For Jaison's good-bye speech, he says he's pissed that Li'l Russell didn't give him a heads up that he was being voted out considering their tight alliance. And now he's rooting for Brett.
The Final Four return to camp. "Thank you, Lord," Natalie says. Lord's like: "Yo, shut up, I had nothing to do with this. I don't even watch CBS. I watch the Christian channel. Gabriel and I like to make fun of the Christian rock group music videos." Brett reminds us that he's surrounded by Foa Foa members and he's banking on winning the immunity challenge because that's his only strategy.
A new day dawns. Brett and Li'l Russell walk on the beach. Li'l Russell asks Brett if he thinks he'd beat Li'l Russell in front of a jury. Brett, of course, refrains from saying "Fuck, yeah." Instead, he just says "I don't know" and "It'd be pretty close." What's Li'l Russell up to with this? He explains to us that Brett could win the next immunity challenge and he wants to make sure Brett takes Li'l Russell to the end with him. Ha! As if Brett, Natalie, and Mick would get together and plan to vote Li'l Russell out. They are not capable of this. He tells Brett that he wants to make it to the Final Three with the two people who "deserve it the most." Brett agrees, saying he'd rather lose to someone who played a good game than beat someone who didn't. Brett says this because he's like 15 and thus can't wrap his head around how awesome having a million dollars is. Possibly also because he knows that no matter who he's in the Final Three with, he's going to win. Li'l Russell then makes an alliance with Brett that whoever wins the immunity challenge will "bring" the other to the Final Three, even though you don't have that kind of control in this game. You do when it's a Final Two, but not a Final Three. Whatever, it's not like Li'l Russell intends on keeping up his end of the bargain anyway. He's just making this alliance because he's addicted to making alliances and hasn't made one with Brett yet. They shake on it. Li'l Russell says this is his "insurance policy" that no matter who wins immunity, they'll take Li'l Russell with them. That also means that no matter who is voted out at the next Tribal Council, he or she will be pissed at Li'l Russell for breaking his promise. Good plan! Brett and Li'l Russell fetch the treemail as Li'l Russell interviews that if he wins immunity today, he will definitely win the entire game. "This is how I want it to be," he says.