In talking about the upcoming trip to Exile Island, Jeff brings up the fact that "there's still the idea of the hidden immunity idol." Candice, however, is having none of it: "I think I know where it is." Yul clearly thinks this is stupid, since everyone now knows that he has it; the only people he didn't tell are the ones he probably knows have already found out from Jonathan, and he doesn't care anymore if they know he has it anyway. So Yul says, "I can end the suspense." There is a dramatic pause, as if we don't already know he has it, and he says, "I have it." Jeff asks Yul if he has the idol with him. Yul says he does. Jeff asks him if he wants to show it to everyone. Yul says that's fine. He produces the compass-idol from his bag and holds it up. He takes it over to the tub to let Parvati hold it, and she comments, "Looks authentic." I'm certainly glad it received Parvati's seal of approval. Jeff asks Yul why he wanted to show people something "so valuable" rather than, presumably, keeping it to himself. Yul goes through his explanation of the fact that he just wanted to reveal it at a point where it would make a difference, which he was able to do. So now, Jeff sends Candice on her way. Parvati makes a face and goes back to scrubbing her back halfheartedly. She doesn't even look like she's enjoying that bath all that much. ["I'm saying!" -- Wing Chun] All alone in her porny bath, and no one to share it with.
Jeff next reveals an ice-cream machine that you can (theoretically) use to dispense soft-serve for the remainder of the auction. Jonathan hops in at $400. Ozzy goes to $420, and that's it. "Sold to Dolphin Boy," says Jeff. Heh. When Ozzy goes to pull the lever and fill up a cone, however, he sprays himself directly in the crotch. Nice. Because it's not working, really, Ozzy has to put his mouth over the nozzles, and I really don't think he's getting ice cream so much as whatever you freeze to make ice cream, like...kind of just the melted stuff. That's very disappointing, and I'm surprised he didn't want his money back.
The next item is another mystery piece that Jonathan takes for $240. It turns out to be a giant pepperoni pizza. He hoots more than he should, though certainly it's understandable, and it's not like you have the option of sharing, so he probably thinks there's no reason for anyone else to be upset, since they...you know, could have bid. He double-checks that he can't share, and then he goes back to eating. Everyone else suffers as Jonathan keeps chowing down.