Yul then has a chat with Ozzy in which he says that he doesn't want either Jonathan or Adam at F5, because either of them has the potential to win the challenge and, presumably, interfere with the desired F4 situation. Ozzy interviews that Adam and Jonathan both need to go, but he and Yul aren't sure whom to get rid of first. Ozzy thinks that "the girls" being cool is all they need. Yul thinks the four are set for F4 as long as "no one does anything crazy."
Tribal council. Everyone walks in, and Jeff introduces the jury. Adam literally licks his lips when Candice walks by. Because what you want to do in this kind of situation is play it cool. Once everyone is situated, Jeff asks Parvati the biggest softball question of all time: which was better, seeing her dad, or all the food? That would, incidentally, be an awesome thing to offer sometime: feast or family. Would starving people who were going to see their relatives in a week anyway actually give up food no matter how hungry they were? I don't know, because it never happens that way. Of course, Parvati says, just as anyone would say, that she preferred seeing her dad. Jeff asks Adam about the possible effects of a good meal on challenge performance. Adam says that Ozzy didn't go, and he still won, so maybe that's not such a big thing. Adam says it's more that going to Exile Island will keep you from being able to win immunity. He certainly is desperate to believe that he and Parvati have engineered Jonathan's ouster. I mean, the thing is, Parvati and Adam are in a very uncomfortable position, because they're going to be irrelevant. You know who came in sixth and seventh last season? Me neither, off the top of my head, because you're lucky if people remember the final four. (Aras, Danielle, Cirie, and Terry. Ha!) Adam and Parvati aren't going to be recalled as major parts of the story, provided that the story remains like this, except in the sense that they're Pagonging fodder. They're striving for relevance here, and that's why they're saying that it would feel like winning. They're just saying that it would feel like they did something they could gloat over later, rather than being forced to go home and be like, "Well, we did a shit job of winning challenges and we didn't know enough not to treat a guy like garbage when we still desperately needed his vote, and that's how we managed to blow a numerical advantage that would normally have stood us in good stead." They'd rather be like, "That was pretty awesome how we got rid of Jonathan." It doesn't get them money, but it makes them matter.