ANYWAY. Probst gives the coconut monkey to Koror. And Ulong? You suck. You go back to tribal council. And if you losers lay a finger on Bobby Jon or Steph, I will kick all of you in the shins.
Back at camp, Ulong is watching a hard-limping Jeff. He sits the whole team down for a talk. He tells them that he thinks everyone tried his or her hardest today, and apologizes for his lack of contribution. He tells them all that he simply isn't able to get to the end of the game with his ankle the way it is. He says it will take three weeks for his ankle even to begin to get better. He says he can't put weight on it without "cringing [his] teeth." Yes, cringing his teeth. And, like, shivering his nuts. He says that every step makes him want to cry, and that the tribe won't get to the end with him. Steph warns him about how he'll feel if his ankle is better in a couple of days, but he is having none of it, and wants them to vote him out. James interviews that this was very bad news for the team, and that they still really wanted to get rid of Kim, who "does hardly anything."
A conversation ensues between Ibrehem, Bobby Jon, and Steph, in which Ibrehem says that if they get rid of Jeff, it will be like two people gone, because Kim already doesn't do anything. Bobby Jon interviews that he really does want to get rid of Kim. He says, just as he says to Steph, that he just would rather feed someone who is at least willing to contribute. It's sort of dorky and antithetical to game play, but weirdly, there are some people who play it like that, and you have to be ready to deal with them, I guess. Besides, anything that forces anyone to stay on Survivor when they actually don't want to gives me a secret thrill. Bobby Jon also says that even a weak Jeff is worth more to the tribe than a strong Kim. Or, "strong."
Angie and Bobby Jon work together on some kind of camp-related task, and apparently, her nipple is hanging out, given the way she's got a pixelized circle over her breast the entire time. That's the kind of thing you don't forget. She tells him that she's planning to vote for Jeff, which was her plan from the time he hurt his ankle originally. Bobby Jon tells her that he's voting for Kim, because he doesn't feed slackers. Angie interviews that she sees that argument, but she hopes that having Jeff gone will make Kim do some work. And I have no clue why she would ever think that would occur, but...all right.
We then cut to a scene in which Jeff -- in that way guys do when they're trying to locate exactly what show-offy things they can still do while injured -- is demonstrating that he can still whack coconuts in half with one hand, with one blow from the machete. Bobby Jon brings over Angie and has her watch as Jeff cuts another coconut, clean down the middle. WHACK! It is pretty cool, although it would be cooler if it were Bobby Jon, because there would be a hint of threatened violence. "You're just doing it to be a bad-ass now," Kim says to Jeff. "Now I am, heck, yeah," he admits. Oh, okay, heh. Bobby Jon mutters to Angie that Kim doesn't have anything like that to contribute. Angie is noncommittal. "We'll see," she says. She likes the part where the giant football guy has to ask her for stuff.