Tribal council. Jeff asks Edgardo for his first impressions of Ravu. Edgardo says that he anticipated it would be bad -- you know, like regular Survivor. Jeff asks Mookie about getting back into the routine after the immunity challenge, and Mookie talks about how they all did their part either fishing or, in Anthony's case, taking care of the fire. Jeff asks Anthony whether it freaked him out to be isolated from the tribe, boiling water when they're all presumably talking about what to do at tribal council. Anthony says that he was, of course, concerned, but that he did the job they asked him to do.
Rocky decides that this is the time for him to start lecturing, so he turns halfway around and starts telling Anthony "put your cahds on the table" and "put your foot down," taking the delightful bully approach of being like, "It's your fault you let me push you around." Rocky basically says that nobody would have known Anthony didn't want to do the fire if Anthony didn't tell them. Which is stupid. Rocky starts telling Anthony that maybe he can use this wisdom "later in life." Anthony looks incredulous.
Jeff says, "Pretty candid advice." And then he piles on, asking Anthony why he doesn't speak up. Essentially, it's "you are at fault for letting people bully you." Which...I understand thinking that Anthony could handle this better than he is, but I don't understand why Jeff is lecturing Anthony about being a wuss instead of lecturing Rocky for being a condescending bully. Anthony talks about how he tried to speak up early, and generally got pounded on, so he learned to keep quiet. Of course, this sets Rocky off once again, and he starts bleating at Anthony that he has to speak up, and so forth. "Why are you hitting yourself?" is kind of the message. Rocky tells Anthony that he is offering "a life lesson." Wow. Very valuable.
Anthony does step up, at this point, long enough to inform Rocky that the only person who treats him like shit is Rocky, so there's nobody else for Anthony to really stand up to. Rocky has no answer for this, so he goes into a spin about how Rocky doesn't respect himself and has to be comfortable with himself first. I don't get how that's an answer to the statement, basically, that Anthony is okay with his treatment from everyone but Rocky. If Anthony were saying everyone is mean to him, then maybe "respect yourself first" is an answer, but "everyone is perfectly fine except for you" would seem not well suited to that argument.