Phillip sits in his chair and keeps ranting, saying that every time something comes up with "the people of the former Zapa-Zapatella tribe," they say he's crazy, even though he was clearly sane enough to think he used to be a federal agent. Steve sarcastically salutes Phillip, who accuses Steve of racism again. Steve just stands there and points at Phillip, who gets to his feet and makes a gesture that is so vulgar that we don't get to see it, not even with a blur. Ralph steps in and asks if they can't all just get along. I don't know why Ralph is even bothering with this. He should just sit back and watch like Julie. There's nothing anyone can do. And the more people try to step in or say something, the more Phillip works himself up into a lather. Oh, and now Phillip just used the N-word. Steve interviews: "crazy crazy Phil being crazy Phil." He says the chip on Phillip's shoulder is so big that it's more like a log. Steve stirs some rice and mutters to Rob and Grant that his alliance is voting for Phillip tomorrow, just FYI. He then returns to his tribe's shelter section and wonders to Julie how someone like Phillip (who is walking on the beach wearing just his pink briefs and his feather headband, like any other rational person would do) could have possibly been a government agent.
Episode Report CardSara M: C | 1194 USERS: C+
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