Tribal council. Jeff sits the members of Moto down, after having them dip their torches for the first time, so we have to sit through "fire represents life" some more. Jeff asks Boo about losing Gary, and what the reaction was like. Boo insists that everyone loved Gary, and that he stayed in for three days being sick, and that they hope to see him again. Jeff asks "Dreamz" about his friendships, and he says that he was friends with Gary and is friends with Cassandra, but he admits that the rest of them tend to glaze over when he talks. Heh. At least he knows when the glazing is happening, which is a good thing. Edgardo insists that he doesn't know what "Dreamz" is saying at all. Not at all! He thinks everyone treats everyone else the same, and he wants to keep "Dreamz" from feeling that way. It's always enlightening to see how brilliant the people in a big early alliance always are about reassuring other people that they shouldn't feel left out. I'm pretty sure "Dreamz" will totally believe Edgardo, don't you think?
Jeff asks Lisi how camp was, and she accuses "Dreamz" of having gone on what she calls "a soliloquy" (nice try, but not really a very good use of the 25-cent word, considering that he was clearly talking to other people and making an argument, not talking to himself). She discusses his unforgivable lapse in saying that the tribe could do without the precious her, when she is wonderful enough not to keep the tribe from winning any challenges. She gets very sarcastic about how "Dreamz" is "pointing fingers," and it's such bullshit, because he's not doing anything in public that Lisi wasn't doing in private. He wasn't pointing fingers any more than Lisi was; he just pointed them in front of the entire team, including the pointees. It's dumb, but not in the way Lisi means it. Jeff asks "Dreamz" whether it's true that he tried to conduct a "powwow" about whom to vote off. "Don't make me sound like a monster," "Dreamz" complains with a grin. He points out that he repeatedly told people to stop him and object if they disagreed with anything he was saying, and nobody did it. He also says that he certainly didn't mean to be giving "a sha-quee-lah or whatever she said." Jeff corrects him. And...really? "Sha-quee-lah"? I don't know about you, but I'm thinking we should invent that word, and it should be the one we use for lectures about integrity. Because while "Dreamz" didn't really deliver a soliloquy, I'm willing to agree that he delivered a shaqueelah.