When they return from Tribal Council, Ozzy, Jim, and Whitney each talk to Cochran and basically tell him he's a piece of shit. I'm not sure what the point of that is; it's not like he can go back and change his vote now. Ozzy is whiny but not vicious. Jim calls Cochran names and refuses to speak to him again. Whitney says that Cochran disgusts her. Upolu tries to welcome Cochran to their side but he doesn't want it to seem like he's flaunting. So things are uncomfortable in camp.
Immunity Challenge. Toss coconuts and land them in a ring. The first four to do so move on to the second level where they have to crack coconuts with a rock, suck out the water, maneuver through a course, and spit the water into a tube until the tube is full. Dawn, Jim, Whitney, and Sophie make it through to round two. Sophie takes an early lead, but Jim is right on her heels throughout. Just as Sophie seems likely to win, she nearly pukes and spits out her mouthful, enabling Jim to win immunity.
At Tribal Council, Jim floats the idea of giving his Immunity Necklace to Ozzy and gives a big speech to try to convince the Upolu tribe to vote out Cochran and send a message about people who are disloyal. Unfortunately, that's not the narrative Upolu is behind; they see Cochran as a beaten-down man who finally stood up for himself, and as Coach says, voting him out would be sending a message that you shouldn't stick up for yourself. Ozzy tells everyone that he's going to Redemption to get strong and rested and he will be back after sending everyone else home. Even if Jim's plan were working, Ozzy kind of ruined it with that threat. Jim keeps the necklace for himself. Ozzy gets voted out and pretends that's what he wanted all along, because he's a douchebag. God, I hope he doesn't get to come back. That would be the greatest.
And since it's Double Elimination night, there is a second Immunity Challenge. They get the choice to sit out the challenge and eat instead, and the feast is pastries and iced coffee. Dawn, Jim, and Whitney are the only three to participate in the challenge, which involves standing on a beam and balancing a ball on a curved trough. Jim loses it pretty quickly. Dawn says that she'll stay up there as long as she can because Upolu only gets to eat as long as the challenge continues, but she obviously feels pretty safe from the vote, most likely because Jim is the obvious eliminee. Dawn eventually goes out in the second round and Whitney wins immunity.
Jim makes a pitch to Sophie and Albert to keep him around and join forces with the former Savaii and make a move while they still can. Albert is nervous about how much Dawn is ingratiating herself into their alliance and makes a pitch to his tribe to take her out next. At Tribal Council, Dawn and Brandon have a weird argument where Brandon flat-out tells Savaii that they're going to get picked off one-by-one. Whitney starts crying because she feels she's being painted as a villain and she doesn't feel that she is one. Brandon sees it as black and white, as usual. And Jim gets sent to Redemption Island to the surprise of no one.
Te Tuna (worst tribe name ever, and there have been some doozies). Night 21. The merged tribe (minus the just-voted-out Keith) trudges back from Tribal Council after Cochran's big move. Ozzy wants to talk to Cochran alone, so they walk off to the side and Ozzy seems to actually give Cochran a chance to explain. Cochran says that it wasn't about hurting Ozzy or anyone else; he just didn't want to leave his fate in the game up to picking a stone out of a bag. Ozzy says very condescendingly that Cochran screwed him over but suddenly! There's a tiny lemur in camp! Oh, wait. That's just Brandon. I never realized how tiny Brandon is. He's seriously got to be like 5'3" or shorter. Cochran and Ozzy both tower over him. Anyway, Brandon is there to make sure Ozzy isn't "being aggressive" towards Cochran. Ozzy promises that they're "not like gangsters out here." What does that even mean? Does he mean gangsters like old-timey Mafia guys? Or gangsters like modern gang members? Or something else entirely?
So Brandon leaves and Ozzy says that he put himself on the line many times for Cochran and then got stabbed in the back, which isn't true. Ozzy mostly tried to convince everyone else to vote Cochran out for the first few weeks. Cochran says his move was purely self-preservation. Cut to a quick interview where Ozzy says that self-preservation is for "wieners." Yes, how dare Cochran try to save himself in this game show where the strongest team wins! Everyone knows that only a team of five or more people can win the title of Sole Survivor. Except for the part about "sole" Survivor. Anyway, Ozzy realizes it's going nowhere and walks away, which gives Jim a chance to sidle up and call Cochran a fucking coward a few more times. Jim needs anger management. And a better poker face. And maybe to smoke some of that medicinal marijuana he's selling.
But wait! Whitney hasn't had her turn to yell at Cochran! She pulls Cochran aside and confirms that he's the one that flipped. She reminds him that she and Keith saved him three times. They did? There is a whole lot of creative math going on here with this "saving" business. Cochran tries his "self-interest" line again but Whitney says Cochran has "a lot to learn" and he disgusts her. Does she even hear herself? I get why they are angry with him, or disgusted that he screwed them over. Because I would be mad, and I would be upset. But what good does it do to pull him aside and tell him off? Start cozying up to him! He's clearly on the winning side now. It can only help, and it can't hurt. Dawn is the only one who seems to realize this. But yelling at him is only helping Upolu feel like they did the right thing by taking him under their collective wing. Idiots.