Scabby hammers home this description by topping off her endless description of the reward with another reminder to the tribe that she will no longer be doing any of the cooking. She’s over it.
Princesses don’t cook ya know
She says she’s probably going home soon so she’s just going to enjoy her final moments while she can. Penner points out that she has the idol so she’s not going home for five days, at least. So, does she not want to eat anything during that time?
Are you stupid? Yes, I’m eating. I’m just not cooking. Anything. Ever. Again.
Denise tells us Scabby is really pissing her off but she’s not going to say anything to her; she’s gonna just let her continue to irritate everyone. She says she may not get to tell her anything until she’s writing her name down, but it’ll be at the tribal council that she’ll be able to say “You know what, whiners are wieners. You need to go home.” LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
Hey! I’m not a whiner!
I apologize to wieners everywhere.
Scabby STILL continues to dig her hole the next morning as she tells everyone AGAIN that she won’t be cooking breakfast. Well, at least she’s consistent
Ly a bitch
Skupin and Malcolm take some time to talk strategy and confirm that they’ve got to get rid of Pete and Scabby next. Malcolm takes it a step further, telling Skupin that he’d really like to make a final four deal with Skupin, himself, Lisa, and Denise. He really wants to get a final four set up now so he can relax and coast a little until the end. Oh, don’t coast, Malcolm! That’s sure to backfire right in your face.
Skupin tells Malcolm he needs to talk to Lisa before committing to anything. He tells us he’s not sure he wants to take that offer but he thinks strategically if someone tells you they want to take you to the final four you have to say yes or you could be the next one on the outs.
Later, Skupin pulls Lisa aside to tell her about Malcolm’s final four offer. Lisa asks him what his thoughts are and he says they have to decide whether to align with Malcolm and Denise or Penner and Spicoli; it seems that at this point it’s coming down to those pairings. Lisa says she trust Penner more than Malcolm, so they head over to talk to Penner.
I’m not ready to commit, can’t we just keep this an open relationship?
Uh oh. Is he going to fall victim to Skupin’s theory? I hope not, but even as Penner is telling us that he’s not ready to make a final three decision, Lisa is voicing her disappointment to Skupin that Penner was unwilling to commit to them. She thinks he missed an opportunity.
So a different deal is struck.