Back at the wreckage, Jenna asks what the next step in recovering the camp should be, and Butch heads straight for his banner. He interviews that his first thought was to question whether the fire could have been his fault, but they'll never know. He is disappointed to have lost his "Believe in Yourself" sign and concludes, "So now we're really gonna have to believe in ourselves to make it through the next five days." They stand around and stare some more while HeiDDi is "blown away" and Butch finds it "unbelievable." Apparently, the proper posture for someone whose home and belongings have just burned to the ground is Hands on Hips.
Rob and Matthew toast each other: "To two!" They agree that they'll be the finalists together, before digging into the hot dogs. And it's a good thing they decide to eat the hot dogs first, since the hamburger meat still looks raw. Rob earnestly says, "I love hot dogs soooo much!" while Matthew talks through a mouthful: "Bon appétit, dude!" Matthew toothily interviews that it's great that two people with two different strategies have come together. He claims to have learned the game from Rob, while Rob learned his survival skills "through watching"Matthew. In the beginning, Rob helped Matthew, and now it's Matthew's turn to help Rob. They sit Indian-style on a red and white plaid picnic blanket as Rob announces that he's run out of credit and no one trusts him anymore. Matthew jumps in to say, "Except for me!" He not only trusts Rob, but credits him for his current standing in the game. Matthew further explains, "So many times you came through and gave me...just enough information." Hee. I don't know that I'd want my best allies to be the ones who give me "just enough information." Rob waves a fork around as he says that, just like Matthew wouldn't be there without him, Rob wouldn't be able to finish the game without Matthew. As we see a pseudo-funky shot of the two men in the sideview mirror of the Saturn, Rob interviews that he's taken them to this point, but that he has no more moves and has done all he can do. He metas that Matthew is now in the driver's seat, while he's got shotgun. Rob continues wielding the fork as he insists that no one else would trust him to go to the end, and that he owes Matt everything. In an interview, Matthew says he's "so stoked" to have crafted strong relationships with both Rob and Butch, who each think Matthew's going into the final two with them. A curious monkey scratches its ear as Rob jokingly asks whether Matt's going to put the car in "long-term parking." Matt ambles over to give the car a big, creepy smooch, leaving yucky lip marks behind. Matthew finishes up his interview by telling us that he has two options locked in, and that it will be a difficult choice, because he'll have to backstab someone -- the first time he'll had to do so during the game.