The morning of Day 37 breaks at Bula Bula. Cassandra marks the day off on a tree trunk where they're keeping count on a fairly colorful and attractive calendar. They definitely did a good job with the décor this time, and you can tell they've certainly had plenty of free time. "Two more days to go," she says as the tribe shares some cooked fruit. It looks like they're boiling pineapple, which is interesting, if true. I don't boil mine, but then, mine didn't have bats sitting on it five minutes before I consumed it, either. Yau Man says that with five people left, the deal he has with "Dreamz" probably makes him the biggest target. It has not escaped his notice that if they get him out before F4, "Dreamz" won't be put in the position of going back on the deal. Therefore, Yau Man knows that he needs to win this immunity challenge. He's probably hoping for some kind of William Tell thing, considering how he keeps randomly turning into the guy with great aim. I recommend the apple be placed directly on the head of Jeff Probst.
Elsewhere, Cassandra and Earl are dealing with the awkwardness of her having tried to vote out Yau Man and not told Earl about it. Earl tells her that she could have told him they intended to vote out Yau Man, and he wouldn't have stood in the way, although he wouldn't have voted for Yau Man himself. He insists that he wouldn't have warned Yau Man (thus, of course, provoking Yau Man to idol-ize himself), but that he would have left it up to Yau Man to protect himself. Cassandra then interviews that she knows Yau Man and Earl won't vote against each other, so she, "Dreamz," and Boo need to get together and vote out one of those guys to "level the playing field." Always great to hear people gravitate toward expressions like "level the playing field" to make it sound like all they're trying to do is get a fair chance in this crazy game. Not trying to win or anything; just trying to make it a fair fight, like the Sharks and the Jets: "We need to be up three people to one, to level the playing field!" Back in her chat with Earl, Cassandra wants to know if Yau Man has the second idol. Earl tells her that he sure doesn't think so. Heh. He says that Yau Man hasn't been looking around, and he himself has, so if Yau Man isn't looking, he presumably doesn't have it. Cassandra voices over that if Earl has the other idol and Yau Man wins immunity, then that will create a little problem with her playing-field-leveling strategy.