Two little otters tread water and use their little hands/flippers/paws to eat. One ducks under the water.
In the next challenge, the Tambaqui tribe gnawed their way to victory. And it was something nasty! Matt picked meat out of his teeth while Davey Rockett looked repelled and exhausted from the recently completed task. Seriously, if you have this on tape, go back and look at poor Davey Rockett's facial expression.
So Jaburu went to Tribal Council, where Shawna insisted with outrage that she was in it "for the long haul." Did she think they forgot when she wanted to leave? Still, "while Alex helplessly looked on," Shawna was voted out of the tribe, and Peachy may or may not have checked out her ass as she departed. In her post-boot interview, she tells us she thought she was a twenty-three-year-old "bad-ass" and a "rock." She also proves that she spent some time with Rob when she calls herself a "pantywaist." She admits to having dug her own grave, and claims that Survivor was the hardest thing she's ever done.
On Day 19, a thug monkey hung out in a tree.
Also on Day 19, treemail arrived and "sent both camps packing." As Jaburu prepared to leave, they plotted their next move, and Deena reinforced the voting order: Davey Rockett, Roger, Butch. At that moment, home viewers knew the vote couldn't go down that way, because why would they broadcast it if it did? In any case, the new Jaburu agreed that it's all for one and one for all. But really, in Deena's case, it was all for one and one for all and not for long.
The tribes paddled out to Peachy's island, where he informed them that they would now merge into one tribe. The tribe -- calling themselves Jackée -- were sent off to their new home and greeted with a feast of hot dogs, drumsticks, and Coors Light. They toasted each other while Alex made frantic hand gestures in the background.
The members of the new Jackée tribe got to know each other, while Rob specifically "got to know HeiDDi." In new footage, we see the aforementioned calendar, and I notice that, for some reason, HeiDDi puts fingerquotes around the word "'calendar,' you know, for both tribes." As HeiDDi paints a grid, Rob voice-overs that he's been working on their story in the Amazon. He talks about HeiDDi's manmade breasts adding, "This is the hottest girl I've ever talked to. Even though she's wearing a retainer all the time." HeiDDi boasts that she and Rob are "pretty creative about this whole calendar event" and is proud that she can remember "day by day" what's happened to them. It's twenty days, people. Not twenty years. Rob continues that it's exciting for him to be "in such close contact with this girl and not have to have a handful of singles in my hand."