Because we haven't heard this like fifty million times already, Probst asks Shambo to "spell out" why Brett is a threat. She explains that he's obviously good at immunity challenges and he stayed true to the tribe that most members of the jury were on. Monica winks at Brett, just to make it as obvious as possible that he'll win if he makes it to the end. Probst asks Brett if he thinks winning immunity is the only reason why he's still in this game. Here's where Brett could potentially stir up some shit by saying no and lying that he's gotten alliance offers. Foa Foa might not buy it, but if they did then all of Foa Foa would implode and turn against each other, possibly furthering Brett's position in the game. And it's not like he has anything to lose anyway. But instead, he just says that immunity is keeping him in the game and his "strategy" is to keep winning. Probst makes sure to point out that hunky Mick is also a "physical threat," based on the fact that he almost won the challenge. The challenge that involved a little bit of running and was mostly counting and thus really didn't require all that much physical strength at all? And that Mick didn't even come close to winning since his combination was wrong? Okay, Probst. He asks Mick how he'll feel if he is voted out tonight. Mick says he'll be "frustrated," although he admits that his game was "not as aggressive, strategically, as Russell." It wasn't aggressive, strategically, AT ALL. Even Jaison and Natalie had their moments. Mick did absolutely nothing. Probst asks Li'l Russell if it'll be tough to see an alliancemate go home tonight. He says it will be, and this is probably the first hard vote he's had to make. But he also knows that this is the way the game works and "sometimes you have to vote people out that you like."
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