Sierra's turn! She says she's heard enough from Stephen at this point so she only has a question for J.T., which is yet another chance to bash poor Stephen. You know, Douche totally sucks and all, but at least he didn't use his jury questions to prop J.T. up while shitting on Stephen like everyone else so far has. Sierra asks J.T. how he can say he took the strongest person with him to the end when Stephen is "one of the weakest players [she's] ever seen." I guess they didn't have mirrors out there, or else Sierra could have taken a long look at herself and seen a much weaker player. Almost voted out before the game even started, unable to find a hidden immunity idol, letting her alliancemate do the work for her and then crying and begging when he was voted out ... these are not the characteristics of a strong player in this game. She adds that when J.T. had the chance to take Taj to the Final Three, he chose Erinn, who Sierra claims is "another weak player." Again, not really. Erinn played a very good game. That's why she outlasted her entire tribe. Sierra, on the other hand, couldn't even win at shuffleboard. There's a shot of Erinn, who is clearly imagining ways to kill Sierra right now. Sierra concludes that J.T. actually took the two weakest players with him, and how can she admire that? J.T. says that Stephen is a strong player -- he won an immunity challenge and almost beat J.T. in the last one (and Erinn almost beat J.T. in the second-to-last one). He thinks that of the Final Four, Stephen was the strongest. Sierra says J.T. lost her respect because if he really wanted to go to the end with the strongest player, he'd be sitting next to Tyson or Brendan or Debbie. Except not really, since they were voted out and therefore were not strong players. If J.T. wins tonight, Sierra just wants him to know that he didn't beat the strongest player. That won't make the million dollars worth any less, though, so shut up Sierra.
Tyson is up next. He says that Stephen said that J.T. helped him get to the end and he wants to know if J.T. feels the same way about Stephen. J.T. says Stephen helped him, but he could have done this without him and doesn't think that Stephen can say the same. Stephen is hurt by this, and Tyson asks for his reply. Stephen says he's very hurt to hear J.T. devalue their partnership after everything they've done together, but he still doesn't think he could have done it without J.T. and he doesn't think J.T. could have done it without him. J.T. asks Stephen if he'd be sitting here tonight if "someone else" won immunity. Well, yes, since that person would either be Stephen or Erinn. Stephen says yes, Taj or Erinn would have taken him over J.T. That's it for Tyson, and while I don't like him, he, like Douche, wasn't a bitter asshole in his jury question and didn't feel the need to put one person down to prop up the other. Good for him.