Day 31. Laurel is telling Olivia and someone else from the Blue team that she misses being on the Council. She says that her team's against the Council, and that she's against some of them. "Then do something about it," Olivia advises. Laurel says that she can't. "You can, in your own way," says Olivia. "Stay away from the people who argue all the time." Oh, that's funny, because I thought Olivia was going to say, "Undermine your leader with snide comments and an endless succession of bitchfaces." Laurel interviews that she's tired of the whole thing and just wants to go home. Are we really supposed to buy Laurel as The One Who Might Go Home? Because I'm not buying it. My wallet's staying right there in my pocket.
Town Hall meeting, for the second time tonight. Jonathan starts right out with the approval poll, and roughly three-fourths of the town approves of the job the Council is doing. The other fourth? Is the Green district. Which we pretty much knew already. Hunter speaks for them, talking about the irony of eavesdropping after having a meeting about respect. "Why were you talking crap about us in the first place?" Blaine demands. Well, that's allowed, as Anjay points out, invoking the First Amendment. So the Kid Nation uses the U.S. Constitution? Nobody objects to Anjay's point, so I guess they do. Greg decides to make this all about him, and boasts that he gives "tough love." A lot of hands go up, and Greg, to his credit, wants to hear from Sophia first. Sophia says that was disrespectful right there. So Greg starts yelling, "Why was that so offensiiiive?" You can tell he doesn't actually want an answer by how long he stretches out the "iiiiiiiiiiiiive."
And here we go again with The Greg Show, as he filibusters that people take half the things he says as insults, "and they're not." Michael tells him, "Disrespect is not always an intentional thing." "I call it tough love," Greg says stubbornly. "Well, then, no more 'tough love,'" Michael says. Good luck with that. Mike stands and says that his problem with Greg is "pretty much whenever [he acts] like [he is] now." Natasha adds that he's "aggressive" and "violent." I don't see "violent," aside from that time he shoved Mike. Oh, and the other time he threatened to hit Anjay in the face. And all the rolling over people. And maybe some things we haven't seen...? Never mind, Natasha, carry on.