Brian announces that he hasn't lied, but that he has changed his mind a few times in the game; Ted looks perplexed. Brian explains that there have been situations where communications could have been open and "friendships could have remained, blossoming," but people decided to take other, more deceptive routes. Peachy asks Brian whether he thinks he's been lied to, and Brian responds, "Yes. I've been deceived." He says he expected it to happen in the game, just not to him.
Helen also knows she's been lied to; she just doesn't know the particular, upcoming lie that awaits her. Clay is also aware of lies he's been told, but he just dealt the cards right back. Peachy asks how there's any loyalty in the game, and Clay responds that there isn't. He says the only safety in the game comes from wearing the immunity necklace. He points at Brian and says, "We're three vulnerable right now. He's safe. We're not." Brian looks around, overdramatically mimes wiping his brow, and makes a "Whew!" face.
Peachy asks how Helen can trust any of the others when casting their votes, and she responds that she can't. She explains that although there might be a pre-made decision, it could change at the last minute. A "signal from [her] bloc" might indicate that the vote is going in another direction, and that might make her an unintentional liar. Peachy asks again whether Ted's ejection was a coincidence, and Helen flatly responds, "It was a bloc." No one reacts except Ted, who raises his eyebrows.
Peachy points out that Clay is already "in a little trouble" with the four members of Sook Jai, and asks why he didn't fess up to Ted in order to win his allegiance in the final vote. Clay responds that he personally wouldn't want to know if he was going. He says that he needed to get rid of the most threatening people, and points out that the game is about a million dollars, not twenty. He explains that, in life, people are judged if they lie, but that's not the case in Survivor. There's no need to play the game as you would conduct your life, because it's a game, and the point is to play and win. Upon that truthful yet likely jury-inciting comment, Peachy sends them off to vote.
As expected, Brian votes for Helen. Equally expected is the smug, nonsensical comment he proffers: "Cause and effect. You caused. This effect." ["Proof once again that Brian is the most annoying kind of dumb person -- the dumb person who only hangs out with people even dumber than himself, so that he ends up thinking he's really smart." -- Wing Chun]