Back at camp, Yau Man notes that he and Boo are alone and everyone else is gone. I guess Stacy is off at the powwow as well.
As he listens to Alex's pitch, Earl voices over that he totally knew this was coming, so it didn't faze him or anything. He explains how Alex was all, "This is your only chance," blah blah. And then, wonderfully, Earl looks into the camera and says, "But you know what? I'd rather just vote your ass off now, and I'll risk it." Wow, that was...great. He tells us that he winked a few times at "Dreamz" and Cassandra, and he's pretty sure they're not taking any of it seriously.
Woefully, this one time, Earl is quite wrong. "Dreamz" is talking to Cassandra, insisting that Alex's plan is great -- they can boot Yau Man, and then Earl will be with the two of them, 100 percent, and Alex drops out of the picture. Why they assume Earl will stay with them after that kind of a betrayal rather than, for instance, teaming up with Boo, Stacy, and Alex, meaning that he would have three widely disliked people going to F4 with him, I'm not sure. "Dreamz" voices over that Yau Man is "so dangerous" because of the idol, and Alex is his "friend." I'm sure Alex is really his awesome buddy. Bleh. Anyway, when someone has an immunity idol with twelve people left, he's "so dangerous," in a way. When he has an immunity idol with six people left and he is in your alliance, he's not all that dangerous to you, and when he has an immunity idol with six people left and he is not in your alliance, his safety is relatively irrelevant to you. As things look right now, if Yau Man stays, what will determine "Dreamz"'s fate as far as F4 is whether Yau Man can convince a couple of other people to vote "Dreamz" out before that. If Yau Man leaves, what will determine "Dreamz"'s fate as far as F4 is whether Boo and/or Stacy can convince a couple of other people to vote "Dreamz" out before that. It's just too late for this idol to make that much difference to a guy in the position "Dreamz" is in.
Elsewhere, "Dreamz" and Cassandra tell Stacy of the possible switch to a Yau Man vote-off, and Stacy basically agrees to do whatever Cassandra wants, which is an interesting switch from the famous "Cassandra isn't important and has no shot" speech. Cassandra pronounces herself potentially "down with" this plan to oust Yau Man. Cassandra interviews that if she votes out Yau Man, Stacy and "Dreamz" will vote that way, too. She says she's pretty undecided about tribal council.