Myleene and Damien remind us what's coming later, and then send us back to camp. Torrie's excited she made it to the last week, because she feels the competition's really on now, and she wants to prove a woman can win. In confessional, Stephen says he just doesn't have the same drive to win as the others. He really hoped he'd get to go home this week, and he's been here longer than he expected, but he really misses his family, and apparently can't wait five days or however many were left when he said this (it seems to be right after the elimination, so I guess six days). I guess that explains why he didn't compete in last week's immunity challenge. Stephen tells the other campers he doesn't want to be here, and that's a problem.
Next morning, everyone wakes up, and Lou has three bites across his eyelids that made him look like he's been in a boxing fight with Manny Pacquiao. The guys say his name a lot, and then Torrie says how freaky it is that spiders are crawling all over them at night, and even biting them on the eyes. Yeah, that is sort of gross. Can't they get some mosquito netting or something? Patti wakes up and has a bite on her butt. Lou says they spray themselves down before bed, but whatever tiny space they miss gets bitten. Sanjaya's laying in bed, missing Holly. He says it's frustrating because she really wanted to be here. Awww, how sweet. Now move on. You have less than a week left, and then you can go make out with her or whatever. Torrie says there's no one here who doesn't want to be here, and Sanjaya's all, "Remember Stephen?" Stephen woke up feeling tired and fatigued and wants to go home. He hopes his fans will understand, but he has to get out of here. Everyone's shocked he'll leave with only five days left, after all they've gone through. I'm not shocked, though, because it was all over the "news" today. Everyone else is at the river talking shit about Stephen for leaving. But Stephen says the jungle is a mirror that forces you to look at yourself, and it's made him appreciate his life back home. He'll miss the people, but not the insects or rice and beans. Just the people. He's only sad not to be able to spend time with them. He doesn't mention the fact that he's bailing on his charity. [Poor sex slaves. - Zach] Commercials.