Over at the men's tribe, Bill decides to try to be a grownup and go talk to Colton about their issues. Colton, who is lounging in a chair as usual, puts his arm over his eyes and says he doesn't want to talk game right now, and they're not going to tribal council so there's no point. I get what Colton's saying, but it's also so rude to dismiss someone who is trying to have an adult conversation. Bill isn't having it, so he squats down to get on Colton's level and asks what he's done to make Colton hate him so much. Colton acts like a child and accuses Bill of being wishy-washy, and adds, "You're going home next so it really doesn't matter." Bill continues trying to talk and Colton just says, "Bye!" What an asshole. Bill interviews that he found his attempts at conversation incredibly frustrating. Colton finally stands up and says that he doesn't even want Bill around him and Bill should stop talking to him. Bill calls him a "stuck up brat" and keeps standing in Colton's way as he tries to walk away. Colton interviews that Bill is disgusting and he hates him, and he needs to get a real job. Colton is a child. Who can't at least put on an indifferent face when confronted by someone you dislike?
So then Colton goes up to Troy and Jonas to complain about Bill's behavior. Colton also drops the news that Leif ratted them out to Bill. Colton says "casually" that he might go to the girls and ask if they want to trade immunity so that the men can go to Tribal and get rid of Bill. Troy and Jonas don't really react because it's the dumbest thing Colton's ever said, and that's saying something. Colton continues his sales job by saying that if you go into the merge with numbers, but those numbers aren't on your side, it doesn't matter. So he's assuming that Bill would side with the women after the merge, and I don't know that that is true. It seems like Bill is willing to work within their tribe if Colton would stop being a child and let them. Somehow he has convinced everyone that Bill is not on the men's side. Has anyone asked Bill about this? Jonas ineffectually says that it doesn't seem like anyone has every given up tribal immunity, and then interviews that he doesn't like the idea but Colton is calling the shots, so he has to go along with it. Does he? Wouldn't this be a great time to get rid of Colton, who is useless and annoying and mean? Tell him you want to go to Tribal to get rid of Bill and then blindside Colton? God, I wish someone would put that together.