Duel time! Ozzy and Edna show up to learn about the challenge. They have to solve a sliding puzzle to obtain a hatchet, and then use the hatchet to chop a rope and release a bag of four cubes. The cubes have different colors on each side. Then they have to stack the cubes four high, and place them so that the colors do not repeat on a side. Winner sticks around, and loser goes to the jury. And... go!
Ozzy gets his hatchet fairly quickly, and then cuts the rope with one chop, so he's moving on to the cube puzzle while Edna is still trying to get her hatchet out. Albert starts calling out instructions to Edna, along with Sophie, while Ozzy is struggling with the cubes. Edna finally gets her hatchet and the cubes quickly, so now it's all about figuring out the puzzle. Sophie and Albert continue to call out advice, and Probst can't shut up about how they voted Edna out and now they're helping her, while Ozzy is alone. I mean, is it so crazy that they would rather see Edna come back than Ozzy? That said, I think people yelling advice would make me mental, and I would tell them to shut it. Edna thinks she's got it and starts placing the cubes quickly. She calls Probst over to check but she doesn't have it. Meanwhile, Ozzy has figured it out, and he wins. Edna gets her final speech and her speech pattern hasn't gotten any less annoying. Everyone bids her farewell and she burns her buff. At least Ozzy kept his trap shut this time and didn't have to publicly gloat about how awesome he is.
Everyone returns from watching the duel, and a few of them discuss how they are feeling drained and tired. Fatigue is setting in. Albert interviews that when they first formed their alliance, they talked about honor and integrity, but he doesn't care about honor and integrity at all in the game of Survivor. Am I supposed to think he's a villain because of this? Because I really don't. He's right. That's not what this game is about, unless it's the only way to win in the specific circumstances you're facing. Brandon and Albert discuss their endgame. Brandon thinks there's no way that he, Albert, and Coach aren't the final three. Albert adds that they'll vote out Sophie next, and that they really need to win the next three challenges so that they can get rid of Sophie, and then Ozzy if he returns, and then Rick. Brandon thinks that this outcome is fate and God's will. Albert interviews that he's been pretending that he won't vote out Brandon because he thinks it's his best option. Brandon interviews that he made an agreement with Albert and he thinks they're all set. Well, I'm sure that will totally work out. Nothing ever goes pear-shaped on this show. People always keep their word and act in completely predictable and sensible ways.