False idols, the Survivor kind
On other shows, false idols take a whole other meaning.
On Survivor: Fiji, contestant Yao-Man scored himself the coveted immunity idol which protects him from being voted off the island. He brings to the show a brand new strategy never seen before on the show. Perhaps he is enabled to come up with such a scheme because for the first time ever, Survivor has given the contestants large buckets of paint?!
Apparently, Yao-Man opened up a counterfeit immunity idol shop, taking coconut shells and started to bury them like a puppy with a bone, all over the island. This man must be suffering from wicked case of heat stroke if he thinks that this scheme is going to work. The way he paints on the face looks like Survivor's version of Wilson on Castaway. If for some strange reason someone else falls for his scheme, then they must rename the place Gilligan's Island. Because the last time coconut shells meant anything was when The Professor used them as a telephone.