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Last night, Schoonie got a present and Fringe got weirder and weirder.
I’m not even sure how to fully explain what happened, so complicated and beautiful was it.Â Â I feel like I just saw Hailey’s Comet.
The merge finally arrives, and the Villains decide to go ahead with their plan to get rid of JT by making him think Russell is going to flip.Â JT buys it hook, line and sinker, but when Sandra takes Rupert aside to tell him the real situation, Rupert starts to think that things are maybe too good to be true.Â Then Rupert and JT get into a fight, with JT telling Rupert how ridiculous he’s being by not trusting Russell one hundred percent, so now JT is making me side with Rupert on top of all the other shit he’s done in the last few episodes, so now he’s officially my least favorite contestant ever.Â At the immunity challenge, Parvati takes herself out at the last minute and gives immunity to Danielle and her scarily transparent silicone breasts, making the Heroes think something might be up.Â They agree to tell Russell that they’re voting for Parvati, but then vote for Sandra or Jerri to see if he’s loyal.Â Afterwards, Russell gives the idol he got from JT to Parvati, meaning that Parvati now has both idols.Â Before Tribal Council, Amanda tries to get a side gig going with Parvati, but Parvati reads her like a book and figures out that the Heroes aren’t coming after her directly.
With all of this information in hand, Parvati heads to Tribal Council.Â To review, ParvatiÂ has used the power of logic to deduce the following: that Heroes can’t vote for Danielle because she has immunity, that they won’tÂ vote for Russell because they think he’s on their side, and that they won’t vote for Parvati herself because they think she’s going to play the idol.Â Thus, Parvati has determined that this leaves two possible options for the Heroes:Â Jerri and Sandra.Â So what does Parvati do?Â She GIVES AN IDOL TO EACH OF THEM.Â It is, and I am not kidding when I say this, the single best play in the history of this show.Â Even the other Villains are surprised, particularly Russell, who thinks that his lame ass remedial plan to get them to vote for Parvati is actually going to work.Â In short, Parvati singlehandedly makes the very best play possible, and she does it without the help of her allies, and she does it solely through the use of her brain.Â
Say what you want, haters, but she is really, REALLY good at being on this show.Â Respect.
On a lively episode of Fringe last night, creepy Newton from the parallel universe was back causing massive chaos, this time with the help of a pair of shape-shifters. Â The shape-shifters killed and impersonated a couple of cute stoner teens, then set about implementing Newton’s scheme to open up another doorway to the other side. Â The Fringe gang found a stillborn shape-shifter embryo, which Walter zapped with massive amounts of electricity and brought to life. Â If it’s good enough for Dr. Frankenstein, it’s good enough for Walter. Â Thanks to information provided by the reanimated embryo, Olivia and the gang figured out that Newton was going to build his trans-universe gateway on a broken bridge over the Charles River. Â Walter whipped up one of his typically nonsensical devices to neutralize the effects of Newton’s equally nonsensical universe-opening device, and off they went to stop him.
When the doorway between universes opened, Peter scrambled to activate Walter’s device to close it back up. Â Before the gateway closed, Peter caught a glimpse of a man from the parallel universe trying to cross over to our side. Â The force of Walter’s device obliterated a random FBI agent into smithereensâ€¦ but left Peter and the man from the other universe unharmed. Â From this, Peter finally — finally, finally! — figured out what the audience has known for months now: He’s not from this universe, and Walter has been hiding this secret from him for all his adult life. Â It’s fair to say Peter does not take this discovery well.