This was a major miscalculation by Judd, of course. Either he wasn't playing with Lydia, in which case he really needed to make sure that he didn't do this in front of Danni -- because Steph would totally take Danni seriously where she wouldn't take Lydia seriously. And if Judd was playing with Lydia, he forgot that he needed to tell Steph this happened before she heard it from someone else. Stupid Judd. Not that this is a surprise. Danni interviews that as soon as Judd started making noise about going after strong players, she remembered Rafe telling her that if Judd talked about getting rid of Rafe, Rafe thought Steph could be corralled into voting Judd off. Lydia continues to work on Judd: "Judd, you know what? Maybe it's time we make a difference." "You know what?" Judd says. "I don't have a problem with that." Danni interviews that the longer you're around, the more trouble you can cause, and the more "doors will open." Oh, and we can all pray that one of those doors will hit Judd in the ass.
And now, the immunity challenge. Basically, this is a round game board with tiers, and the general idea is that you step from square to square, turning over the tile you were just standing on. You can move horizontally or vertically. Also, the top level spins, so if you get yourself to the top, you can move your position. Once you run out of places to step, you lose. And Danni's advantage turns out to be the ability to switch places with any player at any time, which is indeed a pretty good advantage if she can figure out what to do with it.
The game progresses pretty logically, and this is exactly the kind of challenge about which I always have nothing to say, so you should really sing quietly to yourself until it's over. Something from Fiddler On The Roof, maybe. Anyway, aside from Cindy's dumb idea to cut her own space in half by running up the middle of her area rather than filling it in slowly, everybody plays relatively straightforwardly. Cindy is first out as a reward for her innovative approach. Just after Jeff notes the big swath of space available to Steph, Danni chooses to switch with Steph, and Steph shakes her head and mutters, as if she has some right to complain or wouldn't do exactly the same thing. I really wish Steph wouldn't act like that, because I'd really like to like her again, and for me to like her, I have to stop wanting to poke her in the eye. Lydia is knocked out second. Rafe is knocked out third. Judd goes out fourth. This leaves Danni and Steph to fight it out, and ultimately, Danni does indeed take it. This would seem to suggest that Steph actually played really well at the beginning of this challenge, since her spot worked out so well for Danni. What she did wrong, of course, was letting Danni get the clue at the auction, because she really did not want Danni to win this immunity. Danni agrees with Jeff that the $200 was "money well spent," and she goes to collect the immunity necklace. I have a feeling there's a subtext of, you know, "I'd rather have this and see my brother...in a week." Jeff tells the rest of the crowd that one of them is going home shortly.