Whoa there, big fella. Calm down just a second. Of course, pretty much all Survivor contestants are confident they are on the path to victory when the game starts. So why should we believe Gabon's resident grumpasaurus, Randy Bailey, when he says that he'll win Heroes Vs. Villains? Well, he does have one distinct advantage going for him. No one - and I mean no one - is worried about him in the least. The only time his name really came up in my interviews with the cast right before the game began was when I questioned his mortal enemy Sugar about their current status, and even she didn't seem very concerned about him. [Why Randy could be in trouble, and exclusive on location video, after the jump.]
With so many obvious targets out there, Randy could get pretty far by just keeping his nose down. And, as he told me in Samoa before the game started, that's exactly what he plans to do. I never thought I'd be saying this, but it is under the radar time for Randy. There are built in feuds going back a decade. I think I can sit back and cruise to the jury and then I will start playing. He may be right, but it is easier said than done to sit back and get along with everyone once you are cold, hungry, and tired. I can't tell you how many people have told me pre-game how they were going to be on their best behavior all season, only to then explode at someone halfway through once their bodies - and patience - stated to fail them. I was actually impressed with how Randy kept a lid on it in Gabon for a while, at least. But then his open feud with Sugar ended up costing him. (As for his feelings now on Sugar, he says: It's no secret. I don't care for Sugar much and it's not from her gameplay. I don't respect her as a human being. I respect her as a Survivor player way more than a human being.
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