Jimmy T. interviews that he really thinks Marty is a nice guy with the best interests of the tribe at heart for telling them about the idol. Hey, are Jimmy T.'s teeth real? They're either dentures or those giant veneers, right? Something about them just doesn't look right, and it's becoming distracting. Jill speaks up to say that if they merge with five people on each tribe, then Marty's idol will really give them an advantage. Way to ignore the possibility that the other tribe has its own idol, Jill. Or maybe Jill's just figuring that the people on La Flor are all too stupid to figure out the clue. Which, come to think of it, is probably correct. Jill interviews that everyone in the tribe loves Marty now, which she thinks will help her. Tyrone, meanwhile, interviews that he thinks Marty only showed everyone the idol to score points and will still only use it for himself. "Marty's shady," he says. And you know he's right about that when Jimmy T., who is crazy, not particularly intelligent, and a poor judge of character, says that Marty sacrificed something that could help him individually to help the entire tribe. Marty then interviews that he had to reveal the idol because people were going to figure out he had it anyway, plus now he gets to look like he revealed it on purpose. Way to act like that was all your idea and not Jill's, Marty. Although I have a feeling that Jill set this up so well that Marty truly thinks that he and he alone figured out the clue, found the idol, and decided to show it to the tribe.
After the break, we're forced to endure a shot of Jimmy T. sans pants. Aw, Jimmy T. Really? You didn't think it was important to wear boxer briefs on Survivor? You really thought tighty whiteys were the right idea here? He praises Jane's ability to dry people's clothing over the fire. Jane, please, please be careful here. Do NOT set Jimmy T.'s pants on fire. I don't want to watch an entire season of this guy with no pants on. Thank you. Meanwhile, Dan is having problems. He interviews that he's not sleeping or eating well and that he's worried that his tribe has noticed and thinks he's the weak link. He says he's not, despite his obvious scar from knee surgery, and that while he may not be as strong as Tyrone, he is "as strong as any one of the women. Even though some of them are built like mooses." And yes, he did say "mooses." That's hilarious, although I'm not sure who he's talking about. Maybe Jill? I guess she's a bit broad, but I still wouldn't say she's built like a moose. Yve, who I think we can all safely assume Dan was not talking about unless he's confusing fake boobs for antlers, says that Dan is physically struggling.