Two "little waiters," as Ashley describes them, suddenly appear with Ashley and Natalie's food. Ashley and Natalie head off to eat their meals. Ashley appears to be enjoying some nasty Survivor pizza and nachos, while Natalie has some kind of pasta dish and desserts. They divide everything up amongst each other and enjoy the hell out of it. For a while. Soon enough, they feel pretty sick. But Natalie is still grateful to Ashley for picking her to share in the reward. Meanwhile, Rob and Grant, so jealous, mutter that they hope the girls get sick from the food and/or choke on it. Rob interviews that he's starting to worry that Natalie and Ashley might be getting "too close for comfort," much like he did with Amber and he decided that Andrea was with Matt. "A couple is very powerful in this game. Even if it's two girls," he says. And he isn't wrong, as Ashley whispers to Natalie that it might be in their best interests to team up with whoever comes back from Redemption Island against Rob and Phillip. Natalie has nothing to say about this, because she has nothing to do with strategy on this show. Instead, she interviews that she was hoping Ashley wouldn't pick her for the reward because now she's stuck between her loyalty to Rob and her bond with Ashley.
Rob talks to Natalie when Ashley isn't around and asks her how Ashley's feeling. Natalie says she's "really confident" and counting on Natalie to stick with her. But, she says, her loyalty is to Rob no matter what. Not enough, it seems, for her to mention that Ashley wants to ally with the Redemption Island returnee against him. Interesting! Rob says that Ashley can't be trusted based on quickly she turned on Grant. "It'll be me next," Rob says, somehow believing that anyone left in this game has the ability to plot against him or plot at all. Natalie says working against Ashley like this "sucks," and Rob interviews that he's worried about the girls' bond and aware that they may well team up with the Redemption Island returnee against him and Phillip. Thus, he says, it might be a good idea to break them up now. Or, of course, he could stick with the plan to vote Grant out. No matter what happens, he says, he knows that he's safe tonight even though he didn't win immunity. Meanwhile, Ashley smells Natalie's armpits and reports that they don't smell "that bad." Thanks for that, editors. "One man should not have this much power in this game. Luckily, I'm not an ordinary man," Rob says. No, you aren't. You're a guy who has played this four times surrounded by a bunch of idiots who never played before.