Matty then talks to Susie, who asks him what Ken said. She thinks Ken is plotting to take her out. She says no one ever tells her anything, and she's sick of being left in the dark. Matty says he doesn't know anything, so there's nothing to tell her. Susie's not stupid, so she tells us that no one is talking to her about what's going on tonight and that makes her feel vulnerable. She again appeals to Matty to tell her what's going on, but he just tells her to "do what you feel." He says alliances are off now that they're in the Final Five. You can't trust anyone. Susie tells us that she wants to believe that Matty is telling her the truth, but sometimes people tell the truth and sometimes they lie. Thank you, Susie Obvious.
Matty goes to Sugar and says that "no matter what" it's them until the end. Sugar agrees. Matty, you're an idiot. Sugar has turned on every alliance she's made in this game. Matty wants the final three to be him, Ken, and Sugar. Of course he does! That final three will win Matty a million dollars. He wants Susie to go home tonight. Sugar agrees. Susie will be next. But, Sugar tells us, she's nervous keeping Ken around. So she heads to the hut and asks Bob who he wants to vote out tonight. We don't hear his answer. Sugar tells us that she has no allegiance with Susie, so it would be easy to vote her out. But Ken is dangerous to have around since he's so good at manipulating people and could turn Bob and Matty against her.
With that, they go to Tribal Council. Crystal's looking gorgeous, and winks and smiles at her former tribe mates, free of the bitterness that all those other assholes felt and continue to feel. Probst talks to Bob first, saying he's now tied for a record of consecutive wins in Survivor history. He's like the Katherine Hepburn of challenge wins! He asks Bob if that makes him a target. Bob says it sure as hell does, so he has to work harder and harder to win every challenge, or else he'll be voted out. Probst asks Matty if he admires Bob's greatness. Matty says that Bob is "money." It must be embarrassing to be a physical trainer and get beaten time after time by an old physics teacher. Probst asks Ken if it's frustrating to lose to Bob. Ken says that Bob is an outdoorsy guy and he isn't. He's also got thirty-five years on you, Ken. No excuses!