He seems to have forgotten one very important thing: people don’t appreciate busting their asses while some fatass lays around all day, doing nothing. Allie and Laura are already bitching about his lack of work ethic and Allie thinks he has gots to go as soon as they have to go to tribal. It’s gotta happen.
But Sherri’s got other ideas. You see, she wants to use Shamu as her goat, like Boston Rob used Phillip. She plans on keeping him around, annoying other people, so that it’ll be easy for her to get the votes in the end.
She assures Shamu that he’s totally safe and that they need to focus on breaking up the cool kids club. She tells us that she’s not letting go of Shamu; she needs him in her back pocket.
Back at Bikal, HantzyPants is now telling CockRing that he was thinking about sabotage after the vote, but he’s now come to what limited senses he has. He doesn’t think destructive behavior would be good for his kids to see. As opposed to the crazy he normally displays.
CockRing is a little scared of HantzyPants. He’s noticed a bit of a pattern in Hantzy’s behavior: periods of rage followed by unbelievable pleasantness.
You know, like sociopathic killers have. I’m scurred.
Obviously CockRing is not comfortable with this behavior, but he’s gotta feel even more uncomfortable as Crazy Ass Phillip decides to join the conversation.
Crazy Quotient just went up another 4 or 5 notches.
Instead of being a loon, Hantzy actually tells Phillip he’d like for them all to come together and sing kumbaya. Well, except for any jezebels that might be lurking about. Phillip’s okay with this and talks about how Boston Rob used to dictate who was going to be voted out. He now realizes that he did that to minimize the flow of information.
I miss that Boston Rob SO much……
Alright, well…would Phillip trust Hanzty to be part of the group that gets to decide the vote? Well, maybe, maybe not. (It’s hard to be part of that process when your name might very well be the next one written down). Phillip doesn’t have enough data yet to know whether or not he can trust Hantzy. He’s gotta pause. Phillip equates their tribe to a corporation; he’s the CEO and HantzyPants is just middle management.
And you only find out about the downsizing plans when you’re given your severance agreement to sign.
I wonder if they’d notice if I try to slip away…..I can’t handle all this crazy on my own….
Phillip tells us that he thinks Hantzy is very narcisstic, that’s the non-existent word he’d use. And when you’re dealing with a narcisstic person, they have no empathy for others. At least that’s what Boston Rob told him.