And so, Probst calls the tribes in. He's sure to address Fang the Corinne way, with the long A, as he reveals that Marcus went home last night. Corinne and Sugar put their hands on their mouths, and Corinne lets out a muffled "oh my god." Behind the girls stands Matty, who looks pretty freaking thrilled. Charlie closes his eyes in deep pain and tries to kill himself with his mind. As Kota takes its mat, Matty winks at Ken several times. Probst is loving every second of this, and asks Corinne how she feels about Marcus leaving, pointing out that she looks miserable. Corinne doesn't know how to shut up, so she says "I'm pissed, yeah. He didn't deserve to leave the game." Ken sees right through Corinne's bullshit and asks who does deserve to leave, then. "It's a game. We all deserve it," Susie says, one step closer to having her face stabbed off. Charlie says that he's sad to see Marcus go since he didn't complain, unlike a lot of other people. Ken interrupts him to ask, again, why Marcus didn't deserve to go. "He earned his right to be here longer," Corinne says. Good god, do those Onion alliance people have a ridiculous sense of entitlement or what? I mean, really? Why doesn't Corinne just be honest and say she's pissed because she thought she had this game in the bag and now she doesn't? Especially now that Ken probably wants her ass gone ASAP, the way he's glaring at her. By the way, the whole time Corinne was shooting her mouth off about Marcus the Magnificent, Matty kept that awesome shit-eating grin on his face. That was a great.
Probst ends the conversation to explain today's challenge. It's golf except that instead of clubs, the teams are using slingshots. There are three holes total, and the first tribe to win two of them wins the reward, which is a trip to a Gabonese village to watch dancing and eat and sleep. And they get to send someone from the losing tribe to Exile "Island." With that, Fang sits Corinne out for the challenge. Funny how Corinne sits out most challenges, and yet, somehow, she apparently "deserves" to be there, as according to the Corinne Entitlement Criteria (CEC), which is based on one's usefulness at giving Corinne what she wants.
Kota goes first, with Bob using his physics skillz to shoot the ball a decent distance into what looks like a bunch of mushrooms or small rock formations. Matty shoots for Fang, and the ball lands in a for-decorative-purposes-only hazard. Kota's second shot gets pretty close to the hole, thanks to a good bounce. Fang's shot goes in the wrong direction but somehow ends up pretty close to the hole as well. Randy takes Fang's third shot, and it's very short and doesn't help Fang much at all. You suck, Randy. Ken takes the shot for Kota, and he puts it in the hole. Hooray! Crystal is so happy to actually not suck at something, and hugs Ken while he does a little geek accomplishment dance.