As Ryan-O and Darrah pick their teeth -- no, really -- she asks him what Lill's plan is. "I have no idea," he says through the toothpick. Andrew voices over that they've seen Lill talking to Burton quite a lot, and that this makes them nervous about the possibility that she might go over to Drake. Gee, ya think? "If Lill goes to the bad guys, we're in serious trouble," he says. Andrew approaches Lill. "You want to vote with the Morgans?" he asks her. "It's important to us." I'm sorry, "it's important to us"? What does that mean? "Do it for the team"? Again? Is he just trying to guilt her? I can't imagine what Andrew thinks that remark is going to accomplish. Lill tells Andrew that she knows damn well that Morgan is ready to throw her over as soon as possible. "What are you talkin' about?" he says quite disingenuously. She points out that the people who voted her out are still there. As Lill sticks up for herself quite nicely with no help from anyone, Rupert comes up behind Andrew. Andrew starts to tell Lill that Drake would also most likely boot her before any of the members of their core alliance -- which is totally true. Rupert starts eavesdropping, and he shakes his head darkly, instructing Lill not to listen to what Andrew is saying. Lill, of course, does not need Rupert's help to stand up to Andrew, given that she was doing just fine on her own and was hardly about to embrace Andrew's line. Rupert gives Lill lots of help anyway, because he's a big pirate and she's just "little Lill." Prick. Lill tells Andrew that she hasn't made a final decision about what she's going to do. "Will you let me know before?" says Andrew, not at all realizing that he's about to walk into a sucking pit of his own medicine. "Remember I asked you to let me know before? And you didn't?" Lill says immediately.
Oh, man. Surely in the annals of Survivor, that is one of the great moments of the reaping of what you've sown. Now, Andrew has claimed in interviews that he did, in fact, tell Lill that she was going to be booted, and that she's flat-out lying when she says she had no warning. But that isn't believable to me, because if that were the case, he would have just said so, right here. He would have said, "What are you talking about? I did tell you." And there's no indication that he says anything of the kind. It makes sense, because there's no reason she would have even made that argument to him in the first place if it hadn't been at least partially true. She's said in her interviews that he did indicate to her just as they were entering tribal council that she was going, but it certainly appears that whatever their agreement was when she was on the block, she truly believes he didn't follow it; I don't think her behavior allows for any other interpretation that makes sense. She walks away from Andrew, voicing over that she is "in a whirlwind." Well, she actually says "a worldwind," but she means the other thing. She interviews that everyone is offering her their friendship, and that she isn't sure whom to trust.