Ravu is relaxing post-gorge, and realizing that they've eaten too much and that they're all sick. This entire scene basically consists of Rocky telling the other guys not to bitch about being sick, followed by the other guys telling Rocky not to keep talking about the food, because they're...well, sick. The level of etiquette on display here is inferior to that of your average family pet, including my parents' dog, who passes gas spectacularly whenever he walks up the stairs. Alex interviews that he was indeed feeling very ill after the hot dogs, a brownie, and some beer. Nice use of "some." They all moan and lie around, but Rocky wants to talk about the brownies and how good they were, which none of the nauseated other people really wants to hear. Rocky complains that when he was starving, everybody talked about food constantly, and now that he's had some food, he can't talk about having food. I'm not sure what he thinks is going to be so great about talking about the food to a bunch of people who also just had food. Am I missing something? Rocky proudly interviews that he really got off some good jokes at the expense of the rest of the team, which is always a good way to stay around. After all, it's not like it's majority rule or something. "If you can't take stuff like that? Here? You shouldn't be here!" he commands. As you know, Rocky is an advocate of taking everything in stride. Edgardo interviews that Rocky is the one of these things that's not like the others, in terms of tribe members, and that while they all tease each other, he kind of takes the jerkweedery to a whole different level. Edgardo says that Rocky's routine gets old, because nobody wants to be hassled all the time -- that's why they have "bosses and teachers." It's pretty funny, because I initially thought he said "t-shirts," which would really have been interesting. "I'm tired of being lectured to Keep Smiling!" Rocky tells his team to "Suck it up!" And he follows this with "HA!" That's a good idea, because nothing endears you to the team like "HA!" I'm not sure what Rocky thinks he's accomplishing here. The fact that a bunch of other guys will let you bully a guy they perceive as weak doesn't actually mean they're going to let you bully them.
Commercials, and then we are at Moto on Day 18, where Boo is eating...a bowl of cereal? That's what it looks like, anyway, although I think I missed the Frosted Flakes reward. Boo says that losing the reward challenge proved to them that they're going to have to work a little harder to keep winning immunity. He insists that it's extra-important for Yau Man that they win immunity, because of course, Yau Man will be out if they lose. I'm impressed that Boo has been successfully given that impression, which I don't think is accurate. "He's got to be the weakest, physically, out of all of us," adds Boo.