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Anyway, he tells Denise that he is worried that it’s going to be him going home, so Denise proposes that they both vote for Malcolm since he is both a physical and a social threat. Of course Russell eats that plan up because he is less threatened by Denise than by Malcolm.
Seriously, I love this lady. Not only is she a great competitor, she also seems to have a really good head on her shoulders. I love that even though she’s got the alliance going with Malcolm, she’s not going to sit by and let it be her name written down. This way if Russell does have the idol she’s ensured that she will stay instead of him. Now if only we could get her on a decent team that won’t vote her off immediately!!
So mission accomplished, Russell now feels like he is the swing vote. He tells us he’s not sure what he’s going to do, but I still think he’ll vote out Malcolm because he’s more afraid of him than he is of Denise. Malcolm knows with only three people left and them all telling each other what the others want to hear that anything could really happen. All three of them hope that they’re the ones coming back tonight.
Time for tribal council.
Jeff thinks it’s totally crazy that they’re back again; was it “interesting” back at camp today? Malcolm confirms to Jeff that anything could happen because they’re all saying the same things to each other. Enough of that. Let’s go over to Russell so he can explain his need to win everything. He thinks there is nothing wrong with him expecting excellence from himself every single time, no matter what he’s doing.
Malcolm admits that he let his tribe down today since he wasn’t able to get that last pot smashed before Jeff. It kills him that he wasn’t able to get a win for the tribe. It sucks to be the one to let everyone down.
Jeff wants to know from each of them why they shouldn’t go home tonight.
Russell thinks Malcolm is TOO MUCH of a physical threat and it would be better if he and Denise moved forward from here. Neither Russell nor Malcolm has anything bad to say about Denise except for the fact that she is maybe too likeable.