I think it's hilarious that the Fans tribe is being controlled (in a way) by the older players. It's funny, at this point, how bad Chet is at this game. By all rights, he should've been gone after the first day. However, Tracy (despite being older and not as strong as some of the other players) is a very good strategic player, and a very good sweet-talker.
After the Fans tribe loses their Immunity challenge, Joel is finally ready to get rid of Chet. However, Tracy, realizing that the six other people on the tribe are going to pick her, Chet and Kathy off one-by-one, goes to Joel and feeds him a line about Mikey gunning for him. Joel doesn't seem to believe it that much, but Tracy is insistent, telling him that he needs to get rid of a long-term threat rather than a weak player like Chet.
Once we get to Tribal Council, it's hard to tell if the plan to get rid of a stronger person over Chet will work for a second time, but sure enough, Jeff reads the vote, and Joel has orchestrated another blind-side. The difference is, it's Tracy technically orchestrating everything. Joel is just eradicating the stronger players and attracting all the attention.
On the Favorites side, it's clear that Cirie has cemented her spot as the main play-maker on that side. Penner is, as expected, whiny and finds that Eliza is trying to get out of their alliance too. I have to say, there's nobody like Jonathan Penner when it comes to the "sneaking up on someone" tactic. He's fantastic at it.
Also of note: Ozzy finds the Hidden Immunity Idol. This was clearly the season for him to find it: it involved swimming back and forth between islands to find clues, and as we know, Ozzy is a dolphin reborn as a human.