Survivor (2000–…): Season 11, Episode 9 - Secrets and Lies and an Idol Surprise - full transcript

The search for the hidden Immunity Idol intensifies.

>> JEFF PROBST: Previously on

Survivor: Yaxha and Nakum

merged in the dead of night.

>> We have some new buffs for


>> Merge, baby, merge.

>> PROBST: The old Yaxha members

felt outnumbered.

>> There's four of us from Yaxha

tribe and six of them from the

Nakum tribe.

And things aren't looking very


>> PROBST: Tree mail brought

word of a small immunity idol

hidden nearby in the jungle.

>> "There is an individual

immunity idol in the woods."

>> "You can use it at any time

to save yourself.

You don't need to tell anyone

you have it, but if you're going

to use it, you must present it

before the vote."

>> PROBST: And the search was


>> We got tree mail saying that

there's a little immunity idol

about this big in the jungle

that's this big.

>> PROBST: At the immunity

challenge, Survivors chose

between competing for individual

immunity or partaking in a


If you participate in the

challenge, you don't eat.

>> Oh, my God.

>> PROBST: Jamie made clear the

tribe divide as he harassed

Bobby Jon.

>> Brandon and Bobby Jon know

they have a chance of going home

tonight 'cause they're the best

two athletes in the group.

>> I thought we were one tribe.

>> You know we're not one tribe.

So why you saying that right

right now?

>> Because I can.

>> PROBST: In the tie-breaking

round, Gary took home individual


Gary wins immunity.

>> PROBST: Back at camp, Jamie

revealed that Brandon's time was


>> You say that, but you know

Brandon's head is on the

chopping block.

>> PROBST: But some of Jamie's

old allies were fed up with


>> Dude, shut up, man, shut up,


I can't listen to you right now.

>> PROBST: Brandon a

glimmer of hope.

>> People have been saying...

>> This is Survivor.

Things get switched around.

It'll change.

You know, something will happen,

and something's starting to


>> PROBST: At Tribal Council,

Bobby Jon and Jamie were once

again at each other's throats.

>> That's just no class.

>> No one says I have no class.

You know, that's just


Man, just shut up, dude.

I mean, God!

>> PROBST: Okay, before we get

to the vote, the immunity idol

was hidden at your camp.

If anybody has found that, now

is the time to present it.

When no one produced the idol,

the votes were close between

Jamie and Brandon.

But, in the end, it was Brandon

who was sent home.

Brandon, the tribe has spoken.

Nine are left.

Who will be voted out tonight?

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>> I don't know.

It's bull when you call... when

you say someone has no class.

You shouldn't judge another man.

You know?

>> Yeah, but just take some time

and, like, you know, don't


Like, we're all making the jury,

and, like, let's just take

tonight and sleep.

>> I'm not, man.

>> You don't want to go to bed

angry, man.

That ain't a good thing to do,


>> I'm not angry.

My feelings are hurt.

>> I called Jamie out at Tribal

Council, and it really got to

him because he knows I told the


I mean, the kid showed no class

today, none, whatsoever.

>> Why did you say I have no


>> Because at the time we were

competing and, you know, you're

rooting another person on that's

competing right beside them to

me, and I may have a wrong

opinion, and if I do, I'm sorry,

but it was, that's how it came

off to me, you know, hey.


>> My action might have had no

class, but saying I have no

class is like calling me white

trash, Bobby Jon.

>> That was just because that's

how I felt at that moment today.

Tomorrow the sun comes up.

>> It broke my heart.

It did.

>> I'm sorry.

I don't mean to break anybody's


>> I don't think he was judging.

He wasn't judging you.

I think he was just saying at

that moment.

>> You're taking it a little too

personal, man.

>> I don't understand how this

wouldn't hurt y'all's feelings.

>> 'Cause... you know why?

Because this is competition, and

some things... you say things

when you don't mean it.

You just say it.

>> Are we cool?

>> I hate all the drama, but I'm

just straight up telling you.

>> Well, hey, speak your heart.

>> Hallelujah.

>> Jamie took it way too


I think he was just looking for

some kind of outlet for all the

emotion he was feeling, and the

way for him to do that was to

kind of blame Bobby Jon.

And if Jamie doesn't use this as

an experience to learn and

change from, then I'm going to

change up this game.

>> If I left tonight, I don't

know, God, what I would have


I would be swimming in



>> Breakfast is ready.


