Back in camp, Myleene and Damien show up in the pouring rain. Lou says they thought it was a day of rest until the hosts showed up to throw curves at them. The celebrities find out it's time for one of them to leave the jungle, but they'll have a chance to fight to stay. They tell Holly she'll have to fight to stay since she was voted out last time. She's glad to at least get to fight this time. John's the one facing Holly in the head-to-head vote. He's disappointed and guesses he doesn't have the audience he thought. I am also puzzled, because he got all the votes in that one leadership quiz competition, and also: He's awesome. What is wrong with America? He says it doesn't feel good to him. Myleene explains it's Holly versus John at the Last Chance Saloon, and only one of them will come back to camp. John says losing isn't an option. He says if he's voted out, that's one thing, but he will not lose by being beaten. Everyone wishes them well. Patti obviously wants John to win. She asks him if he knows what wives used to say to their spouses before sending them off to war. John's guess: "I'm pregnant." She says, no, it was "Come back with your shield, or on it." I like his answer better. Sanjaya wants Holly to win. Lou will be proud of whoever wins. They head off into the jungle.
At the Last Chance Saloon, it's miraculously not raining. They must be under a big tent. Damien asks them what it might mean if it's their last day in the jungle. They want to win, yadda, yadda. This could have been an hour. Easily. They're both in it to win it. Myleene explains the rules: They will be served five rounds of drinks. The winner of each round will be the first to down all the contents of their glasses. We see a glass with a tarantula in it, and one with a beetle. I really hope it's not smashed bugs in those glasses, but I wouldn't put it past this show. The first person to win three rounds goes back to camp. The loser leaves the jungle forever, "never to return." You know, unless someone else decides to leave tomorrow. John says there are things he won't do and things he doesn't do, but nothing he can't do. Let's hope.