It was only a matter of time before Jonathan was ousted. Yul is in a weird place right now. He is absolutely in control of the endgame right now, but if he goes against Becky or Sundra, who haven't really done anything except follow Yul's lead, are jury members going to recognize his smart game play or be annoyed that he got them voted out? Time will tell, but he takes on big step towards the final two: getting Jonathan gone.
It all starts after Jonathan is exiled. While he's alone, Parvati and Adam approach the Aitu four and start convincing them that getting rid of Jonathan is the right move. And they're right. Jonathan is pretty annoying. I don't necessarily agree with Adam that he didn't deserve to be there, but does he deserve to win? Nope.
At this point, Yul is in an odd situation. He has the hidden idol and he's whittling the numbers down, but he also still has Ozzy and Adam in the game, two people who can easily win Immunities. It'll be fun to see how Yul figures out his next moves.
Other than Jonathan getting voted out, I found the episode sort of slow. Not much that was surprising or revealing.