The anchor comes up, and we're off again. Rupert is up at the bow all Titanic and everything, although he already thinks he's king of the world, so I don't know what he expects to learn up there. Big Tom takes a shot at fishing off the side of the boat, saying that he just wants to catch one so he can beat Rupert on this one day. The women sit around together, with Amber talking to Kathy about the fact that Mogo Mogo is probably getting ready to leave for tribal council. Alicia sums Kathy up fairly simply, just saying that she's "tough" and "wants to get as far in this game as she can." Alicia says that Kathy may be "the perfect person to try to pull over." Alicia also explains that Kathy was fairly forthcoming with information about who was voting with whom on Mogo Mogo, and we see Kathy explain that she votes with Lex and Shii Ann votes with them. Alicia says, however, that she doesn't know that everything Kathy is telling them is entirely true, nor would she expect it would be. See? I love that kind of unemotional, unsentimental approach. Alicia just doesn't take scheming and maneuvering personally, it appears. And that, unlike the behavior of a lot of self-appointed Game Masters, is game play. However, Alicia also understands that Kathy may be telling the truth, because she's looking forward and seeing her tribe down by a member and anticipating the need to "save her ass."
Big Tom relaxes next to his fishing pole. He explains that he never did catch anything, meaning that Rupert has caught more fish in a day using a stick than Tom did on a luxury yacht with fishing poles. He also interviews from his fishing position that Kathy is falling into the Chapera "trap," because the women are working her over as we speak. Merry music takes us out as we watch the women of Chapera bond with Kathy.