The new tribe goes to the old Tempura camp, where J.T. immediately remarks upon the amount of pots there are waiting for them. The Tempura members, meanwhile, are very happy to see all those comfort items. Taj takes a seat in the rope swing, although I can't tell if it's the one Douche built or the one Brendan made. I'm hoping it's Brendan's. We just can't stop hearing from J.T., who interviews that he was not impressed with Tempura's shelter, which he calls a "dollhouse." It's the best Sierra could do all by herself, J.T. Don't you judge. The men of the new tribe immediately decide to rebuild the shelter, while the women sit around fanning themselves. Debbie suggests giving the new people tour of the place, and Joe limps up to join in. Stephen looks pensive, then interviews that the people of Tempura are pretty much in control here, and his tribe is dependent on their "good graces." More like you're dependant on looking like the weakest member of the tribe so you'll be the last to be voted out.
With that, J.T. and Douche go off to fish. Douche says he's more of a fly fisherman himself, as there's an "art" to casting. More like he's seen A River Runs Through It too many times. He graciously admits to not being an "expert," however. Douche interviews that as soon as he saw J.T.'s cowboy boots, he took him for an open and honest good ol' boy. This somehow makes J.T. and Douche kindred spirits, as they love the outdoors and are both warriors. With that, Douche suggests that they talk about the game while they fish, and J.T. is more than happy to oblige, and opens by cleverly saying it looks to him like Brendan thinks he's in control of the entire game. I think someone's been getting some good advice from Stephen on how to use egos to drive a wedge. Douche tries to sound unconcerned when he asks J.T. who told him that, and J.T. immediately says Taj. He then says he's almost positive that Brendan has the idol, while his open, honest face that Douche described says he has no idea if Taj has it, "if she does, there's two idols." Douche falls for all of it, and decides that now is a good time to give everything away. First, he tells J.T. that he has sworn he will not lie in this game, and hopes J.T. will not lie to him. Hee hee hee. J.T. interviews that he saw cracks in Tempura right away and planned to exploit them. "It's hard to keep six people from different walks of life to stick together when they hate each other. So I'm here to make sure everybody hates each other," J.T. interviews. I still think he got all of that from Stephen. With that, J.T. proposes blind-siding Brendan to get the idol out of the game. Douche interviews that he always thought Brendan was "a little bit squirrelly," which is totally not true since he ran up to Brendan like ten minutes into the game and tried to form a strong people alliance. Now that Douche knows that Brendan lied to him about having the idol, it's war.