In the end, Parvati again made it to the finals, but came in second this time, losing to another former winner, Sandra. As soon as we got there, everyone was like, "Okay, Parvati's gone. Watching at home, I felt like you had him wrapped around your finger. I wanted Sandra voted out instead of Courtney, when we were still Villains vs. He thought he was dragging her along and she was making no moves and no one would respect her game play, and I'm like, "You're stupid.
Four years after her first season, Parvati has morphed into an undeniably impressive player – someone I'd argue is one of the greatest players , Parvati was again a power player – winning more individual challenges than anyone else, while pulling strings behind the scenes both with and without her allies, Russell and Danielle. IGN: Obviously, the alliance with Russell with key. And I'm thinking, wait, if he's trying to stop a threat to himself, why is he keeping the more dangerous player? Did you want Sandra at the end because she was also a winner? I tried to talk Russell out of taking Sandra a million times.
"Parvati is the most dangerous player on the team," he said. There he was, meditating and chanting self-empowering phrases on the sandy beach.
Later, he recounted another crazy story which we were only privy to part of, but it included something outlandish about 95 degree temperatures and his gums hurting, thereby making it amazing. It's good to have you back, Coach -- your antics never fail to make for good TV.
, Parvati's main claim to fame was that she was a flirt. Obviously, you could see he was playing a crazy-aggressive game. And that was exactly what I needed to stay in the game in the beginning, because I was targeted so heavily. And I think with a group of All-Stars, he thought it would be different and people would respect him for making the moves that he made. It takes a little social grace to get the votes of the jury, which I realize.
Beyond that, she didn't make much of an impact, and when things began to go wrong for her, she know how to save herself. " But you realize this as you walk around camp and no one is talking to you and everyone kind of scatters when you walk by, and you're like, "Hey, I've played this game before! I know how to play this game and it's a mostly social game. IGN: With Sandra, Russell kept saying, "Oh, she'll be easy to beat at the end." I kept thinking, "She won already!