Around the fire, Big Tom congratulates Rob on immunity and apologizes for the misunderstanding earlier over the issue of plotting and such. Amber says that Big Tom is "scrambling," and that he knows he's a swing vote, so if he chose to team up with Jenna and Rupert and vote Amber off, he could certainly do that. Rob, Amber, and Big Tom have a chat in which Big Tom reiterates that he made an agreement with them, and that he intends to abide by it, and if they want to break it, so be it. Amber argues that you can't blame her for being paranoid, considering that she doesn't have immunity. Asked who he thinks they should get rid of, Big Tom says, "I think Jenna's brain's better than Rupert's." And I agree with that, certainly. At least Jenna's brain seems to have made it out of sixth grade.
Jenna returns to camp with Rupert bearing coconuts, and as we watch her work (who's the "only worker" now, big guy?), she interviews that everyone feels paranoid, but that her decision has been to stick with the alliance she formed early on, and so far, that's been the right choice. She marvels in her interview -- correctly, I think -- that it's pretty remarkable that a four-person alliance formed on the twelfth day has actually managed to make it all the way to the last vote it's going to take for them to be the final four. "So I keep thinking something has to go wrong," she says, and then we cut to a little crab, so either Jenna is slow, or she has pincers or a protective shell, or something. Because it totally felt like a metaphorical animal edit.
Rob and Amber sit on a rock together and talk about what to do. He proposes flipping a coin, because he genuinely has no opinion as between the various choices. He says he's been over and over it, and this is all he can come up with. ["Here's where Rob lost me, because if he doesn't realize that he definitely needs to keep Rupert out of the final two, he's not as smart as I've given him credit for." -- Wing Chun] He doesn't say, of course, exactly what the options would be that he would be choosing between.