Ken thinks he's solved the puzzle, but Probst says no way. Seriously -- half the pieces are still next to the mask. Ken heads back to the first mask. Matty and Bob are both working on their masks. Bob takes another guess -- and wins. Matty looks truly upset. They send the helicopter out to fetch Susie and Probst puts the necklace on Bob. Bob tells us that he's now won four challenges in a row at the ripe old age of fifty-seven. That is pretty damn impressive. Ken tells us he's waiting to see if Bob keeps his word and gives him the necklace tonight.
The contestants return to camp. Ken and Crystal immediately run to the woods to plot. Ken wants to take Bob out tonight instead of Matty if Bob gives him the necklace. Crystal goes along with it. Ken tells us that he never thought Bob would be such a Challenge Monster, and they should have gotten rid of him instead of Randy, but they just hated Randy so much. See, Randy? Being nice does pay off. Ken knows that none of them have a chance against Bob if he makes it to the Final Three, so he needs to go ASAP. Crystal tells us that she doesn't care who goes home tonight as long as it's not Crystal. Oh, there's a second person named Crystal playing this game? How cool of Crystal 1 to be watching out for Crystal 2 like that, then. What? She's referring herself in the third person again? Oh. Sara M doesn't get why people do that.
Ken tells Bob he's feeling scared tonight and wants the necklace. Ken tells us that things are lose-lose for Bob now. If he doesn't give Ken the necklace he promised, he'll "look bad." To who, exactly? The jury, the majority of whom will vote for Bob no matter what he does because they hate everyone else in this game so much? If Bob does give up the necklace, he'll look good but go home. I don't think anyone will think badly of Bob if he doesn't give that necklace up. Last season, Eric gave the necklace up and looked like a moron. You only look bad if you do something that stupid. Bob doesn't want to look stupid, right? Then again, there's an excellent chance that Bob has never seen an episode of this show. Ken tells Bob he's afraid of being blindsided tonight. Bob says that's impossible -- everyone wants to get rid of Matty. Bob is reluctant to commit to anything, but Ken pushes, saying he feels really nervous. Meanwhile, who's gabbing away in the background? And why are they talking strategy so close to someone else?