>> I'll pass on eating today,


Other than the food, camp life

is great, man.

I mean, at this point of the

game, we're up in numbers, so, I

mean, we got 6-3 right now, so

the most vulnerable now is

Danni, Gary, and Bobby Jon.

And they know they are.

>> Exactly.

>> Listen, if it was the other

way around, they'd be doing the

same thing.

>> Mm-hmm.


>> Yeah.

It's got to be here somewhere.

Our ass depends on it.

>> I need that immunity idol


I need it right now.

It's going to be tough.

Um, all I know from the clues is

that it's visible, but it's

going to be hard to find.

But that's the only chance I


I'm on the chopping block.

There's pretty much nothing I

can do to budge the magical six

up there.

What do you do?

You just got to keep trying.

>> It's hopeless.

We can't find it anywhere.

Hopefully, we'll get some more

clues to where it might be.

But I'm just praying.

So maybe the Lord will lead me

to it.

>> In the NFL, we played

against Detroit one year, and we

were down by 20-some points.

I threw for close to 300 yards

in one quarter, and we came back

and won in the last part of the


And that's how I'm approaching

this game.

I'm going to pull out everything

I can to try to get as far as I


If it gets me there, it gets me


If it doesn't, I'll feel

comfortable the way I played.

>> PROBST: Come on in, guys!

How's everybody doing?

>> Pretty good.

>> Good.

>> PROBST: You guys ready to get

to today's challenge?

>> Yes, sir.

>> PROBST: Today's challenge is

for reward, and it will test

your ability with a weapon

called the atlatl.

This is an indigenous Maya


It was used to give warriors

more distance when they would

toss a spear in battle.

Today, you're going to use it to

throw an arrow toward a target,

in this case, the center pole.

Each person gets only one throw.

The person who ends up closest

to the target wins this


Make sense?

Want to know what you're playing


>> Yes.

>> Yeah.

>> PROBST: You are playing for


And the good news is, everybody

here will eat today.

>> Oh, good.

>> PROBST: The bad news is what

you eat will depend on how well

you do in this challenge.

You will leave here and go to a

lodge where you will find nine

meals waiting for you.

First place gets the best meal.

Last place gets the worst meal.

I'll tell you this: first place:

steak and lobster.


>> Oh, my God.

>> PROBST: Last place is not.

In addition, the winner of this

challenge gets one clue to the

location of the hidden immunity


>> Wow.

>> PROBST: Worth playing for?

>> Yes.

>> Uh-huh.

>> PROBST: We'll draw for

position, and we'll get started.

All right.

First up, Judd.

>> What do you, say, Judd?

Knock 'em out, buddy.


>> PROBST: Judd readies his


Judd is going to set the mark to


Good-looking toss.

>> Wow.

>> Nice.

>> Nice throw, Judd.


>> That's really nice.


>> PROBST: Judd, just a little

over seven feet.

Judd has set the mark to beat.

Bobby Jon.

>> Come on, Bobby Jon.

>> PROBST: Take a good toss to

beat Judd.

Not going to do it.

Take the second-place spot next

to Judd.

>> Good job.

>> PROBST: A little room to play


Judd and Bobby Jon first and

second right now.

Rafe's up.

Feeling confident?

>> Um, I am aiming for medium-

range food today.


>> PROBST: Nice toss.

>> Nice toss, Rafe.

>> Good job, Rafe.

>> PROBST: Well, Rafe, you're

eating better than Bobby Jon.

That's what we know.

Cindy up next.

Judd in first, Rafe in second,

Bobby Jon in third.

Cindy would like to knock

everybody down one peg.

Nice toss.

>> Oh, nice toss, Cindy.

>> Good job, Cindy.

>> Nice job.

>> PROBST: That's going to be

very close.

Cindy just outside of Judd.

Judd stays in first.

Cindy becomes second, Rafe

third, Bobby Jon fourth.


>> Come on, Lydia.

>> Come on, Lydia.

Let's go.

>> PROBST: Lydia, you got to get

closer than Bobby Jon, or you're

going to end up with the worst


>> I got the worst meal.

>> PROBST: Take a spot next to

Bobby Jon at the end.

>> Corn soup.

>> PROBST: Danni.

>> Come on, Danni.

>> PROBST: Judd still the mark

to beat.

Danni with a nice toss.

>> Oh, nice throw, Danni.

>> Wow.

