As the S3 continue ministering to each other, Matthew voice-overs that if Jenna or Rob wins the immunity, he won't have to cast a vote against the third person. He points out that that third person would most likely favor him over the one who voted him onto the jury, so it could be a wise strategic move to throw the challenge. He fusses with some feathers tied around his arm, but I think he's just trying to hide the fact that he likes smelling his own armpits.
As Matthew crowns Jenna with her headdress, she commands, "Watch the makeup!" She then interviews that it's time for the serious players to be in the game; she's worked hard to get there, but she doesn't know whom she can beat in the final two or what the jury is thinking. She tells us that Rob "burned" her, HeiDDi, Alex, and "the whole alliance." The whole alliance," incidentally, consists only of the people she just named. In any case, she thinks Rob might be the easier person to defeat, but that it's out of her hands after the next challenge, so she refuses to stress over it. Matt ands Rob have matching green and white headdresses, while Jenna's is very colorful and much more peacock-like.
The S3 paddle through a silvery river at dusk while dramatic music crescendos. It looks like they're paddling through grass, though, because the river is so narrow and and so much lower than the grass.
The sun sets, and the sky oranges, blues, and then oranges again. A drumbeat accompanies their entrance to the Tribal Council set. The jury comes in; HeiDDi is less tramped-out then yesterday, but she's still all Pamela Anderson. Butch cleans up to look exactly like your middle-school principal. Unless your middle-school principal was a woman, in which case he looks like your middle-school principal's husband.
Peachy is glad that the S3 embraced "the warrior preparation part of [their] afternoon." He repeats that they are beginning their final immunity challenge, which will take place on the Tribal Council set and be observed by the self-important jury. Peachy further explains that the challenge will be followed immediately by Tribal Council, where the immunity holder will not only vote out the fourteenth member of the tribe, but will also decide who goes with them into the final vote. Again, it's the most important decision of the game. Blah. I think "most important decision of the game" may have officially replaced "once these votes are read, the decision is final" as the most irksome phrase in the Survivor lexicon. Peachy is way too accustomed to dealing with stupid people.