Tribal Council! The contestants arrive and Probst calls in the jury. Douche makes sure to shake his head in disgust at the fact that Tyson is on the jury and not still playing with them. Probst talks to J.T. first, saying that with so few people left in the game, there aren't many places left to hide. Especially when you've managed to retain a big gut like J.T. has. J.T. says the game has changed, and now he's scared just to go fishing because it means leaving people behind at camp to possibly scheme against him. Probst turns to Debbie and asks if she agrees that the pressure is on now. Debbie says their "happy little family" isn't very happy anymore. Not true -- some members seem to be very happy still. Get it through your head that you don't speak for everyone in the tribe anymore, Debbie. Debbie says she does not enjoy "all this craziness" that's part of the game. Then don't try to form secret alliances and then cry when you get called out.
Probst asks Douche the same question, allowing him to point to a "catalyst" in the drama at camp and stating that he is standing firm in his original plan of how to play this game: with honor and keeping the strongest players around. Players like Debbie. And Stephen. LOL. Brendan and Tyson, who are Douche's idea of the strongest players in the game, exchange looks from their seat on the jury while Sierra rolls her eyes. Probst notices the eye roll and asks her about it. Sierra laughs and says that Douche was exposed as a liar at camp today when she called him and Debbie out for trying to align with her against Taj, Stephen, and J.T. She says she told them they were up shit's creek and she wouldn't ally with them, but Douche turned around and told J.T. that she was the one trying to form an alliance with them. Sierra says she's happy to have proven that someone who claimed he could change this game and make it honest is just as much of a scheming liar as everyone else.