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.
The next item is also covered, and Sundra gets it. This turns out to be the Zonk prize: a sea cucumber. Aw. Poor lady. She's a nice lady, too!
Then Jonathan is the only one to bid $100 on a toothbrush and some stuff for cleaning up. "Do you have a hundred dollars?" Jeff snots at Jonathan. "I just bid it," Jonathan replies, somewhat sarcastically. I have to say, I like the fact that Jonathan is not remotely impressed by Jeff Probst, nor is he intimidated when Jeff tries to make little remarks at him. Most contestants recognize Probst as an authority figure of sorts, and Jonathan just...doesn't. He just sees him as a dancing monkey whom you can dance with right back if you want, or whom you can mostly ignore. Jonathan seems to have noticed that you don't actually get in trouble for making Jeff not like you, you know? Having spent $440 of his money and not thinking he's getting anything for $60, Jonathan decides to throw down $20 as a tip for Jeff. Ha! Jeff has no choice but to take it. Yul mutters that if this is it for the auction, he's "going to jump off a bridge." And...that's it. Too bad, Yul. No bridges around, fortunately. Jonathan, who just got some mouthwash, gargles.
After a set of commercials, everybody is sitting around after the auction talking, and Parvati says that Jonathan "cleaned up." He agrees that he got a hot dog, French fries, and a pizza. Yul says that he did find it very difficult to watch other people eat. He calls it "surprisingly painful," saying that he didn't expect to be bothered by it. Jonathan comments -- I think in a misguided attempt to be sort of analytical about his good fortune -- that he's really thirsty as a result of what he ate. He says that, in his regular life, he would not eat that much. I think both those comments are very understandable, and are both things he should have kept to himself. He gives a mighty belch, and Becky comments that she can smell the pepperoni. Oh, yuck. I never understand why people who get food never understand that the worst thing to do is talk about food you got to eat that other people didn't get to eat. When has that not been a terrible idea? It's basically the purest road to resentment, you know? Don't do it!