Probst says there are no young women at home rooting for girl power. This is another thing he would never say to the men; he wouldn't give a shit if boys at home were rooting for them. Just another example of Probst being condescending. Alicia agrees that their performance at the challenge was embarrassing, especially since Monica figured it out and no one listened to her. Kat mutters that the loss was her fault. Probst asks if she believes that or if she's just being a martyr. Kat says she believes it and tries to eke out a few tears, but I don't see any tears. Kat gives a sobby speech about how she doesn't try things if she knows she won't succeed, and this is the first time she's failed. WAAAAAH! Grow up. Kat says it would be fair to vote her out, but she hopes that her tribe gives her another chance. Then Kat says that Christina is just there to be there and not play the game. What does that even mean? Christina pretends it doesn't bother her, and why should she care? She's not going home tonight.
Sabrina gives a speech about how women tiptoe around the issues while men just have it out, deal with it, and move on. And there is something to the different communication styles, but it's not like women aren't capable of it. Sabrina, as the leader, should just tell the women to deal with it and move on. Like if Kat has a problem with Christina, she should state it flat out instead of hinting at something mysteriously for no reason. I mean, Nina has been pretty straight forward about her problems with Kat in tonight's Council. Probst asks Nina if this gives her hope, and Nina says that it does.
Time to vote! I don't even like Nina all that much, but I'm hoping that the women get rid of sourpuss Kat. So Kat votes for Nina and Nina votes for Kat, but we don't see any of the other votes yet. When Probst reads the vote, someone has voted for Christina. Who? Anyway, Nina gets voted out. Boo. Probst gives the women a lecture before they head back about getting it together. God, let's hope so or this is going to be a really boring season. Ooh, Monica was the one who voted for Christina, and Christina voted for Nina, along with everyone else. So Kat only got one vote, from Nina. Weird. I wonder what Monica and Christina were thinking there.
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