Back from the commercial, we go straight to Tribal Council. Richard tells us in a confessional, "But even though we aren't any longer two different teams, I still have a team. It's gonna be interesting because we're not solid. We're solid with one another but we are not solidly unbeatable yet just by circumstance, because there are only four of us and there are still ten people left on the island." Thanks for the math lesson. Kelly tells us in a confessional which suggests she actually may possess free will, "When you get in that Tribal Council and you walk up and see that little piece of paper and the thing that you put the vote in, it's all different, you know. You might -- you might have a thought and say, 'Hey! I really don't want to vote this person off.' It's easier said than done. An alliance is easier said than done." Greg tells us, "If people are fear- and self-preservation motivated, they'll band together, they'll form alliances, they'll start beating people out to try and get rid of the strong ones and get rid of this and get rid of that. And, uh, you know if that happens I hope they vote me off really soon because, uh that to me is, uh -- Whoa! Cool flying fish! -- that, to me, is really boring." Greg actually showed enthusiasm for the natural island life which is something we've yet to see from the other survivors, who could be playing this game in my parent's back yard and having the exact same experience. Jenna tells us she wants to vote based on merit and not on, "Let's get rid of each of them first and then come back to our tribe."
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