A wasp crawls into Mofo Maji's water spigot. Ants crawl on things, too, and then Lex Loser whispers to Ethan that things couldn't be any better for the Boran alliance; he says it's going exactly as they want it to go. Teresa whispers to a leather suitcase -- oh, wait, that's Kimj -- that the men are controlling the game and making all the decisions. She says, "If nothing else, I'd like to see the women get in there." In a confessional, Kimp tells us that she and Teresa aren't ready to give up yet; they're scrambling to figure out what they can do to stay in the game. Teresa tells Kimj how great Ethan is and how no one can say a bad thing about him. She says that if Kimj comes up against any of the Boran men in the final vote, she will lose. Teresa then tells us in a confessional that she knows it's a long shot, but that if she can persuade Kimj to vote against Ethan, then they might be able to stay in the game. Kimj humors Teresa and pretends to count out on her fingers the new women-and-Frank alliance, and then Teresa tells us in a confessional that she could be hurt by turning to Kimj, but it's her only chance. We next see Kimj approach Ethan and rat out Teresa. In a confessional, she explains her awareness of the Boran men's lack of allegiance to her; nevertheless, she tells Teresa she will remain true to her Boran allies. Kimj knows she had the opportunity to save the Samburus, but didn't do it in the end, and now she worries that she might be hurt by that decision. Teresa whispers to Frank that it's "not coming together," and he says he's knows it's not, and bows his head again. Much as I don't agree with what Frank has to say, I prefer him stupid and blustery and opinionated than head-bowed and beaten.
Episode Report CardJoanna: B | 538 USERS: C+
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