More moon shots and a scan of the landscape bring us to Jackée, where Jenna heads off into the jungle with Deena, while Rob Base(ment) looks on in amused curiosity. In a confessional, Deena condescendingly says, "The mistake that Alex made at the immunity challenge…was to lose the immunity challenge." She claims that Alex needed to win to "save his heinie" but it didn't happen. She then volunteers that she would have needed to feel really threatened in order to eat "that grotesque thing," but since everyone is with her, why should she even try? Didn't she learn anything from Roger? Jenna asks Deena what's going on, and Deena again states that Alex has to go next. Jenna agrees that it's "understandable." Deena cockily continues her confessional, telling us that she adequately convinced Jenna of Alex's threat, "so he's gone." She obnoxiously singsongs, "Bye, bye, Alex. Bye, bye, Alex." This kind of behavior seems more personal than strategic, so I wonder if there's some conflict between the two of which we're unaware. They both floss their teeth before pinky-swearing on voting off Alex. Jenna tells us in a confessional that Deena betrayed her alliance and stabbed the other members of the group in the back. Now, she's incredibly disappointed and shocked, and she can't forgive Deena's behavior.
Alex sits on the shoreline looking morose. Jenna joins him, telling him that it's the first time she's been pissed off in the game. He agrees. Jenna then repeats Deena approached her about voting Alex off next, and didn't we already see this conversation? Alex thinks Deena wants an all-women final four, and Jenna mocks her for saying, "We control this game." She whines that Deena has said that to everyone. Jenna adds that Deena bragged about having Rob Base(ment) wrapped around her finger, and that Rob Base(ment) in turn has Matthew wrapped around his finger. As we will soon find out, the latter part of that statement is more accurate than the first part. Either they're very paranoid or Deena is nearby, as this conversation takes place in whisper. Jenna points out that if Rob Base(ment) turns on them, they're screwed.
Now Deena, Rob Base(ment), and Christy are off on their own covert mission. Rob Base(ment) voice-overs that he's been getting information from both Alex and Deena, which is a precarious position to be in because it could backfire. Deena again states that Alex is the biggest threat, because he could "make a power play" with the girls in order to eliminate the rest of the competition. She insists that she doesn't want that to happen, while Rob Base(ment) looks around shiftily. She then tries to flatter Rob Base(ment) by claiming that he has more control over "the Butch and Matt thing," whom she says he can lead to do anything. As we see shots of Matthew and Butch fishing (is all they do -- fish?), Deena voice-overs that Rob Base(ment) is "doing his own little work" with Matt, who will then talk to Butch. She credits this to all her "little fingers outreaching," and claims the pieces are falling into place with the girls playing their part. She fakes a "phew!" Deena asks Rob Base(ment) if it's agreed that Alex is next, and he looks compromised as he responds, "I think so." With as much lying as he does, you'd think he'd be better at it. He tells us in a confessional that both Deena and Alex think they have the same votes lined up to vote the other off, and they also both think their plans are foolproof. He continues, "It's like…we're in the mob, and that there's gonna be a hit on one of my friends, and I really have to look the other way and act like everything's hunky dory." Except he pronounces it "honkey dorey." And again, don't only older people (and last season's Penny) use expressions like that? Rob Base(ment) concludes by claiming that the one person "who gets the hit tonight," will be the one person who least expects it.