Hey Gasmi! This season is shaping up to be a good one. Isn’t it? I’ll admit I had my doubts in the beginning, but the last couple of weeks have kicked it up a notch. Or two. And even though this week doesn’t bring last week’s insanity to tribal, there’s still PLENTY going on to keep us entertained when Lisa’s not crying. So let’s get to it!
Dang Rain returns from tribal council and Skupin is overjoyed that Lisa’s plan to save him worked (though perhaps not quite the way she planned). Scabby is less than overjoyed to have received a vote and immediately assumes it was Skupin that cast the vote her way.
I can’t believe you voted for me even though I keep talking about voting you out!
She’s all sunshine and rainbows that one. Penner comes to Skupin’s rescue and tells Scabby that HE’S the one that voted for her. I’m surprised he owned up to it; I think if it were me I would have let Skupin take that bullet.
You know I could kill you in your sleep right?
See what I mean? Bitch be crazy.
Penner tells us that was the most incredible tribal council he’s ever been a part of. It was cray cray. After talking to Spicoli Penner realizes he was the one whose vote resulted in Jeff’s ouster from the game.
I am a little disappointed that it wasn’t intentional, but Penner doesn’t seem too heartbroken about the whole thing. From his perspective he’s a dead man walking anyway.
Next, Malcolm talks to Lisa and tells her he isn’t holding any grudges against her for what went down at tribal. She was playing the game and he gets it because he’s just playing the game as well. Lisa thanks him over and over and over again for being so understanding. And then she tanks him some more.
Thank you thank you thank you thank you. Have I mentioned I want to thank you?
I think we got it! He’s much nicer than I am because I think I would have told her to shut it about forty thank yous ago!
Lisa tells us that she loves the game but it just may be too big for her. It’s just not her.
FYI – when I screw you over I totally won’t be apologizing like this. Just thought you should know!
The next morning Penner does some math and realizes he’s in trouble if the five remaining Tandangers stick together at the next vote. But he knows that the five of them are vastly different and he’s hoping he can play on those divisions and maybe get Skupin and Lisa away from the other three.