Jeff asks Adam whether he tried to "work any magic," as if Adam knows the expression "work magic" in ways that wouldn't involve removing his pants. Adam talks about his efforts to get the idol out, which were perhaps not "magic," but at least weren't saying "huh-huh." Jeff wants to know from Becky why she would leave the idol in the game. He points out that, after tonight, Yul will have immunity next time, and Ozzy will probably have immunity from whatever the challenge is (let's not kid ourselves), so it's going to come down to Becky and Sundra. Why not make a move? Becky says that, for her, "it's not the right time for [the idol] to come out." Adam pipes up again, claiming that Becky is saying this because she wants Yul to protect her with the idol next time if he should win immunity himself. Adam insists that the two women have just ridden Yul here, so maybe they both think that if Yul wins immunity, he'll give one of them the idol. I don't think Sundra could possibly think Yul will give her the idol to force the elimination of Becky, but I certainly think Becky has it on her mind. So that's, like...half a point for Adam? Bringing him to a total of...half a point?
Yul makes the mistake of opening his trap at this juncture when he completely shouldn't, saying that he thinks maybe the reason the rest of the team doesn't want to knock the idol out is that the tribe has worked together and had cooperation, and...I think he's actually quite sincere in this, but it can't help sounding completely self-serving and ridiculous coming out of his particular mouth. Fortunately, as much of a forehead-slapping moment it is for anyone who likes Yul, Parvati's extravagant, troll-like, mouth-distorting "oh, please" face immediately snaps the sympathy right back to his side. She's like one of those girls on Top Model who has to be told not to intentionally do ugly things with her face. Dear Parvati: You don't look good snorty. Love, Miss Alli.