In 34 seasons of "Survivor," there had never been anything like what happened during last night's insane supersized tribal council on "Survivor: Game Changers."

Here's a live look at Episode 4, "The Tables Have Turned":

Not only did two tribes go to tribal council together to vote out one player, it was the first time the pre-vote council talk turned into a deadly dinner party, with guests walking over to whisper to each other, huddle in groups, and return to share what they were told. Agatha Christie would've loved it, and "Game of Thrones" fans immediately compared the result to the Red Wedding, since it resulted in the unexpected departure of a fan favorite: Malcolm Freberg. Or, as the players wrote it last night, "Malcom" or "Malcolmb."

Fans loved the electric drama, but most were unhappy with the result -- blaming JT for telling Culpepper the plan to write down Sierra, or everyone for not just writing "Sandra" already. #thequeenstaysqueen

Watch the entire 11 minute scene play out:

Malcolm left the vote saying he wanted to "vomit." Here's how many fans reacted:

And there's more to come! "Survivor: Game Changers" is just getting started, and the promo for next week showed Debbie LOSING IT over whatever. Something Culpepper did. Or not. It's Debbie.

Here's Jeff Probst's tease to Entertainment Weekly:

Okay, sir. Hit us up with a tease on what to expect next week.
Oh, I really don't want to spoil it in any way. But I want to deliver a tease so let me say this... Things explode in a way we haven't seen in a while and it's so good you'll want to watch it more than once.

Well, we'll be watching and analyzing this week's episode more than once just to try to figure out what happened, so no shock that next week's will be a repeat offender, too.

Malcolm is now doing his post-boot press, so check out this interview to get some sense of what happened.

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Survivor
CBSTVPGMay 31, 2000
Based on 6 critics

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