Ashley stands up next. She hates Phillip and is looking forward to telling him so. "I'm going to speak and you're not going to comment," she says. After 38 days with this guy, how has she not learned that you don't try to boss him around? He immediately snaps back that he will comment if he wants to. "No, you're not," Ashley says. "Yes I will. I'm doing it now," he says. Well, what's she going to do about it? Tattle to Probst? Shut up, Ashley. "That's really pathetic. You look really pathetic," she says; "I wanna say my piece so you're just gonna sit there." Again, Phillip says he has no problem with her saying whatever she wants, but she doesn't get to boss him around. Ashley decides to just talk over him, and starts out by thanking him for teaching her patience in dealing with him for a "torturous 38 days." How was she patient with him? She screamed at him like every other episode. That's not patient. I hope she isn't this "patient" with her actual patients at her nurse job. "You sound like a little whiny child," Phillip says. Ashley gives up on Phillip and moves on to Natalie, asking her why she lied to her when she said she would tell her if she was being voted out. Natalie claims that she didn't know if Ashley was the one being voted out or not until ten minutes before Tribal Council, at which point there was apparently no way for her to let Ashley know the truth. Natalie then tries to suck up to Ashley, saying that she was the bigger threat to go in front of a jury with and no one wants to bring that to the end if he doesn't have to. Ashley snaps that Natalie is "sad" and then tells Rob that he lied to a lot of people and she was wrong to put him up on a pedestal like she did. Thanks for realizing that way too late, idiot. She says she doesn't know who he really is and doesn't think she wants to know. Which is probably fine with Rob, since he apparently never liked Ashley in the first place. And he did know the real Ashley.
Grant goes next. He asks Natalie about her alliance with Rob and Rob about his alliance with Natalie, basically wondering what they had that Rob seemed to think he didn't with Grant. Natalie says Rob aligned with her from the very beginning and she always felt like she could trust him, while Grant was a much bigger threat to Rob winning than she ever was. Obviously. Rob says his alliance with Natalie began when she came up to him and said "tell me what to do." He also trusted and valued his bond with Grant, but knew that Grant could "kick [his] ass" in the end. So he didn't let him have the chance to try. Grant sighs that it would have been fun to battle Rob in the end. Fun for Grant, maybe. But I doubt that it would have been much fun for Rob because Rob wants to win a million dollars and going against Grant would have made it that much harder for him. Why does Grant not understand that? He's an idiot, too.