Christy has joined HeiDDi and Jenna under the shelter, and happily announces that they just never know whom to trust in the game. HeiDDi flatly responds, "No. I never lied to you. Either." Christy is caught off-guard and stutters through her response that she never lied to HeiDDi, but that it is still ultimately part of the game. HeiDDi nods and agrees that they can't do anything about it, claiming that when she and Jenna are gone, Christy will be next to go. HeiDDi thinks it "sucks," but she clearly only means the part about her and Jenna being gone is what sucks. She interviews that when she woke up in the morning, she realized that she hadn't lasted out there for just thirty-one days to be "screwed over and just take it." HeiDDi asks why Christy's not mad that she's come this far only to have the men vote her out, and Christy agrees that it does make her mad, but asks how can she change it? HeiDDi explains that the women can either be voted out first, or decide to make it to the final three together. As HeiDDi continuing to plead her whiney case, she voice-overs that she knows Christy is the wild card, and it's "okay" if Christy makes it to the Final Four. How big of her. She adds that if she and Jenna can get HeiDDi to vote with them, they'll have a 50\% chance of remaining in the game, whereas they'll have a "zero percent" chance of staying without Christy. HeiDDi commands Christy to think about it, insisting that it's her call before making a last plea for the women to finish in the top three. Christy noncommittally agrees to "see what happens."
Feet stomp through the mud, as Christy warns Rob to "watch out for big spiders." An ancient monkey looks on. Poor old toothless monkey. Rob smiles as he reveals that he had a long talk with Jenna and HeiDDi, who can't believe that Christy might last longer in the game than they. Christy puts her hands up in the air and exclaims, "Yes!" before insisting, "I want to. I really really want to." Except at first I think she's saying, "I want you. I really really want you," and I get very confused. She adds that she "seriously" deserves to outlast Jenna and HeiDDi, and that she sees it as her next challenge. Rob further explains that HeiDDi and Jenna think they've worked harder than Christy has; Christy responds that she hasn't even seen Jenna chop down a tree. She voice-overs that although she could go further in the game with the girls, she prefers the company of the honest and fun boys. In the conversation with Rob, Christy wears a royal blue shirt that emphasizes the color of her eyes, and she looks beautiful. In her interview, she wears her saggy, turquoise swimsuit, and the effect is less beautiful. Christy thinks it's funny that Jenna has approached her, insistently "need[ing] to talk." She mock-responds, "Now you need to talk to me?" pointing out that they could have considered her in the seventh grade when they were choosing dodgeball teams, but that they didn't, and now they actually expect to be on prom committee with her? Actually, she says they could have respected or considered her throughout the game, but that the whole thing is just so high school. In an interview, Christy wonders whether it's better to win a million or to "be the final girl that kicked butt." She gulpily giggles that it's a hard decision because she has all the power. The other men have joined Rob and Christy; Rob gleefully gloats as he and Christy pretend to spit on their hands and shake on it.