Probst talks to Ken, asking if he can trust the ex-Kota members of his tribe. Ken says it's hard to trust anyone after just three days, and Jacquie looks worried. Probst asks Matty if he trusts Ace. Matty says he doesn't, but he wants him on his side, i.e. Ace is too strong to vote out right now. Probst asks Ace how he feels, and Ace says that Ken is right, that it's hard to trust someone after three days, so the best plan of action is to vote in a way that will keep the tribe as strong as possible.
Probst asks Jacquie how it feels to go from a tribe that "really had it together" (like when they lost two challenges in a row last week? And they all hated each other at camp? Yeah, real together) to Fang, which is the worst group of people known to man and complete failures at everything they do. Except for the two challenges they won last week, the fish they caught using Randy's glasses, and their unified unanimous votes at the other two Tribal Councils. Jacquie says she was expecting this group of people to do well and win the challenge, and she worked her ass off to help that happen. Probst goes for Kelly and asks her if she's worried that she'll be going home tonight. Kelly says she's concerned, but she wasn't the only weak person in the challenge, pointing at Ken and Crystal as being weaker than she was. Uh... perhaps Kelly doesn't know what "weak" means, much like she doesn't understand the meaning of the word "asset." I'm giving her the benefit of the doubt here, because it's probably less stupid not to know what "weak" means than it is to call out the two people who can vote you out right before the freaking vote. "That's just one challenge. I'm not weaker than her," Crystal says, pissed off. Ah, this could be it! The time when Crystal finally reveals her secret Olympic gold medalist identity! Kelly thinks she's making things better by saying that she was "moving" today, implying that Crystal was not. Crystal angrily says she tried to move the boat, but she couldn't get it to go anywhere. "I was in the game. I just wasn't participating as much as I normally do," Crystal says. Actually, though, I think her performance today was about as good as it's been in every other challenge, except for the pole-hugging one. And by "good," I mean "an incredible disappointment to the US Olympic Committee."
Probst says it was "really clear" that only Ace, Matty and Jacquie contributed to the challenge today. Is he even allowed to say stuff like this? Isn't this a game show, with rules that say it has to be fair and stuff? Doesn't singling certain people out and saying they're better than the others give those people an unfair advantage? Probst then pretty much says that they shouldn't vote Ace or Jacquie out if they want to keep Fang as strong as possible. Does he think anyone will actually care about his opinions or take his wise counsel to heart? Look at him. His hair is dyed so black that's it almost blue like Superman. I wouldn't take him seriously either. Probst asks Ken who from Kota should be "most worried" if the Fang tribe members vote together tonight. Like he's really going to reveal that. Shut up, Probst. Ken says it's either Kelly or Jacquie, because they need keep their team strong for challenges. Oh, well, then, surely they'll vote Kelly out, since Probst just told them all that Jacquie is the strongest woman ever to play this game, based on her almost getting the ball away from Marcus that one time.