Rob walks up to find out what's going on between Douche and Li'l Russell. Li'l Russell is vague in his answers, but Douche comes right out and says he's trying to see what Li'l Russell's deal with Parvati is. Rob warns Li'l Russell to "be careful," since they all know that Parvati has friends in the Hero tribe so it's in the Villains' best interests to get rid of her along with her closest ally. Douche tells Li'l Russell that he's going to alienate himself from his own tribe, while Rob says he'll give Li'l Russell "the benefit of the doubt one time," which is more than generous in this game. Li'l Russell pretends to be cool with the guys and agree with what they're saying, then turns around and interviews that he doesn't care what Douche says, because "he's a big joke." True, and yet... Douche is making sense and being not totally hateable this season. Li'l Russell, on the other hand, sucks just as much the second time around. Li'l Russell also discounts Rob's opinion because he thinks that Rob thinks he's the king of his camp whose orders must be obeyed, when the reality (according to Li'l Russell, anyway) is that Li'l Russell is the king of this camp. He says that he'll just have to listen to Rob and do what he says "until he's gone." Which kind of sounds like Rob is the king and Li'l Russell is not. I mean, I'm no expert on monarchical states or anything, but I'm pretty sure that the king is the guy who orders everyone around and not the guy who obeys those orders while keeping his delusions of grandeur to himself. "Nobody knows who they messin' with around here!" he says. That's true, but only because his fellow contestants haven't had the advantage of watching his season before the game began.
Li'l Russell runs right to Parvati to tell her about his discussion with Douche and Rob, except that he says that they're planning to get rid of her and told Li'l Russell to keep hanging out with her so as not to make her suspicious, which is either a lie or we just didn't get to see that part of their conversation. "He is after you!" Li'l Russell says of Douche. Notice how Li'l Russell is targeting Douche and not Rob, because as much as he hates to admit it, he knows deep down that Rob is the king of this tribe. Paravati interviews that she doesn't understand why people are always trying to vote her out. "I'm just a sweet innocent little girl," she claims. Don't refer to yourself as a sweet innocent little girl. It's creepy. Especially when you're an adult, and have been for like a decade. She continues that she's kind of stuck in her alliance with Li'l Russell because she doesn't trust anyone else. "And I actually do trust [Li'l Russell] even though he's kind of a lunatic," she says. Well, Parvati is nothing if not observant.