Soon, the Villains have eight pieces on the mat while the Heroes are not far behind with seven. Meanwhile, Rob has learned his lesson and is now walking forward with one hand outstretched to feel for impediments and the other protectively covering his deal. I'm surprised he's the only male contestant we've seen doing that. Tom walks directly into the Heroes' ninth piece and appears to break his shins in the process. Meanwhile, Rob and Courtney are having problems getting their piece back due to its weight and Courtney's lack of muscle mass. As Tom and Colby arrive back with their hard-won ninth piece, Rupert and Candice are wandering around a field looking for the tenth and final piece. Douche and Sandra are chosen to get the tenth piece for the Villains, as Jerri probably figured they couldn't do any worse than Rupert. As Rupert and Candice stumble through the tall grass surrounding the last piece, Jerri sends the rest of the Villains pairs out to look for the final piece along with Douche and Sandra. Rupert and Candice get the last piece, and James orders them to "walk your ass, walk it walk it bring it back bring it baaaack" while clapping frantically. At one point, he directs them to simply walk right on over Li'l Russell and Parvati, who are standing (perhaps intentionally, which would be brilliant on Jerri's part) in their way. Douche and Sandra, meanwhile, finally come across the last piece. They're on their way back with it when the Heroes get all of their pieces and remove their blindfolds to begin the puzzle.
Tom takes control of the puzzle and tries to order his tribemates around, but either Candice or Amanda can be heard saying he's wrong. Meanwhile, Douche and Sandra finally arrive back with their last piece. How many times have we seen the Villains come from behind in the puzzle section of a challenge to win it? And this will be no different. While the Heroes argue with each other and move slowly and are generally stupid, the Villains work together like a well-oiled machine. Well, except for Sandra, who can't help but snap at her tribemates when they tell her not to put a piece somewhere, only to realize that she was right and put the piece there without giving her the proper credit. At one point, Jerri gets loud about something, but calms down when Li'l Russell tells her to and apologizes to her team for the outburst. Rob jumps down on the final piece on the top of Villains' cube and they win yet another challenge. The Heroes weren't even close. Rupert kicks the puzzle angrily, as if it's the puzzle's fault that everyone on his tribe is stupid. Probst hands the immunity idol back to the Villains and says they've won four out of five immunity challenges. He then congratulates the Heroes for "another good effort," like, remember in past seasons where Probst didn't have a bunch of mancrushes on the loser tribe and he criticized them at every turn? But this time, it's "another good effort." During the slow motion Walk of Shame, James voiceovers that he did his part for his tribe in the challenge, and thus even injured, he's a better tribemate than Tom, who he blames for "causing confusion at the puzzle areas" of challenges. Oh, but I thought that was all Stephenie's fault? Just keep blaming everyone else until you're the only person left, James.