The war between the sexes heats up in tonight's episoide of "Survivor."
Julie, a 22-year-old model, appears to be trying to seduce 40-year-old family man Sarge on national television in a seemingly desperate attempt to remain in the game and win the $1 million prize.
In a preview, the NASCAR-loving drill sergeant remarks, "I don't get to hang out with too many young 22-year-old models, and she's hot."
Rory, on the other hand, becomes completely fed up with his female teammates. "What a completely useless lot!" says the 35-year-old social worker.
The men have set themselves up to perish by eliminating John, says "Survivor" pundit Greg Feltes, leaving the likeable and non-threatening Scout positioned to win.
Feltes slams Sarge for "paranoia and a tendency to overmanage."
Last week, 19.1 million viewers tuned in to see the all-male alliance shatter as the men of the Lopevi tribe turned their backs on John Kenney, the pretty-boy mechanical bull operator from Los Angeles.
They voted instead to keep their two new women tribe members.
John, distrusted and pegged for being a slacker while the rest of his tribe labored tenaciously, had to pay his dues at tribal council and say goodbye.
The loser of tonight's episode will be interviewed Friday morning on The Early Show.
Unaired insider video and a "Survivor" fantasy league are featured on the official "Survivor" Web site.