Only four people have a chance at immunity. Brett steps up to shoot his first of two arrows. He lands on the target, although not super close to the bullseye. Jaison goes next and shoots well over the target, eliminating him from a chance at immunity. Monica is up third, and before she shoots Probst reminds us all that she's only here because Dave Ball broke one of her tiles. Her shot lands on the target, but just barely and definitely not closer to the bullseye than Brett. She's out. Then it's Mick's turn. He gets inside Brett's spot to take the lead, but Brett has one more shot left. Unfortunately, the crossbow thing they're using to take all these shots sucks and the arrows are weak and flimsy and don't have feathers on the back to make them aerodynamically stable, so his last shot weakly sinks down below the bullseye and just outside of Mick's. Mick wins immunity. The Foa Foa curse has been broken! And Shambo is ready to say good-bye to Laura at Tribal Council, saying it is her "destiny to go home." That's a better destiny than Shambo's, which is, of course, to be remembered by a national audience solely for having silly hair.
Back at camp, Li'l Russell does some more evil swinging in the hammock while Laura takes out her loser rage on a coconut. Li'l Russell interviews that Shambo will definitely vote for Laura tonight, which means they'll have a 5-5 tie at Tribal between Laura and whoever Galu chooses unless they can convince one more Galu to join in with them. Shambo runs over to Brett and tells him that she's dead set on voting for Laura tonight and that Galu is through. Why would she tell him? Why is she telling anyone anything? She should really just leave this stuff to someone else who knows the first thing human behavior and has at least some common sense. Brett just looks sad and walks away while ridiculous poignant music plays.
Meanwhile, Dave Ball and Laura report to John for some number crunching. Their plan is to vote for Li'l Russell tonight at Tribal so they can flush out the idol if he has it. "Incorrect. The answer is Natalie," John says simply, noting that she's the only Foa Foa member who didn't look for the idol and thus the least likely to have it and use it against Galu. John then interviews that the Galu alliance is full of people with "pathetic analytical skills." "Let's telegraph a move to Russell -- you're an idiot. Let's sit back and let's piss off Shambo -- you're an idiot. Let's sit back and vote off Erik over a thirty-second decision -- you're an idiot." He's right on all counts except that last one. Erik was the right decision for most of Galu because he was trying to break them apart first. And just because John didn't know about the decision until thirty seconds before Tribal doesn't mean it wasn't in the works for longer with the others.