Galu meet up and go over their plan of Foa Foa elimination action. They want Li'l Russell gone first, then Natalie, Mick, and finally Jaison. Jaison is less of a threat to them than Natalie. That is sad. But then! Monica brings up the possibility that someone on Foa Foa may have found the idol, and when they try to vote for Li'l Russell, he'll use it and take out someone on Galu. Dave Ball shuts her down, saying they can't worry about that right now and Foa Foa doesn't even know there's an idol to find. John says if he were on Foa Foa, he'd be looking everywhere for the idol. Unlike as a member of Galu, in which case he has apparently done no looking at all for the idol. He says Li'l Russell found his first idol without a clue -- why wouldn't he find a second one the same way? But still, Dave Ball doesn't think there's a chance that Li'l Russell has another idol. He does, however, say that they could vote for Natalie tonight instead of Li'l Russell if they want. And Li'l Russell just happens to be walking by them and overhears, so now he thinks it'll be Natalie tonight and doesn't know whether he should play and potentially waste another idol tonight, or keep it and risk pulling an Erik.
Back at the Galu secret meeting, Dave Ball says that when they're finished with Foa Foa, they'll celebrate with some roasted chicken. Everyone agrees to this pretty quickly. Laura interviews that Galu is at least six members strong, so they'll be just fine tonight.
Tribal Council! Probst is looking especially stern as the contestants enter. I didn't think he was capable of making facial expressions anymore with all that botox. Good for him. He brings Erik in to sit on the jury, and Erik's expression is even angrier than Probst's. He holds up a necklace he's wearing with what is apparently a significant charm on it. It looks like a purple candy corn. So either he's angrily celebrating Halloween or he feels like the purple Galu team should've done a better job of sticking together. Even though he was the one who wanted to get rid of Laura and Monica. Who were on Galu. And yet, he's so angry that someone beat him at his own game that he didn't even bother to shave or clean up at the Losers Lodge. Probst asks Dave Ball if Erik's ouster means that they are no longer playing as tribe against tribe, but as individuals. Dave Ball says if anything, Galu is even stronger because Erik was weakening their tribe from within and now he's out and they still have the majority over Foa Foa. Well, you just lost a juror vote, Dave Ball. Nice job. Erik is cartoonishly livid on the jury bench, shaking his fist in Dave Ball's general direction. Shambo just shakes her head sadly. Guess who's getting Erik's vote now?