They clue him in that they’re thinking about voting him out and he tells them that out of respect for him AND the game, they should keep him around. That’s what they’re talk about it, so he leaves them to their chat. He says everyone has been talking about keeping people who deserve to be in the game and he’s hoping that’s what will help him stay.
Later everyone is sitting around waiting to eat, talking about who hasn’t had their name written down. Everyone has written Scabby’s name down, she says. BECAUSE THEY HATE YOU!! Scabby decides that it’s a good time to give Lisa crap about voting for her. Yes, I know you’re shocked to hear that the princess of sunshine is at it again. She also talks about how Lisa says she’s all about her word, but it seem like now she’s more interested in the money, now she’s willing to go against her word.
Would Jeff kick me off the island if I snapped her neck?
Denise asks Scabby for just a moment of peace, but Scabby isn’t going to STFU! Denise is safe in her alliance of four! It’s Scabby and Spicoli on the outside looking in. She warns them all that she will play her hidden immunity idol.
I will! I’ll do it! Because I TOTALLY have one!!!!!!!
She leaves camp to go get it, trying to sell it as much as possible as she has one. She tells us that she’s an alliance of one person so she needs to play smart, play her fantasy idol and try to call their bluff in the game. She thinks she’s gotten real good lying about the idol, in fact, she tells us that she thinks SHE’S even started to believe it.
I totally believe myself. I do. For real. So I think they will believe me too
Malcolm is fairly certain that Scabby doesn’t have an idol, but he also knows that Spicoli is a major threat in the game. He thinks the smarter decision is to vote out Spicoli, but Scabby is such a pain in the ass that it might actually be better to vote her ass outta there.
“If Scabby goes home tonight it’s because she’s a bitch.”
Time for tribal.
Malcolm acknowledges that he’s happy to have won immunity but even so, he feels safe within his alliance. Spicoli is hoping that they’ll keep him because he’s a worthy opponent and deserves to stay. Skupin admits to Jeff that voting out Spicoli would be like voting out one of his kids.
Jeff goes to Lisa next, asking her if she’d rather sit next to someone at the end that deserves to be there or someone she thinks she can beat.
I’d rather find out who Jesus wants to win and go to the end with them.