Over at Matsing, Roxy is still pissed that Malcolm and Andrea are cuddling at night. It seriously is so innocuous; maybe an arm around a shoulder or a leg slung over another. I do get why Roxy might think it's a threat, but she seems to be blowing it out of proportion, especially before an Immunity Challenge. Maybe wait until you lose a challenge, and THEN bring it up when everyone is casting about for a reason to eliminate someone. Anyway, Roxy goes to Russell and tells him her rationale: that they need to break up a strong couple and the tribe needs Malcolm more than it needs Angie. Russell interviews that Angie's got nice boobs but Malcolm needs to resist temptation. I get why the tribe wants to keep Malcolm around for challenges, but it kind of bugs me that they're all framing this with Angie as the temptress and Malcolm as the typical guy who can't help himself. That whole trope is gross. Also weird is the new night vision cameras (or maybe it's a function of it being almost light outside during filming) where the pictures are a weird sepia tone, so all of the shots of Malcolm and Angie flirting look like an Instagram filter has been applied.
Next, Roxy goes to Denise and makes her case for ditching Angie. Denise listens but doesn't say much, and then interviews that she has an alliance with Malcolm so she's not sure how to proceed. Roxy continues to argue her case, and makes a good point when she says that if it comes down to Malcolm, Angie, and third person, the third person is obviously going to get ditched. Look, Roxy is making really good points. She's just way too manic about it, like she's desperate to sell something and no one is buying. Plant the seed, Roxy. Let it grow on its own. Malcolm senses that something's up, and he suspects that people are threatened by his flirtation with Angie, which is a problem.
Over at Tandang, it's raining and they're chatting about their favorite foods. Lisa is having trouble dealing, so she wanders off into the jungle. She interviews that she's an introvert, and really shy, so she has trouble with the chit chat of the tribe. I get that. I would want to stab myself or someone else if I were stuck with the same five people, especially if half of them were super annoying extroverts. This is part of the reason why I'm a freelancer. My current co-workers take naps and go to bed early. The problem is that this is a social game, and Lisa's tribemates think that she must be hunting for the Idol every time she takes off to get some alone time. Abi interviews that Lisa seems sneaky and like an outsider, and she's not trying to connect with the other tribe members. Meanwhile, Lisa is sitting on the well, crying. She interviews that she doesn't feel like she's fitting in. How does Lisa look like she's wearing full eye makeup right now? Is it tattooed? The rest of her tribe concludes that she must have found the Idol, because she keeps looking for it. They all agree that Lisa will be the first to go. Lisa returns to the shelter as we hear her tearfully voiceover that it's hard being on the outside, and she might not be cut out for this game. I feel for her a bit, but she really has to suck it up if she wants to stick around.