Moto finally goes to Tribal Council, even though Ravu still lost. How is that possible? That's just the rules of Survivor sometimes.
Looking back, the Ravu team is an absolute mess. I'm at the point where I think the major problem is Rocky. He's such a drag on a team that needs as much positivity as possible, and even wearing a woman's tanktop with coconuts stuffed into it isn't enough to cheer them all up.
Before getting into the Immunity challenge section of the episode, one big event is that Gary leaves the competition after his health continues deteriorating. We don't really get to know enough about Gary, so I'm less interested in him leaving and more interested in how it effects Dreamz, who has quickly become my favorite player on Moto (he also gets the line of the episode: mispronouncing the word 'soliloquy')
At the Immunity challenge, Moto laughably defeats Ravu, and it looks like they're going to eliminate another member. However, Jeff shakes things up by offering the winner of the challenge a bottle with a note in it, similar to last season. It gives Moto a chance to keep their immunity, but only if they move camps. Basically, they'd give up their comfort, something I think is the whole reason they're as strong as they are, for immunity. As a result, they give it up and go to Tribal Council to remain in their camp.
Here, we're introduced to the Lisi/Stacy/Boo/Alex/Edgar alliance. A Yul Kwon/Becky alliance this is not. Lisi seems to be the kingpin behind this, and she's no Yul Kwon from last season. Her alliance is predicated on the fact that they're going to stay strong heading into the merge and make it to the final five, but one of their members, Alex, is already questioning the moves they're making. Lisi wants Liliana gone, which makes no sense, since she's stronger than Cassandra.
Liliana ends up getting voted out over Cassandra, something that shocks Liliana, surprises no one, and likely irritates Alex. Here's hoping Moto's game can become more interesting than that of Ravu's.