Nope! "I want more," Probst says. Jane is happy to oblige. She says she knows her alliance is voting her out tonight, so she's going to call some people out on her way out. Instead of, like, trying to find a way to stay in the game or a new alliance or anything, she's going to accept her fate and try to bring as many people down with her as possible. Here we go! While Dan looks over at the jurors all "oh my god, you guys. Can you believe what I have to live with out here?" Jane starts in on Holly. She says a good coach and mentor would never steal and destroy someone's expensive shoes, and she should go to jail for that. NaOnka giggles, clearly thrilled to bits to see that there will, after all, be someone on this show who is more childish than she is. Probst asks Jane if she's frustrated about something. Jane says she's upset because her alliance turned on her and they're voting her out tonight and not Dan. And then I guess Jane is not going to call Sash or Chase out on anything as she promised. Actually, she did, but I guess she said some things that we aren't allowed to hear and they cut it all out.
Probst decides to let someone else speak, asking Chase if Jane really was in an alliance or just thought she was. Chase says Jane surely was in their alliance, but this afternoon, three of them decided that it was in their best interests to vote her out lest she make it to the end, and they told her so. Probst decides to roll with Chase, Holly, and Sash's foolhardy transparency and honesty and asks them who is next in line to go if Jane is voted out tonight. Chase says it's "whoever doesn't win immunity next." "Fabio or Dan?" Probst asks. Chase asks Holly and Sash for the answer while the jury groans. Sash and Holly choose not to answer for a while, until finally, they say yes. Probst praises them for their "ballsy big move" of answering his question. What, like they had a choice? He was going to pin them down and force them to say a name. Probst asks Jud what he thinks about this, and Jud says it sounds like he has to win immunity. Jane agrees. Probst says there are three people in an alliance right now and three other people who could, you know, get together and pick someone in the other alliance to vote for and force a tie. He then impersonates his own mother unflatteringly and asks them why they don't do that. Jud, Dan, and Jane remain silent, so Probst basically tells Jane to pick someone in the other alliance to vote out. Jane picks Holly, since the other two have immunity idols. I'm sorry, but if those three couldn't get that together at camp, then they shouldn't be able to do it now, especially not at our supposedly impartial host's urging.