In a confessional Keith tells us Ogakor played as a team that "stayed out a vision," and that if Kucha knows what Ogakor is doing they are "really good nice people." I want to know how Keith thinks Kucha should be acting if they know. Keith then says he's realized that he'd rather play on a team with some of the Kucha members than with some of the Ogakors. Duh. While they're fishing together we see Rodger tell Keith, "I'd say somebody in your old group is going to be a millionaire." And Keith pauses for a long time and tells Rodger not to count himself out yet. Keith tells us that he and Tina made the decision to be with people they really like at the end. We then cut to a shot of Elisabeth telling Tina that Rodger "has [her] heart" and that she loves him. I do too. Tina agrees, "He's a good one." I think so too. Tina then tells us in a confessional that there are people that are more deserving on the other team. I concur. She wants the contest to be "on a individual basis" and she wants the "good guys to win." Makes good sense to me. We all know what this is leading up to, right? Absolutely nothing. As much as I enjoy being hit over the head repeatedly with a fishing pole, I will not let Mark Burnett toy with my or your emotions. We then cut to a shot of evil Jerri pounding a stick into the ground. In her evil whispery voice she says she feels a lot of distance between herself and the former Ogakors. She tells us, "It's the paranoia again setting in," and takes a giant step in admitting the first of her multiple psychoses. She says she cannot be complacent and that "[your] back will be stabbed faster than [you] can spit." As Jerri talks about paranoia we continue to see her hacking away at Keith's head -- I mean, the post.
It's dusk at Barramundi and Tina tells us that there has always been a problem with the cooking of the rice. She says it "has to be cooked to Jerri's specifications," and that if it's imperfect "you catch it." I bet lots of things can be caught from Jerri. The tribe talks a bit about spices, including "parmesan pizza" which sounds like a strange spice to me. Alicia volunteers that the "lemon pepper is not great in the rice." Elisabeth tells us that as she stirred the rice, Jerri and Lamber watched her every move. We then see a shot of Jerri giving her evil glare of death-to-bad-ricemakers to Elisabeth. Lamber starts warning Elisabeth to be careful and is backseat cooking all over the place. Elisabeth is frustrated and tells us, "Jerri's over on her log" complaining that it's mushy. We then see Jerri saying it's "like potatoes," and Elisabeth says, "I know you don't like mushy. But it's mushy. And it will be mushy all over you if you don't shut your stinkin' piehole" except without that last sentence. Elisabeth tells us in a confessional that she feels like she's under a magnifying glass and announces, "Don't tell me what I'm supposed to be doing when I'm making you dinner. Don't!" Tina says that Jerri's comments hurt Elisabeth's feelings. We then see a peeved Tina cat to the group that, "I try to stay away from cooking so I don't have to be judged." Jerri cackles and then realizes Tina's talking about her. If my Rodger can't win, Tina, all soccer mom 'tude, is looking like a contender. Elisabeth tells us she's found some cracks in Ogakor and that there's "definite dissension" between Jerri and Tina. Back over dinner, one of the Kucha women announces that Rodger would like to say a blessing because I guess he can't just come right out and say it himself. Tina sounds out, sounding it out a bit like Corky from Life Goes On, "That's a good idea." Smoke starts coming out of Jerri's orifices while Rodger prays. Sadly, it's a short prayer so she doesn't turn into a pile of ashes. Elisabeth says that she's become aware that Ogakor is divided and that she's started to feel like she can lead Kucha to victory over Ogakor by being "a little more ruthless."