Once the Gota tribe returns to their camp, they can actually let themselves celebrate their awesome fortune and discuss how they're probably going to win every challenge from here on out. Eddie interviews that the former Favorites still have a majority in the tribe but he thinks they'll be able to avoid Tribal Council for a while, so it won't matter.
Reynold, who has a history of running his mouth, immediately tells Erik and Malcolm that Sherri is "the worst person" and she's been trying to vote him and Eddie out since day one. What a dummy. Even Erik knows that if Sherri was trying to ditch Reynold, that's probably a strike against Reynold, not Sherri. Even ERIK KNOWS! Erik interviews that Reynold is like a "used car salesman."
Sherri goes in the water with Brenda and Andrea and says that Eddie is a nice guy when he's away from Reynold, but Reynold is the worst. Brenda and Andrea laugh that obviously Sherri would like to see Reynold be the next voted off, and Sherri shares that Reynold already played one Idol; she doesn't think he has another yet, but she knows he's looking. Andrea confirms in an interview that the Favorites still plan to stick together, so any information is welcome.
The new Bikal also returns to their camp. Corinne interviews that she loves Michael because he's "a gay" and she wants to turn on her alliance to align with "a gay." Look, it's not like Corinne is homophobic, but she is treating Michael like a pet. I mean, some gay people are dipshits, just like some straight people are dipshits. If someone did an interview saying that they wanted to align with the cute little Asian lady because she's "an Asian" and for no other reason, that would be offensive too. I'm just saying, Corinne has been flying under the radar thus far, but this episode just reminded everyone how she's an idiot.
Phillip finds Julia inside the shelter and immediately announces that he's taking her under his wing. Of course, Phillip has welcomed everyone into his alliance so far, whether he intended to keep them around or not, so this means nothing. Julia is interested but skeptical, and Phillip interviews that out of the three Fans on his tribe now, he thinks she's the most likely to flip, so that's why he approached her. I don't know if he's right or not, but Matt and Michael are clearly a pair so whatever they do, they will do together.
Malcolm and Andrea go into the jungle and share what they've learned so far abut their new tribemates. Malcolm is surprised to hear that Reynold has already played an Idol. They agree that this is a perfect scenario, to have the new tribemates already hating one another so they don't have to worry about them banding together somehow. Andrea also asks Malcolm if he has an Idol. We know that he does, but he tells her no. Malcolm interviews that he's "an accomplished liar to women" (hope your mom's proud, dude) so he thinks she bought it. Come on, Malcolm. I know you can't be perfect, but don't be so gross about women. Please?