The contestants are all seated in a clearing. Jeff reminds them of his wise words from earlier, and then he explains the challenge. Frosti immediately declares that he's totally screwed, because he has a terrible memory. Jeff says that this is single-elimination, so for any wrong answer, you're bounced. Jeff asks whether anyone paid attention to details at the feast, and nobody did. That's kind of disappointing. It wasn't that hard, actually, to figure out what the deal was, so you'd think maybe at least one person would have caught on. (Not Jaime, dumb as a clothespin!) But...no.
The short version of this challenge is that it comes down to Jaime and Bad Memory Frosti. Wait, Jaime is one of the last two? But she's dumber than a jar of ski wax! Frosti takes the victory and the first individual immunity, in recognition of which he treats us to a little Frosti booty dance. I am always in favor of a booty dance. Frosti is intriguingly attractive, in an only partially obvious way. I think I would even overlook the fact that his name is Frosti.
So later, we are at Hae Da Fung (that's how the show is spelling it; whether that's the way it should be spelled is under discussion over in the forums if you want to poke that particular hornet's nest with the broomstick of your knowledge of Chinese), where Peih-Gee and James are sitting by the fire. She voices over that she knows that it's probably going to be her, Jaime, or Erik, since Frosti has immunity. She wants to know whether they have James's vote, and she's just not sure, even though he answers yes when she asks if they're "still cool." She says that, after this vote, it will be clear where everyone's loyalties are. I'd say that were true, if I didn't already think I knew where everyone's loyalties are.
James is not on Zhan Hu's side, judging by the discussion in which he joyfully tells Todd about the false idol he thinks somebody on the other side has. James also runs to Amanda with the story. Amanda interviews that the reason for targeting Jaime is that they believe her to be a "silent leader" of the other tribe. She thinks Peih-Gee is "devious," but not as threatening, because she's more obvious. Or something. Amanda does tell James, though, that she's concerned about what Courtney is going to do, because -- horrors! -- she has "a mind of her own." I hate it when people have those. I find it much more difficult to boss them around. Wait...you don't think that's what she means, do you?