For her good-bye words, Erinn says she's a little bit surprised, but deep down she had a feeling that J.T. would stick with Stephen. She says the game was "life-changing" and she's happy to have made it so far. Good for her; she was one of the few people who played this season and she played well.
And it's the last day at Camp Forza. J.T. interviews that it's a beautiful morning and he's here with Stephen, just like they planned in the beginning. Stephen says they'll be "friends for life." This will only make it all the more painful when they talk shit about each other at the Final Tribal Council. Stephen interviews that he and J.T. are the Final Two on Day 39, just like they planned, and no matter what happens tonight they'll always have that. They walk to treemail together, and J.T. says they dominated the entire game both physically and socially. True, and it made for a boring season. But we're bound to have a likable winner, so that's cool, I guess. With that, the breakfast feast is waiting for them at treemail.
Pancake batter is poured and someone tries to peel an avocado. Oooh, and there's bacon. Then Stephen ruins everything by saying "the Warrior and the Wizard." Gah! No more Douche Talk! Now you can lose. Stephen interviews that they cooked and ate everything over the next few hours. J.T. says it's nice not to have to worry about strategy, although, of course, you always are. Like, I'd be thinking about getting my opponent as wasted as possible on mimosas to hurt his jury performance. Although if I was on the jury and one of the Final Two came in wasted, I'd probably vote for him. Stephen and J.T. toast to themselves and Stephen says the champagne "tastes like victory." When did Stephen get so lame? I don't get it.
Time to take a walk down memory lane! Stephen asks J.T. for his first impression of him. J.T. missed the mark completely, saying Stephen "looked strong" but "really religious." J.T. interviews that he's learned that you can't judge a book by its cover or go off first impressions (you mean like voting a tribe member out before you even get a chance to speak to anyone?), and he and Stephen are actually a lot alike despite their very different backgrounds. Stephen says he thought J.T. was "gregarious" and "charming." But not "charmin'," as we already had that product placement earlier this season. Stephen interviews pretty much the same thing J.T. just said -- that he didn't think he'd get along with J.T., only to find that underneath it all, they're a lot alike and thus make a great team.