But she finally does vote, and Probst returns with the urn. No one will be playing her immunity idol today, and Probst reads the votes. The first vote is for Crystal. The second is Randy's vote for "C.C.," and Probst has to ask who cast it and who it's actually for. Ha! I don't think he's had to do that since Season 5. What is it with grumpy, unpleasant white men who vote for black women? Randy is more than happy to own up to the vote and say it's meant for Crystal, and Probst lectures him about the proper way to vote. Crystal gets a third vote, and then a fourth. Things are looking bad, but ... there's a vote for Charlie. He's surprised. A second vote for Charlie. A third vote for Charlie, who puts his face in his hands, knowing exactly what's going on now. And then there's the fourth. There's one vote left. And who did Sugar vote for? Charlie! Fang lives! Corinne is shocked. Ha ha ha! I liked Charlie and I don't want him to go, but it's worth it to see how upset it makes Corinne. She fucking deserves it, and I hope Sugar watched tonight's episode and heard all the stuff Corinne said about her and knew she made the right decision. Marcus is disgusted, shaking his head and rolling his eyes, probably because he knows that life at the Loser's Lodge just got a lot clingier for him. It's still better than spending three days with just Randy, though. Charlie doesn't look too bummed, because now he gets to hang out with his Marcus.
And sadly, this episode is dedicated to Marge Boesch, wife of Season 1's Rudy. She deserves better than an episode with Randy in it.
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