Anyway, Brett loses, and so he is a goner. Mick and Natalie are most grateful to Li'l Russell for saving them and Brett gets to think about how he just lost a million dollars. Ouch. On their way out, we cut to an interview with Li'l Russell with the immunity necklace around his neck. He says it's worth a million dollars and he "just won the game." Sigh. Probably. Ugh.
The tribe return to camp. Brett is a good sport about losing out on the million dollars, not crying or sulking or taking away from Li'l Russell's immunity challenge victory or anything. Remember that come the reunion show. Mick recaps the challenge for us as if we didn't just see it and then Brett tries to put as positive a spin on this as he can, saying he made it really far in the game and he's proud of that. "I'm like a little girl, all emotional," Brett says. Hmm. We'll see who gets "little girl" emotional, I suspect. Like on the reunion show. Brett interviews that he failed and he's a goner tonight unless Li'l Russell comes through on the deal he made with him. Fat chance.
Li'l Russell is so proud of himself that he can't help but talk to Mick and Natalie about how sure he is to win even though THEY'RE THE TWO PEOPLE HE'D BE WINNING AGAINST. I don't even know why I wrote that in big letters since it's so freaking obvious. Of course, Natalie immediately says, "I think that you're gonna win hands down." Li'l Russell says he's the one who took out Brett, apparently thinking that the entire jury (except Shambo) who desperately wanted Brett to make it to the end will be full of goodwill towards the guy responsible for taking him out. Li'l Russell keeps going, and Natalie and Mick have to keep telling him how awesome he is and how he's going to win. Li'l Russell honestly thinks that when the Galu jury see Li'l Russell with the immunity necklace on, they'll stand up and cheer and think his victory over Brett is "fitting" because he played this game so much better than they did. Mick is clearly getting sick of hearing this, and Li'l Russell changes the subject to what a great guy Brett is and how he wants his daughters to marry someone like him. I'll bet a lot of parents wish for a silent son or daughter-in-law, so this makes sense. Li'l Russell reminds us that he made a promise to both Brett and Mick to take them to the Final Three, so no matter who goes home tonight, he'll be mad at Li'l Russell and on the jury. "It's tough," Li'l Russell says with a smile, thinking that this could cost him the 9-0 shut out he was planning on, but not the million dollars. Surely not.