Probst has to eat his words and congratulate Fang on their back-to-back wins. You know, at this time last week when Kota had just two wins, Probst was berating Fang and saying they were hopeless and terrible. "This game is changing," is all he can bring himself to say now. He sends Kota away and asks Fang if they'll miss him tonight at Tribal Council. Probst, oh my god. They've only been to two Tribal Councils. Plenty of tribes in this game -- really good ones, even! -- have lost twice in a row. Get over it.
Back at Camp LOSE, Sugar tells the tribe about Exile. Unlike Dan, she's forthcoming with the information about how you have to choose between comfort and clue and says she chose clue, but the clues were really hard and she must have "read it wrong" because she didn't get it. Giggle giggle. Everyone immediately believes her and doesn't bother asking to search her bag for an idol, and she tells us she thinks she played it off pretty well. "I'm not too bad at this (giggle giggle). I'm a lot better than I thought, for sure," Sugar says. Why would you come on this show if you thought you were going to suck?
And speaking of suck, Sugar goes off in a canoe with Ace and tells him she found the idol. NOOOOOO! Why did she do that? I was so impressed with her and liked her and now it's all gone. Ace says "their" idol will "set [them] up." "We're very happy!" Sugar says. No no no! Not "we" -- YOU. YOU found the idol. It's YOUR idol and it can only help YOUR game. Don't you dare give it to Ace! Ace tells us that he's happy that Sugar got the idol, because now they'll somehow dominate the game. He does know that you can only use it once, and it can't give two people immunity at the same time, right? And that the immunity idol has, historically, done more harm than good? With that, Ace tells Sugar that Paloma is going home tonight, and Kelly will be going after her. Ace says he's ready for the best part of his day -- "the dismissal of Little Miss Paloma." God, I can't wait for his boot. I can't wait. I hope it's before the jury, too, so I won't have to see him ever again or hear his fake accent during his jury speech which will probably be about Roman soldiers.