You can put Britney Spears in any costume you want -- eighteenth-century Victorian lady, '40s flapper, cavewoman -- she still looks undeniably like something that could only have been conceived during the Tiger Beat era. Except maybe for that last one.
We're now with Maraamu on Day 6. Rob tells us in a confessional that during the earlier challenge, they had "some pretty stinky fish, and [they] had to stick [their faces] in it." He says that everybody in his tribe did a good job, and that when it was his turn, he blew it. Literally. So Maraamu is headed back to Tribal Council, and everyone is quiet and keeping to him- or herself. Sean approaches Vecepia to tell her that he's 100\% sure that either he or Sarah will be voted off next. He reveals that Hunter told Rob that Sarah's not doing her part, and then Vecepia tells us in a confessional that Sarah knows she's a "liability." She says Sarah is just on Survivor for the ride, and will let herself be carried along as long as someone else is willing. We then see Rob tell Hunter and Gina that "no doubt this woman's killing my home life." Hunter wants to know why Rob's letting that happen and shakes his head in discouragement as he wonders aloud if Rob thinks that's a wise strategic move. Rob says in a confessional that if Sarah leaves tonight, he'll be forced to decide between being one of Hunter's worker bees, or joining Sean and risking "looking stupid." Sean and Boston go off together and Rob -- who sounds like Sylvester Stallone sucking on rocks -- thinks they made a mistake in voting off Peter off in the earlier Council when Patricia was the weakest. Sean blames Rob for their current predicament, on the grounds that Rob excessively "pumped up" Patricia. At this point, Sean thinks she's doing "too much talkin'," and makes jazz hands to signify it. Rob agrees that Patricia has become cocky, but Sean seems more bothered that she's loud, and just wants Patricia to chill. He then tells Rob he's voting his conscience and doesn't even want Rob to tell Sean his voting plans. Of course, he doesn't need Rob to tell him, because of his telepathy. They shake hands anyway, and as Rob walks away, he says, "I don't know, man."