Elsewhere, Adam tells Yul that if Jonathan isn't in the final four, then Yul will win the jury votes, no matter who else winds up in the final vote. Of course, I'm not sure Adam has received proxies allowing him to speak for anyone other than perhaps Candice, if she passed permission along with her gum at the end of the last tribal council. Who says that Nate, for instance, would vote for Yul over Ozzy? Or Sundra? How does Adam know what Brad, who was betrayed by Adam and company, would do? He seems to be acting like he, Candice, and Parvati are enough to win a vote, and he ought to be realizing that with nine or ten people on the jury, he can't really claim that he can make that happen. Anyway, he promises Yul that he doesn't think Yul is "a bad person" for getting Jonathan to flip. Of course, he still thinks Jonathan is a bad person for flipping, because Adam is an idiot. "At this point, it doesn't matter," Adam says. "Why not have me or Parvati in the fifth spot instead of Jonathan?" Let's see...because that would put you one immunity challenge victory away from F4, at which point things become very unpredictable and you are pretty much guaranteed to win if you get in front of the jury?
In an interview, Yul tells us that he doesn't feel very good about being "the Godfather" and "arranging a hit" on someone, and then Jonathan asks Yul if he's the one going, and Yul says that he'll "do everything [he] can." Jonathan tells Yul that he knows things are obviously different, and that it was a really bad time for him to be gone. Yul kind of agrees that this is true. Jonathan also says that Adam and Parvati are "charming young people." "Charming"? Whatever. On the other hand, Jonathan says, "let's not be stupid, please." Yow. I don't know about that move right there. Jonathan goes on to say that getting rid of him might seem safe, but that if you leave Adam and Parvati there, then they're...still there. In an interview, Jonathan says that it makes much more sense for the ex-Aitu members to keep him, since he saved them and is presumably on their side. He can't believe that they'd sacrifice what they've been working for "because Parvati is smiling at them now" or because Adam has finally decided to carry a few sticks of wood. I have to admit, I kind of feel him there.