Sash and Marty have a discussion on the beach. Sash tells him that the plan tonight is to give Marty three votes. If he plays the idol, then Jill goes home and the idol has been flushed. If he doesn't play it, then he goes and the idol has still been flushed. But, Sash says, there is a third way: Marty gives Sash his idol and Sash gives him his word, "man-to-man," that Marty isn't going home tonight. Marty does not laugh in Sash's face, but says his offer is meaningless since he'll just be voted out the next time. Sash has an answer for that: if they lose the next immunity challenge, he'll give Marty his idol back. Marty is actually considering this for reasons beyond my comprehension. He says he won't vote Jill out. Sash says he won't have to. "I think it makes sense," Sash concludes. Yeah, except the part where it doesn't. And also the part where the last time we saw someone give immunity away on Survivor, it blew up in his face and he won that "stupidest moment in Survivor history" award. One of his fellow nominees also gave immunity away, and we are still laughing at him.
Meanwhile, Bob spent most of his season not giving a shit about anything and even he was smart enough not to give his immunity away to Ken. AND THEN HE WON. Marty interviews that he's pretty much powerless now, even with the idol, so he might as well give it to Sash. He figures that if he doesn't give it to Sash, he's going to have to play it and then he'll lose it anyway. But if he does give it to Sash, while he might be going home tonight, he may also gain Sash's trust and shake things up. Which is a good point, I guess, but I'd still hold onto that idol, play it at Tribal, and hope that I found the next idol or La Flor didn't lose another immunity challenge until the merge. And so, Marty gives the idol to Sash, but not without a stupid little speech about how the idol can be both a blessing and a curse. They shake on it, and Sash says "we're in this together." Marty interviews that his hope is that if Sash is true to his word, it'll get him through to the merge. Meanwhile, Sash sticks his newly-acquired idol in his pocket and interviews that he doesn't even have to dig for idols; if he asks for them, he gets them. As long as he asks a gullible idiot. Which, actually, describes most of the people in this game. "Marty made a big mistake," Sash says.
La Flor arrives at Tribal. Probst starts in with Jud, asking him if Espada now has the momentum after winning lots of challenges and rewards. Jud says of course they do, but La Flor is still a strong tribe with just as much chance of winning the next challenge. Probst then asks Jane what things were like around camp today considering the craziness that was their last Tribal. Jane says that the people who "mesh together" made a "decision" on who to vote out tonight and it was that simple. Probst asks Jane if it's obvious who is on the outs in this tribe. She says it definitely is, and Marty agrees, adding that while some of the old people tried to help out around camp and incorporate themselves into the new tribe, that deceitful lying bitch Jane "flip-flopped." "She'll go wherever the wind blows in terms of making sure that she saves her own skin," he says, because if he's going down, he's going to try to take Jane with him. Jane says she figured that when she was put on the yellow tribe, she when they "became yellow. " That's not really an answer, but Probst asks Brenda if she agrees. Brenda says that Jane was a genuine person who it was easy for her to form a "natural friendship" with. Probst asks Jill if she wouldn't mind contributing a few thoughts, seeing as how she hasn't really spoken in like three episodes now. Jill says there's an obvious "old-young division" in La Flor, and it's a frustrating situation that she's been placed in, but she just has to try to play her way out of it. Or do absolutely nothing and wait to get picked off, as she has been doing up until and including this point.