The tribe returns to camp. Rob and Grant are hungry, so they decide to make a ton of rice and forget about their rations. They even sing a song about it:
by Rob, Grant, and Phillip
Gotta eat more than the old Zapatera tribe
We're gonna eat ourselves out of house and home after one day!
That "hey" came from Phillip, who also contributed a terrible dance. The girls, as usual, contributed nothing. Andrea opens the rice canister, only to find that some of the rice is discolored and also moving. Yes, they have mold and maggots. And the editors seem to think we want to see them in a close-up. Yuck. They have to dump all the rice out on a blanket and separate the maggots from the good rice, but now they have nowhere to keep their rice, since the rice container is gross. Rob says they can just put it in Zapato's container and everyone will eat from that one container, and even Phillip knows enough about human nature to know Zapato won't be on board with that. "I wouldn't want to do it if I was them," he says. Remember that comment, guys. Andrea bravely heads over to ask Zapato if they can put their rice in with Zapato's. Steve immediately says no way. Andrea pretty much figured what the answer would be and walks away, but Phillip is pissed. Apparently he's already forgotten how he said he wouldn't let them use the rice container if he were them, as he interviews that he can't believe how cruel the other tribe is being to them. He says this goes beyond the game of Survivor and speaks to how terribly Steve, Julie, and Ralph will treat other human beings. Of course, this is especially amazing since, as you'll recall, Phillip gleefully stole a good amount of Zapato's rice like ten minutes ago. When Phillip deprives his fellow human beings of food, that's noble. When Zapato do it, it's a war crime.