So Ozzy's been working on his puzzle for a while but made no headway. It's basically a bunch of cogs and the pieces have to fit into the teeth of the cogs in a certain way. Once you get one or two in, the rest should be easy, but it's tough to get that first one down. Sophie is the first to actually fit a piece in correctly and Ozzy looks up, panicked. I think he's actually trying to see what she did, in case he can get a hint. Once Sophie gets her first three or so pieces in, Ozzy gets one, but Sophie is on a huge roll, and she finishes the puzzle first and wins final immunity. Go Sophie! Coach and Albert give her huge hugs and Ozzy swears. Probst congratulates her on her three individual immunity wins this season, and states that this is the most important one. You think? Thanks, Captain Obvious.
When the tribe returns to camp after the challenge, Ozzy congratulates Sophie on her win, and they all dissect how the puzzle was difficult at first but once you got a few pieces, it was easy. Ozzy interviews that his mind went blank during the puzzle and he couldn't get it. Ozzy also hopes that Coach was serious about wanting to take him to the end, but he doubts it. Then, off-camera, we hear Coach and Albert whooping it up and Ozzy just looks at the camera like, "Yeah, I'm screwed." Coach bestows Sophie with the title Dragon Slayer, and says that Ozzy was the Dragon this season. Sophie interviews that it was crucial that one of them beat Ozzy in the challenge, and she's hoping that she can parlay the victory into a good argument with the jury. Albert is jubilant that they beat "the bad guy." Don't gloat, Albert. It's always bad news. Coach advises them not to talk to Ozzy too much, because he's trying to sow dissension in their ranks. Sophie interviews that she knows that she and Albert will vote out Ozzy, but she's not a hundred percent sure what Coach will do, and allows that it's possible that Coach has some tricks up his sleeve when it comes to Ozzy.
Ozzy goes up to Coach and says, "I think you know what to do." Ozzy's argument is that he knows that Coach likes drama, and what could be more dramatic than Ozzy and Albert making a fire to determine who goes to the finals. Coach is like, "I can't break my word," and Ozzy is like, "You gave me your word too!" and Coach is like, "But then you betrayed me after I gave you my word," and my word, there is a lot of my word in this conversation. Ozzy keeps referring to Albert betraying Coach, and I'm not sure what he's talking about. Getting rid of Brandon? I am seriously drawing a blank here. Ozzy starts his smartest line of argument with Coach; he tells Coach that it needs to be two warriors battling it out in the finals (oh, and one pesky lady who is worthless in Ozzy's eyes). That might fly with Coach. In an interview, Coach says that he's pissed that things aren't easier for him at this point, and he feels like this should be an easy decision, but it's not. You know why it's not, Coach? Because you made too many deals, and some of them are going to conflict with one another. That's the way it goes.