After another interlude in which adorable fish are put on display, Ozzy is sitting on the beach relaxing when a couple of women paddle up in a boat. Ozzy calls for Yul. They are both overjoyed to see, when the boat comes ashore, that it is filled with food. Yul and Ozzy hug. And then they holler, "BEEEECKYYYY!" Because Becky is off wandering. The women leave, and Yul drops to his knees and bows down to the food. Hee. He and Ozzy want to dive in, but they decide to wait for Becky. Now that's dedication. They then holler in unison: "BEEECKYYYY!" Ozzy interviews that he found it "a little symbolic" that he and Yul were the ones to actually receive the feast. Which...eh. I mean, Ozzy was lying around when it arrived, so it's not like Becky missed it because she was a lazy-ass and they were digging a well. Ozzy goes on to say that he thinks the jury vote is going to be between him and Yul. He doesn't think Becky will get any votes, particularly after the hideous display of fire-making non-prowess.
As it happens, the boys give up and start eating without Becky, so Ozzy has to yell for her with his mouth full. She hustles back when she realizes that there's food, and she's literally squealing, which is kind of cute. She runs back and leaps into Yul's embrace. Aw. Wouldn't we all. Yul talks about how great it is to close out the game with Becky after he started it with her such a long time ago. Yul tells us that "a really good friend is worth more than a million dollars." Amen to that. They all eat as Yul voices over that he did try to play with some integrity, but that he "failed in a lot of respects." I don't know about that, really. And then he says, "Hopefully, people won't hold it against me that I beat them." HA HA HA! Oh, Yul, you're adorable. If only we lived in that pretty, pretty world.
As he and the other two finalists get ready to leave for the final tribal council, Ozzy says that he has "pride," and he's representing Mexico. (Mexico: "What?") He thinks he has "broken a lot of stereotypes." He also says that he's "a surfer up against two lawyers," and it was right there when I started to figure Ozzy was going to win. That's a jury-friendly argument right there. He says he's hoping his actions will "speak for themselves." He's just hoping his dream will "take a step into reality." I think we could all stand to do that, frankly.