Over at Exile Island, Jason has to find the idol. He gets started on his quest as he tells us that he figures if he could find the immunity idol location the last time, he can do it this time as well. Sure enough, he seems to find the second clue easily as he tells us that the game has thrown him many curve balls, but since stepping down from the immunity challenge all of one day ago, things seemed to have really changed for him. Yes -- now instead of them all suspecting you're naïve, stupid, and easily fooled, they KNOW it. Jason finds the third clue and says that after having time to think about it, he realizes that Natalie chose him to go to Exile for a reason -- she wanted him to get the idol. He thinks they're going to work together to use the idol. WHY does Jason think that the hidden immunity idol is a group activity? Jason concludes that he can trust Natalie, since she was one of the people who didn't vote for him last night and since it's in "her best interest" to have him on her team. How, exactly? She has a five-girl alliance. Not only is he a physical threat, but they all hate him and have the numbers without him. Oh, why do I even bother? I can't even be mad about it, because Jason is that stupid. It is now sad and pitiful. And with that, he finds the idol. And now that he sees what a real idol looks like, he feels really dumb believing Ozzy's stick was an idol. How can he understand things like that and be able to follow clues, and yet, have no concept of effective strategy and the fact that people in this game will lie to you? Jason says Natalie sent him here to get this idol and it feels good to finally be on a successful team. "I feel the most comfortable I've felt in the entire game," Jason says. See you later!
We cut to shots of a spider catching bugs in its web, probably by telling the bugs that the web is not sticky and that they should trust her. And the stupidest of all the bugs believes the spider and thinks about how awesome it is to be on a winning spider-bug team. Then he's eaten alive. Sure enough, back at Dabu, the ladies are plotting against Jason. Cirie says they should assume he has the idol and will play it at tribal council, which means they'll have to make sure they split their votes the right way so that if Jason plays the idol, James is one who goes home and not one of them. They are determined that Jason not win immunity tomorrow, and Amanda suggests somehow convincing him to throw the challenge. If it were anyone else, I'd say, "Good luck with that, over-confident morons." But this is Jason, so I say, "I have all the faith in the world that they will be successful in this venture." Cirie says that Jason trusts Natalie more than anyone else, so she'll have to be the one to do the convincing. Natalie tells us that they're going to gain Jason's trust so that he won't play the idol and then they'll vote him out, blindsiding him just like they did Ozzy. Furthermore, she's hoping they can convince Jason to throw the challenge, thereby ensuring that he won't get the immunity necklace. Then, the worst case scenario at tribal council will be that he plays the idol and stays in the game, but at least the idol will be gone, as will one of the other guys. Best case scenario is Jason doesn't play the idol and both he and it are out of the game. Natalie says this will be brilliant and assures us that she doesn't like Jason at all. She's so confident about it that I'm hoping it blows up in her face.