In the shelter, Parvati asks Sandra if she said something to Rupert about voting Li'l Russell out, because it looks like that's what Rupert and Li'l Russell are talking about right now. Rupert interviews that his master plan is to convince Li'l Russell that he and Colby are the only people he can trust so he'll keep them around. Li'l Russell walks right over to Sandra and asks her if she's "with [him] or against [him]." "I'm against you, Russell," she says, giving the camera a quick look. AWESOME. Li'l Russell is at a loss for words for a few seconds, as he was expecting Sandra to say she was with him 100% and beg for his forgiveness like everyone else does. Parvati asks what's going on, like she doesn't know. Li'l Russell repeats his stupid "If you're against me, you're going home next" mantra, then glares at Sandra, once again expecting her to deny everything and be fearful of his awesome power. Instead, Sandra doesn't care at all. "You ain't going nowhere," she sighs. He says he knows that. "You're telling me I'm going somewhere?" she asks, with an edge to her voice. Li'l Russell backs down, saying he's not threatening anyone, just saying that he is comfortable. Sandra says she is, too. "Why should I not be comfortable?" she asks. Li'l Russell mutters something about the group sticking together (I think -- the sound wasn't very good during this segment) and wanders off. For all the noise he makes about his game strategy in this game being so solid and brilliant, it seems to me that all he knows how to do is bully women, and when that doesn't work, he's at a loss. "He's a lunatic," Parvati says, rolling her eyes. They both laugh at him. Sandra then turns to Rupert and yells "loose lips sink ships." "Yes they do," he says, not getting it. Parvati, meanwhile, is laughing her ass off. Jerri, now sitting next to Rupert, is thinking about brownies or something. Emboldened by Sandra, Parvati decides to make her feelings known, too: "Who invited Boston Rob back to the party?" she says. Jerri spins around at this, possibly thinking that Boston Rob is, in fact, back. But Parvati is just making fun of Li'l Russell and his "are you with me or against me" thing. She even does an impression of Rob saying it with his Boston accent.
And thus begins one of the best things I think we've seen this season: Parvati and Sandra team up to make fun of Li'l Russell to his face and in front of everyone left in the game except Colby, who jumped off a cliff or something and is thus nowhere to be found. "What are y'all doing? Are y'all bein' stupid? I mean, are y'all on something? Y'all drinkin' over there? Cause ya bein' dumb," Li'l Russell says. They just laugh at him. It's kind of amazing. This probably isn't the best thing to do in terms of the game, but I don't care. Two people lying in a shelter making fun of the guy who has ruined not one, but two seasons of this show for me is the best ever. Parvati and Sandra are like those old guys in The Muppet Show. Which makes Li'l Russell Beaker, I think? No, wait, Lill from the Pearl Islands season is always and forever Beaker. Maybe he's Miss Piggy? Oooh, how about Pepe the Shrimp King Prawn? [Statler and Waldorf always mocked Fozzie, but I think Li'l Russell is more like Rizzo the Rat. - Zach] "They're being silly," Jerri says, trying to placate Li'l Russell. "Keep playin' around," Li'l Russell says menacingly. They might as well go ahead and do just that, what with both of them having immunity tonight and all. "You're so funny," Parvati says to Sandra. Isn't she, though? Li'l Russell mutters that this just makes his choice that much easier. Jerri, meanwhile, interviews that she has no idea what's going on yet again and "this camp has turned into Crazytown." Oh, does that mean the lead singer/rapper will become a drug addict and have to go on Dr. Drew shows on VH1? She says between Rupert keeping everyone awake last night and Sandra and Parvati now practically daring Li'l Russell to vote them out instead of Rupert, everyone left in the game is insane. Li'l Russell just keeps muttering about how they should vote for Sandra tonight. Rupert, of course, agrees, saying the four of them (way to include Jerri in your plans without even asking her first, Rupert) can get rid of her tonight. Li'l Russell interviews that if you aggravate him, he won't trust you and he'll be "gunning" for you. He'll just get rid of Rupert later. Yeah, that's smart playing. Keep a guy in the game you have no hope of beating at the end because you have a personal problem with Sandra and also no sense of humor. Li'l Russell is quite the master strategist.