Ken and Corinne meet at the dock. Ken says that Bob's win spoiled "our" plans. Does he means the Fang alliance's plans or something he's cooked up with Corinne? Either way, Corinne's got a trap to set. She says "that's okay" because she's got something that she thinks will keep her safe tonight. "I won't say anything, I promise," Ken says. Corinne strikes, telling him the Marcus idol story and ending with Bob giving it to her and Matty being blindsided out tonight. Ken agrees that that is probably Corinne and Bob's best option (not to mention Ken's). So, really, it's in Ken's best interests to keep this a secret from his alliance and let Matty be blindsided at Tribal, no? If the idol is real, then Corinne and Bob don't need a majority vote to take Matty out at all. I'm starting to see some cracks in Bob's genius idea. Ken says he'd like to talk to Bob about this, and Corinne goes off to get him, saying he has to tell him that she told Ken about the idol. Left alone, Ken says he might have to jump alliances.
Corinne and Bob return. Corinne butters Ken up, asking for his input since he's just as smart as they are. Ken says he agrees that they should take Matty out next. Corinne asks if Crystal ("because she's smarter than the rest of them") would vote for Matty with the three of them. Ken says he thinks so. Bob says they'll pull Crystal into a Final Four alliance and vote for Matty tonight. Yeah, a Final Four alliance with two people in it who the jury is sure to vote for over Ken or Crystal. Ken would be a moron to side with Bob and Corinne. Corinne tells us that this "ridiculously hair-brained scheme" might actually work. This proves to her that the mutants she's playing with are truly stupid. I think they're all stupid not to blindside Sugar right now. She's not an immunity threat, but she has an idol.
Bob gets to work on his second Fake Idol. This time he's got twine (fishing line), beads, and metal charms at his disposal. How did he get those? Did his wife give them to him? What the hell? They've got idol-looking faces on them and everything! It's actually more convincing than his last fake idol! There must be a craft store nearby where Bob is getting these. Ah, it turns out that the metal charms were taken off of the contestants' torches. I think next season, they're going to have to make some new rules about what can and cannot be used to create a fake idol, or else we're just going to watch hours and hours of contestants doing craft projects. In which case, I'm going to turn this recapping job over to my grandmother. She likes crafts.