"However you feel, Jane, but I'm staying on here," Chase says. Jane says her fingers are "about ready to go." "I'm pretty secure," Chase says. Jane tells Probst she's going to let go. Probst will not have this: "Jane, dig! Don't you dare give up on this challenge!" Then he has to seem fair so he adds "both of you!" The contestants, on the other hand, are clearly cheering for Jane. She's shaking and exhausted, but Chase has to keep readjusting until he loses his balance and falls in the water, giving Jane another awesome immunity win. She's not so spent that she can't pull herself back up to the pole rather than fall into the water, and Probst gives her a hand, saying she earned it. He puts the immunity necklace on her and sends the group on their way. Ben interviews that not only did he lose, but he also lost to a 56-year-old woman.
But everyone has to pretend to be happy for Jane as they return to camp. Jane, of course, is thrilled and still doesn't see how coming across as such a threat makes her that much more important for the others to vote out as soon as possible. Jane credits her victory to all the big dogs' toenails she's cut as part of her job and the finger and grip strength that gave her. She adds that Brenda is probably going home tonight unless she can get her hands on an idol.
Chase talks to Sash and says they're all "good" right now. Sash nods and asks who they're targeting "first," because he still seems to think he has some power in this game. Chase and Sash agree on Ben and Chase interviews once again that he wants Ben out because he wants to play this game with people he trusts (which is impossible, moron) and he doesn't trust Ben.
NaOnka talks to Sash about Chase. They agree that he's annoying and paranoid and it's driving them all crazy. In fact, NaOnka says, Chase pissed her off so much yesterday that she reached "highest point of pisstivity." Damn, when NaOnka says stuff like that and plays the way she's been playing lately, I really wish she hadn't been so horrid in the beginning that it's now impossible for me to like her. Because I probably would. A lot. Also, she tells Sash about the plot to get rid of Brenda. She proposes it as a way for them both to make a "huge power move" and Sash agrees that it would be without letting on that the thought of voting out his closest ally terrifies him. Instead, he runs to an interview and says that the tide is obviously turning and he's starting to worry for the first time in this game.