Andrea smirks like she isn't going to voted to Redemption Island and getting her ass kicked by Matt next. Francesca and Matt hug, and Francesca tells Matt to "give 'em hell." Probst congratulates Matt and sends Francesca away, telling her to toss her buff in the fire on her way out. What, no special catchphrase for that, Probst? Nothing about fire representing life and buffs representing ... uh ... life also? I'm disappointed. Probst tells Matt to head back to camp and wait for his next opponent. Matt laughs mirthlessly, so he is called back to the feet of Probst and asked what's so funny? Matt says the Redemption Island camp is nothing compared to the Onomatopoeia camp he left and it's tough being by himself. But he has no choice but to "seize the moment." Probst is delighted to hear Matt repeating his words and sends him back with a "make it happen." Thanks, Coach. Probst tells the studio audience they may also go back to their camps and it's up to them what, if anything, they tell their tribemates about Redemption Island. For some reason, they have to do this in slow motion, even though all they're doing is walking down some fake stone stairs. Steve voiceovers that this was an "eye-opener" for him and he's hoping to use this against Li'l Russell by telling him that Francesca won the challenge instead of Matt.
Ashley and Andrea return to camp. Rob asks Andrea how Matt is doing, like he cares, and Andrea says he's "pissed." Ashley says they didn't get to talk to Francesca or Matt, but Matt said he was hoping to get revenge on them. Rob obliges the producers and interviews that Redemption Island is scary because Matt could come back into the game and team up with Andrea again and then, somehow, the two of them would vote Rob's alliance out. Rob decides to talk to Andrea. He says he's really sorry about what happened to Matt, but it wasn't just his decision. Four people wanted Matt to leave. Oh, please. Andrea's not going to buy that. She was in Rob's alliance. She knows that he runs everything. And was totally okay with it until he ran everything against her closest ally behind her back. Andrea whines that she doesn't know where she stands now. Rob says she's still in their alliance. Andrea asks if that means that Phillip and Kristina are going before she is. Rob says they are. Andrea interviews that despite what Rob told her, she thinks she's in a bad position and doesn't trust anyone. But she's going to pretend she trusts Rob and is part of his alliance so he doesn't think she's scheming and vote her out. Then Andrea's crying and saying she's really angry at her former alliance. I guess that's why you shouldn't ally with a guy who played this game three times already and has proven time and time again not to be a trustworthy ally.