Back at camp, Burton lectures Christa that if they're all going to live together, they can't have people sabotaging the tribe. As this yelling goes on, Sandra gives a guilty smile into the camera and then ducks out of sight. In an interview, she explains: when they came back to camp from tribal council, she was determined not to let the rest of the tribe eat the fish that Rupert caught, so she started to take it out of camp -- to hide it, I guess, like any good twelve-year-old character named "Ferret" or "Loogey" in a Disney summer camp farce -- and as she was carrying it, she tripped and dropped the fish all over the ground. I have no idea whether she's telling the truth about tripping on the vine or not -- facially, it doesn't sound very credible, but I don't know why she'd lie in the interview. Either way, she was endeavoring to deny the fish to the tribe in retaliation for their voting out Rupert, and it doesn't really matter much to me how the fish landed on the ground. I see intentional food-wasting in the same light no matter why you do it, so to me, it's pretty much the same as if Ryan-O had dumped the fish because he was angry at the Triumvirate for voting out Andrew. When you deprive hungry people of food out of pure spite, you're an ass. Game or no game, that's an ass move. But let's not dwell on it -- believe me, we'll have plenty of opportunities to discuss these matters as the episode progresses. You're going to be getting all your ethics credits in this one recap -- it's like the best continuing ed seminar ever. And I am the boring putz with the PowerPoint presentation. You can pick up your handouts at the back of the room.
Back at camp, Tijuana seems to be having a chat with Christa, telling her that she saw her behind Jon during the Sandra-Jon smackdown, "in the shadows," so Tijuana thinks Christa is guilty, too. Of course, because of the way she's treated Tijuana so shabbily in the past, Christa has no goodwill to draw upon now. Sandra explains in her interview that she's "in a bind," because if she 'fesses up that she's the guilty party, everyone will hate her -- Christa for holding out, and everyone else for dumping the fish in the first place -- and she's sure to go next. Christa, meanwhile, is tearfully explaining to Tijuana that she knows she looks guilty, but that she's innocent. She weeps in her interview that she feels "alone" and "just want[s] to go home." Blah blah blah. "It sucks being here right now," Christa says miserably. Again, I'd feel a lot more sorry for her if she hadn't been such a sour snot to all these people for the first four weeks. Anyway, she just wants to "get back to real life." And, presumably, touch up her roots.