Probst comes back with the urn. He asks if anyone wants to play the hidden immunity idol. Sugar says nothing. It would be amazing if the onion alliance surprise voted her off, but I doubt it. I also doubt Ace will be going home tonight, since the editing has made it look like that's very possible. Damn. I want him to go go go! Please! The first vote is for Paloma. Second vote is for Ace. And then ... the third vote is for Ace. YES! YES!!!! Ace is shocked. Paloma licks her lips and gets ready to prounce while Corinne looks satisfied with herself. YES!!! Good-bye Ace, you prat! And then the fourth vote is for Paloma. Noooo ... her face positively falls. Okay, maybe that second vote for Paloma was from Sugar. Yeah, that's what happened. Ace is history! And the fifth vote ... is for Paloma. Oh, shit. Paloma gets a fourth vote, and she looks like she's about to cry. Meanwhile, Ace grins. Ugh. Paloma gets a fifth vote, and she's out. Damn it. Probst extinguishes her torch and you can see Charlie make a sad face behind her. Kelly, who probably cast Ace's second vote, looks sad. But Marcus grins like an asshole and pretends to wipe a tear from his eye and seems to exchange a look with Ace. Ew. Marcus was actually more obnoxious than Ace. What a dick. Probst finishes up by saying that Fang has momentum now, and it's up to Kota to get it back. And that's it. He doesn't yell at them or force them to vote for a leader or say they're in denial or anything like he did when Fang went to their first Tribal Council. Shut up, Probst.
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