Gary tells us that the weak point in Brian's plan is that it's not necessarily smart to get rid of a strong player like Bobby Jon. And then we revisit Amy's ankle, which is really, really gross and huge. Brandon interviews that Amy and Brian, due to being perceived as physically weaker than Gary, are at greatest risk of being voted out. Brian interviews again that it could be anyone going tonight. You can tell he's smart enough not to be just jawing when he says that anything is possible, either -- he knows that there's always a chance of things going in just about any direction you want to come up with. It's very true. Not all of these "student of the game" people are very much fun, but I had a soft spot for Cesternino by the end, too, so it's not unheard of.
Over at Nakum, it is feasting time. Cindy thinks it's the best hamburger ever. Judd says that the only bad thing is going to tribal council. Rafe recaps the situation again, and says that it "takes a little something out of the victory."