Crystal tells us she wants to "throw the stink on Matty" in the hopes that everyone will smell it and write his name down. "Karma's a bitch in this game," she mutters as Matty walks off. Oh, dear, Crystal. Don't try to make any moves. It's just not a good idea. She pulls Matty aside and asks him why he bowed out of their Final Four alliance and teamed up with Susie. Matty says he likes Susie and spending time with her. That doesn't mean they're in an alliance or that he trusts her. Crystal tells him to look her in the eye and say he doesn't trust Susie. Matty does. "You're lying," Crystal says. While Sugar lies in the hut and massages her temples, Crystal tells Matty he's changed for the worst, and after all she and Ken have done for him, he tried to fuck them over somehow. Matty doesn't know what Crystal's mad at him for at this point. Sugar shakes her head and sighs. She tells us that she's just witnessed Ken and Crystal go off on Matty for no reason. She now thinks that Matty was telling her the truth: Crystal and Ken have been in this together since the beginning, and Ken pretends to be meek and powerless while lying through his teeth while Crystal is "just a big bully."
With that, she follows Matty out to the dock. She says that she already knew Crystal wasn't a good person, but now she's seeing that about Ken, too. "I believe you now!" she says tearfully. She must be upset with Ken, because she isn't wearing his shirt anymore. She's also crying, but that happens no matter what, so it doesn't mean much. "Why would they kick you when you're down?" Sugar says. Because Crystal thinks this is a strategy to make Matty look bad and Ken feels guilty and is trying to convince himself that he has a reason to vote Matty out. Duh. Matty makes his "poor me" face, and Sugar says that he isn't going. Suddenly, the music changes and Sugar's tears dry, if there ever were any to begin with. "Okay?" she says, looking totally in control. She says she'll talk to Bob, and Matty will talk to Susie. Now Matty wonders if Sugar is telling him the truth. He hopes so. He says it'll mean going to the finals against Bob and probably losing, but "good will prevail." Good is such a subjective term, especially on this show. Matty asks who they will take out next, and Sugar immediately says Crystal.