Day 30 at Aiga. Dave Ball congratulates Jaison on his win. Mick interviews that Shambo is "furious" at Dave Ball and wants him out next and won't hear of voting for anyone else. And that's fine with Foa Foa for now, because they're still counting on Shambo for the numbers advantage and thus have to do what she tells them. Dave Ball gets a consolation prize hug from Monica, but you can tell he's worried that he's the next to go. Mick, meanwhile, is worried that Galu will somehow be able to convince Shambo to come back to their side. Li'l Russell says "no way." Ordinarily I'd say he's being way too confident, but this is Shambo so he's right -- she won't hear of voting for anyone but Dave Ball. Even if it means cutting off her nose to tell her face "fuck you for telling me how to cook chickens."
While Shambo slumbers away in her hammock, John talks to Li'l Russell. He says he can "get" Galu to vote for someone from Foa Foa tonight. Um, yeah, no shit. That's what they were going to do anyway. It's what they've been trying to do all along except for that one time when they got rid of Erik. Shut up, John. Li'l Russell nods and agrees with everything John says and they decide to vote Mick out tonight. John seems to think that he and Li'l Russell have a secret Final Two alliance, and that the immunity idol he's sure Li'l Russell has can be used to save either one of them. Li'l Russell pauses before saying "think you'll be able to find it?" while giggling. He is so smooth. It's obvious that he has it and John knows it, plus Li'l Russell just can't stop himself from bragging about his stupid idol, so he admits to John that he does indeed have it. Li'l Russell then runs to an interview and says he might have to get rid of John next because he's a strategic threat and, most importantly, because Li'l Russell doesn't want him to have a chance to tell anyone else that he has the idol. He says people should really close their ears whenever he talks just in case he says something incriminating that they then have to be voted out for. Don't worry, Li'l Russell. I always close my ears when you talk, although that's more because I hate you than because I'm afraid you'll let one of your secrets slips. "It was my mistake, but sorry John -- you gotta go home for it," Li'l Russell concludes. Of course, to John he agrees not to burn him and be loyal to him for the rest of the game.