The tribe returns to camp and Douche can't stop talking about how awesome it is that he won the immunity necklace. "Guess there won't be a blindside of old Coach Wade tonight, will there?" he says, forgetting that you don't have to be voted out to be blindsided. For example, three days ago when Douche was blindsided by the ouster of Tyson. Douche wants to make sure his hero J.T. heard him call out "Dragonslayer" as he won, proving once again that he has no idea how lame that made him sound. While everyone else sits around rolling his eyes awesomely, Douche says today's challenge was his "forté," as if throwing a grappling hook and being really good at a giant version of Labyrinth is all that cool or special. Douche says his meditation, prayer, and "focusing technique" were what got him the win, which isn't true since I didn't see him doing any stupid warrior poses during the challenge. But perhaps I'm wrong, and "you better believe it, baby!" is now a term used in prayer. He continues that he's very secure with his place in the game and his alliance with Debbie, Stephen, and J.T.
While Douche stands by the water and poses like he's in a Wrangler ad, Sierra gets a moment alone with J.T. and Taj and tells them that they might want to rethink their alliance with Douche and Debbie because they tried to form an alliance against them with her and Erinn. J.T. says Douche told him the opposite, so he doesn't know who to trust. Sierra swears on a holy Bible that isn't present that she's telling the truth, but that's really not enough in this game, so she offers to confront Douche about it in front of everyone to prove he's a liar. Douche walks in carrying the skinniest of twigs, and it's time for fun.