Meanwhile, Liz talks to Jaison and Mick. Both are non-committal about which way they're voting. Jaison just wants to whine about how his tribe has terrible luck, even to the point that when they're about to win pizza, someone on Galu almost dies and ruins it for them. Way to be selfish, Jaison. I'm pretty sure Russell's collapse was fate saying "fuck you" to Russell, not Foa Foa. And honestly, there was no guarantee that Foa Foa would have won that challenge if Russell hadn't been sick, since a big reason why Galu fell behind was because of Russell's inability to move and stuff. Jaison does say that he hopes Russell is okay and it was the right decision to cancel the challenge, though. I think he just really wanted that pizza, and has no idea that even if they had won it, fate would have dealt them the cruelest blow of all and it would have been disgusting Survivor pizza. In the shelter, he says he doesn't think their tribe will last much longer in this game no matter who goes home tonight because they're outnumbered. "I think it can be done," Natalie says. She doesn't know how, of course, but still. Optimism is a good thing.
Over at Galu, Monica takes Laura and Kelly out for a walk to loudly discuss how she's pretty sure Shambo is gunning for her tonight and wants to make sure she has their support. Except that Shambo is like five feet away when she says this so Laura and Kelly are like "SHHHHH" and then they all have to pretend to help Shambo forage for food. Laura interviews that Shambo is the obvious choice to go home tonight because no one likes her and she's had two opportunities to make friends with people on Foa Foa. Shambo talks to the girls about who they're thinking of voting out tonight. Kelly acts like she never considered it before. Shambo realizes that she's on the outs but obviously not why, and clumsily tries to campaign for them not to vote her out tonight by saying that she started fires and collected firewood and she's a "good, honest, and fair competitor." Monica says she knows that Shambo voted for her at the last Tribal Council. Shambo smirks and acts like that's a stupid reason for Monica to want to vote her out this time. Monica says she doesn't know if she's voting for Shambo. "I can't guarantee you anything," she says, which basically means she's totally voting for Shambo. "Who made you fire for you the first eight days you were here, Monica? Who kept you warm and dry and safe?" Shambo asks, like any of that matters. Also, "safe?" What is she even talking about? Safe from what? She didn't keep Russell safe from depriving himself of water. Also, if we're going to base the votes on who is doing the most for everyone around camp, I really don't think the person who lost the snorkel and a chicken is at the top of the list. Monica's like "who didn't write my name down? Everyone else in this tribe except for you!" Monica interviews that Shambo voted for her, and that makes her "the enemy." Also the fact that she's an easy target probably helps a lot.