Various reptiles crawl through the grass as Cirie and Natalie have a chat. Cirie says she hates when the game gets down to four people and wishes they could have a Final Four instead of a Final Three. Natalie stays quiet, and Cirie asks her if she's promised anyone else her vote. I'm not sure if she means her jury vote or her vote at tribal council tonight. Either way, Natalie says she has not. "Good," Cirie says. Natalie studies her face, then tells us that she thinks she can use Cirie's apparent nervousness in regards to jury votes against her by going to Parvati and trying to strike a deal with her. And here's where I start worrying about my Cirie again. She can't go home now, right? She just can't! Natalie says she thinks Parvati would "go out on a limb" for her, and I laugh in her face. Parvati's not going out on a limb for anyone except Parvati.
Meanwhile, Amanda and Parvati are talking about their chances with the jury. Parvati seems to think that they'll be splitting the jury votes and Cirie won't get any, so she clearly hasn't been watching the same show I was. They do think Cirie will "pull out all the stops" and is probably trying to get Natalie's jury vote right now. Amanda tells us that their plan has always been her, Parvati, and Cirie for the Final Three. But, she says, Cirie could be a threat to them in terms of winning jury votes, and she doesn't want Natalie to go. Well, that's different than what we just saw her and Parvati saying about Cirie not being able to get jury votes. Is she a threat or not, guys? Amanda tells Parvati that Cirie knows that if Natalie won the immunity challenge today, they all would be voting Cirie out tonight. With that, Amanda claims that she doesn't know who she's voting for tonight. Parvati says Natalie played a great game, while Cirie "got lucky" to be in their alliance. Well, fuck you, Parvati. I'm pretty sure Cirie was the one making all of the moves that put your little alliance on the top of this game. If it wasn't for Cirie, you'd all be begging immunity-having Erik not to vote you out at this point.