>> PROBST: Danni moves into


>> Good job.

>> Good job, Danni.

>> PROBST: Gary, take your best


>> Come on, Gary.

>> PROBST: Gary takes a nice


>> Wow.

>> PROBST: Very close between

Gary and Rafe.

It's Gary by a few inches.

Gary slides into fourth.

Rafe, Bobby Jon, Lydia move down

a spot.


Stephenie with a good launch.

>> Good job, Steph.

>> PROBST: Might move her ahead

of Gary.

Steph moves into fourth place.

Gary, Rafe, Bobby Jon, Lydia,

take a step down.

>> You definitely beat me.

>> PROBST: Jamie, you're up.

You know the mark to beat.

A lot of food to be had.

Steak and lobster at the top.

Something much less desirable at

the bottom.

Currently, Lydia is eating that.

Jamie doesn't knock Judd out.

>> Way to go, Judd.

>> Good job.

>> Good job, Judd.

>> You deserve it, man.

You deserve it.

>> PROBST: Jamie, you are just

outside of Danni and in front of


Jamie, take your spot at number


>> If it's all the same to you,

Jeff, since I had such bad

actions yesterday, I'd like to

take the last-place meal and let

all the other people move up.

>> PROBST: You want to swap your


>> Yes, sir.

>> PROBST: Do it.

>> Thanks, Jamie.

>> Sorry about that yesterday,


>> Good job.

>> Jamie, you're all right.

>> PROBST: Jamie, this is a way

to make up for yesterday?

>> We're one tribe now.

I'm sorry I didn't see that


>> PROBST: Rafe, how does that

gesture sit with you?

>> I think it shows Jamie

learned a lot and it's awesome.

>> PROBST: Jamie, did you talk

to anybody about doing this?

>> No, sir.

>> PROBST: Did you plan on doing

it all along?

>> I felt in my heart if I

didn't do better than some other

people, then I should give it

up, yes.

>> PROBST: Well, the result of

what you gave up we'll find out

soon, but I promise you, you

gave up a lot moving from fourth

to ninth.

We're going to head over to the


Nine meals await.

Judd, steak and lobster.

>> Nice, Judd.

>> PROBST: Let's head out.

Follow me.

>> PROBST: Come on in, Judd.

You're right here.

Everybody else fall in.

Big man gets his own table.

And Jamie, on the end, as he


Pepito and puppies, they live


Good to be king, huh?

>> Oh, man, feels great, Jeff.

>> PROBST: Let's don't waste any


Bring out the meal.

Steak and lobster for Judd.

>> Oh, my God.


>> Oh, man.

>> Whoa, look.

>> PROBST: Judd is going to have

a good night.

>> Judd, take your time, buddy.

>> PROBST: All right, Cindy,

let's bring out your food.

>> Oh, my God.

>> PROBST: Big plate of food,

chicken, veggies.

>> I cannot even believe this.

>> Oh, my God.

It's more than ample.

>> PROBST: Danni, you ready for


>> Oh, yeah, bring it on.

>> PROBST: Let's bring out the

next meal.

>> Spaghetti?

>> A big pile of it.

>> Danni.

>> It has meat in it.

>> PROBST: Bring out the next


>> Oh, nice.

Burger and a beer.

Jamie, I believe that was yours.

This is where you would have

been in the line, Jamie.

>> Nothing tastes better than my


>> PROBST: Well put.

Bring out the next meal.

Slice of pizza for Gary.

Bring out Rafe's meal.

Ham and cheese sandwich.

>> I'm happy.

I still got meat.

>> PROBST: Bobby Jon, I know

you're hungry.

Baked potato.

>> That will work, man.

>> PROBST: Lydia, you

moved up a spot, thanks to


>> I don't feel like I deserve

it, even if it's one cracker.

>> PROBST: Bring out the next


How appropriate is this?

>> Oh, a fish.

>> Wow.

>> Wow, that's great.

Thank you.

>> PROBST: Is it really great?

>> It's great because I expected

a cracker.

Thank you.

>> PROBST: Bring out the last


Jamie wanted this.

You moved yourself down to the

bottom to try and make up for

some remarks you made.

You get the least desirable


Ramon nuts.

>> Yeah, and dirty water, nice.

>> PROBST: Ramon nuts and water

from your lake.

It has been boiled.

>> Thank you.

Appreciate that.

>> PROBST: Okay.

