Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains Episode 6

Despite the fact that James was barely able to walk, the Heroes ended up voting out Tom in Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains Episode 5 instead.

Candice voted the way the rest of the tribe voted, although she knew it wasn’t the right move.

Russell hopes to convince Rob that he’s on his side, even though he isn’t. Rob wants him to know he’s out of his league.

Treemail is a little vague. There’s a reason for that. They will be competing as individuals to win immunity for themselves. Both tribes will be going to tribal council, and both will run the challenge separately. Each person will be tethered to a rope and must maneuver through a series of obstacles. The two winners for each tribe will then compete individually to win hot dogs, fixings, and soft drinks. Coach, JT, and Tyson previously competed in this challenge. JT got beat by Tyson in the end. Heroes go first. James is trying, and somehow he’s off to the lead, although it doesn’t last. Candice is through the first section first. JT is behind her. Candice wins individual immunity. Villains are up next. Boston Rob is the first one to get through the first section with Tyson right on his heels. Russell’s behind them. Boston Rob wins immunity. Now Rob and Candice will make the run at the course for reward. This one has a third level and is three times as high. Rob’s leading right at the start and retains his lead throughout. Villains win reward.

The Villains have decided to target Parvati, but hope they can get Russell to use the idol. Russell knows they’re going to vote Parvati. He wants to give her the idol tonight.

Colby knows his neck’s on the chopping block. He realizes where the numbers are, and James with his braced up knee managed to outperform Colby in the challenge. His message to everybody is to not worry about scrambling. Just enjoy the afternoon before voting him out. James doesn’t like that Colby seems to have just given up.

Despite that, there’s even more talk about getting rid of James. It would seem it’s all for show considering if they really wanted to get rid of James, they would have done so last time. Amanda warns him to prove himself and stop eating so much food. As proof he can still compete, James races JT across the beach, but he loses to a backward running JT.

Rob’s warning is that they need to split the vote. He knows they’re coming after Tyson. Problem is he’s telling his plans to Coach, who doesn’t want to work with them.

Russell would be okay with a three way tie. He thinks that would be genius, albeit perhaps not smart.

The Villains will be having their tribal council first, after which they will eat and watch the Heroes.

Sandra’s certain Russell has the idol, and if he doesn’t, he’d better look for it.

Russell stands up at tribal council, but he’s not going to play the idol. Rather, he hands it to Parvati. So she plays it. As smart moves go, that’s not one. Better her going home than him. Nonetheless, it sure is a bold and interesting play.

Votes
Russell
Russell
Parvati (does not count)
Parvati (does not count)
Parvati (does not count)
Parvati (does not count)
Tyson
Tyson
Tyson

By a vote of 3-2, Tyson has been voted out. His own stupid fault for switching up the vote and voting for Parvati rather than Russell. Props to Russell for fooling Tyson into feeling comfortable with him.

Heroes get to vote next as the now full on hot dogs Villains head back to camp.

Votes
Colby
James
James
James
James

I don’t get it. Why now and not instead of Tom? Anyway, James heads out for a second time with an injury.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another live recap of Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains Episode 7, which airs Thursday at 8/7c on CBS.

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