Last night, Survivor turned in a good direction, Brittany and Old Eyes kept up their war, and someone ran around touching people with cancer.
Okay, so things are looking up!
The Villains are in shambles after getting rid of Rob last weak. Coach, in particular, is hilariously mad at everyone, calling them all “cowards”, which is phenomenal for reasons I’m sure I don’t have to explain. At the Reward Challenge (which is ANOTHER rehash from last season, the stupid boring bowling thing), Coach smells pizza and goes nuts, sitting out Sandra and Courtney to try and win. The Villains lose anyway, causing them to further implode.
The blame for the loss is directed at Sandra and Courtney for being shitty, despite the fact that they didn’t even play in the challenge. Sandra, who can see the writing on the wall and knows that she and Courtney are next on the chopping block, then gets TOTALLY AWESOME. She takes advantage of Russell’s ego to make him think Coach is after him, and he buys it hook, line and sinker. We don’t get any confessionals from Russell about how he’s onto Sandra, we don’t get any boasting about how he’s controlling her, he just gets the wool pulled right over his eyes, and it is phenomenal to behold.
When the Villains lose the immunity challenge as well, Danielle wants to keep Coach for the challenges, but Russell’s ego will not let the imaginary affront Coach has committed go unpunished, and Coach is poetically voted out for a) wussing out last week and not sticking with Rob, b) because he is male, and the Heroes seem to think that the girls on the Villains tribe have an alliance, and, most importantly: c) Sandra has successfully figured out how to work the shit out of Russell. It was indeed very tasty, and it bodes well.
Models of the Runway: PottyMouth
On last night’s Models of the Runway the bitter feud between Brittany and Old Eyes raged on. It’s an epic battle of old vs. young!! Who will emerge victorious?
In other news, Lorena’s head continues to get bigger and bigger and bigger as is evidenced by her teeny tiny hat. I sure hope her head will fit into the tents at Bryant Park!
Come back soon for the full recap and we can talk about all this and more!
On Fringe last night, some guy ran around giving cancer via skin contact to the former participants in Walter’s Cortexiphan drug trials. He eventually went after Olivia, which worked out about as well as you’d think. If you ever want to see Olivia club someone repeatedly with a floor lamp AND a candlestick, this is the episode for you. Meanwhile, Olivia and Peter had all kinds of crazy romantic sparks between them, as usual. Olivia felt guilty about hiding the truth about Peter’s childhood from him (you know, the part about how Walter kidnapped him from a parallel universe), so she decided to spill the beans. Nina managed to talk Olivia out of it, in a completely snotty and awesome way, but Walter decided it was time to tell Peter the truth anyway. So that’s going to be messy. Oh, and Walter pulled taffy and waxed eloquent about nude skiing. Obviously.