Two spots on either side of you

open for invite.

If you would like to invite one

or two people to sit with you,

here's what they would get:

the open bar, same as you.

They also get dessert menu, same

as you.

>> This is a tough call, man.

But soon as I walked in the

game, just his arms wide open,

definitely Bobby Jon.

>> PROBST: Bobby Jon, come up.

Have a seat.

Who's going to sit here?

>> Another one, you know, soon

as I got in the game, man, she

just opened up and welcomed me

like you couldn't believe.


>> PROBST: Stephenie, bring your

food over.

So have a good night.

No sharing over here.

What you do here is up to you.

The bar is open.

Dessert when you're ready for


One last thing, for you and you

only, a clue to the hidden

immunity idol.

>> Thank you.

Thank you very much.

>> PROBST: Well-earned.

Bon appetit, guys.

>> Good night, Jeff.

>> So I move over to the king

table, and Judd orders a round

of drinks for all of us.

And I split my cheeseburger,

gave Bobby Jon half and Judd

split his steak and gave Bobby

Jon half and we all shared the


It was like heaven.

It was unbelievable.

>> I was just craving spaghetti

last night, craving everything.

>> It was a total nine-course


But I didn't gorge and pig out,


I didn't want to do that because

I kept looking up at Gary, and I

could see the anguish on his

face, like he really had a small

slice of pizza, and he really

wanted to eat.

I tried to be respectful as I

could when I was eating.

>> I'll take a vodka.

What are you drinking?

>> Vodka, cranberry, but I'm

going to get....

>> Two of them.

You know what, when you make the

vodka, double up on it.

Throw a whole load of vodka and

just a little bit of cranberry.

>> Gary, you're killing me over

there, kid.

>> Why, man?

I'm enjoying watching you.

>> No.

>> You're killing me, dude.

I can't even look at you, man.

>> I won't look at you anymore,


>> It was two hours of watching

them gorge themselves and get


That's just not my idea of fun.

>> You were giving it one of


>> I'm always throwing it up,

all the time.

(chattering, laughing)

>> Yeah!

>> You got it, buddy.

Judd, a little slower, hon.

>> Okay, we're there.

>> Thank you, Gary.

>> Good job, Judd.

>> Love you.

Love you like a fat kid loves

cake, brother.

I finally get to hug my boy

right here.


>> Judd was pretty well drunk.

He was jovial for a while.

Then Bobby Jon thought he was

going to move this stump to the


>> Well, it was a 30-foot tree.

>> Ready?

>> One, two, three.

>> Wait a minute.

>> You stay here.

Me and you will... whoa.

>> Let's get it in the morning.

>> We're fine.

>> Give me your hand, Judd.

>> I got it.

>> Oh, my gosh, snoring and

throwing up.

>> Who threw up?

>> Judd.

You got sick, didn't you, last


That was you?

>> No, I got up and went over

there in the ruins somewhere.

>> No, you didn't.

You threw up right in the


>> He threw up right next to the


>> It's all a blur to me, man.

>> Did you get it?

>> Yeah.

>> Did you read it?

>> Is it good?

>> With my reward, the steak and

lobster, I also won a note

giving me a clue to where the

idol is around the jungle.

Now, when it comes to keeping a

secret, man, I can't do it.

>> The clue actually says, "This

idol still eludes you.

It seems nowhere to be found.

It's not buried or concealed nor

directly on the ground."

>> It's got to be like in a


Judd let me read the clue.

I felt really honored that he

would even think to do that.

Basically what it said is it's

not on the ground.

If you find this, you're

definitely in the final four.

>> Say something, man, tree

mail, I got in my pocket, man,

that thing is definitely by far

on the ground, so to speak.

I mean, I can't give away too

many clues because I'm trying

save my own ass, but it is

totally on the ground.

>> Thanks, Judd, because


>> I've been looking in trees.

>> I went back to camp and I

told everybody, man, it's on the

ground, it's on the ground.

It ain't on the ground.

It's in a damn tree somewhere.

I don't have a problem lying to

the other guys at all.

That's what the game's about,


>> Okay, your turn.

>> I'm with our plan still.

You know what I'm saying?

I want you to promise you won't

kick me over.

I'll promise you.

>> I'm not going to, Jamie.

>> I swear I won't.

I mean that.

So just stay with me.

>> Okay.

>> No, we're fine.

>> Okay.

