Back at Tambaqui, Rob and his droopy, distracting manboobs had already begun to play both sides of the fence. Ryan and Roger both asked him to help them get rid of the other, and he agreed to their faces. To their backs, he agreed with Roger, so in a 4-3 Tribal Council vote, Ryan became the first member of the tribe voted out. In a post-boot interview, Ryan tells us that it was "upsetting" to be the first one, and that it's going to suck because "the boys back home are gonna give you a lot of crap." It's the whole "losing to a bunch of girls" line again. All these people need is a couple decks of cards, a jangly charm bracelet, and a dog named Tiger before they can decide to stop arguing over whether to get the rowboat or the sewing machine, and just agree to get a color television set instead. Ryan laments that the tie-breaking vote belonged to someone with whom he was aligned. He says it was all "hard to swallow," and get past his really, really white teeth.
Racing clouds find us at Jaburu on Day 4 with a new clip. While Jeanne and Joanna hunt for food, Jeanne shouts in her New England accent, and looks like a white-trash Diane Lane. Not that I'm entirely convinced a white-trash Diane Lane isn't the same as just plain old Diane Lane. Jeanne voice-overs that their natural resources are fish, plants, nuts, and fruits, complaining that the tribe hasn't spent sufficient time exploring the area, so she's forced to spend her available time hunting. We see her spot something in the brush, before shrieking in a squeaky, high-pitched voice, "It's a pineapple!" Joanna joins her and they squeal and jump and shout and hallelujah together before Joanna tells Jeanne to "look at this!" which is strange since Jeanne's the one who found it. A blank-faced tapir stares at the women and at the pineapple, which was so thrown there by Mark Burnett. In an interview, Joanna tells us that she returned to camp with the fruit "concealed" inside her coat. We see Joanna slicing up the pineapple before performing a booty dance about its sweetness. The other members of the tribe gobble it up, before Jenna tells us she doesn't know if it tasted good because they were starving or delirious. In a really strange voice, Deena says she wants ten more pineapples.