With Russell, Parvati, and Sandra in the final three, the jury reveals whether they can forgive and forget.
Russell’s Achilles heel — rage at people who he thinks have crossed him — messes with his game.
Russell once again seems to have overplayed his hand, and yet his strategy still wins out.
Danielle and Amanda wrestle for a clue to the next hidden immunity idol, while a catatonic Colby makes a horrible ref.
Tribal council ends with a twist that shocks even the unshockable Russell.
J.T.’s misguided plan to give Russell an immunity idol seemed so smart back at Heroes’ camp …
A well-earned happy ending.
With Boston Rob out, the Heroes get a very wrong impression of what’s going on at the Villains’ camp.
Justin Suarez’s official coming out is a bigger story in the fictional media than it was on last night’s ‘Ugly Betty.’
The Villains’ two masterminds put aside all pretense and fight for control of their tribe.
On a group trip to London, Betty has a surprise reunion, and Christina makes an accent-appropriate cameo.
The funk singer talks about her new album, working with Lil Wayne, and her connection to the Beatles.
This extended dream sequence is such a downer, it’s downright uncomfortable.
Boston Rob and Russell play the ultimate ‘Survivor’ battle of wits.
One of the show’s best-written and acted episodes ever, with a groundbreaking romantic moment.
Not even a hobbled knee can make James a no-brainer for eviction.
Stefani Germanotta didn’t cameo during last night’s long-awaited return, but her name popped up to forward a few key plotlines.
The Heroes continue to struggle, and a key alliance crumbles.
Parvati’s winking wiles keep her in the game against all logic.
The Heroes draw lines early while the Villains rally behind an ailing Boston Rob.