Betsy and the two blonde girls meet in the woods for a chat about "woman's intuition." Betsy loves her some woman's intuition. I don't think woman's intuition is admissible in court, so she might want to lay off it a bit. She encourages a fairly disinterested Natalie to choose to keep the motherly police woman over an outlaw "who's a pain in the ass." She says the fact that Ben got kicked out of the challenge alone should be enough to send him home tonight. Meanwhile, Ashley is no doubt remembering how Betsy called her the weakest link in the last Tribal Council. Oh, and voted for her. Oops! Ashley says she's started to reconsider voting Betsy out tonight since Ben is such a turd. Also think about how you really need to keep as many women on your tribe as possible because once Betsy goes, you're one step closer to being next.
Ashley goes to Liz, who wants to get rid of Betsy because they need all the strength they can get after voting Marisa out. Ashley says that Ben getting kicked out of the challenge hurt them more than Betsy could have, not to mention he's ruining camp morale. "Betsy's a cop," Ashley says in her favor. "She's slow," Liz says. Liz interviews that Betsy is 47 and Ben is 28, so obviously he is better for the tribe in challenges and Ashley must be stupid not to realize that. Uh huh, Liz. Do you think Ben's racism extends solely to black people? Do you really think he'd want to keep a blonde woman over you? Weren't you the one who was all concerned about people holding negative stereotypes about Asians against you? It might be a good idea to get rid of the most likely candidate to do that. Liz runs to Li'l Russell to tell on Ashley for wanting to vote for Ben instead of Betsy. Li'l Russell wants Betsy gone ASAP because she doesn't trust him, and gets Liz and Jaison's words that they'll vote for her. Li'l Russell interviews that anyone who threatens him goes home. Okay, you've managed to have a hand in one person so far. Don't get too confident. He says Ashley is going home after Betsy. Ben is staying because Li'l Russell wishes it so and his tribemates are too short-sighted to challenge it.