As he finishes washing his hair, Jon asks if Morgan has noticed that he's been slightly less of an asshole at recent challenges. Andrew tells him that they don't mind trash-talking, but that they did take it hard because they were losing so many challenges in a row. "It hurts when you've lost six straight challenges," Andrew says. "Well, technically, seven," Jon says. Morgan collectively looks at him. Jon goes on to explain that Drake threw the throw-people- in-the-water challenge. I love how Jon claims that this is therefore a challenge that Morgan also lost. Didn't just not win it fair and square -- lost it. Come on, Idiot Jon. At the very least, we don't know how it would have turned out had Drake not thrown it. Morgan certainly didn't lose it by any logical definition, not that Jon's arrogant ass, propped up as it is by the rest of the arrogant asses in his tribe, would be expected to know this.
What's delightfully just, however, is that Morgan doesn't believe him. Because he's Jon, and because they know what a petty little prick he is, they just think he's trying to make them feel bad. Andrew, for one, actually takes great offense that Jon would make up something like that just to try to get smudgy little fingerprints all over the polished mirror of their hard-won victory. Andrew also calls Jon a "little bastard" and a "piss-ant," which means that he is my boyfriend for fifteen seconds or so. "He came here to ruffle some feathers, and he definitely did," Andrew says, with all kinds of unintended irony. Andrew says that he's concerned about the effect this might have on Morgan's morale at the immunity challenge, but also says, "Let's take the gloves off, and let's see what they're made of." Gee, I think Jon's strategy might just be found in the dictionary under "backfire."