While Taj is heading back with her second bag, she runs into J.T. in the leg net tunnel and lets out an "oh [blur mouth]." They have to climb over each other, but it doesn't slow either of them down too much. J.T. gets his three bags back first, of course, and starts working on the puzzle. I am rooting for anyone but J.T. to win this thing because I want to see him have to scramble for the first time in this game. Stephen is the next to start his puzzle, followed by Taj and then Erinn. J.T. has most of his puzzle completed by the time they arrive, but this looks like the kind of puzzle where you don't realize you haven't done it right until you're left with one last piece that doesn't fit. Meanwhile, Erinn suddenly has a lot of her puzzle completed. Even Probst has to be impressed with that. J.T. gets down to his final piece, and sure enough, it doesn't fit. He has to find which piece is out of place while Erinn only has a few pieces left. Go, Erinn! And before she can put in the final piece ... J.T. gets his finished first. "J.T. wins immunity!" Probst cries out, so happy. Well, Erinn, you should have gone faster in the obstacle course. Or perhaps worn a shirt to the challenge, since I think a big part of J.T.'s advantage was that he had more skin covered and could be more aggressive against the nets, while Taj and Erinn wore bikini tops like idiots. Stephen has no excuse. Erinn gives the post challenge wrap-up that she had the last piece in her hand when J.T. beat her. "Frustrating to no end," she says. She doesn't have high hopes for her chances at Tribal tonight.
Back at camp, it's time to plot! Or not, as Taj is certain that the Jalapeño 3 will stay together until the end and Erinn is going home, no doubt. She's sure Erinn will try to stay in the game, but she's loyal to Stephen and J.T. and they're loyal to her. Okay, be complacent. That's always worked so well for people on this show. Like Tyson. Erinn goes down to the waterfront with Stephen and J.T. She interviews that she knows she has to find a way to plead her case with the guys without looking like she's scrambling. She states the facts: Taj has played a great social game and a great game in general. Stephen agrees that Taj stands a good chance of winning a jury vote. J.T. interviews that Erinn had a good point and, unlike Taj, he doesn't see this game as Tempura vs. Jalapeño anymore. Erinn walks away, and Stephen says they should talk to Taj. "How do we do this?" J.T. asks. Stephen seems to want Taj gone, saying Erinn would be easier to beat in the last immunity challenge. Except for the fact that she almost won the challenge today. J.T. says he doesn't care who goes tonight as long as he and Stephen are a team. Except when it comes to voting for Douche, in which case J.T. will throw his teammate under the bus in order to win some jury votes. Stephen interviews that if he votes Taj out, he'll look bad to the jury. But he wants to vote out whoever is the biggest threat to him winning this game, and that's Taj.