(And at his embarrassed insistence I state here that he did not, at first, see their stripes. No stripes at all.) Kimp is very sick -- she complains that she's sweating and has never felt so bad before. She keeps looking at her stomach like a two-year-old having just discovered her belly button. Lindsey tells us that the reward was amazing and they pigged out, but since their stomachs have shrunk, "it's hard to stuff food in there." They forced the meal down anyway, but Kimp is having trouble because "her tiny little 5'1" figure" can't keep it down. Tom and Lex are on either side of Kimp helping her walk. Meanwhile, Playskool points and laughs at her. What's wrong with these people? Brandon comments that Kimp's "stomach is poofing out" and they crack themselves up over it. They're clearly hyenas in people costumes. Lindsey helpfully advises, "If you barf, just barf a little bit of it out and then keep the rest." Details I did not need to know. In a confessional, Kelly proudly tells us that they were all able to keep the food down. As they arrive back at their camp, Kimp zombies onto the tribe's cart and lies down groaning. The rest of them seem to feel fine. Kelly and Lex are happy that Silas got voted off. Lindsey says, "Ooh, he's probably just fuming!" and Kelly says she wouldn't have guessed that Silas had votes against him, because most likely there was a 3-3 split. Do the original members of Boran even know about the trivia tiebreaker rule? Lindsey informs Kelly that Silas had votes against him, because he'd spurned an alliance advance by Frank. I'm not sure if this is the truth, or if Lindsey made it up to protect herself. Silas did reject the alliance with Oldskool, but I wouldn't go so far as to say "it was a total showdown." Kelly concludes that the situation was "bizarre." To her credit, she doesn't sound all that convinced by Lindsey's story. Lindsey then tells us in a confessional that when Playskool had the upper hand, they treated Oldskool poorly -- especially her. She says she was so excited that she gloated and "felt like [she] was queen of the land." She'd have to battle Linda for that title, though. She then concludes that Oldskool was out for revenge. Kelly concludes that Frank must have "sold out Silas," and Brandon agrees, causing Kelly to exclaim, "What a little pig!" Brandon tells us that Oldskool betrayed Silas because he and Lindsey "got in their faces." He then says, "Looks to me like we're the ones kind of in the pit now."
Episode Report CardJoanna: B+ | 492 USERS: C+
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