As the Chuay Gahn tribe returns to camp, Ghandia cries and gets hugged by the others, who assure her that it's not her fault, even though it clearly is. Ghandia tells us in an interview that as a legal secretary, she works with facts, and the facts are she took too long to work out the puzzle. She then exclaims, "Those lucky bastards!" She really is quite gracious. She tells us that she's feeling like it's "time for Sister to go!" She instructs Tanya to vote for whomever she wants, claiming that she doesn't want to influence her. In a voice-over, John tells us that no one can say who's most vulnerable, but he thinks everyone is thinking that of voting for Ghandia because "physical challenge isn't gonna be her thing; obviously, mental challenge isn't gonna be her thing." But, according to Helen, Tanya is also a candidate for ejection, because she's been sick. The puke footage is repeated, as Helen explains that the tribe might vote her off out of pity. Huh? Tanya worries to Ted that although the others are telling her not to worry, it's a game, and she can't control the fact that she hasn't felt well. She tells us in an interview that she feels vulnerable, but that she's still going to try to stick around. She reveals that she'll probably vote for John because she -- along with "a lot" of other people -- was annoyed when he "was takin' a leadership role." Helen Tony Sopranos that it's like "votin' somebody outta your family!"
Episode Report CardJoanna: B- | 534 USERS: C+
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