Probst ties the Immunity Necklace around Brandon's neck, and then tells him that he gets to choose a friend to share his pizza, but they have to eat it back at camp in front of everyone, and they can't share. Brandon chooses Rick. Rick? Really? Why Rick? I have no idea. Trying for a jury vote? I don't think Brandon thinks that strategically. Coach interviews that he believes in divine intervention, and it wasn't Brandon's time to go home tonight. Coach admits that he's pissed, but he's also at peace. Can you be both? I guess Coach can. He's complicated.
Hey, the pizza delivery guy is driving a jet ski! Because this show has to do everything in the corniest and also flashiest way possible! Sophie interviews that Brandon getting immunity was the worst possible outcome, so now they have to switch it up, and she wants to vote out Albert because he's getting more and more annoying and thinks he is the Strategy King. Sophie quickly asks Coach what he thinks and he just says, "Albert." So they're on the same page. I guess they are tight. I always thought Sophie was tighter with Albert than Coach.
Albert and Brandon have moved down the beach a bit to eat their pizza, which is nice. Sophie walks over, cool as a cucumber, and says that she just wants to smell their pizza, and after taking a whiff, she lies down and chats. Albert tells Coach that Sophie is doing some game-playing and trying to garner votes to get Albert out. Well, he's not wrong. Sophie tells Brandon and Rick that she's voting out Albert. But she doesn't have to do much selling; Rick says he was voting out Albert anyway, and then tells them about the scene we saw at the opening of the episode where Albert tried to convince Rick that they were going to the finals together. Rick knew it was bullshit, but went along. Brandon seems shocked to hear this, and interviews that there's a lot of lying going on at camp, and he needs to talk to Albert and see if he comes clean or tries to cover it up. Albert's reaction will determine Brandon's vote.