The next day, Phillip hauls some wood back to camp, walking past the rest of his tribe having yet another beach day. He says they should start stockpiling wood because another storm is coming in. They say nothing until Phillip is out of earshot, and then they talk behind his back. Ashley complains that Phillip never asks them to do anything -- he just "dictates." That's a good point, actually. Meanwhile, Rob and Grant talk about how Phillip just needs to accept that the girls aren't going to do anything and move on, as they have. Phillip is not going to do this, of course, so he yells at the girls again, saying he's frustrated with how he tells them to do something and they just sit there and don't do it. Ashley decides to have an honest interaction with Phillip for the first time, and asks him why he speaks to the women in his tribe differently than he does the men. Phillip doesn't really answer her question (which was a good question, to Ashley's credit), just says that he's not going to do any work tomorrow.
Then he does answer her question, saying that the men actually do work around camp, along with Andrea. Of course, he pronounces her name wrong because he has a throat issue he's getting treatment for, and Ashley corrects him. Undaunted, he says that Andrea cooks and stuff, while Ashley and Natalie lie around like they're in a beauty pageant. "I am tired of being the red stepchild to you two!" he cries, causing Ashley to spit out her mug of coffee or rice and burst out laughing. Natalie contributes with this: "uh, are you still talking?" Does she want to wake up with a spear in her chest? Ashley continues to poke at Phillip and then says she's going to walk away now. Not so fast! "I will follow you!" Phillip says, doing just that. The look of horror on Natalie's face is kind of priceless. Ashley, who is somehow still alive after all that, interviews that Phillip is crazy. Duh, Ashley. She says she's annoyed by Phillip's insanity and is "done" with him. Rob, of course, has to have an opinion about all of this, and interviews that if they keep fighting like this, then their tribe will be seriously divided. So he will have to pull Phillip aside and play peacemaker.