At camp, the losers prepare for Tribal Council. They enjoy their slightly more comfortable camp and the other Kelly says that Holly's sacrifice was a "smart" move. Enh, I guess. But no one is going to not vote Holly out because of it. In fact, they'll probably want to vote her out even sooner. Holly says Jane would have done the same thing, and Jane's probably sitting there thinking, "hey, how about you don't put an even bigger target on my back than the one I already have?" Jud claims in an interview that tonight's Very Special Tribal Council will be interesting, but I very much doubt it. The other Kelly abuses some more adverbs and says the tarp and rice Holly got "definitely" made a difference in camp life, just like Probst said they "definitely" would. But then she interviews that it still isn't enough to keep her in this game, although she hasn't made up her mind on whether or not she's going to quit.
And so, we begin our Very Special Tribal Council. Jane shows wearing her immunity necklace for shits and giggles, I guess, and it's raining, so you know Probst is thrilled with Kelly and NaOnka for making him do this Tribal tonight. In walks the jury, all looking clean and happy. That's about to change. Probst opens by telling the jury why they're here: to find out NaOnka and the other Kelly's decision on whether or not they want to stay in the game. Alina's jaw drops. Marty's does too. Brenda just grins, which is a rare show of emotion from her. Probst brings up the fact that Holly almost quit this game, which I'm not sure if it's fair of him to mention since most of Libertad wasn't on her tribe then and I don't think it's even come up in Tribal before, so he's kind of giving the other contestants knowledge that they wouldn't have had otherwise. But Holly readily agrees and says The Great Jimmy Johnson convinced her to stay in the game and not be a loser quitter. She's very glad now that she didn't quit and doesn't understand how someone could make it 28 days into this and not want to see it through. Probst then turns to Jane and asks if conditions are tough in this game. Jane says they are but she knows that she has the desire and drive to get through this and so is "hanging in there." She wishes NaOnka and the other Kelly would do the same. Yeah, it's kind of embarrassing when a 50-something weathered lady who weighs like 50 pounds can tough this out while your 20-something spoiled brat asses can't, or rather, won't.
Probst finally talks to NaOnka and asks her when she started seriously considered quitting. NaOnka says that when it's rainy and windy, her joints hurt or whatever. Meanwhile, Dan, whose knee joint hasn't worked and has probably been hurting him all month now, sits up and seems to think "you suck, NaOnka." Then he shakes his head and frowns. NaOnka keeps right on going, saying she's proud to have lasted this long and be the "only African-American" left in the game like that's an accomplishment when there were only two to start with. Well, two and a half if you count Sash, which NaOnka didn't, much to Sash's obvious and understandable annoyance. And it's not like she forgot about him, either. Or at least, she wouldn't admit she did in interviews, where she said that Sash doesn't count as black because his dad is Jamaican or something. She then says that she comes from "a background of strong black women." Strong black women everywhere have got to be so embarrassed right now. Hell, I'm a weak white woman and I'm mortified. Speaking of weak white women, Probst asks the other Kelly the same question. She says she realized this morning that "there was gonna be no end to the weather," which isn't true since there is an end to the weather. It's when the game ends. In just 11 days. If she's even lucky enough to make it that far. Ben and Holly look disgusted as she goes on and on about how she had really tough days on the show, the toughest she's ever gone through in her short spoiled meaningless life. Alina, by the way, seems to be crying now. Yes, Alina, you did get voted out of the game by the very people who are quitting. Ouch.