Bob leaves the hut, and Susie talks to Sugar and Matty about Bob's outburst. Sugar says Bob probably doesn't want to hear constant reminders about how he lost, and Matty tells her to stop talking about it. Susie says she talks too much, then proceeds to talk too much about how she talks too much. "You say everything that you're thinking," Sugar laughs. "That's not good," Susie says. YES, SUSIE! See, while Susie realizes that not having a filter is detrimental, Corinne thinks it's a plus. That's why Susie wins at life and Corinne doesn't. Sugar tells Susie to stop talking about how surprised and happy she is about her win when Bob is around. She can talk about it with Sugar and Matty, but not Bob.
Then Sugar's crying on a log and telling us that she really thought Bob was going to be in the Final Three. And maybe she can force a tie and that can still happen. Sugar goes to talk to Bob about voting for Matty tonight and making a 2-2 tie, leaving whoever is booted up to fate. Bob's eyes light up, and he says he'd appreciate that. Then he goes off to be alone. Sugar tells us that forcing a tie would give Bob a chance, but she also told Matty she'd never write his name down. Then again, Bob is a father figure to Sugar and that's a big deal since her father is currently at the bottom of Fang Lake. She says she feels like she has to choose between her father and her brother tonight.
Bob, meanwhile, is off practicing his fire-starting skills just in case there is a tie and the tie-breaker is a fire-starting competition. Either that, or he's gone crazy and is finally going to intentionally burn the camp down. Or maybe he's building a fake Tribal Council set in a last-ditch effort to save himself. He returns to camp and tells us that he doesn't know why Sugar's being so nice to him, but he's packing his bags and hoping for the best.
The four arrive at Tribal Council, and the jury is called in. Ken gives the people who blindsided him a nice, but sad, smile. Probst points out that Susie is wearing the immunity necklace, and you know that has to piss some (possibly all) members of the jury off. Good! Susie says she's proud of herself for getting here, and knew that if she didn't win today, she'd be out tonight. Probst then turns to Bob and says he is vulnerable for the first time in a while. Bob says he's feeling pretty uncomfortable, although that could just be because those Tribal Council log seats look painful to sit on. Even worse than cheap IKEA chairs. Probst feels the need to point out that Bob has four former tribe mates he's close to on the jury right now. Uh ... which four? Cause I don't know how much Randy likes Bob, considering he wanted him to die for giving him the fake idol and stuff. Also, way to point that out and give the other three more reason to vote Bob out, Probst. And finally, shut up, Probst. Bob says the fact that he probably has a majority of the jury's votes is why he's getting voted out tonight.