Rob is second, and his puck falls way short, causing Peachy to announce that Rob's "gettin' the feel of the board." The rest of the tribe members chortle.
Christy also throws a far miss, about which Peachy speculates, "Strategy, or just a weak toss?"
Peachy points out Jenna's "big stack of pucks," before she knocks into Christy's puck in the process of slamming hers across the board. HeiDDi also hurtles hers.
Matthew has only one chance, and comes very close to the "X," but it's not for very long, as Butch is next and knocks him out.
Next commences a series of decent shots, followed by a series of better shots knocking them out, as well as horrible shots accidentally landing in good places. Soon, Matthew and Rob are out of pucks and presumably out of the game, while Christy keeps unsuccessfully experimenting with angled shots. Rob's suddenly back in it as HeiDDi knocks his puck closest to the "X"; he's protected by HeiDDi's puck, as well.
Butch confidently announces his plan to hit Jenna's puck out of the way and bounce back onto the "X," which is exactly what he does. Clearly, because he believes in himself.
Christy uses her last puck to knock Rob almost directly onto the "X," and then HeiDDi throws her last puck, leaving only Butch and Jenna still in the game.
Butch knocks HeiDDi right onto immunity, and Peachy announces that Jenna has one left, and will have to decide whether she wants to use it offensively or defensively. Jenna snits, "I have my own plan. Secret!" while Rob raises an eyebrow. Jenna knocks out both HeiDDi and Rob, landing directly on the "X." The others grudgingly clap, including a particularly disgruntled-looking HeiDDi.
It's now Day 33 at Jackée, and Rob stalks through the jungle, telling us that his stomach is in knots and he needs "a bottle of Maalox, a fifth of vodka...I need a pack of cigarettes -- make that a carton of cigarettes." Because he doesn't know what he's going to do! The strange new boing! boing! noises accompany him in the background.
Christy comfortably reclines in the shelter. By "comfortably," I mean "spread eagle and with hairy armpits on full display." Rob questions whether Christy still intends to vote for HeiDDi, and Christy responds, "I guess so." Rob disbelievingly asks, "You guess so?" She smugly responds that it's a question of whom she can get furthest with in order to be "the sole Survivor." Rob requests that she take a walk with him, and she agrees, during which she explains that she's not yet decided to vote with the girls, and that she'll only make her decision when the pen is in her hand. She also wants to see how Tribal Council goes, before enthusing that it's a matter of pride over how far she can go in the game. Christy's just a little too smug in this segment for my tastes. And apparently for Rob's tastes, too, as we find out momentarily. Christy claims that it's a hard thing for her to do, but she's enjoying it a little too much. In a close-up interview, Rob tells us that the threat of HeiDDi "defecting" weighs heavily on him, and that he's started considering "an alternative scenario."