In a cute edit, the flickering projector light becomes the big round moon over Chaboga Mogo where, unsurprisingly, Rupert is already complaining that Rob and Amber had better bring some food back from the reward. Rob and Amber return, hand in hand, and she voices over that you always feel guilty coming back from rewards, and that this was no exception, especially with the car. Rupert asks how it was, and she says it was great, and that they want to tell everybody all about it -- unless they don't want to hear about it, in which case she says they won't go on and on about it. Unsurprisingly, everyone in the group claims that they do want to hear about it. They don't want to appear jealous and ungracious, of course, even though they are. She interviews that she had an option of whether or not to tell everyone that she also received a car, and in the end, she decided that keeping it a secret just wasn't her. Oh, please. So she does tell the rest of the crew the story, and while I think she does her best to make it as non-gloaty as possible, it's actually really difficult to accomplish that, so I'm sure this didn't win her any friends. In an interview, of course, Rupert is totally bitter. "They won a car apiece," he says. He then takes the remarkable step of bitching that they brought back pockets full of candy and actually had some themselves. Those bastards! Rupert would never do that. He's so selfless and so into sharing. Oh, unless it's fish, in which case he's a selfish bastard and an enormous damn hypocrite. Jerk. When people share something with you, you could just sit back and be grateful, you know? Rather than looking for reasons to be offended, for God's sake. The rest of the tribe looks on with disgust as Rob and Amber happily banter about her being a good Catholic girl, and I guess this is where I'm supposed to hate them, but I'm not sure what they've really done wrong, so I don't, really. Yes, they're happy when everybody else is miserable, and yes, seeing them canoodling would probably annoy me if I were stuck out there, but...I'm just not seeing the sin in it, really. Rupert, however, talks about how it would be "justice" if there really were a curse that kept the winners of the car from winning the game. Ah, yes, "justice," Rupert-style. Talk about your kangaroo courts. And then there's a bunch of kissing. Eww, kissing. All of a sudden, they're all having a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: B | 493 USERS: C+
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