Discussion turns again to the meaning of the little bottle, and everyone in Raro seems to agree that, whatever it is, they don't think they're going to like it.
Tribal council. The members of Raro all arrange themselves on the various benches. Jeff brings in Brad, who looks nattily dressed for the jury, to the point where they all actually chuckle out loud because he's so pretty. Jeff informs Raro that, in case they haven't noticed, as a tribe, they have won a total of three challenges. I'm not going to count, but I believe that's three out of eleven since the original merge. Not very good. Jeff asks Jenny what she can do to improve their situation. Jenny says that she doesn't know -- she still thinks they have to look at "strengths and weaknesses." Jeff asks Rebecca about camp, and she says that they need to be "positive." She says that everyone works to get food, and Jonathan takes this opportunity to jump in and talk about all the fish he's caught. Jeff asks him how many, and when Jonathan says twenty-two, Jeff can't help being impressed. Jonathan hasn't even explained that they were all hanging from his crotch. Jeff asks Parvati whether, now that Jonathan is catching all these fish, he's seeming a little more like one of the...you know, "family." Parvati acknowledges that you can't entirely dislike a guy who's feeding you: "It's cool to have him around." I'll bet that's exactly what she would sign in his yearbook: "It was cool to have you around."
Jeff asks Adam about the divide between keeping people who are strong for the tribe and keeping people you trust. He points out that Candice and Jonathan, both of whom are clearly snakes for leaving their old tribe, are arguably strong members of the new tribe, so what do you do about that, huh? Adam allows his tiny brain to process this for a moment, and then says that he's "tired of losing," so "it's all about productivity," from his perspective. He bites his lip so that you know he's serious about how much he hates losing. Jeff next inquires about the bottle, and whether they've kept it sealed like they were supposed to. Parvati has the bottle, and they have managed not to open it. Jeff says that nothing is happening with it yet, but that they'll open it after the vote.
Candice votes. Jenny votes for Rebecca, telling her that it's "overall productivity" at this point. Parvati votes. Jonathan votes. Rebecca votes for "Johnathan," saying that he got to the tribe too late. Adam votes. Nate votes. Jeff goes off to tally. When he returns, he reads the first vote, which is for "Johnathan." Next: Rebecca. Then Rebecca and Rebecca and Rebecca, and we're done. She's the second member of the jury. So Rebecca walks over and is snuffed, and this is the point where I look at the clock and realize that there's too much time left; whatever they're doing, they're doing it now, and that's how I realized what was going to happen. I was fifteen seconds ahead of Parvati, figuring-things-out-wise, so that makes me feel really good.