The guys aren't just pretending to be on Marty's side, either, as Ben interviews that Marty's plan is solid. With that, the guys talk about Chase and how much he sucks. Marty says he thinks Brenda is tight with Chase to "keep her options open." "He's a bad horse to ride," Dan says, who must know plenty about riding on someone else's coattails to get through this game at this point. Jud knows Chase and Brenda well enough to know that back at camp right now, Chase is upset about losing the reward and worrying about what the other guys are planning without him, and Brenda will not like this. Marty says that's all the more reason why Brenda should stick with the guys. Jud says it's Sash's job to convince Brenda to join up with them because she trusts Sash "100%." Sash says she does, but he only trusts her "95%." Sash interviews that while Marty's plan "makes sense," it's all about who he and Brenda, as the two smartest people in this game, decide to vote out.
The women and Chase are back at camp giving each other group hugs and thanking Chase for believing in them and showing his "character." How does what Chase did show character? Chase says the only guy he trusts in this game is Sash, so he sided with the women in his alliance. Brenda doesn't give a shit about anyone's character, saying in an interview that Chase was stupid to side with the girls and only did it because he couldn't stand to let his fellow North Carolina resident Jane, mother figure Holly, and crush Brenda down. The other Kelly speaks up to say that as long as Marty doesn't win immunity, he's going next. Chase interviews that he picked the women to show them they could trust him, which he hopes will get him further in the game. I think his general stupidity and ineffectiveness will be what gets him far in this game; he's just such a nonentity that he's not a threat to anyone.