Meanwhile, Kristina and Phillip are standing around at camp. Phillip is babbling about a hyper state of arousal and dehydration and that's why he was acting weird earlier. Um, okay. And also, he's a freaking weirdo. Anyway, Kristina just sits there, staring into space, and finally she makes a decision and shows Phillip that she has the HII. She interviews that she didn't want to show him, but she also didn't want him to make a last-minute switch because he got nervous that they didn't have the votes. So Kristina assumes that everyone is voting for her? I wish we had seen more about why she thinks that is true. Because even if she thinks that the others don't know about the HII, they could be voting all six for Francesca, and then she plays the HII for no reason and Rob stays regardless. That seems like a disaster in the making. I don't know why she thinks her plan is so foolproof. Perhaps I need to watch some videos on CBS's website or something. Kristina tells the camera that she needed to let Phillip feel powerful (as we see her kissing his ass and telling him that she needs his brain power and analytical thinking in her alliance), but she's worried that he won't be able to keep the HII a secret. Oh, I'm sure that won't be a problem.
Phillip, the former Federal Agent Question Mark, gives a nice speech to the camera about how it may not be in the tribe's best interests to get rid of Rob, but it is definitely in Phillip's best interests, so it's happening. Phillip claps his hands, grins at the camera and promises, "Goodbye, Rob! And you're looking at the new leader of our tribe." This guy is gold. I don't know who cast him, but I hope that person got a raise of some sort.