Meanwhile at camp, the Barramundi tribe sits around and talks about Jerri and Lamber behind their backs. Hee. Alicia calls out Lamber on her silly response to Jerri's picking her and then compares her to a beauty queen. What's with all the beauty queen references? Elisabeth tells us the bitchfest was the first time they felt like a tribe, and they felt like they'd won the prize instead of Jerri. Keith tells the group he's cooked for two Presidents and "all kinds of bigwigs" and that he's never been stressed until the last few days, and over rice of all things! They grill some canned spaghetti that looks like a mess of worms. Elisabeth gives Tina her share and says she likes seeing Tina enjoy it.
Back in the Tent of Despair and Destruction, Lamber says that Tina has been extra chipper since the merge, and that she's been "talking in a different voice." And then Lamber does a pathetic imitation of Tina's voice that is not in the least bit funny. Jerri says they have to keep their eyes on Tina and that she's going to backstab them. Lamber "totally" agrees. Lamber then says that "it's a completely different game" and that playing for yourself is harder. As if she'd know. They then toast to making it to the end together.
Lamber and Jerri return to camp and everyone ignores them. Instead of bringing the tribe back some food, they bring boomerangs. They can buy those for themselves at the airport gift shop! Lamber tells us in a confessional that no one "even turned around to look at [them]" and that she didn't like it. Because she's used to being looked at. Tina asks what kind of dessert they had and Lamber won't say in an ill-guided attempt to not piss the others off. I'd be pissed if someone couldn't trust me to hear what they had for dessert without getting made over it. Tina snarks, "We had a great time. Don't you feel bad at all." Tina, with all the dissing this episode!
Jerri follows Colby down to the beach and expresses her concern that Tina and Keith will gather Kuchas and come after their alliance. Jerri says, "It's not good for us to just assume that we can trust her." In what I think is a very old confessional, Jerri says that Colby is middle ground and that he's not letting on what his plans are. Jerri then whisperingly suggests that Colby lead Keith and Tina to believe that they and Colby will be the final three. Colby tells her that Keith and Tina have thought that since before the merge and that it's been his "bargaining chip." In a confessional, he tells us that Jerri thinks it's just a ploy, but that he really is planning to get to the final three with Keith and Tina. We then see Colby reassure Jerri that they "still have complete control of this thing." Colby then tells us in a confessional that Jerri doesn't "deserve to win this thing" solely because of how badly she treats other people. As Jerri learned at that morning's challenge, what goes around comes around. Suddenly Lamber appears out of nowhere, and it's difficult to tell if she's been there the whole time and was typically silent, or if she just tracked the others down. The three keep looking nervously over their shoulders. Lamber makes Colby hug her and Colby grabs her "tummy" and asks if it's full. Jerri gets jealous and wants her tummy grabbed too. Colby hugs her but holds his breath and crosses his fingers behind his back. Jerri then tells us she no longer feels vulnerable as a result of their conversation.