Back at camp, the Heroes' mood is somber. Tom says the Villains are clearly better than they are when it comes to puzzles. J.T. says the Villains are clearly better than they when it comes to everything except sumo wrestling. With that, it's time to plot and scheme. Colby and Tom think James should be the next to go, but aren't sure if they can get J.T. back on their side. J.T. meanwhile, walks up to Rupert, who is apparently just standing around in the woods looking like a scary homeless man, as per usual. Rupert mutters something about how Tom needs to go next, and J.T. mumbles something back, and I think there should be some kind of rule that those two are not allowed to have a conversation with each other until they can figure out how to enunciate. Candice suddenly appears next to them and says she thinks keeping James at the expense of Tom is "the dumbest move," pointing out that James is unable to run or really even walk. "I mean that's -- are we being stupid?" she asks. I love how Candice is constantly amazed at the lack of intelligence in her tribe. Rupert says he can't run either, what with his broken toe, so if that's why they're voting people out then they should have voted him out a long time ago. Rupert should have been voted out a long time ago according to any criteria. Obviously, even he can't believe that he's still there. James limps up at this point, so now three out of the four people in this meeting are unintelligible. I think he says something about how he wants to stay in this game despite his injury.
Episode Report CardSara M: B+ | 1291 USERS: C+
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