Scary idols. A cow skull. The American flag. Are we watching Survivor or playing "One of these things is not like the others"? Paschal carries wood, and we see Tammy and Robert sitting side by side watching their tribemates interact. Tammy tells us in an interview that the mood is very happy "among those five people" because they're "sittin' pretty." The five huddle and discuss their noble plans for the game about five feet from where Tammy and Robert sit. Kathy says they have to have fun today, and the others agree, although in my experience, fun by mandate is never as fulfilling as fun that just happens. Tammy shakes her luxurious hair (or at least it should be luxurious, based on the way she shakes it around), and tells Robert they are "two outcasts sittin' over here." Robert doesn't think anyone will come over to hang with them, and Tammy thinks the others see them as traitors, but insists that they would have done the same thing. Maybe so, but they might not have gloated about it so much.
Now we're back in the huddle, and Neleh is going on about how good and pure and honest she is, and how she's always been that way.
We then cut back to where Tammy sits, spitting -- clearly being neither good nor pure nor honest. She tells Robert they got screwed for trusting John. But John didn't do anything to betray them; really, they just got screwed for being too cocky. In a confessional, Tammy tells us that the members of the Rotu alliance have targets on their backs, and unless something significant changes in the next few days, she'll go first because she's viewed as the alliance's new leader. Robert looks at her affectionately and says, "You then me, kid. That's the pecking order." He then leans over and brushes something off her face. Tammy, who may or may not have a clothespin on a string wrapped around her arm, responds that the game's not over yet.
In a confessional, Tammy tells us that her allegiance is to Zoe and Rob, but she doesn't know "what game Zoe is playing." We see Tammy and Rob watching Zoe, whom Tammy says "fits right into that group now." Tammy tells us that she wanted to determine the strength of their old alliance. She sits in a shallow puddle of water -- Survivors have been sitting and squatting in puddles of water since the first season, and it's always looked very uncomfortable to me -- and tells us that she told Zoe she was glad for their alliance.