Meanwhile, Holly is her usual paranoid crazy self, talking to Jane about how sure she is that her name is bandied about as the next to go. Jane says she hasn't heard anything like that yet and promises to tell Holly if she does. As for Jane, she thinks she'll be voting for Dan tonight. She interviews that she just wants to vote out the weakest player, and she thinks that's Dan. Holly says she'll have Jane's back if Jane has hers. Jane agrees, but hopefully keeps in mind that the last person whose back Holly promised to have is no longer in this game. And that Holly is crazy.
Jimmy Johnson goes fishing with Yve and Holly. He says he's not sure if he'll be in this game much longer. "You're my favorite person here," Yve whines. "We'll see," Jimmy Johnson says. Is he even going to try to stay in this game? This is why we shouldn't cast people who have nothing to gain from being on this show. When it gets really tough out there, there's no incentive for them to stay. Jimmy Johnson interviews that he wants to stay in this game, but he's not doing much to make that happen.
Meanwhile, Marty continues to try to recruit people on the Vote Jimmy Johnson Out train. "Can I count on you?" he asks Tyrone; "for everything." "Sure!" Tyrone says, then backtracks a little; "I mean, what is 'everything?'" When Marty tells him it's voting for Jimmy Johnson tonight, Tyrone isn't so sure. He'd rather see Dan go. He interviews that Marty is all about himself, so he's not going to follow him blindly. He says Jimmy Johnson knows how to lead men, while Dan ... "dude got ailments," Tyrone says. Heh heh, "ailments." Tyrone refuses to commit to Marty's plan, which could hurt him in the end if Marty succeeds, because Marty obviously demands totally allegiance from his followers. Marty says that Tyrone is "not thinking this game through at all." Just because Tyrone isn't thinking your way doesn't mean he isn't thinking, Marty. As Espada heads out to Tribal Council, Marty continues, saying that he needs people who are committed to following his every whim, for only then will he consider them to be "smart" players like himself.
Espada sits down in front of Probst, who asks Marty what happened at the challenge. Marty says they "couldn't pull it through at the end." What is there to say, really? Espada lost because they weren't as good at aiming sandbags at barrels as La Flor was. It wasn't exactly an epic struggle, nor did things really fall apart for them. Probst asks Jimmy T. if people were frustrated about the loss. Of course, Jimmy T. says he was upset with the "lack of playing time" and told Jimmy Johnson so. Probst quotes a John Fogerty song, which I'm sure he's been waiting all season for his chance to do, and Jimmy T. continues that he thinks Jimmy Johnson ultimately did put Jimmy T. up because he had no choice but to recognize how much game Jimmy T. possesses. Wow, Jimmy T. really doesn't seem to care or even think about anyone or anything but himself and how awesome he needs everyone to think he is.