As I threw myself into an overly analytical and probably wrongheaded dissection of the consequences of all this, just as I usually do, I wondered whether it was actually really lucky for Yul that Ozzy won immunity here instead of Yul, in addition to it being lucky that Adam didn't win. If Yul had won immunity here, there would be huge temptation to boot Ozzy. Huge. And Becky'd admitted already that she had it on her mind. Suppose Becky decided to push this, and she got together with Yul, and he went along, and they got together with Adam and booted Ozzy? Then look at the F4, and look at Adam with a one in four chance at winning immunity and getting in front of the jury. How would Adam do on that final challenge they're going to have later? I mean, he probably wouldn't win, but...I don't think we know. Of course, this is the problem they created by booting Jonathan instead of Adam, and if Yul had won immunity here, I think it would do nothing but hurt his chances of winning the money, not that he could have entirely understood this at the time. But not that I would put it past him to have understood it, either.
Back at camp, Ozzy tells us that he feels really good about winning the challenge. "Now, the competition is ourselves," he says. He says that he sees Yul as the biggest competition. He just wants to win two more immunities and get his spot in F2. The Aitu four are chatting, and Yul is partly just happy that there are only two nights left. Yul tells us that he's very glad the Aitu four are going to be the final four, and he's also glad he has the Idol Formerly Known As Hidden, because that should get him to F3. "I have maneuvered myself into a very good position," he says. He's hoping things won't get "ugly." "Guys, congratulations," Yul tells the Aitus. "Finally did it." "Black, brown, and yellow power!" Sundra says, with a sort of sarcastic "fuck Mark Burnett, but nevertheless" kind of attitude, which is basically how I feel about it also. Adam rests in the shelter. He tells us in an interview that Yul is "in control of the game." Struggling to make himself feel like he did something of value here, he says he'd like to get the idol away from Yul "just to stir it up" as he's on his way out. So he likes Yul, but not as much as he likes feeling important.