Colby shows up in time to walk to Tribal Council with his tribemates. In walk the jurors. Parvati mouths to Danielle that she looks "hot." I love how Parvati, like, makes men and women fall in love with her. I don't think Natalie in Season 16 was a lesbian before she met Parvati. That's how powerful she is. Probst asks Sandra what the fallout was after the last Tribal Council where Danielle was sent home. Sandra says that when Rupert saw how well Danielle and Li'l Russell's fight worked out for him, he tried to pit Li'l Russell and Sandra against each other by telling Li'l Russell that Sandra was gunning for him. She says Li'l Russell then ran up to her asking if she was with her or against her, and then the editors cut out whatever Sandra said after that and just left her saying "so, of course, I was upset." Probst asks Li'l Russell for his side of the story, and Li'l Russell says that when Rupert told him Sandra was trying to get rid of him, he went right to Sandra to see if that was true or if it was just Rupert trying to stir up trouble to save himself. Probst asks if Li'l Russell went to Sandra gently, asking if a rumor he heard could be true, or if he was confrontational as usual. Everyone laughs, and Sandra says he yelled at her and threatened to vote her out next. Li'l Russell tries to defend himself, saying he has a right to be paranoid when Sandra has written his name down "twice in two Tribal Councils." As opposed to writing it down twice in one Tribal Council or 50 times in seven Tribal Councils, I guess. Probst says he's sure Sandra told Li'l Russell she was with him. As Parvati smiles and shakes her head, Li'l Russell says that Sandra said she was not with him. "Wow," Probst says, possibly admiring Sandra's balls and wishing he had some of his own so maybe he could stop kissing Li'l Russell's ass all the time. "Was that what I said?" Sandra asks innocently. Parvati decides to replay the scene for everyone and does her impression of Sandra as a film noir femme fatale, complete with a long cigarette, as she says "I'm against you." Courtney appreciates this, but the rest of the jury is too dumb and/or bitter to care. Even Probst has to hold back a few giggles. Li'l Russell manically steamrolls through it all, saying that was the end of their conversation and if Sandra says she's against him, then she is against him. Yes, Li'l Russell. I'm pretty that's what "I'm against you" means.
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