The four arrive at Tribal Council. Prost smirks a hello and the jury enters. Oh, no, Jaison. He shaved, like, everything. He looked so much better with hair! And he's wearing glasses that appear to be too small for his head. Oh, and he's really pissed off, along with probably the rest of Galu as they see that Brett is not wearing the immunity necklace. Probst opens with the results of the immunity challenge, describing the suckitude of Mick and Natalie and the heroic showdown between Li'l Russell and Brett. Li'l Russell says he knew it would come down to him against Brett for the win and Brett winning the immunity challenge would also mean that Brett won the entire game. And Li'l Russell says he came to win, not to come in second. Brett says he also figured he'd be going up against Li'l Russell because he had the same "I have to win" mentality that helped Brett win three immunity challenges.
Probst asks Mick if he knew the minute Brett lost the challenge that he was going home. Mick says he sure did, and it was a "huge relief" when he saw Brett's statue fall. Natalie says the same thing. Of course, Probst asks Li'l Russell a different question that makes him look like a worthy opponent rather than a coward like Mick and Natalie: if Li'l Russell respects how well Brett did at the end. Li'l Russell says he sure does, and that Brett played a "great game" and so might deserve to make it to the end. Because Li'l Russell thinks people should respect when someone plays a great game and vote accordingly. At least, when it comes to voting for Li'l Russell. We'll see if the same holds true when it comes to voting for Brett. Li'l Russell says you want to go to the end with the best, as long as the best isn't, you know, a strong female. Then she must go ASAP.