I hope you enjoyed the five minutes of Galu you got today, because it's all Foa Foa from here on out! We head back to Foa Foa. Li'l Russell wanders around camp and tells us that Jaison sucked out of the last challenge. "He's sure not gonna be my attorney," he says. Yes, because the mark of a great lawyer is being able to solve fish puzzles. He follows Mick around and asks him how Galu beat them at puzzles when Mick is a doctor and Jaison is a lawyer. I guess because you don't necessarily have to be a genius to solve puzzles? Or to be a lawyer or a doctor, for that matter. And you clearly don't have to be a genius to be a little giant blowhard on this show.
Meanwhile, Liz tries to figure out a way not to be voted out tonight. "Dude, something has to change," she says. Jaison agrees with her. He so wants to go home. He just can't bring himself to actually say it out loud, because that would be embarrassing, as well it should be. "I just don't know how we always lose our lead," Liz says, knowing full well it's because Jaison gave up and probably hoping everyone else in the tribe will make the connection. In an interview, Jaison admits that he was "dead weight" during the challenge and that could get him voted out tonight. He tries not to look too happy about this.
Li'l Russell and Liz walk down to the beach. Liz keeps trying to trash-talk Jaison, but Li'l Russell just talks over her, saying they have two choices tonight: Natalie or Jaison. Liz says she realizes that Jaison gave up during the challenge, but Li'l Russell says it again anyway just to try to make it look like he's the one who figured that out and everyone else fell in line with what he said. Liz interviews that she's more optimistic about the vote tonight since although she and Natalie are "smaller" and "weaker" than the guys, Jaison might be a better choice to vote out. Liz needs to get over this whole women=weak thing that basically destroyed any chance she had to create a powerful women's alliance on her tribe and is probably part of the reason why they're so bad off now. Li'l Russell interviews that the vote tonight is all up to him, of course, and whether he can trust Liz post-merge or if Jaison, who he can trust, will be an asset to the tribe in challenges. Natalie, Mick, and Jaison don't appear to have anything to say about tonight's vote.