Rob, meanwhile, talks to Andrea, saying that it's all well and good that Phillip is turning his craziness on the other tribe for now, but obviously he's going to turn against them once Zapato has been voted out. Rob interviews that Phillip managed to make an argument over "white rice" into a race thing, and he has no idea how he did it. Well, maybe if they weren't all calling the rice "white rice," he wouldn't have a problem. Rob and Grant walk along the beach and talk about the incident and how uncomfortable it made them. But Rob doesn't seem particularly eager to vote Phillip out for that. In fact, he says Phillip is so unpleasant that he'll be "Public Enemy No. 1" when he's sitting next to Rob in the Final Three. All Rob has to do now, he says, is figure out who Public Enemy No.2 is and make sure he or she is also at the end with Rob. Ashley, on the other hand, says she'd "rather die than keep [Phil] around."
And then the contestants at the Immunity Challenge. Probst explains: each contestant has a circular puzzle base they must release from its holder by spinning around it. They will then be slightly dizzy and have to complete a puzzle. The first six to do that will place their circular completed puzzle in the middle of another, larger circular puzzle base and complete the puzzle around it. The first person to complete it wins immunity. Probst calls go, and the contestants spin around. Probst can't help but point out that Phillip is moving "very slow," because Probst is a racist. Andrea gets her puzzle base down first, quickly followed by most of the others, except for Ashley, who is so dizzy that she stumbles and falls on her way to the puzzle table, and Phillip, who I'm only pointing out here because I'm racist. Rob finishes his puzzle first. Julie and Ralph are the next, shockingly enough. I guess all that rice and spoiled fish are helping them. Phillip shouts out that he's solved it, but then his last puzzle piece doesn't actually fit, so nevermind. Andrea and Steve actually do solve their puzzles, leaving just one spot in the finals. Grant gets it.
Second round: Steve takes an early lead, but Andrea seems to be doing well also. Ralph and Julie, meanwhile, don't seem to understand how to even start this puzzle. Rob suddenly catches up and takes the lead from Steve, but then Andrea has only one piece left and it doesn't fit somehow. "No!" she shouts, as Rob pounds his final piece into place. "Whoa, whoa, easy brother, easy!" Probst tells him. Probst is such a nerd. Just as Steve is fitting his final piece in, Rob manages to get his puzzle solved, winning the challenge. Probst is happy because he gets to touch Rob as he puts the immunity necklace around his neck. He sends them all away, and Steve interviews that he was so close to winning the challenge, but didn't, so now his tribe is going to target Phillip and hope enough people on Onomatopoeia are sick enough of him (or racist enough) to vote with them.