Sugar gets all remorseful and starts crying. She tells us that she now realizes that Crystal and Ken tricked her and she feels terrible about booting Ace. "I think I may have made a big mistake, and I feel really bad," she says, somehow managing to smile through her intense guilt. This was a stupid move on Matty's part, by the way, because he, sugar, Crystal, and Ken have to trust each other and now Sugar doesn't trust half of the alliance that is all of their only chance to make it to the end of the game. Matty and Sugar head back to camp, ready to team up together in the face of the Kota Three. Matty has learned from Ace's mistake, and says that if he hears that Sugar is the next to go, he'll tell her so she can use her idol, while if she hears that Matty's the next to go, she should tell him so he can try to find a way to avoid it. You'll notice that he does not pull an Ace and ask to "borrow" the idol.
The next day, Susie and Crystal go looking for logs. While Susie gets a nice big one, Crystal is carrying, like, a twig. Incidentally, for all of Corinne's supposedly superior upper body strength, I doubt she could have carried a log as big as Susie's. Back at camp, Bob and Marcus are talking about how they've still got this game all sewn up. Marcus tells us that he's confident that Bob will stay loyal, but he's not so sure about Susie. He goes to talk to her, and his worst fears are confirmed when she says that, should they go to Tribal Council, she can choose if she wants to stick with the Kota Six or swing over to her old Fang tribe mates. I'm not sure why she decided to tell her alliance mate, who is already unsure of her loyalty, that she's considering her options like that, but Susie is a mystery to me. Marcus says he's now feeling very paranoid, since everything is up to Susie and he has no idea what she'll do. Susie tells Marcus that if the Kota Six were to make it to the Final Six intact, she wants to know what would then happen to her. She doesn't want to settle for the bottom of that totem pole. "I need to be in the Top 3," she says, and Marcus is rendered speechless. "Marcus is basically the king. But I have the power right now to just cut his head off," Susie says, taking the both Corinne's nonsensical violence threat crown and Randy's fictional King of Gabon crown in one line. Impressive. Susie says that if she switches alliances, it's Marcus's fault. Oooh, Susie is playing a very dangerous game here. If it doesn't totally backfire in her face, things could get interesting.