Jenna is wearing raingear on the trek to Tribal Council, but it's not raining and no one else is wearing their gear. When the team arrives and the gong has been gonged, Peachy stands stiff-armed in a spotlight and looks like he's the awkward star of a second-grade play. He doesn't sit on the money trunk this week, and for some reason Colleen and Jenna are giggling and whispering throughout this part. Peachy announces that Greg will be joining them this week to be an informed member of the jury. Greg lurks in like the Ghost of Pulau Tiga Past and creepily lowers himself onto the ground without taking his eyes off the eight remaining castaways. Colleen looks pleased to see her master, slinks over, and rubs up against his legs. Peachy asks Richard about his nakedness and Rich plays it down, saying, "What better place than to just hang out nude? But it did make a couple people uncomfortable so I thought why bother?" Idiot Seanvant says his voting rationale is "manifold," and that he appreciates having an easy order to follow. He also admits that it's strategic because it places the Pagong names at the start of the list and the Tagi names toward the end. He seems very earnest as he says, "This tortures me every three days. I hate it." Jenna says, "I'm next. I'm J," but "that's cool." Idiot Seanvant doesn't pick up on the sarcasm; he grins, nods, and says, "She knows she wouldn't take it personally and I think she's a safe vote tonight. If I was felt [sic] she was in jeopardy I would think twice at the very least of casting a vote," at which point a plane flies by and drops a trunkful of foreshadowing onto Idiot Seanvant's lap. Peachy asks what Sue's take is on Sean's strategy, because she's coming up soon. The remaining castaways are as follows: Kelly, Rich, Rudy, Sean, and Sue. So that makes Sue dead last; I don't know why Peachy would single out Sue to ask this question, nor do I know why Sue would be so upset since she has more time than anyone. Sue rambles on for a bit about Sean either being a neurotic idiot "or else he just doesn't have enough balls to make a decision." Sue and Sean get into it here as they raise their voices and being to talk over each other, and suddenly we're on a David E. Kelley show. Peachy asks how important Richard is to the group since he's the only one catching fish, and either he's ill-informed or he's setting Rich up. As the girls exclaim about their catch, Rich confirms, "They got a fish," although if it wasn't on film you know he'd be like, "Fish? What fish?"
Episode Report CardJoanna: B+ | 647 USERS: B-
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