More walking has led the away team to a part of the river that's covered in snow. Johnny carefully sticks one foot out, and you can hear the ice breaking before he even puts any weight on it. I think this is a bad plan! But I also think there probably isn't a good plan available, so what the heck. Johnny throws his backpack across the river, so I guess he's committed now. He walks carefully and gets across. I think you're supposed to get low and spread your weight around, not stand straight up. You're definitely not supposed to all walk across the same spot the way they're doing. Move a few feet left or right, you know?
Sabina brings people to the producers' camp. All the tents are covered in snow, and the first one they check has some backpacks and blankets and general winter supplies all wrapped in plastic. They find a cooler of food, too! This is stuff that Johnny should have grabbed the first time he was here. Sabina opens a card that starts playing music. And then Esther finds something labeled "Revealer Key" which sounds like an excellent thing to have. She does not tell anyone that she has it, because this show believes that the audience has an inexhaustible hunger for people hiding things from each other.
Everyone has crossed the river except Sam, the heaviest one. He starts to walk across the river exactly where everyone walked. It starts to crack, and he runs across. I feel obliged to point out that the camera crew is apparently standing in the middle of the river. Actually, they're standing on both sides of the river, too. Sam gets across, but his feet are wet. He doesn't care and says that everyone should keep moving.
The team leaving the producers' team hears a wolf or something, then they run across Miljan's totem pole. He tells them to keep walking and hustles them past it. If I promise that everyone understands that Miljan has a weird connection with the totem pole, and that everyone further understands that he wants to keep anyone else from studying it, can we get on with it? Because it doesn't count as plot development when you just repeat the same scene in every episode.
More walking through the snow by the away team. They hug each other. Sam's having a lot of trouble, which is probably because frostbite is setting in. Finally, he falls down and rolls down a hill. Everyone runs down to him. He insists that he's okay, and he does seem fairly coherent. Johnny insists on seeing his foot, and it doesn't look good. Did you ever see The Way Back? I mean the movie from a couple of years ago where some guys walked across Siberia, not the comedy about...whatever the comedy's about. My point is that The Way Back had some great injured-foot makeup. And now here's some more injured-foot makeup. Never mind.