Survivor
Girls Gone Wilder

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Next, in a particularly inspired piece of editing, we cut over to a clip of Roger literally holding a bag while the tribe packs up for Tribal Council. Because he thinks he's got it in the bag, you see? Davey Rockett voice-overs that the four women realize that they're going to be eliminated quickly because the "six males are starting to stick together a little bit better." He says that the women shouldn't be surprised, what with the 6-4 breakdown, and that they're obviously "lookin' to go packin' pretty quick."

A pointed shot shows Roger inquiring about the status of a pot before leaving camp, because he thinks he's returning. Does everyone have that? He thinks he's returning! But he's not!

Again with the fisheye interview, Rob informs us that he realized early on that the men are a "bunch of jamokes [sic]." Rob claims that the other men don't think the women are capable of taking them out, and that he is confident he'll be the "last man standing" in the game. I'm not sure how that's worth bragging about -- essentially it's fifth place, right? That's hardly an "Honorable Mention." The editors continue to be down with the punning this week, as we go to a shot of an off-kilter Rob nearly losing his balance while getting into the boat. You see what they did there? The whole "last man standing" thing? Rob wraps it up by announcing that the men have absolutely no idea what's going on around them. Well, they know they saw four naked breasts recently, and that's probably good enough for most of them.

The standard tribal trill accompanies Jackée's arrival at Tribal Council. Peachy welcomes them, and points out that the last time he saw them, they were heading off together as a new tribe. I'm confused, since the last time he saw them was at the individual immunity challenge, and they'd already done the whole "new tribe" shtick days before that. In any case, Peachy asks about their first order of business as a new tribe, and Butch -- who responds very stiffly since he's not used to these cameras in his face, having not given a single interview yet, as far as we've seen -- answers that they wanted to "establish a place of residency." Sounds like they're trying to get in-state tuition, not playing Survivor. Butch adds that it was important to the tribe -- and then clarifies the statement to say it was important at least to him -- that they included everyone's opinion in coming together as a team.

Rob adds that everyone had a part to play, and if someone didn't know what part that was, "there was [sic] a couple people that were more than happy to tell you where you should be going and what you should be doing." Because their shelter went up so quickly, he acknowledges that their system might have actually worked. Peachy is eager to read between the lines and asks whether Rob is saying people became bossy quickly, or whether he likes "being subservient to the people who decide what to do." Hee. Rob answers without hesitation, "I like being subservient to the people that decide what to do." Double hee. Davey Rockett snickers behind him.

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