Advertisements That was a fun episode. Noura is a total kook but it makes for great TV. When she immediately said she wanted to take Rob's offer to persuade her tribe to let her be the caller, I thought, "That's a pretty good fit. She's got a loud voice and should be able to easily direct her tribe." But then she went back to her tribe and proceeded to completely screw everything up. First, her lie for why she needed to be the caller was completely ridiculous, and it was clear it was a lie because she couldn't explain to them why she was asking to be the caller. Then, when they started practicing, it was clear Noura doesn't see the world the way regular people see it, and she couldn't comprehend the concept of directing someone with actual directions (left, right, turn 180 degrees, etc.). If her tribe had any question about whether she was lying that she had to be the caller, they clearly figured it out by nominating her to sit out of the challenge and not getting any response from Jeff that it was not allowed. I was a little surprised that Noura didn't put up more of a fight, but she probably saw the writing on the wall. Then, it ultimately didn't matter at all because her tribe won the challenge so she didn't lose her vote, nor did she win the chance to block someone else's vote. That's probably the best thing for her, because playing a vote block would probably be obvious it was her and would probably bring the tribe's ire down on her. Meanwhile, the other tribe comes from way behind to almost win the challenge, and then there was some real intrigue as to who would go home. It seems like half the people on the tribe were discussed as possible candidates, and I really thought Missy might have drawn all the votes onto herself with the way she was trying to control everything, but ultimately it was Chelsea that went home because several people on the tribe didn't want her to form a showmance/power couple with Dean. I wonder if Karishma was ever really on the chopping block, or if her tribe feels like she's not a threat at all, either to win or to do anything else, so she's probably better to just leave alone.