Probst asks Taj if Erinn is a risk to take to the Final Three because she has almost her entire tribe on the jury. Taj says Tempura may well side with their tribemate against the Jalapeño Three "just to be vindictive," which ignores the fact that Erinn's tribe clearly hates her. Probst asks Stephen if voting Erinn out is the safest bet. Stephen says that could be true, but this is an individual game and he has to think about who he'll do best against in front of the jury. Probst asks if this means that Douche's "take the best to the end" game plan left when he did, which is annoying because that game plan never ever began in the first place, not even with Douche. His plan was basically to vote out whoever he thought was going against him, preferably a female. Stephen says he respects Douche's philosophy and wants to be at the end with the best, but he's formed bonds with everyone in the Final Four and hopes he won't have to make the decision to vote any one of them out. Probst reminds Stephen that he kind of has to do that tonight and asks Stephen why he's acting like this is his first day and he doesn't know how this game is played. Way to make Stephen look like an idiot in front of the jury, Probst. If only Stephen had big muscles, he'd be able to get away with anything and everything. Probst asks Stephen who he's voting for: Erinn or Taj? Stephen says his decision comes down to who will best assure him a place in the Final Two.
Probst finally talks to J.T., asking him if he trusts everyone left. J.T. says he trusts Stephen and Taj more than Erinn because he's been with them for a longer time and they've kept their promises to him. Probst asks Taj the same thing, and she answers the same way: she's been with J.T. and Stephen since the beginning and she's still here, so she has no reason not to trust them. Probst asks if she'd be surprised if she was voted out tonight, and Taj says she would. Why haven't she and Erinn tried to take Stephen out? Because they don't think they'd be able to convince J.T. and then there'd be a tie? So it would come down to a fire-starting competition between Stephen and whoever Stephen and J.T. voted for. I'd rather do that than just trust people, but I guess when you're already a millionaire like Taj, you can afford to be that blindly loyal. Probst turns back to Erinn and asks her if she'll be shocked not to be voted out. She says she'll be surprised, but not shocked. "Anything can happen," she says. It's time to vote!