James asks Amanda what she's doing tonight. Amanda claims that she "searched every avenue," which, unless "every avenue" is "Jason's bag," I very much doubt. "I don't know what to do," says the woman who promised us the game was on. Sigh. I guess her peanut butter and jelly sandwich was made of suck. Right now, Amanda's big plan is to hopes that the girls are telling her the truth and Jason is going home tonight. If he plays the idol, though, she's pretty sure James will be gone. Hmm...here's a plan: the girls have to split their votes to make sure that James will be sent home if Jason plays the idol. That means they'll probably put in three votes for Jason and two for James. Which means that Amanda, James, and Erik could put in three votes for one of the female alliance members -- say, Parvati. If Jason played his idol, that James would have two votes and Parvati would have three. Sounds like it's worth a try, doesn't it? Even if Jason doesn't play the idol, it would be a tie between Jason and Parvati and then Jason would get a chance to beat Parvati in a fire challenge or something. It's risky, but it's a lot better than waiting to be picked off. And yet...nothing. James says he's planning on voting for Parvati tonight no matter what. And he wants Amanda to as well. Little Miss Game On makes a sad face and says she's going to trust the girls and vote for Jason. James says there's no way Jason would be stupid enough not to play the idol. "If he don't, that'll be tragic," James says feelingly. "That'll be awesome," Amanda says, eschewing serious game play for wishes and dreams.
Meanwhile, the girls and Jason hang out and make girl talk, the girls smartly surrounding him so that the others can't get to him, not like they have any intention of trying anything. Once again, we have to hear from Snidley Whiplash Natalie, who says she can't wait to floss her teeth with Jason's jugular. Then she smiles "adorably." Well, the joke's on you, Natalie -- the jugular is too big to floss even your teeth with, so you're going to get tarter build-up! Apparently, we haven't had enough Natalie yet this week, so she continues that no matter which guy goes home tonight, it will be a win-win situation for the girls, and they'll just keep picking the men off. She does a bunch of strange hand signals that I don't understand. Perhaps it's sign language for "crazy has never been this annoying."