As Dan creeps towards the shield, Jane is the first to decide that she has the shield down and head for the start. Probst announces this loudly, causing Jud and Holly to decide that they should head back as well. I wish Probst would shut his fucking mouth. It gives the others knowledge that they shouldn't have that Jane is heading back, and they obviously changed their game because of it. Sash starts to head back while Jud is the first to make it back to his shield. Jane and Holly quickly follow. Unfortunately for Holly, in her franticness to dump the contents of her bags, she dropped one on the ground and it costs her precious seconds to find it. As Jud puts an incorrect piece on the shield (it's a sword, but not the correct length, which has to be particularly hard to tell when you doing this by touch) Chase and Dan make their way back to the start. It seems that the extra time Chase spent feeling up his shield helped, as he puts the correct sword on. Jud did not, so when he asks Probst if his shield is correct, Probst has to tell him that it isn't. He seems to know exactly where he went wrong and reaches for the correct sword. While it looks like Chase might beat him out to the solution ... Jud asks Probst to check his shield out again, and this time, it's correct. Hooray! Jud is smart after all! Jane removes her blindfold sadly, guessing that she'll be going home tonight. Well, you should have tried to get something going with Dan and Jud when you had the chance.
The Final Six return to camp and pretend to be happy for Jud and his win. Sash interviews that Jud's win puts them all in a "tight spot" because they all apparently planning on voting him out tonight and never imagined that he'd win immunity. The obvious choice to vote out tonight is Jane, so Chase tells Jud that he thinks Dan is "about done." Jud agrees, but wants to vote Jane out tonight and Dan after her. If I were Jud, I would be rallying hard to vote Dan out tonight, because then in the next vote, they'll have to choose between him and Jane, and they're obviously going to keep him over her. They'd vote Jud out in a second over Dan, though. Chase shrugs, and Jud asks if he's rallying for Dan because he doesn't want to vote Jane out. If that's the case, Jud says, then Chase really needs to think about this because voting Jane out tonight should be a "no brainer." Jud interviews that he's worried that Chase won't be able to vote Jane out.
Chase heads for Sash to convince him to keep Jane over Dan, saying they're "taking a big risk" by voting her out tonight. Really? I think they're taking a big risk by not voting her out tonight. Keep her around, and she may well immunity her way to the end. Sash chooses his words carefully, knowing that he's dealing with a wishy-washy moron. He says they have to vote Jane out sometime, so it might as well be now. Chase doesn't get it. "I think it's a win-win sending Dan home tonight," he says. Sash is kind of speechless. Finally, he says if they don't vote Jane out now, then she could "sneak in" to the end. Speaking of sneaking, Holly appears besides them. She's not sold on voting Jane out tonight, either, saying she wants to take her to the Final Four. These people are idiots. Jane will kill them in the final immunity challenge. It's usually some kind of endurance thing, and Jane rocks those. I guess Holly realizes that, as next thing you know, she and Sash are agreeing that voting Jane out now is their best chance to make it to the end and one of them to win. Chase interviews that Holly and Sash are set on voting Jane out now, while he wants her to be in the Final Four and figures he can beat her in the final immunity challenge.