Around the fire, Jenna comments that they usually each have the opportunity to eat a fish, apparently noticing that Rupert has only cleaned one fish and is eating it himself. "If everybody gutted one, they'd be all done," Rupert snots, happy finally to have the opportunity to make his point about wishing people could help him clean fish. It's good that he did it in this roundabout way, because apparently, his lips and tongue were paralyzed, which prevented him from just opening his yap and saying, "You guys, could you help me clean the fish over here?" Also, that would be too easy. ["Also, are there six knives that would allow for tribe-wide simultaneous gutting? And also, has it not occurred to Rupert that the time to start acting like an asshole about the fish is maybe not, like, seconds before the decision gets made as to who goes to the final four? He really just never learns, does he?" -- Wing Chun] Jenna interviews that Rupert is indeed the one who does the fishing, because he's a big guy and he can do it without dying. She claims that she would be literally dashed on the rocks if she went fishing, and while that's probably an exaggeration, it's also one that most likely originates with the PR that Rupert gives himself. Rupert has always wanted the fishing job, to the point where he has in fact made it clear that when other people go fishing, he can feel his penis shrinking the entire time, so it makes perfect sense that the task has been left to him, lest he be left with the indignity of having to pee sitting down. Jenna comments that it felt like "a slap in the face" for him to clean one fish for himself while she was back cooking food for everybody. She also says, entirely correctly, that apparently Rupert thinks the next time she's cooking something other than fish, she should make only enough for herself. And that's why you can't go down this road -- this isn't how group living in camp works. It's perfectly legitimate to bitch if other people don't do anything, but the fact of the matter is that Rob and Amber and Tom were doing just fine in the tribe they lived in long before Rupert arrived. They're perfectly willing to work. They built a shelter that didn't practically kill them, after all. Rupert's judging it task-to-task -- "They didn't help me with this, so they don't get any of this" -- is just stupid, although it's a very Rupert thing to do. And not just because it's stupid. Actually, I think the next big show on the Disney Channel is going to be called That's So Rupert, and it's going to make narcissists the next big thing.