Time for the weigh-in! Who will win? Jeff weighs Boo's meat first. (Heh.) Boo has 8.9 pounds of meat on his plate. Yau Man has 6.0 pounds. Cassandra has 5.8 pounds. Stacy has 4.3 pounds, so she's out of the money already. Earl has 5.0 pounds. "Dreamz" has 6.0 pounds. So he bumps out Cassandra, and now it's all about Alex. Alex only has about 5.3 pounds, so the winner is Boo, with Yau Man and "Dreamz" as secondary beneficiaries of the trip. Boo is to send someone to Exile Island, and he looks at Earl, who appears to be giving him a subtle nod. Boo says, "Earl, I know you don't take hard feelings to this; I'm going to send you back." Now Earl plays unhappy and gets on the boat. I mean, you can't send Alex, for idol-getting reasons. So who do you send, if not Earl? Jeff hands Boo a big purple bag that allegedly contains his "advantage" for the later immunity challenge. Everybody heads back to camp, and the reward winners will be picked up later.
After commercials, we are at Bula Bula on Day 32. Boo is very pleased to see his helicopter arriving to fetch him. I kind of want him to pull an ANTM Dionne and be like, "Can I keep it?" As they get in the helicopter, Yau Man tells us that he's never been in a helicopter before, and he's "very excited." As they go up, he says that it's great for somebody like him who grew up on islands to be able to see them from the air.
During the helicopter ride, we get the first signs of one of the themes of the episode, which is that Boo is kind of driving Yau Man and "Dreamz" a little bit crazy with the constant chatter. "Dreamz" complains in an interview that Boo was interfering with his "relaxing time" when it was "time to chill." Not anything that "Dreamz" himself would ever be accused of, obviously. Yau Man explains that when the helicopter finally landed (after, he claims, about an hour and a half), they hiked ten minutes or so to the river. We watch them get their boating gear on and get their little safety briefing, and then they get on the raft.
Rapids! Nobody dies! "Dreamz" tells us that the rafting was great, and he just wished he could have brought his family. As they drift in the boat down to a placid area with a little waterfall, Boo comments that they're "floating through a post card." Aw, nice! He interviews that he was trying really hard to be conscious of looking around and taking everything in. "I'm tickled pink; I feel like a little girl!" Boo tells "Dreamz" and Yau Man. Boo means, of course, that he feels like he thinks a little girl feels, not that he feels like a little girl the way you feel like a drink. This isn't one of the cannibal seasons.