So, final round: Lou and Daniel have to eat stick insects with a cow tongue chaser. Janice gags again in the background. I would be pissed if I were trying to eat and someone as disgusting as her was making a sound that gross in the background. Even if I were eating something I liked, I would lose my appetite. She needs to seriously back off a little bit so that I don't kill my TV. Anyway, Daniel pops the stick insect into this mouth. Lou can't do it, because he got a flash of his kid telling him not to eat the bug. Daniel tries the cow tongue, and he hates it so he quits, figuring he wins since he went further than anyone else. Damien says there's no new leader since no one competed the trial. Lou will stay leader, at Daniel's nomination and everyone else's vote. Lou's touched by their confidence in him.
They all head back to camp. Everyone compliments Lou, and he loves them, too. Janice loves him and his lack of "snarly" comments. Lou realizes there is a lot of tension between Janice and everyone else. Lou and Daniel talk, and Lou thinks it's time for an intervention. Daniel thinks if she can't help out, she should go home. Lou asks Daniel to stay rational and calm, because he would like everyone to stay that way, knowing that Janice won't. In camp, Lou doles out chores. Daniel gets to do latrine every day. Lou asks Janice to handle the dishes. She says okay, but you can tell she's annoyed. He tells her to grab someone every day to make it a two-person job. Daniel thinks she won't do it. She immediately starts coughing. Her bronchitis must be back, right? Daniel and Myleene recap that a little, then tells us that everyone is here for charity.
Daniel's charity is The Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund, started by his mother, a breast cancer survivor. He tells everyone how his charity is so much better than their charity. Not in those exact words, but it's totally what he means. He gets teary about it, saying he'd like to win this for his mom. John's charity is Cedars-Sinai Sports Spectacular. He says he's here to raise money, because it's important to give time, not just a check. John says that being able to touch people is unbelievable. Torrie chose the Disabled American Veterans because "I'm an American, and I'm so proud." And because we live in a free country because of our veterans. Yeah, yeah, that's nice, but I wish she'd put more thought into it before talking on national TV like that, because she sounded like the very dumb blonde that she apparently is. She says that thinking about her charity has brought her spirits up high in the down times. She's so proud of "all of them." Everyone agrees with her.