Jeff asks Jaime if maybe Dave is trying a little too hard rather than actually leading, and Jaime says that, considering the piles of wood that randomly start appearing before anyone else is even awake, she'd say yes, he's "over the top" in attempting to prove himself. Asked what it is that the tribe needs to do, Jaime says she thinks everybody gets along except Ashley and Dave, who "clash heads," and she thinks maybe Dave's way of talking to people is kind of intimidating. She's not directly answering what the tribe needs to do, of course, but she's kind of indirectly answering that she agrees with those who say that one of them needs to go, for everyone else's sanity. Dave starts defensively pointing out that he keeps telling them to "check [him]" if he's "out of line," which...that's not how it works, Dave. You don't instruct people to check you as if that's separate from you just growing up and dealing with the fact that they may disagree with you. He doesn't need someone to give him a speech when he's out of line; he needs to talk to people differently. Sherea says that she hasn't enjoyed her time on the tribe at all, strongly implying that the reason she hasn't is that Dave is a jackass. She points out that she only knows about half the people on the tribe, and Dave starts arguing with her (check yourself, Dave!) about how this is only because they've been so busy working. This causes Sherea to say, several times, "Did you not hear what came out of my mouth?" In other words: she gets it, Dave. You're working a lot. You're also ruining camp for others. Dave plasters this condescending "Women are craaaaaazy!" grin on his face, and he's seriously lucky he didn't get smacked at this point. Sherea points out that if he's going to lead, Dave needs to come up with how they're going to pull together and start doing better. She adds that Dave does indeed tend to answer back to every single thing Ashley says.
"Ashley, what's the criteria for your vote tonight?" Jeff asks. "Uh, I'm voting for Dave," Ashley says emphatically. Hee. It's interesting to see someone refuse to play along with Jeff's idea that everyone at tribal council is wildly trying to conceal whom they're voting for. Jeff always wants to ask those "how are you strategizing your way to a decision about how you might possibly decide to vote?" questions, and it's kind of gratifying to see someone say, "By voting for the person I hate, Jeff." Everyone else chuckles nervously. Dave says he expects at least a couple of votes, and Jeff asks him how the tribe will do better if they boot Ashley. Dave says they won't have to walk on eggshells, and insists that he only has conflict with Ashley. Which...is not true, considering that Sherea made her feelings toward him known about thirty seconds ago. Jeff says that this concludes another week of tribe therapy (heh), and he sends people to vote. Ashley and Dave vote for each other, although she first claims she's voting for "Derek Zoolander." Oh, my. Don't insult Derek Zoolander.