Because we all know that the former Savaii members are going home tonight unless a miracle happens, why not spend some time with Ozzy? And as much as I can't stand Ozzy, watching him swim and fish and climb coconut trees is much more visually interesting than watching Coach do tai chi or whatever. It would be great to be able to mute this; if I weren't recapping it, I would. Anyway, as we see the pretty pictures, we have to listen to Ozzy babble about how awesome he is and how he's totally going to win the end game, because he's so refreshed and rejuvenated. But imagine him saying that with ninety percent more arrogance and pomposity.
Meanwhile, back at Te Tuna, they don't have any fish in their net. Dawn and Cochran talk about how they're hungry and it sucks. Dawn says that she's kind of mad at herself that she didn't screw up Cochran's big move when she could have, because then Savaii might still be on top. So she's basically saying, "I wish I had betrayed your trust when I had the chance"? And then she tells Cochran that he owes her one, since she kept his secret for him. Cochran says that he's willing to change things up if they come up with a viable plan. In other words, "You do all the thinking and legwork, and I will latch on at the last minute if I think it might work, but I also might leave you high and dry, because I am incapable of doing any strategic thinking on my own." Cochran interviews that he thinks Dawn and Whitney will be grateful to him if he returns to their side, since they're kind of screwed, and while he has gotten a few promises to help him go further in the game from Upolu, he doesn't know if they're totally sincere. So he's weighing his options now. Unfortunately, a team of three can't top a team of six, so I don't know what they're planning exactly.