Everything Old Is New Again
Elsewhere, Ethan and Colby quietly plotted to rid themselves of Jerri. They cranked the gloating up to a steady roar, tempting fate so badly that, indeed, their alleged ally Lex decided to stage a revolt and begin the shift of power away from the Colby/Ethan axis. He rounded up Jerri and Shii Ann to dump Colby at that night's vote. Obviously, convincing Jerri was not difficult. Shii Ann was a little bit more difficult, because she really wanted to vote off Jerri for being even more useless than Shii Ann herself (not likely). Ultimately, much to Colby's (and Ethan's) surprise, Colby took the boot at tribal council, much to Jerri's amusement. In his bonus interview, Colby argues that he was the noble and brave one who stepped forward to get rid of Rich, and that this made him a target. This is why this show needs a Trump -- it needs someone who will tell these people from time to time that there are other reasons they don't advance other than how virtuous and noble they are. Colby is cute, but he needs to get over himself, as is unfortunately quite common in this demographic.
Once Colby was gone, Ethan realized that his time at Mogo Mogo was likely limited. He was shocked to have been blindsided and left out of the planning by Lex, and he realized that he had completely failed to form friendships of any kind with anyone at camp other than Colby. And, of course, that single friendship had suddenly dropped in value substantially, what with Colby's being out of the game and everything, and thus kind of an ineffectual ally.
At the challenge, it was all about log-rolling, and not in the "abuse of legislative process" sense, either. Chapera fell behind early, but then threw Mogo Mogo in the water a number of times. As a reward, Chapera walked off with the opportunity to loot items from Mogo Mogo. Jenna was in charge of the looting, and she brought home the fishing spear. This excited Rupert, because he didn't understand that he was better off being the only guy who could catch two fish with a stick than one of three guys who could catch fifteen fish with a high-tech spear.