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.
Rob and Amber got down to the smoochies. Man, this all happened so recently...do I really have to recap it again?
The next day, Rob and Rupert broke out in a fish-off with the spear. Rupert apparently believed that he was going to take over the provider role, but Rob stepped on that idea pretty quickly by bringing back just as many fish as Rupert had. Rupert didn't like Rob all that much anymore, surprisingly enough. I happen to believe these people get too happy about fish to begin with, but that might just be my personal bias coming through. I'm more of a shrimp person.
The immunity challenge was all about aim, and Chapera had almost none, but Mogo Mogo had even less. When Jerri couldn't land an arrow in the target to save her figurative life, Chapera went home safely while Mogo Mogo headed for yet another tribal council. Lex decided that, once again, he would ignore one of the basic lessons of Survivor and tell Ethan ahead of time that he was getting the boot. Ethan reacted predictably, except for his level of vitriol about Jerri, which seemed a little excessive, even for Ethan, and even about Jerri. Ethan tried to get together with Kathy, and although the ultimate proposal from Ethan was to oust Jerri, it appears that he actually first tried to get Kathy to boot Lex. As of tribal council, Ethan was still hoping that Kathy would come around and work with him to boot Jerri, but that was not happening, and Ethan left.
As if Ethan needed to look more like a brat, his bonus interview includes the following gem: "I have the title of Survivor Africa champion, and no one can take that away from me, no matter what I do from this point on, for the rest of my life, I have that." Well, yes. And when you're seventy and you're telling chicks that you're the Survivor Africa champion, nobody will be able to argue with you. Just a hint, though? By then, there are going to be an awful lot of reality-show winners. It's not so much that your title can be taken away as it is that your title constantly drops in value. I'm just saying.