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Survivor Heroes vs Villains - Episode 7

Seventh episode of Survivor Heroes vs Villains

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Survivor's Most Valuable Player Gets Robbed

  • Apr 2, 2010
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After the craziest Tribal Council in Survivor history, the Villains and Heroes returned to their camps as the game continued. Over at Villains beach the two sides were obvious. There was Rob/Sandra/Courtney, Russell/Danielle/Parvati and then we have Coach/Jerri. As Russell and his two gloated after voting off Tyson, the others were agitated about their big heads while Rob started to get paranoid. He now believed that Jerri/Coach were with Rob, and just pretending to hate him. It seemed as if he was predicting the future or has super sonic hearing as that's what Russell's new plan was: get the floaters on his side.

The Heroes beach was a much happier, somewhat, tone with Colby still in the game and hoping to put up a fight in the next challenge. They were all worried about James being voted out and Colby being lackluster this entire time but with the reward approaching it was Colby's time to shine, and that he did. The challenges wasn't all that great, I must admit, just fighting for a ball and throwing it into a hoop. They just did that challenge a couple episodes ago, this time it was in the water. Colby scored two baskets while Candice I believe scored the third. That got the Heroes a nice reward of food with a waterfall and a clue to the idol, one which they hope to find together.

While the Heroes ate, the Villains were going crazy as Jerri talked to Danielle/Russell/Parvati and was swayed by Russell's loyalty to Parvati into joining the foursome. She also kind of put Coach in the foursome without realizing and it angered Coach a bit. He and Jerri have been tight, but by saying she is loyal to Russell as well that kind of irked Coach. Jerri had some sort of epiphany this episode, she now trusts Russell, realizes she's been single for three years because she can't commit and that Coach is crazy. All true probably. It was an interesting mangle of alliances and friendships and I think for the first time, pre-game alliances are out the window. 

For their Immunity Challenge the tribes had to have three race across a trampoline, climb a rope for two puzzle piece bags each then have the other two put together the puzzle. The Heroes were able to get their pieces first, like usual and it all came down to the puzzle. The reason being is Courtney, she sucks at challenges and I'm sure she's the first to admit it. With the lead, Amanda and JT were able to put the puzzle together and that gave the Heroes a huge boost as they finally won an immunity. Something I didn't see happening but I kind of wanted to see as the Villains are just that more interesting.

Ok now this doesn't all make sense but I'll try to recap what happened post immunity at the Villains. To start things off everyone wanted Courtney gone, Coach and Russell mostly. Russell goes up to Sandra/Courtney/Rob and tells Rob, while the two girls are sitting there, that one of those two should go. Kind of stupid, but still kind of smart. They laughed it off but that sent Rob to Coach where he forced him into agreeing and promising to vote Russell out. Coach is really all about keeping his word but then Jerri pulled him into a Russell seed meeting where he was pressured into voting off Rob. So the vote went from voting out Courtney: a smart move, to voting out Russell or Rob..... very stupid. It all came down to Jerri who then talked to a tear-eyed Rob who basically told her that he has her back. What's a black widow to do? Let's go to Tribal Council to find out.



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April 08, 2010
It made me sick and sad to see Rob go. I would rather watch him any day than Russell and I'd rather have seen him WIN any day than Russell. I just hope someone can take out Russell before he can get to the end.
April 08, 2010
A lot of what happened on last week's episode didn't make sense to me. Jeri and Coach's final decisions were not well played. I'm honestly not looking forward to the rest of the season. We'll see if anyone surprises me this week.
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review by . April 05, 2010
The latest episode of Survivor Heroes vs. Villains will definitely be talked about for years to come. In most Survivor seasons, you have what's called a turning point. This is the moment in the game where everything changes and flips on its head. Even though the entire season hasn't played out fully yet, I will predict that this episode is most likely a crucial turning point that will determine how the rest of the game will fall into place. Add on the fact that this is an All-Star season and the …
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I'm your average guy who just happens to love reality tv. Ever since I saw the first episode of Survivor I was hooked! Of course I enjoy other things like traveling, going to the beach and surfing the … more
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 In the seventh episode of Survivor Heroes vs Villains the Heroes find their teamwork skills actually help while the Villains flounder in their first loss, forcing sides to be created and one shocking Tribal Council vote off.
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Original Air Date: April 1, 2010
Description: Seventh episode of Survivor Heroes vs Villains
TV Show: Survivor, Survivor Heroes vs Villains
Genre: Reality TV
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