They, meanwhile, are both down by the river talking about how Sierra is the next person to go and is stupid not to realize that. I think she does realize that and would still rather be voted out next than play the game with Douche and Debbie, which makes her awesome. Debbie and Douche decide that their only hope lies with Stephen and J.T. being true to their word. Douche thinks he'll be able to work on J.T. to make sure of that, even though that hasn't worked in the past. Douche interviews that Sierra has no loyalty in this game, so there's no hope of the remaining Tempurans getting back together to form a majority alliance. And whose fault is that, praytell? Could it be the guy who sought out and aligned with the strongest member of the tribe who had half the numbers his own did?
And so, the Jalapeños return to camp and Douche pulls J.T. aside for a confidential conversation because Douche honestly believes those still exist in this game. He lays his cards out for the eighty millionth time and asks J.T. how he feels about voting out Sierra, then Erinn, and then Taj. J.T. says that sounds great, of course. Douche interviews that after talking to J.T., he was confident that Sierra would be going home next. He's not really that confident, though, since he then tells J.T. a story about how Sierra tried re-form the Tempura alliance when he, Stephen, and Taj were off on the reward. Douche claims that he immediately told her he would never turn against his alliance, and would never "get in bed with a snake" who will do whatever it takes to stay in the game "without any honor." Except join an alliance with you, Douche, although I'm not even sure he remembers that anymore. In fact, I really believe that he thinks that everything went down the way he just described it to J.T. Douche interviews that he doesn't trust Sierra, and he does trust J.T. "All in all, a very good day's work," he says.
Meanwhile, Sierra has gone to Stephen and told him a truthful version of events, that Douche and Debbie tried to convince her to join their alliance against the Jalapeños, and when she said she was going to play for herself and no one else in this game, "they both went bananas!" Actually, only Debbie went bananas. Douche just kind of sat there and didn't do anything, like always. Stephen interviews that a four-way Tempura alliance is his worst nightmare. He tells Sierra that he'd like to "include" her in their alliance, but he can't be sure that she isn't lying to him right now. Sierra starts crying and says she's sick of playing games and is the last person anyone should be worried about right now. True. After the answers in the reward challenge, Sierra would be my first choice to take to the Final Two with me.