Third question: who would never survive on their [sic] own? Oh, PLEASE let the majority have answered Douche! But no, it's Debbie. And everyone except for J.T. and Douche, who guessed Sierra, agrees. Debbie laughs that she wouldn't last on her own because she'd have no one to talk to. Good. Send her to Exile. Taj chops at Douche, and Erinn does the honors and takes him out of the game. Have fun on the bench with Sierra, Douche! Debbie will soon join him, as Stephen takes her out. She gets to chop before she goes, and instead of chopping J.T. or Stephen, she chops Erinn. When Debbie sits down, we can clearly see the Jalapeno + Erinn alliance standing tall, still very much in the game.
Fourth question: who would you trust with your life? Of course, everyone says J.T., including J.T., who definitely believes in his own hype no matter how much he tries to disguise that fact with his humble Southern accent. J.T. interviews that everyone seems to trust him even though they all already know he's not very trustworthy in this game. "It seems like people would catch onto that," he says. Truly, he is playing with morons. And honestly, out of that group, who else is there to choose? Debbie can't survive on her own, Douche is insane, and the rest of them are pampered city folk with few survival skills. Taj cuts J.T.'s rope. He cuts Erinn's, which takes her out of the game. That was kind of dumb, since Erinn still has one chop to make and turns right around and takes J.T. out in return. Douche warmly greets J.T. on his way to the bench because Douche is an idiot. Since Stephen was lucky enough to get the last chop, he chops Taj's rope and puts himself in the lead. Stephen and Taj exchange playful banter that really should make Douche and Debbie wonder just how loyal Stephen would be to them over her.
Fifth question: who is most likely to stab you in the back? Of course, they both say Sierra, since that's the safest answer if not the most truthful. It's also the correct answer, and Sierra takes it personally because she doesn't understand strategy and diplomacy. Taj and Stephen cut each other's ropes, leaving Taj with just one hit left.