Let me remove images of Russell cuddling Parvati first. Okay, that's done.
The expectation with Survivor: Heroes vs Villains
, of course, was that our favorite castaways wouldn't do exactly as they did before. JT, for instance, is obviously being the villain despite being on the Heroes' side. Tom isn't who he used to be. Rupert is getting slightly annoying (but I totally understand it). And Russell, despite being confident that he still has control of the game, is actually too starstruck to do anything.
Survivor is available on Amazon Prime.
Oh, damn, those images came back to me. Let me remove them again. Okay, that's done.
Tonight's episode might give us another side of one of the more notorious villains on the show ever: Coach. Then again, him being a villain in the true sense of the word pales to him being an entertaining watch. With all those meditation moves and his talk of honor, who wouldn't be amused?
And now, he's going to break down and cry, and he'll turn to his newfound buddy, Boston Rob, to ease him through. The promos are suggesting another page in this bromance.
Tonight's episode also focuses on one of the show's most cunning masterminds. Things have gotten wrong, and as she loses sight of the game plan, she considers kicking out one of their own to stay afloat. I don't know why Cirie was the first person I thought of. But who knows?Survivor: Heroes vs Villains
returns tonight from 8pm on CBS.(Image courtesy of CBS)