Back at camp, Adam, Nate, and Candice talk about wanting to vote for Yul, and that Jonathan isn't cooperating. Adam briefly floats the idea of giving Jonathan his way just this one time, and maybe going after somebody else, but Nate slams that idea down. Why? Pride! Pride, dude! He says that they can't let Jonathan come into the tribe and tell them what to do. "You and I are calling the shots, dog," says Nate angrily, hating the fact that Jonathan would presume to have his own opinion. Adam tries to point out that they can't be too reckless, because they need five votes with them, but Nate just keeps saying that they don't want to have Yul in the challenges. Adam interviews that Nate is sure it should be Yul, but also says he's kind of concerned about Nate in general, particularly because he's spending so much time hanging out with Ozzy. Candice says that Nate needs to "chill out."
Candice and Adam, sitting in the jungle. "This game's crazy," Adam says. "Bananas. Makes you think all the time. Bananas." Then he chews, and they kiss. Oh, how I wish I were joking. It's like two volleyballs running into each other. It's that warm.
Later, Jonathan manages to grab a chat with the Aitu-ites while the Rarovians are out in the water having a swim. He explains that it's a big decision for him, and says that he does feel some loyalty to Adam and Candice for keeping him in the game. He interviews that flipping on Adam and Candice now means that he's "the guy who betrayed every single person in the game at one time or another." His solution is to tell Aitu that he'd rather Nate went before Adam. Aitu tells Jonathan that this is perfectly okay with them. Jonathan gives us the final report that his choice was Nate, because he trusts Nate the least. Another smart move by Aitu? Not pushing their luck and not insisting on getting everything right out of the gate.