Unfortunately, Jamie is not a gracious winner or an emotional balanced person, so he launches into an ostentatious "Who's smilin' NOOOOW? Who's smilin' NOOOW?" Well...yeah. But you actually only caught one of your team's five, so...maybe not so much with the crowing. Bobby Jon also gives a rather random holler here, and I'm not sure at all what that's about. I think he may have forgotten that losing is bad. Steph might not be so mad about the gloating if she realized he doesn't actually always know whether his team won or lost until somebody tells him later. Jamie goes and gives a huge hug and boost to Lydia, which...like I said, they seem to have some kind of a pal thing going on. Nakum gets immunity, which will maybe quiet Steph down a little bit. Yaxha, on the other hand, will have to go home.
Yaxha, back at camp, is not happy. They're sparing a few minutes to hate on Jamie for crowing about the victory, which he deserves, but Brandon manages to do the one ungracious thing he can do, which is to say, "Jamie, why don't you just shut up and go cut a rope or something." See, Farmer Beavis, you can't bring up your own triumph to rag on someone else for gloating. It's like emptying somebody's trash by the highway to punish him for littering. Gary, quite reasonably, notes that Jamie's frustration about the rope was reflected in that bad in-your-face moment, which is exactly right. Who says football players aren't insightful? Poets trying to get dates, that's who. Bobby Jon tries to make it into some kind of Alabama-Georgia rivalry, but he also manages to make a "there's a right way to win and lose" sort of comment that would tend to counsel against throwing one's legs in the air to display one's crotch while passing the other team as well.
Brian interviews that, given the numbers, he knows that the odds are that it's going to be him, Gary, or Amy. Brian and Gary have a chat in which they agree that perhaps the best chance they have is that Blake is making everyone nuts. Brian asks Gary if he's all right with the idea of voting against Blake. Gary: "[Snort]." Brian thinks that Danni might be willing to vote against Blake, which, as I watched it the first time, struck me as hilariously naïve. I mean, come on. Gary interviews that Blake's tendency to make other people crazy has worked to the benefit of the Yaxha members, because it may provide a single ray of hope in what looked like a pretty dark picture.