Things settle down a bit at La Flor, although Naonka continues her reign as the least likeable person in reality show history and is very much in the running for least likeable person ever. Her hatred of Kelly B.'s fake leg continues unabated, culminating in a physical wrestling match between Naonka and Kelly B. for another hidden idol clue. Naonka winds up with it, but it doesn't do her any good, because she's dumb and can't figure it out, anyway. Nor does she need it tonight, as Espada loses another challenge under Jimmy Johnson's leadership. Marty and Jimmy T. try to use this as an excuse to rally the others into voting Jimmy Johnson off. Actually, it's Jill who does all of this stuff, but she's very much behind the scenes and happy to let Marty believe it's all him. She even convinces him to reveal the idol to the tribe, saying it'll be good for morale for people to believe they can trust that Marty will do the right thing by them. He does, and they do, following him by voting for Jimmy Johnson over Dan.
La Flor returns to camp, all abuzz over their last Tribal Council. Everyone agrees that voting Shannon out was the best move for their tribe, including Jud, who actually voted for Brenda. Alina says she hopes they can finally unite as a team now, which is definitely something you say when you're suddenly on the wrong side of a majority alliance. NaOnka is disgusted by everyone putting on a friendly face in order to make life around camp as tension-free and pleasant as possible, calling them "faker than faux fur." NaOnka maintains that they are not one big happy family now, and that Alina, Kelly B., and Jud were in "pure shock" when Shannon was voted out. Oh really? Because Kelly B. actually voted for Shannon. So I don't think she was all that surprised. NaOnka concludes by saying that the other alliance will all be voted out.
It's a new day at Espada, and the tribemates are using the sound of howler monkeys to find food, figuring that where there are howler monkeys, there must also be food. Yeah, gross food. Don't monkeys eat like bugs and stuff? Jimmy Johnson attempts to communicate with the howler monkeys by making howler monkey-like sounds. Dude, I would not mess with those monkeys. There are like twelve of them up there, and they are absolutely capable of tearing your face off. Although, if they're anything like chimpanzees, they won't go your face first - they'll go for the testicles. Just because something is cute and exotic doesn't mean it isn't also a potentially dangerous wild animal. Especially if you go marching in there making noise and stealing its food source. Yve speaks up for what I believe is the first time to tell us that she loves Jimmy Johnson and thinks he's funny and amazing.
Meanwhile, Marty watches from afar, not into Jimmy Johnson at all. Jimmy Johnson namedrops like an asshole, saying that if Terry Bradshaw was here, he'd be able to communicate with the monkeys much better than Jimmy. Great. Let's all look forward to next season of Survivor, starring Terry Bradshaw with Probst's lips sewn onto his ass. Marty interviews that he is not happy to have a celebrity on his tribe, nor does he like the way his tribe seems to adore Jimmy Johnson. While Jimmy Johnson catches fish with the women and actually does something useful for the tribe, Marty continues to bitch and moan about what a threat Jimmy Johnson will be if he makes it to the merge.
Marty goes for a walk with Jill to discuss his hatred of Jimmy Johnson. Jill, who is sane and rational, tells him to stop worrying about the future and do everything possible to keep their tribe strong now. To that end, she thinks he should show everyone that he has the idol and say he's planning to use it after the merge to help them. That seems like a bad idea to me, but Marty totally listens to her because he knows that she is actually brilliant and he only thinks he is.