There's a feast laid out for the Fangians, and now it's time for Matty to pull a Corinne and talk too much. "I was stoked when I saw Marcus gone," he says. He twists that to say he was happy because it gave them a better chance to win this reward, but Corinne is not amused. Charlie says Ace, Dan, and Marcus -- three "power players" -- just exited the game one after another. Okay ... how was Ace or Dan a power player? Or Marcus, really? A real power player would still be in this game. And now it's time for Charlie's reaction to Marcus's departure, and I can't wait. He says seeing Marcus gone was the lowest moment for him since the game started, as he and Marcus have been "playing together" both as alliance mates and "really good friends" from the beginning. Friends, really? More like a straight guy using a gay guy's obvious crush on him to further his position in the game. There's a difference. "And now with him gone, it's like, ugh, who do we turn to?" Charlie wonders. How about your own damn self for a change? "He really did a lot of thinking for us," Charlie concludes. Well, he's gone now, so that's the kind of thinking that you don't need.
And now it's time for the dancing! Sugar is almost immediately pulled up to join them, which I wouldn't be thrilled about if I were her. That could cause indigestion. The rest of Fang is pulled up in short order, and Randy tells us that he thinks one of the dancers had a crush on him. "I haven't had a girl come onto me in about twenty years, but I think one of 'em kinda liked me," Randy says, giving the mail-order bride route some serious thought. Randy's all giddy, but I can't tell if it's because drinks were served with the food or he's that tickled at the thought of a woman paying attention to him. Randy says that he's a terrible dancer and he was sore and full of food, but he danced with his new lady friend anyway. And looked really creepy while doing it. Matty's dancing, too, and he looks like an idiot. But a happy idiot. Matty says he knows he'll be the next person voted out, but right now he's enjoying this break from the game. Why do I find myself liking Matty more and more?