Twenty Years Of Wisdom
by Kelly Whatever
Well, let me tell you. Twenty years of wisdom. I think that ... well ... I think that this is the first Tribal Council I've felt completely out of the loop on what's going on to be completely honest.
Thank you, Probst, for showing us why we've heard almost nothing from this idiot in ten episodes of this season so far. He asks if she's learned anything tonight.
by Kelly Meh
Yes! Completely! Like, my whole, my, the wheels are turning in my head, my game plan, it's, I'm like this it's enlightening.
Sitting directly behind her, meanwhile, is Dan, who casts a look over to Marty and Alina on the jury bench like "do you see what I've been left in this game with?" Brenda smiles because she thinks having an alliance full of either unpredictable crazy people or idiots or both is a good thing when we're seeing right now why it isn't.
Probst asks Brenda if this has changed her mind any. It hasn't. She says Sash wouldn't have been the backstabber because he's in "the strongest alliance in this game" and is "so smart." Sash is like, "thanks for giving them every reason to target me next, lady." Probst asks Sash what happens when you "break trust" in this game. Well, apparently it leads to everyone turning against your solid alliance, as that's what happened when Sash and Brenda broke their trust with Marty. Sash says it's important that people think they can trust you, as other people's trust in him is what's gotten him this far in the game.,/P>
Probst finally asks Brenda if she did any scrambling this afternoon knowing what was at stake. She says she talked to Chase and Sash to ensure they were still loyal to her and didn't really care about the rest. But she is not scrambling, she says. "Are you too proud for that word?" Probst asks. "I think so," Brenda says, as Scramble Queen Holly shakes her head. "I just think there are better options," she concludes. Do you guys think that if you went to breakfast with Brenda and the menu said scrambled eggs, that she would be too proud for them and go with a better option of a poached egg? "So, scrambling is beneath you?" Probst asks. Brenda nods, then says it's not her style. Alina and Marty roll their eyes and prepare to share the Loser's Lodge with Brenda tonight. Brenda says people who scramble are seen as pathetic and like they're already lost. The only people she can influence are the people she's been aligned with this entire game, she says. Yeah, and there aren't enough of them to keep her around so what doesn't she realize about that? Probst asks Sash if he's shaking in his boots right now that his alliance is clearly finished. Sash says the game has changed and he has to make changes "accordingly" with it. That's all we get to hear, as Probst sends them off to vote. Apparently, we aren't going to talk about the fire that burned the camp down or anything.