Torrie's turn. They try to send us to commercials right after she starts, then a bunch of recapping, but I'll skip it all. She heads into the Tunnel and gets the first two stars from the snakes. She gets the tarantula star and heads to the crocodile pool. She's clearly much more scared than Sanjaya was, but she finds a star. She heads into the gross, weird tunnel of mud and sticks and grabs a bunch more stars. She's running out of time, but gets out with ten seconds left. Myleene counts her stars: She got eighteen stars. They bring Sanjaya back and tell him he won. He says he's the man, and then hugs Torrie. She's mad she didn't stay in the tank longer. They head back to camp to share the good news with the guys. Sanjaya wants to hug Lou, but he's covered in mud, so Lou's not having it. Sanjaya says he won, and Lou goes ahead and hugs him. Torrie's so upset to have lost by one star. She thinks the worst part about losing is losing to Sanjaya. Why is that, exactly? Commercials.
Myleene and Damien talk, and I don't listen. Back in camp, it's raining. There are spiders. Everyone wonders where Janice is. She's in her cocoon, which is her bed. She hasn't moved in hours. She's not feeling well. Patti says she looked frail. She gets up and heads off. Torrie says Janice looks sick. Janice heads into the jungle and throws up. Stephen can't believe she's still here. Lou says she really wants to stay in the game. John says no one thinks Janice is crying wolf anymore. Everyone expresses concern, and she thanks them and says she loves them. Later, at night, she feels even worse and can't walk without Lou's help. They don't think she's well enough to be here. Janice thinks this is embarrassing. They help her to an ambulance, because it's obvious she needs medical treatment. They take her to the facility to observe her overnight. The doctor tells her she has a viral infection, which is why she can't eat anything. Back at camp, everyone is worried about her. John's saying a prayer for her to get better.
Nighttime. There are bugs. In the jungle. Everyone's asleep. There's a snake in camp. Ominous music plays, as "on-site security" comes in after the snake. Okay, which would be scarier to wake up to? The snake or the military guys? I think both would be scary. Patti and John both were awoken by it. Patti's scared and goes to talk to John about it. It's basically, "Did you see that? Snake. It scared me."
Next morning, there are still creatures in the camp. Patti asks Stephen if he woke up when the guys came in to get the snake. Patti says she couldn't get back to sleep. Stephen tells everyone else that what's tripping him out is that he thought this would be a movie set that the producers would fix up for them. But, no, this was the actual jungle before they were here. I'm still not buying it. Holly thinks the snake is scary. And the not knowing is even scarier.