Speaking of Erinn, she's at Exile with no new idol and no ability to start a fire before the rain starts pouring down. No fire means no food, warmth, or fresh water. Just a burlap sack to use as a blanket while the rain pours down endlessly. Erinn interviews, still looking pretty soaked, that she's not an outdoorsy girl and she never thought she'd be able to do something like this.
And back at Camp Forza, Douche and Debbie decide this is the best time for them to make a move they should have made days ago: get rid of the Jalapeño alliance. Douche thinks that Erinn will be angry at Stephen for sending her to Exile and thus disposed to align back with Tempura. Do they really not see how Erinn being sent to Exile only further illustrates her alliance with them? All they think they need now is Sierra. No problem, right? "Sierra, you would go with whatever Coach decided, wouldn't you?" Debbie asks Sierra, who has been silent up until this point. "I don't know right now," she replies. Heh. Heh heh heh heh. I love it when people reap what they sow. It so seldom seems to happen in real life. Douche can't even look at her as he says he thought she said she'd be loyal to them. Sierra says she had every intention of doing that until Douche and Debbie tried to vote her out. "You didn't save me like I asked you to. And they did," Sierra says. She sounds emotionless and flat, but you can't tell me there isn't a little tiny part of her that is enjoying the hell out of this. I certainly am! "So that's how it's gonna be? You're next then, baby," Douche fires back. Because that's how you win someone you betrayed over, by threatening her. "I'm gonna ask you this again, Sierra," he says. Sierra walks away first. Ha! But Douche can't stand to lose control and power and demands to know where Sierra's loyalty lies right this very instant. Sierra says she has no loyalty to anyone right now. Which is actually good news for Debbie and Douche, since it means that they can win her loyalty back simply by presenting her with a clear, concise, and reasonable explanation of how Sierra will benefit more by siding with her old Tempura tribemates than by switching over to the Jalapeño three. She even tries to prod something like that out of Douche and Debbie, saying "you guys are in some big trouble right now. You guys have two people." But this simply confuses and angers Debbie, who puts on a sour lemon face and snaps that Sierra has no idea who is in her alliance right now. Except that if it was more than two people then Debbie and Douche wouldn't be approaching Sierra in the first place. Duh.