The next morning, J.T. walks away and leaves Erinn and Stephen to talk about how neither of them wants J.T. to win immunity because if he makes it to the Final Two, he'll win for sure. Erinn interviews that if she wins, she's taking Stephen to the end. Stephen says that if by some miracle J.T. gets out of the challenge first, he'll still fight to the end to win against Erinn. "I trust you but I trust me more," he titles. Erinn continues that she's sitting kind of pretty right now, since Stephen will take her to the end and J.T. would probably do the same. "It puts me in a good spot," she says. To win second place, yes. "We have to win," Stephen says; "I don't think either of us stand a chance against him in the finals." Stephen then interviews that he'd almost rather not win immunity today because he'd rather not have to choose between Erinn and J.T.
Erinn wanders away and J.T. tells Stephen that they're going to be eating breakfast tomorrow because there's no way Erinn can beat both of them and no way they won't take each other to the end. "You have my word and my life that I'll take you with me, man," J.T. says, which is easy for him to promise since he'll probably win no matter who he chooses. He asks Stephen to tell him the same, and Stephen does, not like that means anything. J.T. interviews that he's worried about the immunity challenge, since Erinn is sure to vote him out if she wins and he's not entirely sure he can count on Stephen. J.T. keeps pressing, telling an obviously nervous and uncomfortable Stephen that they're going to the Final Two and they have a deal and all that stuff. J.T. interviews that he knows he can trust Stephen in the real world, but with a million dollars on the line in a game that's all about lying ... maybe not. Then don't act all wounded if you lose and Stephen takes you out, J.T.
The Final Three walk to treemail. It tells them to follow a map to the stupid Fallen Comrades walk and then to the final immunity challenge. Stephen has to narrate that the people who were voted out before them are valuable people who matter or whatever. I love how Stephen has to say all this because J.T. is unintelligible and Erinn probably doesn't give a shit about anyone else in this game, nor should she. But I hate how Stephen uses Douche terms like "enemy combatants" and "the field of Survivor battle" to describe his former castmates.