>> Jamie is paranoid all the


He's always saying, "You're not

going to vote against me, are


I wish I could say that I

thought what he did by taking

the lowest meal was an act out

of the goodness of his heart.

I don't know if it was.

I don't really think it was.

And so, you know, I don't...

I don't trust Jamie.

>> I think we're getting rid of

Bobby Jon.

>> First?

>> Yeah.

>> You've been honest with me

the whole time.

>> Yeah.

>> Just tell me.

>> Yeah.

>> You can be pissed at me,


I don't care.

I do care, but...


I mean, I have to.

>> Yeah, yeah, yeah.

>> I mean if I don't, I'm dead.

>> Yeah.

>> Okay.

>> I told Jamie that I would

vote for whoever they're voting

for tonight, just because it

would be stupid for me to get

them any more mad at me than

there already are.

And there's no breaking that


>> He's voting against me.

>> That's interesting.

I don't know why he told me.

That he just said he's being

honest with everybody and he

wanted everybody to know he's

voting against me today.

>> Huh.

>> Jamie swears that Gary said,

if you don't mind, I'm going to

cast a vote for you tonight, and

we were like, "You sure you

understood?" because sometimes

he's a little... and he's like,


>> Yeah, no.

I'm out.

>> I think something shady is

going on every time somebody's


The paranoia sets in.

>> Maybe he is losing it a

little bit out here, like for


>> He definitely is.

>> Like in a real way.

>> Uh-huh, totally.

>> I really see Jamie as a huge

liability and a threat to all of

us because he's just not all


He seems like a loose cannon.

I feel like he can ruin our

entire plan.

I hate walking to tree mail.

>> It's a hike.

>> Yeah.

>> "Balance, speed, dexterity,

There's lots of need to worry.

Move too slow, you could lose it


And be first to join the jury."

It didn't say about wrestling or

fight anybody.

>> That's hard for me.

I feel like it could tip over

right now.

Oh, well, I'll do my best.

>> Gary's balancing over there.

>> He sure is.

>> He told me today he's voting

against me.

>> I wouldn't worry too much

about it.

>> I'll vote him out, too.

That's his... trying to vote me


The game is getting paranoid.

Your mind wonders if people are

going to change your vote.

Stephenie and Rafe could change

over to Bobby Jon and Danni's

side and Gary's side and they'd

have the numbers right now.

>> I don't know why he did that.

>> You got nothing to worry


>> I feel pretty vulnerable,

because I never can

figure out exactly what

everybody's thinking.

I know I have the numbers, but

people change real quick.

This jungle, man, people start

thinking and start thinking too


And then it can all come back

around on you.

>> PROBST: Come on in, guys.

First things first.


Immunity back up for grabs.

Today's challenge will test your

coordination and your balance.

On my go, all nine of you will

make your way across a balance

beam, untying two wooden planks

as you go.

Only the first four tribe

members to cross the finish line

with their two planks move on to

the next round.

For the next round, you will use

those two wooden planks to help

you move across a knotted rope


The first two to reach the

platform moves on to the final


For the final round, you must

navigate a two-line balance


You fall in the water, you go

back to the start.

First person to reach the finish

platform wins immunity.

Make sense?

>> Yes, sir.

>> PROBST: We'll get started.

For immunity, first four to

finish move on to the next


Survivors ready?


Got to cross the balance beam

and untie two wooden planks.

Got to untie every knot.

See what you have learned after

24 days.

Jamie going to sit down.

Doesn't want to risk it.

Remaining calm.

Big part of this.

Stephenie working through those

knots quickly.

Gary has his first plank.

He's moving on.

He almost loses it, but keeps

his balance.

Steph goes over and she's got to

go back to the start.

Rafe has his first plank undone.

Jamie has his first plank,

scooching across that balance


That's going to feel good.

Danni has her first plank.

Cindy, Bobby Jon both have their

first planks.

Judd and Lydia both now have

their first planks.

Everybody working on their

second plank.

Bobby Jon falls off.

He's got to go back to the


Judd, got to go back to the

start, man, your foot.

>> Come on!

>> PROBST: Gary almost has his

second plank untied.

Steph has her second plank


She can keep her balance.

She's moving on.

Stephenie moving on to the next


Three more people are moving on.

Gary trying keep his balance,

and he does.

Gary moving on.

Two more moving on.

Jamie's going to be one of them.

