But Probst must interrupt this to talk to Li'l Russell, who has nothing to do with anything. He asks if Li'l Russell feels "attacked or misunderstood" by the judgment coming his tribe's way from one member of Galu. Li'l Russell does not air his dirty laundry in front of a crowd like Erik does, and just says he still has hope that his tribe can make something happen in this game. Probst asks Erik if he has respect for Li'l Russell and his hope for his tribe. Erik says he respects that Li'l Russell doesn't give up, but then says something about how Li'l Russell's competitiveness is "misaligned" and could make him the next person to go if he doesn't "focus." Li'l Russell and Jaison just laugh at this, and Li'l Russell asks if Erik is saying he should just roll over and wait for his turn to be voted out. He says that won't happen, and he'll keep talking to people and fighting to stay in this game. Which should be obvious, but I don't think that occurred to Erik before. He seems to think he is the only person doing any kind of strategizing right now, and that the other eleven people are just sitting around waiting to hear from him on what to do. Oh, and that when the end of the game comes and he's still in the game with two other contestants and it's time for the four Foa Foa members on the jury to vote for who wins the million dollars, they'll all forget that Erik treated them like shit.
Episode Report CardSara M: A- | 730 USERS: B
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