So what IS going on back at camp? Kat tells the group that she hated when Kim said that Chelsea was hungry, because they're all hungry. Troy tells her that it had nothing to do with food and it was strategy. Unfortunately, Kat's not smart enough to ask why Kim would take Chelsea as part of her strategy when Troy is also claiming that Chelsea's part of Kim's final three. Wouldn't it be a better strategy to take people who aren't already in your pocket? Troy interviews that he's going to make the most of this opportunity to get in people's heads and he continues to tell Kat that she's not in the know and she needs to catch her snap about the situation.
Kat, clearly affected by Troy's speechifying, interviews that she's pissed that Kim didn't take her and she's pissed that Troy keeps saying that she's not a leader -- she's just a follower. Sabrina pulls Kat aside and says that Kim left the people that she could trust back at camp and Sabrina is going to use this time to get info from Christina. Kat cries in an interview that she's not a weak player and she's going to do whatever she can to be portrayed as strong, including voting Kim out if that's what it takes. Sabrina interviews that Kat is "a hot mess" but Troy is really savvy and he's the one person who really could win all the remaining immunity challenges.
Sabrina subtly asks Troy what his master plan would be, if she agreed to go with him. Troy says that Kim could win immunity, everyone likes her and she's got Chelsea in her pocket, so they need to get rid of her. Troy offers to vote with an anti-Kim alliance if they want. Sabrina says they'd need one more girl and Christina chimes in that they need to do something, because she thinks either she or Sabrina would be the first woman voted out of the alliance. Sabrina interviews that she was just feeling out Christina to see how easily Troy could sway her if Sabrina seemed interested and it turned out that Sabrina folded like a cheap suit or whatever the saying is. Cheap suit? House of cards? Something that folds easily? Pre-scored paper? I don't know.
The three rewardees return to camp. Kim tries to get Kat to sit next to her and Kat refuses, because she's a child. Kat interviews that she was thinking about a lot of things and she wasn't sure if they were seeds planted by Troy or ridiculous things she was thinking about. She doesn't know what she's thinking about? Finally, Kim gets Kat to come aside and talk to her. Kim starts out well, saying that she had every intention of taking Kat when they talked about it, but then she realized that she had to make a choice based on winning the game, not who she likes best. Kat says that it made her look like a follower and now everyone thinks that she is one. This is where Kim goes wrong; she starts saying that the choice wasn't easy for her and she's had the worst day in the game and she wishes she didn't win. That's a terrible argument, because Kat doesn't give a shit. What Kim needs to say is that Kat is an integral part of their strategy and she has made a lot of key decisions and Kim will cop to that in front of a jury. THAT'S what Kat wants to hear. So Kat just sputters because she doesn't feel bad for Kim, nor should she. Kim interviews that she's paying for making a decision based on something other than strategy. Wait, she just told Kat that the decision was strategy-based and now she's saying it wasn't? I am still confused as to WHY Kim chose the people that she chose. Not that I really care, but they've talked about it so much that I feel like I should know.