Day 9, Nakum. Judd and Margaret return to find a bunch of Yaxha-ites in their camp. Jamie is guzzling wine from the bottle (I feel you) as Margaret and Judd get the lowdown on the switch. Some chitchat starts up about "Squeee!" and winning challenges. Margaret interviews that she no longer feels safe. The tribe then experiences its first rainstorm as Margaret tells us how mixed up she feels. She predicts that the old members of Nakum will stick together, but she's not sure what Yaxha is going to do. Margaret and Judd take a walk, and as they walk, he interviews that he doesn't care about the switch at all. He says that he's happy to be rid of all the alpha males from Nakum, because between himself, Blake, Bobby Jon, and Farmer Beavis, it was a "maletosterone thing." Well, ladies and gentlemen, I do love the maletosterone. It makes a nice balance to the girlstrogen. ["I thought Judd was a doorman, but he's sounding more like a glandocrinologist." -- Wing Chun] Judd says that, at the new Nakum, he's "the big gun." And then he does his King Kong impression, complete with chest-beating. Howlie: "Impressive. Are you done? Good. RAAAAAAR!"
Jamie and Steph sit together. "What's her name?" Steph wonders. "That girl, the law girl?" Excuse me, "the law girl"? Good Lord. Jamie says that the "law girl" is Brooke. Jamie says that Brooke is "cool and everything," but notes that she's not athletic. Steph says that if they could rid of Brooke, they could keep the four ex-Yaxha together by having Nakum "down in numbers." They suspect that Brooke may be better than Lydia, but they know that if they let Lydia go, they'll be at a numeric disadvantage. Steph says in an interview that they're going to try to get rid of Brooke to keep the numbers -- and besides, Lydia does a lot around camp. Lydia has really made those minnows last a long time. Steph and Jamie decide that they'll target Judd as their possible fifth vote. He and Steph have a Jersey bond, and he seems like the most likely choice. Judd comes up to talk to them, and he comments that when Jim's arm fell off and he was voted out, he never even got to come up to the top of the ruin where they are now. Irrelevant! Anyway. Steph asks Judd who the strongest girl of the three ex-Nakum is, and they agree that it's probably Margaret. Jamie says that Brooke looks, to them, to be the weakest. Steph also asks Judd whether he's tighter with Cindy or Margaret. Trying not to commit, Judd basically makes it clear he's not "tight" with either of them, really. He likes Jamie and Steph better! Steph plays into it, talking about their "natural click." And she totally is thinking "click," but if you heard it in your head as "clique"? You'd still be following the dynamic pretty much correctly. Jamie tells Judd that their move will be to get rid of Brooke. And then, he vows, they'll get rid of Lydia next. Because it's totally not about Pagonging, at all. They'll take turns. And then after that, they'll get rid of Margaret or Cindy. Jamie and Steph agree that Rafe will do whatever they tell him to do -- always a very dangerous assumption. Especially with that weird stripe of honor that Rafe seems to think he's supposed to sport, it's hard to tell what he might do.