Dalton Ross
April 01, 2010 AT 12:00 PM EDT

Tonight’s episode of Heroes vs Villains featured two very physical challenges, man-on-woman violence, and, once again, two Villains jockeying for position and control of the tribe. My full recap can be found right here, but if you can’t wait to sound off, then keep reading. [SPOILER ALERT: Read on after the jump ONLY if you have already watched Thursday’s episode. Otherwise, proceed at your own risk.]

The Boston Rob vs. Russell feud finally reached its endgame when Russell got Jerri and Coach to flip their allegiance. Jerri joined Russell, Parvati, and Danielle in voting for Rob, while Coach voted for Courtney (a vote that may not have been directly for Rob, but one which he knew ensured Rob’s departure in that it prevented a tie). It was a feisty Tribal Council as Rob questioned Russell’s idea of loyalty, causing the latter to respond, “Loyalty? I put my butt on the line for my people. I was willing to go home. If that isn’t loyalty, I don’t know what is. I don’t think you have the guts to do what I did last Tribal.” Ouch! Meanwhile, Coach was tormented about switching sides, and he was no doubt shaken to his core when his former man-crush refused a hug on the way to get his torch snuffed, telling Coach, “You’re a little man.” (Perhaps, but with a big feather attached to his hair.)

It was another stellar episode, and also included Colby tossing Jerri down like a rag doll, Sandra falling right on her face, and Courtney attempting to jump on a net (can you tell my fondness for physical comedy?). What was your favorite moment? And what do you make of the whole Rob vs. Russell feud? Sound off on the message boards, and make sure to check out the video player below for a special pep talk that Boston Rob recorded for himself before the game started in case he was voted out. My full recap is right here, and for all the Survivor news and views sent right to you, follow me on Twitter @EWDaltonRoss.

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