Speaking of Jenna and Rupert, they sit together and watch the proceedings. Jenna points out that Kathy, Shii Ann, and Big Tom are spending a lot of time talking. Jenna thinks Big Tom must be giving Kathy an indication that he agrees with her, or they wouldn't have so much to talk about. Jenna says that Alicia is acting weird too, and Jenna is worried that she'll be targeted. Jenna interviews that Alicia and Big Tom are the weak links in the alliance, because no one has tried to draw them into the alliance of Amber, Rob, Rupert, and Jenna. Heh. That's what Jenna thinks. Little does she know that Rob has a side deal with Alicia. Jenna concludes that Alicia and Big Tom might be switching, which is what burned her in the first game, so she might be burned again.
Tribal Council. Once everyone is seated, Probst announces Lex, the first member of the jury. Oh, God. Lex gave himself a Mohawk. What a douche. He should go marry Frankie from The Real World San Diego and have little alterna-babies. Lex just sits there all smug and pissed-off. Jeff points out to Kathy that this has been an odd season, because it has been really catty, but then there have also been strong friendships and bonds formed. Kathy says that she's been having a hard time figuring out when to play the game and when to back off. I'll give her a hint: you start playing the game the moment you arrive, and you don't back off until you're voted off or you win the million. Jeff asks Big Tom if he'll have a hard time voting off friends. Big Tom says, "Numa wumma spangle." Oh, come on. It was a dumb question. Do you really care about the answer? Fine. Tom wants to win with class. Jeff asks Rob how to win the game with class. Rob says that this game is a little different, because real friendships were formed before the game even started, back in the States. Lex is all smirky. Fuck off, Lex. And fuck off, Lex's smirk. And fuck off, Lex's stupid Mohawk. Rob says that he's struggled with those issues, and asks Jeff to define "class."
Jeff doesn't take the challenge, and instead asks Shii Ann what she is doing that should keep her in the game. Thank you! Shii Ann says that she is in the minority, having started out in Mogo Mogo, so she knows that she's a target. And also, she's useless. Though she doesn't mention that part. Shii Ann thinks that people will need to start figuring out whom they can beat in the finals. Shii Ann condescendingly says, "If all this talk about alliance here tonight is true, which I doubt, then I'm the next to go, and I've played as many cards as I can, but you know, it's not the end for me yet. I may still win immunity." Yeah, because she's really shown strength in challenges thus far, by sitting them out. Jeff asks Kathy why she's voting the way that she's voting tonight. Kathy says she's voting for the person who lied to her, not that lying shouldn't happen in the game, but Kathy didn't like how the lying happened. Kathy lectures everyone about how the game will change when it gets down to seven people, because people will be rethinking strategies, and with fewer players, they will have less options. I wish Amber or Big Tom, who were the sixth and fourth player remaining in their seasons respectively, would tell Kathy to fuck off with the condescending advice. Oh, she made it one whole step further than Big Tom. Big deal. Kathy thinks that alliances should have shifted while Lex was still there. Lex gives a big smile. Finally, Aunt Kathy's advice segment is over, and the voting begins.