Fei Long, Day 3. Treemail arrives in the form of a figurine of a long dragon. Todd rattles off the accompanying crap poetry, which implies that it's an immunity challenge. Aaron reads some of The Art Of War to the tribe out loud (much as my dad once read us Leiningen Versus The Ants during a camping trip, only with fewer ants, shudder), and Todd says to the team that he thinks Aaron should be their commander. He tells us, of course, that his reason for doing this was to move the target off himself. Since, you know, he's so crafty that he's got Jean-Robert thinking he's not a flight attendant. Aaron promises to be the king of the "democracy." He interviews that being a leader is kind of unsettling, but he's ready.
Zhan Hu. Dave reads them the treemail. Ashley says that she's well enough to make it through the challenges. Frosti tells us in an interview that he's an athlete who specializes in fast, safe ways around obstacles. (I'm not kidding.) So...that will come in handy, one would think. Short of being a professional mud-crawler, I can hardly think of anything that would be better.
Challenge! Jeff welcomes and chats up the tribes. Jean-Robert thinks the worst part is trying to sleep in the rain. In this challenge, each team carries a long dragon (you know...like you've probably seen at Chinese New Year, I'm sorry, that's the best reference I can think of). You maneuver it through a sort of maze, through a gate, blah blah, someone from your team jumps two walls...it mostly involves the team efficiently maneuvering this big dragon around. Jeff then unveils the immunity idol, which I guess Leslie can't touch, because of Jesus. Two additional points: the winner of immunity will receive flint, and both teams can take their running shoes back with them. No more tall boots, Boobsie McPiledriver.
The best thing about weecaps is that I don't feel so obligated to repeat every move of the challenges. Things happen, Frosti and James are both really athletic but in opposite ways, and in the end, the has-it-together Fei Long gets the win over the sucking-hard Zhan Hu. So that's one point for Aaron's forced leadership. When it's all over, they collect the idol, and Zhan Hu is told that Jeff will see them at tribal council later. One of eight will go home and be really, really embarrassed.