By Dalton Ross
April 29, 2010 at 12:00 PM EDT

If you thought VH1’s …of Love shows were the only place to see women wrestling with each other while yelling things like “psychopath”…well, think again! That equal parts confusing and entertaining struggle highlighted the latest edition of Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains. My full recap will be up at midnight (UPDATE: Click over now to see Dalton’s full recap of tonight’s Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains), but if you’ve already watched the episode and can’t wait to sound off, then read on after the jump for more. [SPOILER ALERT: Continue on only if you have already watched Thursday’s episode of Survivor: Heroes vs Villains.]

The claws came out when Danielle, Colby, and Amanda went on a reward trip to Robert Louis Stevenson’s home. While watching Treasure Island and chomping down popcorn, Danielle found a clue to the next hidden immunity idol and tried to hide it on the floor so no one else would see. The turned out to be a mistake when Amanda walked over and picked up the clue. Danielle then leaped to her feet and tried to physically wrestle the clue away from Amanda while calling her a “psychopath” and insisting the clue was hers. Then, in a move that was both immensely generous and immensely stupid, Colby (who shockingly seemed more interested in watching a 76-year-old movie than the two smokin’ hot babes wrestling in bikinis right in front of his face) told his alliance-mate Amanda to give the clue back to Danielle, thereby handing a second hidden immunity idol over to the enemy. Instead of refusing to give the clue up and then finding the idol to save herself, Amanda was voted out.

My full recap will be up at midnight, but feel free to sound off right now. What would you have done in Colby and Amanda’s situation: keep the clue, return it, or negotiate that all three could read it? Hit the message boards and let us know. Also, perhaps I saw this episode all wrong. Maybe Amanda wasn’t voted out at all. Check out the video below to see what I’m talking about as I asked Amanda to give her voted-off self a little pep talk. And to get all the Survivor scoop sent right to your virtual doorstep, follow me on Twitter @EWDaltonRoss.