Ralph believes it is the time for him, and talks to David about talking to someone on Onomatopoeia about how they have to turn against Rob now or else he'll win the million. David thinks Ralph should be careful and wait until the right time, because he'll only get one chance to talk to the other tribe. "Don't do something stupid," David warns. "All right," Ralph shrugs, then interviews that he has to start playing this game before it's too late. He gets his chance when he and David are around the firepit with Phillip and Andrea. Phillip starts talking about how important and awesome it is that his alliance has stuck together like this, and Ralph agrees that is important -- until the merge. Then, Ralph says, you have to play for yourself and yourself only. "You wanna win the million, or you wanna let Rob win it?" Ralph asks. Phillip says he doesn't want to talk about this. Andrea says nothing. So that means Phillip, who is the wrong person to be approached, is being talked to by the wrong person to do the approaching. Predictably, it goes nowhere and only alienates Zapato from Onomatopoeia even more. David complains that no one wants to play this game, so it's not very fun and there's nothing he can do except hope he isn't voted out next. I don't think we've ever seen an alliance as solidly together as Onomatopoeia, which is impressive. Then again, we've never had someone play this game four times before, either. And against a bunch of people who never played it at all. Still, what Rob has managed to do is impressive, if really boring.
The tribe arrives at their next immunity challenge. Phillip is not wearing his feather. I'm disappointed. Probst explains the challenge: there's a bar suspended over a pool of water and each contestant must hold onto that bar for as long as he can. If people are still left after 20 minutes, they will only be allowed to use their legs to hold onto the bar. The last person left wins immunity. Also, there is a pile of cheeseburgers at a nearby table. If someone feels secure enough about his place in the game to forgo the challenge entirely, he can have as many of them as he can eat until the challenge ends. Only two people go for the food: Steve and Phillip. I'm guessing Phillip figures he's safe enough tonight that he can indulge himself, whereas Steve doesn't think he has a chance to win this and might as well get some real food into his system.