Lou's up next, for a "Menacing Manicure." He has to get one start out of a box of frogs, and one out of a box of spiders. He does both quickly. Next, Torrie has the "Hot Tub of Trouble." They open up a tub in the ground and it has baby crocodiles in it. She says, "Oh my gosh," and we go to commercial. The suspense is killing me. I can't wait to relive this moment after commercial. And then we're back and we do. She has 30 seconds to find the stars. She goes in the water, saying "Excuse me, guys!" to the crocodiles. She dunks her head and quickly finds her first star. She picks up a crocodile and kisses it. John thinks it's questionable, but Damien and Lou think it's awesome. Torrie says she loves crocodiles now and wants to take one home. She gets both stars.
John heads into the sauna, which he says is a lot of steam with some snakes. He has to move his stars along some pipes that snakes are coiling around. He talks to them, telling them he has food to get. He gets out of the sauna, and they ask how it was. He says he likes snakes, "except that big one that kept licking its tongue at me." Lou gets to get a jungle spray tan. Which is some sort of goo and meal worms. He says it's not what he expected, and he will never get an actual spray tan. That's not one of the concessions he'll make to Hollywood. They all got their stars, so they all get to eat. Lou tries to hug Damien and Myleene, but they're not having any of it.
Damien and Myleene are now in camp "live" with, as Damien says, "three of our finalists." Wait, what am I watching? I thought there were only three finalists? Is there a twist I don't know about, or is Damien just not good "live"? It's actually pouring rain, which is sort of awesome. Everyone's ready to leave and not attached to the place. Damien tells Torrie she's the only one who survived every public vote. She's happy that happened. Myleene asks Lou how this experience compares to movies, and he says this is "far to the left" of anything else. Whatever that means. [Damn liberals. - Zach] Damien says John really wants to win, so what if he leaves a loser. John says he'll never be a loser, because he's gotten more out of this jungle than the jungle got out of him. Good way to look at it, actually. See why I love him? They all talk about thinking about quitting. Torrie never did. John did for that one hour, but then not. Lou doesn't talk about that, but just how much he loves his family. He's proud that he can still be his own stuntman and has proven himself.