Ready...go! The tribes run down the beach and hop in their boats. Both tribes get their first bags. The way the bags are arranged, the teams have to cross paths as they go from the first bag to the second, and as they go, the boats ram each other. Rafe gives Yaxha a shove, and Nakum is first to its second bag. Yaxha eventually gets back on track. Nakum winds up ahead by the time they get back to the shore, although Yaxha makes up some ground along the way.
The first person to throw for Nakum is Steph. It takes her a few hits, but she has the tile broken before Yaxha, which was only a few boat lengths behind them coming to the beach, even gets Brian up there as its first thrower. So now it's Brian against Judd, who's trying for the distant target, trying to be a hero again. Brian is told to tag out by his team, and Danni takes his place. Danni hits while Judd is still up there. Blake goes up for Yaxha, and Judd stays up. Blake hits, and Judd still stays up. Brandon goes up for Yaxha. Finally, Judd hits one, so it's 2-2. Jamie comes up, so Jamie and Brandon are throwing for the win. Farmer Beavis connects, and Steph's team is going to tribal council again. Jeff gives Yaxha the immunity idol. And Nakum? Tribal council. He sends everybody home.
Later at Nakum, still on Day 11, Steph is once again trying the argument that it's not that bad, because it will still be 7-7 after this tribal council. Rafe tells us that the 4-4 standoff is the issue going into the evening, and that the former Yaxha had it in mind the entire time to try to flip somebody to "get a leg up." They're hoping that the flipper will be Judd. As Steph and Rafe chat, they note that, among other things, Judd hates both Margaret and Brooke, so he should be easy to convince. Rafe tells us that he hopes it will all work out, but that a tie wouldn't surprise him.
Elsewhere, Cindy, Brooke, and Margaret take a walk, during which they say they'd really like to "keep the majority," but feel bad getting rid of hardworking Lydia, the saddest sack on the show, apparently. Poor, hardworking Lydia. Brooke interviews that the camp seems to be in agreement that they're voting off the weakest person: Lydia. The ladies agree to talk to Judd. Margaret tells us that they need to figure out how much loyalty Judd retains to his former tribe. (None! The answer is, none! There is no loyalty! Loyalty is for stupid people!)