Some of the ladies on Tandang are standing in the water: RC, Abi, and Lisa. The younger women encourage Lisa to take off some clothes, since she's standing there in jeans and a shirt, but she doesn't want to do that. She interviews that she's keeping her previous fame under wraps because she doesn't want people to think she doesn't deserve the money. I have to say, if you can make it to the finals, that doesn't seem to come up. I mean, look at Boston Rob. People care more about how you treated others in the game, and how well your strategy worked. Anyway, Lisa tells the women that she has a "ministry for moms" and then interviews that she lost all the money she made from being on television in the stock market crash in the late '80s. She also adds that she wants to use this opportunity to find herself and who she really is. What if she's a loser? Does she really want to know that? Well, I guess you take the good and you take the bad. Whew! Okay, got that one out of the way.
Lisa stays behind while the rest of her tribe goes off to do God knows what. Lisa is going to try to start a fire. RC interviews that Lisa is pretty and old and she doesn't really hang with the rest of them, so they don't trust her. They've known each other for all of a day and RC has already shunned Lisa? I mean, just admit that you don't like her because she's old. Let's not pretend it's for any strategic reason. RC explains this to Skupin, who interviews that Lisa is famous worldwide (was, Michael, was) and he thinks the younger people on the tribe would be starstruck if she revealed her identity. He adds that they might be too young to care, though, and I think that's the case. Imagine if she was like, "I have to tell you all a secret. I played Blair on Facts of Life." And everyone just stared at her like she was talking another language. Because if any of them had seen the show at all, ever, they would have already recognized her. She looks exactly the same. I mean, older, but exactly the same.
That night, Lisa and Skupin are alone in the jungle, and he tells her that he recognized her instantly. Lisa explains that her strategy is to keep her identity under wraps, and if they merge with another tribe and it comes up, she'll reveal it then. She adds that she has been honest about what she's doing now and it's not like everyone else has gotten into their pasts either. That's a justification. It's just going to be weird if she makes it to a merge and someone yells out, "Blair! How's Tootie?" and she has to explain the whole thing. Everyone will wonder why she's hiding it and it'll be a big deal. It would be so much better if she just told the younger people, "Look, I was on a sitcom when I was a kid, I doubt any of you have ever even seen it, but some of the older people playing probably have, so I just wanted to let you know in case they recognize me." She could even bring Skupin into it and say that she didn't think it mattered but then he recognized her so she wanted to come clean so it didn't seem like she was hiding anything. Now it's a Thing with a capital-T. Anyway, Skupin tries to encourage her to come clean in case it might help her game, without revealing that everyone wants to get rid of her.