At Zhan Hu after the challenge, the tribe is standing around, and Jaime still can't stop smirking as James laments how badly it went with the puzzle. I seriously cannot remember the last time I saw anyone on this show who was less able to avoid telegraphing her emotions. Her face is her mood ring. James continues to complain about how Jaime and Peih-Gee seemed to crack under the pressure. And now he doesn't understand why they're laughing and smiling. He has not a single clue about what's going on here, honestly. He announces that Erik and Aaron should now decide which of the women to send home, since it's critical for them to maintain "a strong team." He further interviews that he's not getting water for people who don't try hard in challenges, so they "might as well send [him] home...or cut one of them girls." Heh. He started off all indignant, like, "Send me home, then!", but then he realized that...he doesn't actually want to go home. So it comes off, "FUCK YOU!...kind of."
Peih-Gee and Jaime huddle elsewhere and giggle about how clever they are and how they can't stop finding it so incredibly funny how they pulled this off. They're way too impressed with a fairly simplistic maneuver, I'll say that much, and they'd be a lot more impressive if they could figure out how to keep it together. Good grief. Meanwhile, James and Aaron are standing with Erik, and Aaron says, "What's up, dude?" He wants to know what happened in that challenge. Erik weakly says that Peih-Gee is supposed to have this talent with puzzles, and James angrily says she "completely dropped the ball." Oh, James. She hurled the ball. Elsewhere, Peih-Gee tells Jaime that the guys will clearly pressure Erik to get rid of one of them, but Jaime confidently says Erik's not going anywhere, alliance-wise. He's doing it all for the nookie, after all. Aaron sends Erik over to talk to the women, though I'm not sure what he thinks that's going to accomplish.