Due to this season's camp being located in a rainforest, it rains. Both Naonka and the other Kelly decide they've had enough of it after 27 days and, at the reward challenge, inform Probst of their decision. Of course, this annoys him greatly, and he says so before giving them both the rest of the day to think about it and then tell him their final decision in a Very Special Tribal Council. Naonka gets to think about it while she's enjoying a reward with her fellow winning teammates Chase and Ben as well as Dan, who was not picked to be on either challenge team and thus got to pick a team to root for and win the reward with them. Holly was also on the winning team, but she chose to give up her prize in exchange for a better, less-burnt tarp and some more rice for everyone. Naonka could have done this, but decided she'd rather enjoy the fruits of her challenge labor even though she was about to quit and be able to eat all the food she wanted anyway. And we shouldn't expect anything less from her at this point. She does give Chase her immunity idol, so I guess that's one not horrible thing she did. But only one. At Tribal, Probst basically tells Naonka and the other Kelly off for being weak and terrible in front of their disgusted tribemates and an even more disgusted jury (especially Alina, who cries) before asking for their final decision on whether or not they want to stay in the game. They both quit, but are somehow still allowed to have their torches snuffed (or "smuffed," as Naonka calls it because she apparently quit vocabulary class, too) and be on the jury, so we'll see them again.
Oh, and the other 45 minutes of the show were basically a commercial for some stupid movie. Way to pay all that money for product placement on a episode about two sucky quitters, 20th Century Fox.
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Amongst the ever-present storm clouds and snakes, Libertad sans Brenda return to camp on Night 27. The other Kelly has something to say about this, sort of "tonight was wild," she whispers to NaOnka, who agrees. The other Kelly asks who she voted for, and NaOnka truthfully says Brenda, although she claims it was only because of the things Brenda said about her at Tribal. The other Kelly interviews for like the second or third time this season to say that Brenda's boot "completely screwed [her] over" and she was "completely left in the dark" and that sucks. "I have no idea what to expect from here on out," she tells NaOnka and Sash, like anyone in this game ever knows what's going on, ever. That's the point. Although I guess she wouldn't know that since she probably never watched the show before anyway. The other Kelly says that she is now at the "bottom of the totem pole" of any alliance she "wants to be a part of," apparently assuming that the alliances would want her to be a part of them.
Meanwhile, Holly confers with NaOnka about Brenda's behavior at Tribal, telling her not to be upset about it because it only showed Holly that she can trust NaOnka that much more. Oh, you mean like how Brenda trusted NaOnka? Because that didn't work out so well for Brenda. In an incredibly unflattering night vision interview, NaOnka says that Brenda "literally" threw her under the bus and ran her over with it several times. If only. Actually, I'd like it if a bus literally ran over NaOnka's leg so it had to be amputated and then she had to have prosthesis but she never got a chance to actually use it because it kept getting thrown in the fire. "And then [Brenda] had the nerve to write my name down!" NaOnka says, apparently forgetting that she had the nerve to write Brenda's name down first and that was why Brenda wrote her name down at all. "Bitch, you made me look good!" NaOnka says, as if that was possible at this point. NaOnka says she isn't afraid of anyone here, and that everyone should actually be afraid of her and the words she uses when she tells people off. Does she really think she's good at arguing? Because it seems to me that she only "wins" because people don't want to talk to her anymore. Chase is almost as delusional as NaOnka and says that he, she, Holly, and Jane need to stick together until the end. They want to get Sash and the other Kelly out first, but Sash will be difficult since he has the idol. "Blindside him," NaOnka says. Chase just stares into space like a dumbass. He interviews that he wants to get rid of the other Kelly, Sash, and Jud (apparently Ben and Dan don't exist?) but has no confidence that things will go as he plans anymore.