Last week's Survivor
finally swiped away the focus on the still-disintegrating Heroes tribe. Sure, Colby is still the odd man out, but it doesn't matter much at the moment. After James was eliminated, it seems there isn't much left to do--they think Colby should go, and his heart isn't in it anyway, so what scramble is there to watch?
On the contrary, events at the Villains tribe are heating up. Russell succeeded in splitting the tribe through his quest for the hidden immunity idol. Watch Rob and Russell one-up each other is pure gold--more so, watching their plan disintegrate after Parvati got immunity and Tyson's stupid duplicity was revealed.
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Now, the playing field is level again. Russell has the momentum, but Rob has the numbers. Who'll win?
Or, will anybody win?
On tonight's Survivor: Heroes vs Villains
, the split becomes very evident back at the Villains tribe. There's Russell's side, featuring Parvati and presumably Danielle. There's Rob's side, with Sandra and, maybe, Jerri. That leaves us with two other people: Coach, who's used only as a number, and Courtney, who's been pretty much invisible lately.
Maybe it's the two of them who has a control of the tribe now. With two warring alliances, the odd people out find themselves the wild card--the same card JT's playing over at the Heroes tribe. No, I'm not saying it's definitely Coach and Courtney--I'm just guessing. But big possibility, right?
That, plus lessons in fading loyalty and non-fading grudges on Survivor: Heroes vs Villains
, tonight from 8pm on CBS.(Image courtesy of CBS)