Yaxha comes marching in for tribal council. Once they're seated, Jeff lets them know why Rafe is there, how he won, and so forth. He then asks about the challenge. "Bobby Jon, what happened with you and Jamie?" Bobby Jon calls it the "heat of the moment," and he makes a lot of bullfighting references, and ultimately, it's all kind of bullshit, because really, Bobby Jon started that all by himself. Jeff asks Gary if he considers Nakum good sports. I'm sorry; I think Jeff means to ask whether he considers Nakum good sportsmanships. Gary says that, for the most part he does, but every now and then, Jamie does a little trash-talking. Jeff asks Brian about working inside his head and about now being asked to be athletic. In fairness, Jeff is talking to Brian like he's...well, like he's Rafe, with the spaghetti legs, which he really isn't. Brian defends himself as basically a decent athlete, so he thinks he's capable of bringing either the mental or the physical, as required.
Jeff asks Bobby Jon for his opinion of Brian. "If you want to find a kamikaze that's going to bust a wedge, this is the man that's going to do it right here." I don't even know what that means, really, but Bobby Jon makes it sound like it has to do with being a big thinker. Kamikaze...bust...wedge. Or something. Bobby Jon says that Brian is "just a good old boy. He'd be a great neighbor." Jeff asks Danni if she would have believed she'd ever hear Bobby Jon call Brian "a good old boy." Which...good point. Heh. Danni says that they all originally thought Brian was "strong," but she also comments that he's "a gentleman." They're sort of buttering him up for the slaughter, but my impression is that these compliments are pretty sincere as well. "He's strong, he's smart, but he is a classy, classy guy," Danni says. Brian grins.
Jeff asks about Amy's bum ankle. She insists it got "tweaked," but that it's not too bad. Jeff asks Farmer Beavis about Amy's ankle and the way she rallied, and he prattles on for a while about how impressed he was. He likes how she went out the last time "limpin' and cussin'." Heh. Farmer Beavis "was like, man." Because it's certainly the week for being "like, man." Farmer Beavis says that what he likes to see from people is effort. Now it's Amy's turn to grin.
Jeff asks Bobby Jon how he's going to vote when it doesn't seem like there's an obvious target. Bobby Jon agrees that they don't really have anybody they're anxious to vote off, and I think that's essentially true. He says that everybody has given their all at challenges and at camp, and that you nevertheless have to get rid of somebody. I hate to say it, but when that somebody is Bobby Jon, I'll be ready. ["Fired." -- Wing Chun]