The tribe arrives, and in walks first jury member Alina, looking fresh and shiny and clean. Brenda smiles at her in an attempt to win jury votes down the line, and then Probst begins by sort of apologizing once again for unfair "random" teams in the reward challenge, acknowledging that the women made a "great effort." Jane says it was tough to run into the obstacles and then bounce right off of them. Probst asks Sash if the guys spent their reward time away from camp bonding or strategizing. Sash says it was both, but typically reveals little more. Jud points out that while the five of them were strategizing on their reward, there were six people back at camp doing the same thing, so that could be a problem for the five winners. But at least he got to eat.
Probst asks Marty if he put a target on his back last Tribal by speaking out against Jane. Right, because he didn't have a target there already? Marty repeats that Jane is a big threat at the end, just in case no one got it the first thirty times he said it. Brenda says that Marty's words were true, and you're going to want to bring a "troublemaker" like NaOnka with you to the end over Jane. Probst continues to kiss Jane's ass by asking her if she's worried about being penalized for being so awesome. Jane finally gets a chance to speak, saying that she and Marty stepped on each other's toes in the beginning. Wow, she's being so even-handed, adult, and diplomatic in regards to a guy she once referred to as Mr. Farti.
Now that there's no more drama to be squeezed out of Marty and Jane, Probst turns to NaOnka and reminds her about how she stole food from her tribe but they're still keeping her in the game. NaOnka says what she did was stupid and she'd rather not talk about it, "Jeff." The sarcastic way NaOnka just said Probst's name was kind of awesome. Marty takes this opportunity to speak out against NaOnka's actions in an effort to make her think she should play her idol. He says people seemed to act like what NaOnka did was trivial, but it was not. Stealing food is a big deal to Marty. "I'm not perfect. I'm a humanitarian. I'm a human," NaOnka says, clearly not knowing what "humanitarian" means. She says that Marty just doesn't like her, nor she him. "So you're mad at Marty cause he strategizes?" Probst asks. NaOnka says she doesn't like anything about Marty, from his hair to his walk. This is the second time NaOnka has based her opinion of someone on his hair. Actually, if you think about it, it's the second time she's based her opinion of someone on his walk, too.