Stephen is annoyed with J.T. for not voting for Douche in order to gain his jury vote and starts plotting with Taj to possibly vote J.T. out next if he doesn't win immunity. But he does, nearly losing a spider-shaped obstacle course/puzzle to Erinn, who rallies hard to be kept in the game over Taj. Taj, on the other hand, thinks her alliance is unshakeable. Guess what? It isn't, she's voted out, and very hurt about it. That night, J.T. and Stephen immediately regret their decision when they're stuck with Erinn, who is giddy with shock at still being in the game and annoys them with her chatty ways. The next morning, though, Erinn and Stephen agree to take the other should one of them win the final immunity challenge. Then it's time for the boring fallen comrades tribute and the final immunity challenge, which is super lame and won by J.T., who now has to choose between Erinn, who he's sure to beat, and Stephen, who he swore to take to the Final Two. In the end, the fact is that he can't lose to either of them, so he picks Stephen.
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