So now, as you might reasonably have anticipated, it's Ozzy and Candice. Candice blows him a kiss, which...no. It rains harder, because the universe thinks she should not blow kisses idly. Candice inches down the pole. Jeff points out that this is her first move in "over two hours," and then she slides down again. Ozzy has not moved an inch from the top of the pole. Candice jumps down at two hours and fifteen minutes, Ozzy having never budged. He wins immunity. "I feel like an old man," he says. Jeff puts the necklace around Ozzy, and sends the tribe back to camp to figure out what they're doing about the vote. Should be easy, right? Sure! Future looks bright! Tribe against tribe!
After commercials, we are back at camp. Asked if her feet hurt, Candice confirms that they do, and then accepts deserved props for staying up on the pole so long. Ozzy claims that, after an hour, he was thinking, "This is gonna suck." I like that the other guys were all gone by the time Ozzy started thinking it wasn't fun. Nate tells us he's glad that Ozzy got immunity, because Nate respects him. Candice asks Ozzy how much longer he could have stayed up, and Ozzy makes it clear that he wasn't particularly close to dropping out. Adam interviews that he thinks today just proves why they need to get rid of Ozzy, but since they can't, tonight, they will be getting rid of Yul. In an interview, Parvati says that you have to get rid of Yul at this point, because he's so incredibly smart. She calls him "Mr. Harvard Yale Stanford Guy," adding that he's also very strong, so they want him out as quickly as possible. I don't know about you, but I'm thinking about my future, and it's my glorious life as Mrs. Harvard Yale Stanford Guy!