Stephenie LaGrossa was voted off "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains" on Thursday night. Her elimination marks the second loss for the Heroes tribe.
In the episode's most hyped moment, viewers saw "Boston Rob" Mariano collapse and receive medical attention. While getting aid from a medic and host Jeff Probst, Boston Rob cried and offered a dramatic, "I feel like it's getting the best of me" -- presumably referring to the "Survivor" game. Fortunately, Boston Rob was himself again just moments later. His self-diagnosis: the flu and some "crybaby-itis."
Boston Rob recovered enough to lead his team, the Villains, to victory in a challenge that involved carrying heavy crates and then making them into a puzzle. When the Heroes lost, James Clement blamed the loss on team members -- namely Stephenie -- talking over puzzle leader J.T. Thomas.
James brought it up again during tribal council, and while some team members jumped to Stephenie's defense, she ultimately got the boot.
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These players remain in the game:
On the "Heroes" tribe: Amanda Kimmel, Candice Woodcock, Cirie Fields, Colby Donaldson, J.T. Thomas, James Clement, Rupert Boneham and Tom Westman.
On the "Villains" tribe: "Coach" Ben Wade, "Boston Rob" Mariano, Courtney Yates, Danielle DiLorenzo, Jerri Manthey, Parvati Shallow, Randy Bailey, Russell Hantz, Sandra Diaz-Twine and Tyson Apostol.
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