A human skull means we're at Maraanu. A cow skull means we're at Soliantu, after Kathy has donned the immunity necklace and been sufficiently hugged. Rob drinks from a coconut, and says it's terrible to live with "these people" as they merge. He thinks Kathy must have "blabbed" to John and "ratted" him out. Still, he says, John is "slick, but he's not as smart as he thinks he is." Then he smashes a coconut and wishes it was John's head. Rob tells us that it's impossible to keep secrets in the game once it's turned individual, and that John will be "exposed" within the next two Tribal Councils. He thinks the game is about figuring out "what buttons to push on what people." And coming from someone who's pushed all the wrong buttons so far in this game, it's an interesting comment.
Rob and Sean now block John's path in the woods, and then beat the crap out of him. Okay, so they don't, but they want to. John says he has no idea whom he's voting for, and Rob says he thought they'd agreed to take the others out one by one. The tattoo on John's arm is either a globe on a pedestal, or a cute long-legged alien. Rob wants to know what happened to John's promises, and John claims it was "all good" until Rob told Kathy the plan. Rob denies having said anything to Kathy, but John says he won't have this conversation. He doesn't want his "face lied to," and stalks off. Sean and Rob scream things like "Now it's on, man!" and "Now it's personal!" and then John stomps back. Back at camp, it looks like the others can hear the argument, and Tammy looks perplexed. John says he would have been fine with voting off Kathy if the others hadn't betrayed him -- and, I suppose, if she hadn't won immunity; then Sean wants to know why John didn't come to him "man to man." Meanwhile, Vecepia looks haggard as she cuts a coconut and laments again, "Too much drama." Suddenly, Sean is off on one of his typical rampages, and I'm too tired even to try to understand what he's saying, but it sounds like he might be defending the Moppet's honor. He then starts violently slamming his fist in his hand, which more likely than not is of some concern to John. Rob says that John shouldn't have made an agreement with him and then broken that agreement just because Rob had considered doing exactly the same thing. John wonders if he's supposed to be naïve about Rob's intentions, and then denies that he's playing both sides. He stomps off again -- more successfully this time -- with Rob yelling at his back, "Everything's comin' out tonight!" John says over his shoulder that "it's already out," and Rob screams, "This here's gettin' clean!" John says he has no worries because he's already clean. Rob doesn't tell him to check again behind his ears and underneath his fingernails.