Tribal council. The final four enter, and then the jury walks in. Julie gives Chris a look, and Chris obligingly tries to stare at the ground like he feels bad. And like he's not about to do exactly the same thing. Jeff brings up the long game they've been playing, and he reminds Chris that he's the one with immunity, as if he's forgotten. Jeff asks Eliza to recall the very first challenge, in which there was one guy who couldn't even cross the balance beam. "This guy right here," she says, as if it's a quiz and she knows the answer and will now get a cookie, as she pats Chris on the leg. Chris tries to look suitably embarrassed, and "jokingly" "chastises" Jeff for bringing it up. For some reason, they're showing Sarge and Chad staring coldly, as if they've never forgiven Chris for not getting over the balance beam or something. Odd editing moment. Jeff asks Eliza how she feels about Chris's having immunity, and she says that if she couldn't have it, she's glad Chris has it. And again, I'm just not sure I get that, but her thinking may be more advanced than I'm giving her credit for. HAHAHAHA...just kidding. It's totally not.
Once again, Jeff brings up the animosity between Eliza and Twila, and Eliza shows off all her shiny teeth as she talks happily about, in contrast, her "strong bond" with Chris. Julie is probably over in the jury box grinding her teeth. Well, or crying. Jeff moves on to Twila, asking her about the fact that no matter how strong any of her friendship "bonds" may be, she's always been up-front about not trusting anyone. "Exactly," she says. He asks her if she still feels that way, and by way of answer, Twila smiles and holds up her packed bag, which she has brought along just in case. And it's full of poisonous spiders! Just kidding. Twila does add, however, that this is her first night "at peace," and Eliza turns around and gives a puzzled look like, "Why does she think that?" to Chris. Chris tries to appear conflicted. This should be where Eliza gets nervous, but I don't think it is. Jeff then asks Scout about the fact that somebody is obviously going to be surprised to be voted out, and Scout basically says that she would be surprised if it were her, but that she knows it's possible. Jeff then asks Chris about his "driver's seat" position as the guy who appears to be in with all three of the women. Chris agrees, but adds that his focus is still on "playing the game," no matter what friendships he may have developed. He says that he'll be putting his friendships on the back burner and playing. And you can tell that all three of the women in the final four are like, "Well, he doesn't mean his friendship with me." Which is awesome.