And here's Rafe.

That's the four moving on.

Moving on to the next round.

Here we go, guys.

Jamie, Steph, Rafe, Gary, going

to use your planks to move

across this rope bridge.

Two people moving on in this


Survivors ready?


Got to balance your weight with

each step.

Low center of gravity going to

be key.

Gary falls off.

He's back to the start.

Rafe doing very well.

Jamie hanging on.

Steph hanging on.

Gary trying to get back in this.

Immunity at stake.

Still a long way left to go.

Time can be made up.

Steph and Rafe in the lead.

Jamie pulls ahead of Steph.

Gary trying catch up.

Rafe, a good system.

Jamie hanging on.

Rafe getting closer and closer.

Two people moving on.

Gary falls off.

He's out of it.

Rafe very close.

Rafe moving on.

>> Good job, guys.

(Stephenie grunts)

>> PROBST: Jamie moving on.

Rafe and Jamie in the final for


Last leg.

Two-line balance bridge.

First one to cross the finish

wins immunity.

Survivors ready?


First person to get two feet on

the finish platform wins


Jamie's got a great system


>> Good job, Jamie.

>> Rafe, hang in there.

>> PROBST: Rafe struggling...

but hangs on.

>> Take your time, Rafe.

>> PROBST: Jamie moving quickly.

>> Good job, Jamie.

>> PROBST: Rafe dangling, dips


Rafe's out.

Rafe in the water.

Got to go back to the start.

Jamie very close to winning


Just like that.

Jamie wins immunity.

>> Good job, Jamie.

Good job, Rafe.

>> PROBST: Well-earned.

>> Good job, Jamie.

>> PROBST: Nice job.

Jamie safe at the vote tonight.

Everybody else fair game.

Tribal Council, see you there.

Head on back to camp.

>> Hmm?

>> I don't like to lose.

I'm so competitive.

>> I hated today.

>> Yeah, he told me that he was

going to vote for me. Yep.

The reason he needs to go is

because he's so headstrong.

>> Yeah.

Cool, I'm sticking to the


>> Uh-huh.

>> Okay?

>> Perfect.

If anything changes, let us


>> Today, Jamie won immunity,

and, um, I was actually getting

really frustrated with him.

You know, I was thinking maybe

we could get rid of him and be

okay, but he won immunity, so

it's definitely out.

But we've got a great plan in

place, and we're going to get

rid of Gary first.

>> He needs to go because

he's head-gaming everybody.

>> Good.

So are you in with that?

>> Now we have it.

It's the perfect thing.

>> Uh-huh.

>> Why does this seem too easy,


I'm getting nervous, like

something bad's going to happen.

Gary, he's a huge physical

threat in these challenges.

Not to mention he's just always

like in game mode.

So, you know, unfortunately he

just needs to go.

>> Hey, I can guarantee you one

thing, okay?

It's one of us three.

One of us three is going to be

eating good tonight.

>> I've got a 33% chance of

being voted out tonight.

I don't like going to Tribal

Council just because someone's


I really don't want to go

tonight because it could be me.

>> Can I just talk to you for a


>> Yeah.

Right here or you want to walk


>> Can I still trust you?

>> Yeah.

>> Look me in the eyes?

>> Yeah.

>> Are you going to tell me when

I'm going to go?

>> Yeah. If I know I will.

If I know, I'll definitely...

all I know, the plan is... you

know, Bobby Jon, our plan was

you last anyway.

>> Okay.

Well, just keep me informed.

All right?

>> Yeah.

>> Thanks.

It is a game.

When people talk to you, you

don't know if they're lying or

telling the truth.

They're telling me that it's not


They could all be lying to me, I

don't know, so that tells me

that I need that idol.

I've got go find that idol right


>> I want to talk to both of


>> I know I'm out.

>> I know that.

>> That's all I was going to


>> Okay.


>> We need you, bud.

>> I went and talked to Judd and


I told them I played with

Stephenie before, great player,

pretty, charming, athletic.

She'll do what she's got to do.

She'll lie to your face and give

you that million-dollar grin.

And she's going to get you guys,

I'm telling you.

They both looked at me and said,

"You're not the one going home


I said, "All right."

>> I think it's pretty amazing

that Judd told everybody the

clue that it's on the ground,

and I followed him back here and

he's looking in the trees.

That's pretty interesting.

If it's on the ground, I wonder

why he's looking in the trees.

