After a set of commercials, we return to camp, still on Day 36. Yul says that Ozzy won immunity "as usual," and that he's becoming sort of larger than life as a threat in challenges. Given that booting Ozzy has been removed as a possibility, Yul says that they're pretty much agreed to vote out Adam or Parvati, the only issue being which should go first. Adam comes over to have a chat with Yul, and ask if he's the one going home. "Do you really want to know?" Yul asks him. Adam says that he really wants to know. Yul says that he isn't certain, but that he doesn't think so; he thinks it's going to be Parvati. Adam says that he'd like Parvati to stay, but he knows that it's her ass or his. Yul says it's pretty much a "toss-up," but that if Adam wants to stay... Adam says he does. They shake hands, and Yul says that he likes Adam and didn't enjoy having him sent to Exile Island at this point: "If you want to stay, you'll stay." Adam tells us that "Yul is definitely the puppetmaster here," and that Yul said that if Adam wants to stay, Yul will see to it. Yul tells Adam he's pretty sure he can have Adam stay, and if he can't, he'll tell him. "My thinking is, as long as it's benefiting me, I'm fine with it," says Adam. I think he got that definition of integrity from The Book Of Jonathan, The Dirty Filthy Rat Cancer. Adam goes on to say that he and Parvati have been together since the beginning, but of course, if it has to be one of them, he'll take being the one who stays. Of course...just like what Jonathan went through? Again? Can I get an amen? Whatever. Adam says that once he gets to F5, he'll just have to hope to win challenges.
Now Parvati approaches Yul and says that she doesn't want to "pit [her]self against Adam" because of all the caring, but she knows it's going to be one of them. Yul says that, "objectively," she's a greater threat: "Mainly because you're very coordinated." Wow. That is the lamest "compliment" ever. Yul says that in anything with balance, Parvati's going to be tougher than Adam. Yul then plainly says that because Ozzy is there, and even partly because Yul himself is there, Yul's not that worried about Parvati winning challenges. So to him, Adam is more of a threat. They hug, and Parvati tells us that she feels "hopeful" that maybe she stands a chance. She says she'll have to "scramble something together."
A chat takes place in the shelter in which Parvati, Adam, and Ozzy are chatting. Adam says he doesn't know whom he's voting for, but that it won't be for Parvati or Ozzy. Heh. He thinks he'll probably vote for Sundra. "Who are you voting for tonight?" Parvati asks Ozzy. "I don't know yet," he tells her. "Is there any way you would vote any of them?" Adam wonders, observing that Becky and Sundra are "along for the ride." Ozzy says that he's already in enough trouble as it is. Furthermore, although this isn't spoken, if Ozzy screws the Aitus and goes to F2 with Adam or Parvati, he's certainly not going to win with the Rarovians. Adam or Parvati would automatically get the votes of (1) the other one of them, (2) Candice, (3) Nate, and quite possibly (4) Yul, (5) Becky, and (6) Sundra, who might well feel like Ozzy screwed them. Ozzy's only shot in F2 is to be there with someone a Raro might vote against. Anyway, Ozzy says that if he flipped and then lost, he'd go for sure. Adam tells Ozzy that the rest of the Aitu four would vote him out if he lost an immunity challenge anyway. Heh. Ozzy tells us that he's pretty dominant in challenges, and that he is worried about the Aitu folks voting him out. He says he wants "more of an edge later on." He might, therefore, vote out Sundra. I'm having a hard time seeing how this benefits Ozzy.