Probst says there are many different layers of decision-making going on with so few people left in the game. Um, what? That's not true. I see only two layers, although they've been shoved down our throats like ten times by now simply due to the fact that there's nothing else going on to show us. Mick, of course, thinks the strongest players should stay in the game to take out Brett. Probst finally talks to Brett, asking him if he was "sandbagging" past challenges so as not to appear as a threat, only to turn it on when it was needed. Brett says the challenges happened to play to his strengths and the fact that he knew if he lost he'd be out probably gave him an edge. Probst asks him how awesome it was to be in camp today knowing there was nothing to worry about. Brett SHOCKS Probst by saying he'd rather have Foa Foa's stress than an immunity win. Probst acts like Brett is a moron, but what he said makes perfect sense: he'd rather be in a four-way majority alliance than have to rely on winning four immunity challenges in a row. Li'l Russell points out that Brett shouldn't be too worried about winning four immunity challenges since he's playing against Foa Foa, and they are notoriously horrible at this stuff. Erik laughs out loud. "We still gettin' beat by Galu, but only one of 'em is here," Li'l Russell says.
Jaison says that Brett's position is better than Brett seems to think, since all he has to do is win one more immunity challenge and he's a shoo-in to win the million dollars. Whereas no one on Foa Foa has a guarantee he'll win even if he does make it to the Final Three. Brett says that his three challenge wins will mean nothing if he doesn't win tomorrow, so he thinks it's important that he stays humble and doesn't get too confident or cocky. With that, we vote. Probst asks Brett if he wants to give up his immunity necklace since he said he'd rather not have it earlier. Shut up, Probst. That isn't what Brett meant and you know it. Brett keeps the necklace.
Mick votes for Jaison. Jaison votes for Mick. Neither is happy about it. We don't see who Li'l Russell votes for, but we hear his audio as he casts it, and he actually admits that he doesn't like to do it but it's necessary for him to win. I thought he was going to throw his puppets in the trash when he was done with them? Now he has feelings for these people? Probst returns with the urn and reads the votes. One for Mick. One for Jaison. And the rest are for Jaison. Even Brett's, which tells me that he must have known who the others were planning to vote for, and that makes me wonder why he didn't try to team up with Mick and Jaison against Li'l Russell and get rid of him. Ugh, these people are morons. Boring morons. Borons. On the jury, Dave Ball just makes a "what the hell?" hand gesture, probably also wondering why Li'l Russell is still in this game. Probst dismisses the Final Four. On Brett's way out, the jury send him obvious shows of support and love. I think they all secretly hate Brett and that's why they're sabotaging him like this.