Elsewhere, James is informing Kim that they're not even going to talk about the game -- they're just going to go and vote. You'll recall that once, in the past, she asked him to tell her if he was going to vote for her, so I assume that's why he's doing this. James interviews that they all know that Kim is going home, because she doesn't do any work, and just sits around and drinks out of coconuts. "She's gone," he says. Of course, he said that once before, so it's hard to know how seriously to take him. Bobby Jon's pixelized butt crack wanders by as we watch the women have a chat in which Steph observes darkly that if they vote off Kim, it's going to be three men versus her and Angie, although...I'm not sure why she assumes that those particular men would necessarily align. I think the closest thing to a grouping in Ulong is actually Steph, Angie, and Bobby Jon. That'd be my expected group of three if they went to tribal council again with five people left. Anyway, there is an effort to create some suspense about the boot (which really isn't very suspenseful) by implying that perhaps they won't boot Kim after all, but will go with one of the guys to get the women a numerical advantage. Steph explains this conflict in an interview, and claims to Kim that she doesn't know what to do. Kim interviews that she'd be willing to see one of the guys go instead of her. Well, she does seem like a good, neutral observer to ask.
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: B+ | 463 USERS: C+
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