Now it's 2:00 PM and they're all dressed in fatigues again, so I guess the punishment is over. The on-screen text reads, "Strategy." Meyer and Lauder are having a talk in the woods. Meyer says that he can deliver five votes -- I'm assuming he's referring to most of the female recruits. Lauder thinks that "girls are kind of two-faced." Yes, we women are intrinsically fickle. You got us nailed, Lauder. In an interview, Meyer says that he promised the guy to go with them on their decisions, but at the same time, he owes his life to the girls from last week, so he needs to try to please both sides. Meyer tells Lauder that the girls don't want to vote for Pupo or Haar, because either of them would take another female with them. Meyer explains the battle of the sexes. It seems that guys like other guys better than girls, but girls like guys better than other girls. Or something. You know, because we women are just so catty. Claws out, all the time. And we loves us some menfolk. I wonder if Meyer thinks that this applies to Brown as well, since she certainly likes other girls. I guess Meyer's point is that the men should vote a woman off, because that woman will take another woman with her, instead of a man. I don't know. He doesn't make any sense with his silver eyes.
At the female barracks, Whitlow, Hutak, Coddington, and Moretty discuss their strategy. Hutak says that she didn't have a strategy at first, and someone told her that she needs to be "deceitful and screw people." Moretty and Hutak agree that this is a game, and that it's not about screwing people at all. In an interview, Coddington says that she's not trying to be dishonest or deceitful, but that she has to be in order to survive. Jackson and Wolf discuss strategy. Jackson thinks that Pupo might take him with her. Wolf feels that he and Pupo are close, and she wouldn't pick him. Wolf then admits that Pupo "could be phony." Jackson points out that Pupo is a lawyer and "that's like game face." In an interview, Jackson says that he's an asset to the team, and he's not "a big enough personality, like Wolf." In other words, he flies under the radar. Back at the strategy discussion, Wolf thinks that he could go all the way if some key players get voted off. In an interview, Wolf says that if he finds out that anybody stabbed him in the back, he will take that person with him when he gets dismissed. Wolf certainly is a big personality.