was voted out her first time without any immunity idols in her possession, while James was voted out with two. J.T. listens to James and looks troubled. He says that this vote will be different than the last one, because how he votes will determine whose side he is on for the rest of this game. Either he takes Cirie and Candice (who he apparently thinks he has control over) over to the James/Amanda/Rupert alliance or he takes them to the Colby/Tom/Stephenie alliance. Rupert mutters something to J.T. about how the loss today was partially his fault because he didn't "push harder to be in the challenge." Um, how was he pushing to be in the challenge at all when he immediately jumped up and volunteered to sit out? Why is half of the Heroes tribe delusional? I'm starting to worry that they ate some magic mushrooms or something.