Survivor

Season 20 Episode 3

It's Getting the Best of Me

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Feb 18, 2010 on CBS
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On night three, the Villains can't sleep after facing a rough and wet night without strong protection from the rain. The next morning, the tribe cannot agree on how to fix their shelter. Meanwhile, the Heroes are all working well with each other but Stephenie thinks Rupert has become annoying. Back on the Villains beach, Rob starts feeling very weak and collapses. The medical team analizes Rob and decide that it will be OK for him to stay. The next day, the tribes meet for immunity and reward and the Villains win for the second time. At the Heroes beach, the tribemates argue with each other about how they performed in the challenge and James feels they did not communicate and work like a team. James thinks Stephenie is the one to go because of what happened to her in Palau. The tribe is split when Tom, Colby and Stephenie realize they are not included in Rupert and James' voting discussions and Candace is in the middle of both alliances and is unsure of how to vote.moreless

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  • Rob's attempts to take a leadership role in his tribe take its toll on him, but don't count him out just yet. The Heroes appear to work well together at camp, but they can't seem to get it together when it comes to challenges.moreless

    7.0
    The Villains do not work well together at all. They can't seem to get any focus and as a result have been unable to get sufficient shelter. However, they do a great job with the challenges. On the other hand, the Heroes work very well together at camp, but can't get the job done it comes to challenges. This so far makes for an interesting game in this early stage. It's somewhat entertaining to see Rob, one of the laziest around camp in his previous appearances, criticize his tribe for being lazy. How things (and people) change in six years.moreless
  • Very suspenseful and you won't believe which tribe is the first to capsize!

    8.5
    I really enjoyed this episode, but my major disappointment was that we only got to see one challenge, and I wasn't particularly happy about that.



    I did, however, enjoy that one challenge, and I was really surprised that the Heroes coughed up another massive lead.



    It was sad to see Boston Rob pass out, but I'm glad he's OK, as I want to see him reach the latter stages.



    I wasn't too phased by the Tribal Council and wasn't disappointed with who was gone, but I hope that the Villains lose Courtney soon, as I don't like her much.



    I would recommend this episode as it is quite dramatic and suspenseful, but I do think that the premiere was better. Still, a good episode.moreless
  • Interesting episode...Villains was a lot of fun. Boston Rob...I kinda would like him to go away. He's to annoying for my tastes...And would be nice to take Parvati with him.

    9.5
    Villains are a very exciting bunch. Some people are planners, other are jokers(Randy owns), then other are just fakes...You can sense it from a block away...I mean Parvati and Rob...I dunno why I don't like them but I just don't...We all know they would sell their parents for a chance to win survivor...

    But they are so false...The other important player-Russ, just has a nice style, he does things smart... Plans it pretty well, thinks a lot..To be honest I like Boston Rob but I would like to see both him and Parvati voted of fast...

    Villains are uninteresting to be honest..They loose and they don't even think to vote of Rupert...It's like last season all over again, when I remember Dave sinking his tribe by refusing to see the facts. Rupert is just useless, moreover he has an annoying attitude...Why keep him?

    Next episode I hope to see more scenes with Randy and Tyson...Those guys are just like twins cynical.moreless
  • Rob has changed over six years!

    8.5
    Think by being a father has changed Rob. As he used to be lazy, now he is doing all of the work. As the villians are great in challenges but lazy at work. And the heroes are worse in challenges but work great at camp. But it is the Heroes that are getting the big egos over their heroes status. And that James, whom I liked the past two times he was on the show, is now being a total jerk. Showing his true colors as Stephenie was made to walk the plank. It is a good thing that I wasn't Stephenie as I would had told James to shut the you know what up. The villians seemed to be a little more likable suprinsgly. Despite the laziness in camp. The Heroes ego are getting the best, as well as worse, of them.moreless
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Russell Hantz

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Tyson Apostol

Tyson Apostol

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James Thomas Jr.

James Thomas Jr.

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Benjamin Coach Wade

Benjamin Coach Wade

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Randy Bailey

Randy Bailey

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Rupert Boneham

Rupert Boneham

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