Twenty minutes in, the contestants move down to the final teeny tiny foothold. Probst says it's about a quarter-inch wide, which is basically enough room for Amanda's little toe. Colby struggles, as his feet seem to be too big to get any support from the toehold. He soon slips and is out of the challenge. Ha ha ha! Not only is he the first to go, but he also just lost to Jerri. "Hells yeah!" Sandra cheers. This is the most cheerful we've ever seen her. Sandra must love Sizzler. And now Rupert and his supposedly broken toe start to struggle. Sandra, meanwhile, is cool as a cucumber. "You popped out some babies. This ain't nothing," Jerri cheers her on. "Two of 'em. Didn't even get an aspirin!" Sandra says. Probst can't help but laugh at Sassy Sandra. Rupert, on the other hand, is not laughing. He's sweating out of his beard, which is freaking gross. Probst accuses him of "slobbering," which is probably accurate. And then he's out and the Villains get their second point. Sandra rubs it in by electing to stay up for a minute or so longer, just because she can. And then, Amanda starts to shake. Li'l Russell points that out to Courtney, who doesn't seem to be having any trouble whatsoever on her side. Finally, Amanda slips and it's game over. Ha ha ha! Those weak women Probst thought shouldn't be on the strong side of the list totally kicked the Heroes' butts! Jerri bursts into happy steak-anticipating tears. She and Parvati walk away, arm in arm, as Li'l Russell heads over to the Heroes to shake their hands and get words of encouragement from the men. Probst then sends the Heroes away as Sandra totally mocks them by fake crying. If it were anyone else doing that, I'd say she was being a douchebag, but I love Sandra so it's awesome.
The Villains enjoy their reward, toasting their victory with giant margaritas. Sandra drinks hers, like, immediately and asks for another. Sandra, you lush! Don't get full on margaritas, now! Your awesomeness requires protein. She interviews that she feels a little guilty that she's enjoying her husband's favorite food while he's in Afghanistan, which apparently doesn't have a Sizzler. How does Samoa have a Sizzler and not Afghanistan? Weird. The Villains chow down on salads. Parvati is thrilled to actually have a napkin to go along with her meal, and unfolds it. A small scroll rolls out. Parvati quickly hides it in her lap with no one else the wiser. She says she knew immediately that it was a clue to the immunity idol and was "crazy lucky" to be seated where it was hidden in the napkin. Since when did they hide stuff in places where only one person would be most likely to find it? Don't they usually stick the clue somewhere where everyone has an equal chance, like in the tribe's toolbox or a plate in the middle of the table?