Well, first let's look at the ugly. Alicia and Colton. Seriously, how horrible are these two. I think even Nasty Naonka is looking at them and saying "those people are nasty". Their treatment of Christina, their relentless verbal attacks at her, it was so disgusting (brings back bad memories of how horribly Sierra was treated). Even when Christina was civil, though I like how she did not take lip from Alicia during the night and shoved her aside to get a place to sleep, and I also liked how she decided to keep egging Alicia and Colton on to showcase all their nasty behavior to the others and maybe get them to react in their voting way. The other side of ugly is Greg (I refuse to call him Tarzan) continuing to be a dumbass, and his treatment of Christina was rather ugly too.
On the bright side, Salani continues to be a cohesive tribe, which is so refreshing. Also very nice to see Jonas finally wisen up and using Colton's ouster as a chance to take charge. It was very pleasing to see that he took Christina's side and wanted Alicia out, even if Leif was spooking me, since he doesn't come across as particularly smart. Christina was also a class act tonight. I believe the reason she's in the outs is because, if I'm not mistaken, she was the very first person to cross bridges and go to the other tribe with plans of working together, on negotiating something for something else, and I believe most of the others saw this as her trying to play both sides and immediately pegged her as untrustworthy. Which is a crock of bull, as we've found out.
But of course, the best parts of the night. Alicia, karma got her back by taking out her best buddy in nastyness, who did not even give her the hidden immunity idol and thus technically kicked her down the ladder. As nasty as Colton is and as selfish as him taking the idol with himself was, Alicia deserved every bit of that. And of course, the main event, Colton getting sick and taken out of the game. Couldn't have happened to a better person, and I don't feel the least bit sorry for him. Sometimes schadenfreude tastes like caramel! He dished out so much hatred and nastyness, that karma came back to bite him hard.
And as much as I know we would have loved seeing him get voted out, I find this way of leaving the game to be even more satisfying. The players did not need to take him out. Colton is such a bad player and such a vile, horrible person, that life took him out. You cannot get more karmic than that.