In the wake of Rocky's booting, Ravu is absolutely sure that things are going to get a lot better for them. Okay, they're not really, but they're at least hoping things might get off the bottom of the barrel. At Moto, we learn that Earl has made a half-alliance with Michelle, who's his "little spy," reporting information from (apparently) the ladies. Turns out Michelle is gunning for Stacy, having astutely figured out that the two of them kind of duplicate each other's skills. The reward challenge is an awesome learn-to-dance challenge, which Moto wins because Earl is awesome and Lisi is not awesome. Lisi is also not awesome in that she doesn't know that Alex and Edgardo took her precious information about the location of the idol and shared it with Mookie, and the three guys found the idol while she was sleeping. And she really, really embarrasses herself in an interview about it -- so much that you kind of wish you could be there when she watches the episode and feels very foolish in front of all her friends. Anyway, Moto gets to go to a feast. The immunity challenge is a target-shooting thing, won by Yau Man, for the most part. This means that Ravu is going back to tribal council, and after Lisi volunteers to be sent home and then changes her mind, she gets her wish and goes home anyway. She then decides that the entire Ravu tribe is made up of losers, and she has maybe the most poor-sport exit speech of all time. And now, she's hanging out with Rocky. Ha ha ha!
Previously on The Day They Shipped In Extra Crying Towels: Yau Man discovered the immunity idol, and he and Earl agreed to stick together. Lisi became, like, the fifth plague of Ravu, although she behaved herself during the only reward they're likely ever to win when they all wound up hanging out at an arcade and gorging themselves. Rocky, on the other hand, tried to induce vomiting in others, even more than usual, which annoyed his team. Moto then returned to ass-kicking form at the immunity challenge, and even though practically everyone took a hard hit -- including the one member of Moto who was not blindfolded -- they won again. Rocky never really saw it coming when he was flattened by his tribe for, pretty much, the sin of being impossibly annoying. Eleven people left. Who will be voted out tonight?
The sun shoots up into the sky at Ravu on Day 20. Alex yawns while "Dreamz" sleeps. Maybe he is "dreamzing." Alex's hair is beginning to take on a life of its own, and it stands at attention as he tells us that he and Edgardo are working double alliances, with Lisi on one side and Mookie and "Dreamz" on the other. Alex figures that this puts him in a pretty sweet position, because as we know, nothing works great on Survivor like positioning yourself to be the swing vote. That has led to victory for...not one person I can think of, actually, but there's a first time for everything! Have faith, Alex! Mookie and Edgardo are lying on the ground next to each other, but not in a homosexual way, that's for sure, and Edgardo is spilling the beans that Lisi told him and Alex that there was an immunity idol clue saying it was buried where everyone sleeps. So, while "Dreamz" and Lisi continue to sleep, Alex, Mookie, and Edgardo decide to dig for the idol. As you might have guessed they would, they're just totally screwing Lisi for being dumb enough to give them all the clues. I am reminded by his caption during this sequence that Mookie is a "Business Consultant." I can't imagine what that means, but I'm making him a guy who sells pens. All one kind. Blue ball-point pens. And in order to do it, he has to spend a lot of time in luxury boxes at various sporting events. Anyway, Alex, Edgardo, and Mookie start to dig, and it really doesn't look like they go very far down before they find it, so I have to wonder if Yau-Man didn't quite have the right spot when he dug a little bit with the machete. They all celebrate silently, being careful not to wake up Lisi and "Dreamz." Mookie is the one who technically winds up with it in his hands, but he, Alex, and Edgardo all hug, treating it as a communal victory for the moment.