At La Flor, Marty is still sucking up to his new tribemates, thanking them for picking him and saying it's awesome to be in their camp. Jud interviews that he was upset about the switch at first, but now he's happy with how things worked out, seeing as how his alliance still has the numbers, he's still in his nice camp, and that horrible NaOnka girl who hates him isn't around. Marty asks what the camp rules are, expecting La Flor to have the same "protocol" that Espada did. The Other Kelly looks confused, possibly not knowing what "protocol" means. Brenda says they don't really have any rules or work to do. "Well. I like these kids!" Jane interviews. Like Holly, she quickly endears herself to the young people, telling Brenda and Kelly B. not to trust Marty and Jill. She interviews that she's wanted to get rid of them for a long time but never could get the numbers to do it, as Marty and Jill are "tight as ticks," by which she seems to mean two ticks in the act of mating. Is that an actual Southern saying, or did Jane just make it up?
Marty asks Jud if the old La Flor got any immunity idol clues. Jud says they did, but he never got to see it, as NaOnka shoved Kelly B. (cut to a shot of Kelly B.'s artificial leg, just in case you forgot) out of the way, took the clue, and ran off. Marty can't believe that NaOnka didn't share the clue with everyone and that La Flor didn't kick her ass out. "I guess we don't really know what we're doing," Jud says. Marty interviews that La Flor seems to be lacking leadership, then gets the entire tribe together to say that he just heard from Jud about what happened to their immunity idol clue and can't believe they let that kind of behavior slide. "That would be like cancer in a tribe," he says. Is he forgetting or not realizing that La Flor never had the chance to vote NaOnka or anyone out after that incident, what with Espada losing all the immunity challenges? With that, Marty says he wants his new tribe to know that he is honest and forthcoming, and to that end, he reveals that he has an immunity idol. Oh. He probably should have talked to Jill before he said that, because I'll bet she would have told him not to. Because that's dumb. Marty reasons that Jane was probably going to tell them that he had it anyway, so at least now it looks like he volunteered the information. That's actually a good point. While the young people cheer for Marty's honesty, Brenda interviews that she actually thinks Marty is arrogant and they all think he's an idiot for showing them that he had the idol. She says his attempt to become the king of their camp isn't going to fly. Marty then hangs the idol on a tree branch, just to show off. "That is the dumbest thing he could've done," Brenda concludes.