Jeff asks Yul about the fact that Jonathan is saying he saved the four, while he's heard Yul say they saved Jonathan. Which is it? Yul quite rightly points out that it's both -- they both would have been screwed if they hadn't gotten together, which is how these things work, if you think about it, so it's kind of a dumb question. That's why alliances form -- they're in everyone's interest.
After clarifying that Ozzy isn't planning on giving away the idol (duh), Jeff moves along to the vote. Becky votes. Sundra votes. Jonathan votes for Adam, calling him "the biggest threat." Parvati votes. Ozzy votes. Adam votes for Jonathan, smirking, "You should have been voted out a long time ago." Yul votes. When Jeff returns, he reads off the votes, all of which are for Jonathan except Jonathan's own. Adam looks over at Candice and grins and waggles his eyebrows, and she mouths back, "Good job." They are such idiots. You are still not winning. You have gained exactly nothing. Candice, in particular, is just as gone as she was five minutes ago. These people are barely smart enough to clip their own fingernails, I swear. Not to mention, since when is the jury allowed to talk to the people still in the game? Can we get a ruling on that, please? Because if mouthing is allowed, I think some other people might like the opportunity to take part. Would you be allowed to mouth "vote off Adam"? Jonathan takes his snuffing like a champ, and on his way out, he turns and says over his shoulder that he wants his hat back. Heh. You really shouldn't want it back, dude.
Jonathan's parting words basically consist of a sort of delightful explanation of the fact that now, everyone can enjoy being in the game without anyone who ever lies or stabs anyone in the back...not.
Next week: Adam and Parvati try to save themselves by hooking up with Ozzy, though not in the Playboy Channel way. YET.