Probst asks Cirie if she's worried that she could be going home tonight. Cirie says she's always worried. Probst asks Tom if he thinks Cirie is telling the truth, because Probst obviously wants his boyfriends Tom and Colby to stay in this game tonight at the expense of Cirie, as she is not a big strong man and thus shouldn't be allowed to walk the earth, let alone participate in this game. Tom says he doesn't think Cirie is truly worried. Colby says he's honestly worried, and that it will take a "bold move" by another one of Probst's boyfriends to save him. Probst then turns to his final Heroes mancrush, James, and asks him how he's voting tonight. James claims that he's voting in a way that will help his team win because, you know, he just wants to win, y'all. Awesomely, Tom can't help but call him out on that, asking if he's truly going to base tonight's vote on keeping the team as strong as possible. James says he is, and he wants everybody to "stop all this crazy stuff" and start winning challenges. Probst asks what he means by that, and James says he means the social game, which is a distraction that he doesn't partake of. Because he doesn't have to. Until it bites him in the ass like it did in China and would have in Micronesia if he hadn't cut his finger first. Also, what game does James think he's playing right now? Because, with very few exceptions, a good social game has always been a key component to winning Survivor. Colby says the social game is kind of important to people who are being targeted. "It's not fun, but it's necessary," he says. James has nothing to say to that because he's an idiot and also because he has no intention of voting in a way that will keep the tribe physically strong despite what he just said. Probst asks J.T. if he's worried about going home tonight. J.T. says he isn't because he thinks he's aligned with truly trustworthy people.
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