Jeff announces that Raro gets to send someone from Aitu off to Exile Island, and that person won't participate in tribal council, so he or she can't be kicked off and can't vote. Given the opportunity to give someone a free pass for a week, Raro decides to send Candice. Could be saving her because they think she's weak; could be saving her because they want her to hang around till after the merge. Very hard to say. Jonathan appears to be very displeased by Candice's departure, for obvious reasons. So Jeff says that one of the eight remaining Aitu tribe members will be going home, and he'll see them at tribal council. As Aitu leaves, Adam looks at JessiFlicka and mouths, "I love you." Not really. Candice makes her way out to the Exile Island boat.
It is still Day 8 at Aitu when we return from commercials, and Jonathan is expressing disbelief that Raro chose to send Candice, of all people, to Exile Island. Yul says that he suspects it was a matter of not perceiving her as a physical threat. Yul interviews that the sending of Candice to Exile Island was a big problem for the strategy he was working on, given the plan to get together with her in an alliance with Becky and Jonathan. Instead of needing just Flicka to go along, now they need somebody else, too. Elsewhere, Ozzy "bonds" with Cao Boi by promising not to vote him out. Cao Boi tells Ozzy that they need to vote off Becky because she's "weak." He tells Ozzy to "talk to the girls." So Ozzy takes a beach stroll with Cecilia, Sundra, and Flicka, in which he tells them about Cao Boi's plan. In addition to Cao Boi's "weak link" argument, Ozzy also says that Becky should go because she's "seriously plotting." Somebody sets up yet another shot of Ozzy dramatically chopping something, and I think that's about enough of that. Ozzy chopping is not a sign.
Later, JessiFlicka calls Jonathan over and asks him what he's planning to do. He calls her over for a private consultation. Flicka starts off by giving Jonathan the bad news that Becky is leaving, and that JessiFlicka's not going to go against it. "What if I said we should vote for somebody else?" Jonathan asks. "Would you vote with me?" Flicka insists that she has a bad "vibe" about Becky. Again, might be interference from her own hair, of course. Jonathan interviews that he really thought Flicka was "handled," and that he was surprised that he couldn't just order her around and tell her what to do. That's never a good place to put yourself, there, Jonathan. "We've got a serious problem here," he says. Now, he and Yul have a talk about the fact that it appears as though, right now, they only have three people for the vote tonight, which makes them pretty badly outgunned unless they can really make something happen.