Li'l Russell and Natalie go off to get wood. Natalie returns, and Mick wants to know what's going on. "What?" Natalie asks, sounding kind of guilty. "Is there some funny business going on?" Mick asks. Natalie says no way, but Mick points out that this is the first time he's ever seen Li'l Russell get wood. Heh heh heh. Natalie can't even imagine a world where Brett isn't going home tonight, and so has no idea what Mick is talking about, saying they'll be clean and full tomorrow. Mick is worried that he'll be clean and full tonight. Mick then notices Brett get out of his hammock and presumably head off in Li'l Russell's direction. "What's going on???" he asks again. Natalie calls him paranoid. Mick's eyes dart around. "Everybody's talking about me!" he says. "Are you on drugs?" Natalie asks. He really does look like he's having some kind of coke-induced paranoid fit. She quite rightly points out that they'd be idiots to keep Brett in the game over Mick. This doesn't calm Mick down, as he knows that Li'l Russell is always scheming and coming up with a plan, even when said plan is unnecessary and could only bite him in the ass.
Meanwhile, on the beach, Li'l Russell talks to Brett about the Final Three deal they made. As Touching Music plays, Li'l Russell tells Brett he's the kind of guy he wants his daughters to marry and he wishes he was like Brett when he was Brett's age. I think he just means he wishes he was Brett's height. And had Brett's hair. Li'l Russell says that Natalie and Mick are definitely voting for Brett tonight, but if he and Brett vote for Mick then they can force a tie and it'll go down to some kind of challenge. Stop trying to be like Sugar, Li'l Russell. You're only doing this to keep things interesting for the audience and cast some doubt over the certainty that is Brett going home tonight. I'm sure the producers appreciate it, but I don't think Brett will. Packing up for Tribal Council, Brett says his only chance right now is that Li'l Russell will keep his word to him. Which means he's counting on a guy to keep his word to him by breaking an earlier promise he made to someone else. Li'l Russell interviews once again about how awesome he is to have won the immunity necklace as he goes to get his torch with Natalie, who's standing next to hers talking about how thankful she is or whatever. Li'l Russell continues that he needs to get jury votes, and keeping Brett in the game might do that. Except that he'll then lose those jury votes... to Brett. "I'm damned if I do and damned if I don't," he says. Well, whose fault is that?