Anthony interviews that Rocky being out would get rid of a lot of problems in the tribe, and that Rocky shouldn't be surprised if he gets booted over the way he's talking. Rocky and Anthony have a talk, though, in which Rocky talks about how Rita talks too much. So far, the evidence to support this assertion consists of a conversation with Michelle about makeup and about ten seconds of commentary on the need for people to not all yell at the same time during challenges. Anthony now interviews that people are "looking at Rita," apparently because they're "sick of hearing from" her. He knows that he could be in jeopardy himself, and he's hoping it doesn't turn around on him. Elsewhere, Mookie asks Yau Man whom he'd like to boot, and Yau Man names Rita and Anthony. He thinks the tribe won't really miss either one of them at all. He doesn't care which one of them goes first. Rita and Michelle now arrive, and Mookie says he just wants someone else to decide "for once." Apparently, his previous influence was against his will. Michelle asks whether booting Anthony is okay with him. Mookie says yes. Is it okay with Yau Man? Yes. Rita? Yes. So that should be four, and now they're done arguing.
But, of course, then they have to tell Rocky. When Mookie and Rocky get talking, Rocky starts bitching that Rita talks too much, and Mookie thinks maybe Anthony is getting a little bit better. More manly! Rocky gets all, "Rita's got to go" and "I need you on my side," and all of a sudden, here goes the crazy stuff that happens every time Rocky and Mookie talk. The tribe leaves for tribal council, Mookie saying that, in the past, people went with the majority, but now everybody seems to be a free agent, and "you have to watch your back."
Tribal council. Jeff asks Yau Man about the close finish and the frustration at the challenge. Yau Man says that he was incredibly embarrassed and frustrated to see his smart brain turn to mush, and he just hopes it's temporary. Heh. Jeff asks Mookie whether the tribe was beaten or gave it away. Mookie tries to defend Rocky by saying that it's hard to execute with too many people talking: "We confused him." Rocky now goes into this big thing about how winning the challenge would have set off this epic celebration, which...I agree, but who cares? Rocky says that he felt bad about not delivering that feeling to his tribe.