Anyway, it's not all about these camera whores. Kristina is out of this game, as sad as she is about it. I'm sad, too! She and Francesca are way too awesome to leave so soon. And to be stuck at the Loser Lodge with Li'l Russell -- no one deserves that. Matt is sent back to his lonely island, and the rest are sent back to their tribes. Rob mutters a "hang in there" to the girls on his way out. Stephanie is extremely proud of herself and says Rob is her only chance in this game. She'd better hope she's on the right side of a tribe swap in the next five minutes or it won't matter what Rob says or does.
Back at Camp Onomatopoeia, Phillip has been left behind with a bunch of women who do their best to pretend he doesn't exist. Phillip sighs that he doesn't seem to be able to say or do anything to win them over, and that's frustrating. He says it's just as difficult as it is to approach his crabs. Those crabs are running away from you because you're chasing them around with a spear, Phillip. I'm sure he'll be throwing one at the girls soon too if they don't pay attention to him. Phillip says of the three women, Andrea is the most approachable, but she doesn't want to be seen talking to Phillip and incur the wrath of Rob, who already sent her beloved to Redemption Island. As for the girls, they miss having Rob and Grant around, especially since now they have to pretend to like Phillip and Andrea. Ashley seems to think she's doing a great job of it, but ... no. She isn't even fooling Phillip, and he's crazy. Andrea, in return, isn't particularly thrilled with the girls, saying they "don't do that much." While she showers in a waterfall with them and their tragic bikini cameltoes, Andrea says she doesn't really want to hang out with Natalie and Ashley, but she has to so they'll think she's on board with them. It's getting difficult, though, she says, as all they talk about is superficial stuff. Instead of listening to them, she collects firewood. She interviews that she'd rather see Ashley and Natalie go before Phillip, but there's nothing she can do or say to make that happen.