Probst says Marcus and Matty will be captains of Kota and Fang, respectively. They will choose a player from the other tribe, who will then choose a player from the other tribe, etc., etc. Marcus picks Dan and Matty takes Ace. Dan picks Charlie, who couldn't be more thrilled to remain on Marcus's team. Marcus holds his hand out for a high five, but Charlie chooses to hug him instead. Ha ha ha. Charlie tells us his "biggest fear" in this game is losing Marcus. "I just love Marcus!" he says. PATHETIC. Your biggest fear in this game should be getting voted out -- not Marcus getting voted out, YOU getting voted out. And then your second fear should be getting some horrible African disease. Ace picks Crystal over Randy, joking that she beat him up pretty bad in the last challenge. And she is loving being picked over Randy. Charlie takes Randy, and Crystal goes with Jacquie, leaving Bob still on his number three pedestal. Randy picks Corinne, because he hates old people. Corinne, of course, is thrilled. The Onion Alliance is almost intact. Jacquie picks Ken, who can't believe an attractive blonde women picked him for anything. Now it's time for Corinne to pick between GC and Susie. Randy mutters that GC "is just playing his own game," while someone else (I think it was Dan) says he's slacked off in almost every challenge. Corinne picks Susie, diplomatically saying she doesn't want to be the only girl on her tribe.
Probst points out to GC, who I'm sure didn't realize this at all beforehand, that no one wants him on his tribe. GC says he's had a hard couple of days and figures he rubbed some people the wrong way. Correct, GC! Now, will you actually change your attitude because of this? We'll see. Ken picks next, and we all know he isn't picking Bob when there are two blonde women to choose from, so he asks the tribe who he should pick between Sugar and Kelly. Ace recommends against picking Kelly. As for Probst, he's so pissed that women are being picked before Bob that he feels the need to mention it, even though this totally interferes with the game and shouldn't be allowed. "You were ranked so high by your own tribe, and yet, nobody's chosen you!" Probst says. "Are you a diamond in the rough? Are they missing some gold here?" Well, is he diamond or gold, Probst? Make up your Fang-hate-addled mind. And stop trying to influence the players' decisions. "Time will tell," Bob says. And he should know, being more familiar with the passage of time than anyone else left in the game. The fact is, everyone on Fang already got rid of their old person and they don't want to be saddled with another one. And Bob might be stronger than Gillian, but he's been looking really out of it the last couple days.