With that, the three toss a bunch of idols representing each contestant into a fire pit, which I always think is disrespectful, and Erinn says the final immunity challenge is up next and she knows she has to win it to be guaranteed a spot in the Final Two. Way to state the incredibly obvious, Erinn. J.T. interviews that he's going to win this challenge no matter what. Stephen interviews that whoever wins the challenge makes it to the Final Two and chooses who he goes up against, just in case you didn't catch that when Erinn said it a few seconds ago or when it happened in all the other seasons.
And now, the final immunity challenge. I don't know if you guys know this, but the winner gets to choose who he will take to the final tribal council and thus have an advantage. And this season's finale challenge ... is freaking lame. Because Probst doesn't like those really long endurance challenges, we have to watch as contestants place a ball in a big metal contraption. It will roll down and pop out of one of two exit points, where the contestants, who have one hand tied behind their backs, must catch it with their free hand and place it back in the chute. More balls will be added, and they will alternate which exit they come out of. If you drop the ball, you lose. And if you've ever been in the waiting room of a pediatrician, then you've done this before.