There's no doubt in my mind that

Judd is lying.

I won't be looking on the


>> Where did Gary go?

To search for the idol.

>> He went to find the idol.

It would be amazing if he found

it, amazing.

Could you imagine?

>> PROBST: So, Danni, this point

in the game, how big a factor

now does trust become?

>> At this point, it gets kind

of scary who you can trust and

who you can't.

And I'm worried because of the

number game.

And I don't think obviously I

can trust anybody at this point.

My head is on the chopping


I hate that, but it's just part

of the game.

>> PROBST: Rafe, do you agree

with that?

>> Yeah, I think, you know,

there's definitely a lot of

paranoia around camp at this

point in the game.

You see two people go off and

talk, and you're like, "What are

they talking about?

Are they talking about me?

Are they going to vote me off?"

I think that's kind of running

through everyone's head.

But at the same time, you have

to kind of keep your focus and

not let that drive you insane,

because it can in this game.

>> PROBST: Gary, can you lie in

the game of Survivor and not be

breaking any kind of moral code?

>> Well, I think each individual

looks at it differently, and

there's no rule that says you

can't lie in this game.

It's just each individual

looking at what they want to do

and what they want to accomplish

with this game.

>> PROBST: Have you told any


>> No.

>> PROBST: Judd, you lied in

this game?

>> No, sir, not yet.

You know, it might happen, but

as of this point in the game,

no, I haven't lied about

anything yet.

>> PROBST: Cindy, you trust

these people?

>> Actually, I trust these

people more than I expected.

You spend time with them, you

get to know these people, and

you can't help but develop some

sort of trust in them, but I

don't think it's possible to go

through this game from beginning

to end and never lie to a single

person about anything.

So I think we're all going to be

liars before it's all over with.

>> PROBST: All right, before we

get to the vote, a couple things

to take care of.

Jamie, you have the immunity


If you wanted to give it up, you

certainly can.

>> I'm going to hang on to it.

>> PROBST: Okay, the other order

of business, if anybody has

found the immunity idol and

wants to use it tonight, now is

the time to bring it up.

>> Oh, my God!


>> Man, good job, Gary.

>> Damn.

>> I knew it.

>> Wow.

>> PROBST: All right, no


Cannot vote for Jamie.

You cannot vote for Gary.

It is time to vote.

Judd, you're up.

>> Wow.

I'm sorry.

>> You just started to take

control of the game, and I don't

know how long it's going to

last, but better now than never,

I guess.

>> I'm glad that you made the

jury if you're the one that goes

tonight, but I could be wrong.

If it's not you, congrats.

>> PROBST: I'll go tally the


Once the votes are read, the

decision is final.

The person voted out will be

asked to leave the Tribal

Council area immediately.

I'll read the votes.

First vote: Steph.


Two votes Steph.


Two votes Steph, one vote Cindy.

Bobby Jon.

Two votes Steph.

One vote Cindy.

One vote Bobby Jon.

Bobby Jon.

That's two for Steph,

two for Bobby Jon.

Bobby Jon.

That's three votes Bobby Jon.

Bobby Jon.

Four votes Bobby Jon.

The tenth person voted out of

Survivor: Guatemala,

first member of our jury:

Bobby Jon.

Bring me your torch.

Bobby Jon, the tribe has spoken.

>> Thank you very much.

I enjoyed it.

>> PROBST: See you.

>> Hang in there.

Good luck.

>> PROBST: Well, it's clear from

tonight's Tribal Council that

the next phase of this game is

going to center around lying.

The only problem is, you're

lying to your jury.

Should make for a fun finish.

Grab your torches.

Head back to camp.

Good night.

>> PROBST: Stay tuned for scenes

from our next episode.

>> PROBST: Next time on


Jamie gets irritated with Gary.

>> You are calling me a liar.

I don't like it.

>> I did not just call you a


>> PROBST: The Survivors get

down and dirty for the best

reward yet.

>> Oh, my God.

>> And Lydia is put on the spot.

>> I don't know what to say.

You know?

I mean, it's a hard decision.

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>> I was very surprised about

the outcome tonight.

I had no clue that Gary was

going to pull out an immunity

idol, and he did.

I mean, I wanted to win the

game, but everything happens for

a reason.

The good Lord didn't want me to


I learned a lot about myself and

communicating with people this

time. I got a chance to do

something that's just a

remarkable and amazing