John turns his focus to Torrie, the only woman left in the game. And now the tank is filling with water. Which could drown them, but also could kill the creatures, right? So, it's a win-win. But I guess not, because Sanjaya explains that the water rising forced the bugs onto his body, which was, to Sanjaya, "a little weird." There are snakes slithering across his neck as he narrates that he was starting to freak out, but tried to keep his mind-set: "There's nothing going on. It's all in your mind." Torrie's eyes are ginormous and she's watching a snake camp out on her face. Frangela snark about it later. Lou starts swallowing water and gives up. Torrie gives up, too. Sanjaya vs. Stephen, so the women lose immunity. For some reason, it takes Stephen a couple seconds to give up. Sanjaya is the winner. He's going to be tough to beat in this game, because he's apparently fearless (which explains so much about his time on Idol, don't you think?). Also, just like on Idol, he's completely entertaining. He even greets the creatures crawling on him, with a "Hi, guys." He jumps up and does what he calls a "crazy bug dance." You know the dance: When you have a bug on you and want to make sure it's gone. Only, in this case, it's about a dozen bugs and snakes. Damien sends everyone back to camp.
Sanjaya feels good that the guys have immunity, so he doesn't really have to worry. Back at camp, they notice that what used to be the Speidi hammock is now surrounded by some sort of walls. At first they think it's been blocked so no one can sleep there, but Spencer quickly sees that it's a pillow with a bed. They all think it's for the winner Sanjaya, who starts jumping up and down. Everyone is happy for him, except Spencer. But then Lou comes in with a scroll, which tells them the bed is actually his, since he's camp leader. Everyone's annoyed, especially Sanjaya, who says his heart dropped to his toes. But then he says Lou can have the bed, because he's here to win and now Lou might get eaten by "some gnarly bugs that really enjoy nice mattresses." Also known as bed bugs. And we finally get a reprieve in the form of a commercial break. Thank you, advertisers. I promise to always buy your products.