While Chase and Sash head off to find the keys, Probst talks non-stop about how crappy Espada is doing and Tyrone starts commanding his troops to apparently get in Chase and Sash's way. It doesn't work, though, as Jimmy T. has stopped following Tyrone's directions at this point and is now hopelessly wandering somewhere in Honduras. Predictably, Chase and Sash unlock the chest and bring it back to the mat to win it all for La Flor. Once the blindfolds are off, Jimmy T. is quick to give excuses, saying that he couldn't hear Tyrone over everyone else's screaming even though Tyrone has a pretty distinct voice and it seemed plenty loud to me. Also, Jane and Yve didn't seem to have much of a problem hearing it. Probst hands La Flor the immunity idol and Brenda chooses fishing equipment, a tarp, and cooking supplies as their Mervyns reward.
Espada returns to camp. Dan says that challenge looked "tough" and if only he was able to walk in mud, he could have possibly contributed something. He concludes that the Medallion was what gave La Flor the winning edge, and the rest of the tribe is perfectly happy to believe that. Except for Jimmy T., who repeats his request to do something leadership-y in a challenge. He informs us that he's coached various children's sports, like, if having sports coaching on your résumé was such a plus, then why did they get rid of Jimmy Johnson? Marty has clearly had it and walks away before he can go off on Jimmy T. Tyrone, meanwhile, patiently asks Jimmy T. how he would have done things differently and had more success. Jimmy T. then admits that he can't think of anything before going back to his speech about past leadership successes he's had, as if they mean anything. Tyrone interviews that Jimmy T. is too negative at camp after challenges and is obviously only about himself, and it's becoming more and more obvious and a problem. Between Tyrone's comments about Holly being crazy, Marty being shady, and Jimmy T. being obsessed with himself, I think Tyrone is shaping up to be very good at reading people.