Erinn goes next. She accuses Stephen of playing with three different alliances: the Jalapeño three, the Exile alliance, and the Warrior alliance, only to send most of his alliance members to the jury. Um ... duh, Erinn. It's a game where you vote people out until only two are left. Sending your alliance members to the jury, therefore, kind of has to happen. "So, should I just vote for J.T.?" she asks. I'm hoping they edited most of her question out, because what we just saw sucked and I expect more from Erinn. Stephen says this game involves "creating a lot of dynamic structures and then working within those structures to advance yourself as best you can." I'm sure that went over most members of the jury's heads. He says he played this game and his alliances really well, and if Erinn respects that "aggressive style of play" then she should vote for him. Except that he opened by saying that he and J.T. were in agreement on all of those moves, so therefore they both had the same aggressive style of play and why should Erinn vote for Stephen over J.T. for that? Oh, Stephen! You blew it! Why? You were so smart until like Day 36 and then you just fell apart. What happened? Erinn turns to J.T. and asks him why he thinks Stephen is the strongest opponent he could have gone against in the end. J.T. mumbles something about Stephen being the best and most honest person in Jalapeño, and when they merged and Douche asked him who was the strongest person in his tribe, J.T. said it was Stephen. Because, you know, it was between Stephen, Taj, and Julian, whose leg was about to fall off. It was a pretty obvious choice. He adds that he had a chance to abandon Stephen there, but he didn't. And he thinks that Stephen was the strongest member of the "power alliance," which is kind of a fuck you to everyone else in that alliance, not like they'll realize it.
Debbie is up next. She says she's still undecided on who she's voting for tonight, which I very much doubt, and honesty is very important to her (so much so that when she lies herself she conveniently forgets about it) and that's why she was so drawn to J.T. But as the game went on, she realized that J.T. wasn't quite so honest. She asks him who the real J.T. is. J.T. says that his mother told him not to trust his opponents and that he'd have to lie to win the game. Yes, invoke your mother's name in front of Debbie. Very clever. He points out that Debbie lied too, like when she tried to get rid of Douche. He only lied when he had to, just like she did. Debbie asks Stephen if he would have taken J.T. to the end if he had won immunity, and "I want an honest answer to this question," she says in her best principal lecture voice. Stephen says he honestly doesn't know. Debbie doesn't accept this, but even I think it actually is the truth. She wants him to give her a name and she's sure he knows who he would have taken. "I think it would be Erinn," Stephen says, and J.T.'s face falls. He hopes he would have taken J.T., but thinks it would have been Erinn. Erinn sits on the jury and looks satisfied with herself. I'd be more really disappointed that my crappy immunity challenge performance basically lost me all that money.