Yau Man initially thinks the puzzle might be "castaway" something, but they note that there's no "W." So it's not that. Stacy brings in Michelle, who is apparently some kind of puzzle savant. "Cannibal, cannibal," Michelle immediately notes, and they start to put the letters together. It turns out to be "Cannibal Isles," and Moto is right, and they win again, and Ravu is going to tribal council again. Moto really does seem to be a happy tribe, for the most part, and maybe it's just because she's not saying much, but Stacy is way less annoying right now than she was for a while. I vote she stays quiet all the time. As we go to commercials, Earl happily picks up Michelle, who certainly was the MVP of that challenge.
After commercials, we are at Ravu, on Day 19, where nobody is happy. Edgardo interviews that he and Alex think they don't really need strong players as the merge approaches -- they need loyal people, and Lisi is loyal. In other words, right now, blindly dumb is less dangerous than big-shouldered and blindly dumb. Thus, although Rocky thinks he's safe, he's perhaps next to go instead of Lisi. As Alex and Edgardo discuss this, they're not sure whether to tell Mookie, because they think he may be tight with Rocky. Edgardo interviews that he thinks Rocky's lousy attitude is part of why Ravu never won anything. Ooh, harsh. He's convinced that Lisi will be loyal because "she doesn't have anybody else to tag along with." Wow, that's not very nice either. Alex tells Lisi about the plan to take Rocky out next. He also says that they want to figure out who has the immunity idol, and Lisi tells Alex that it's at camp, not on the island. She tells him she thinks that all three of them -- herself, Alex, and Edgardo -- should look for the idol, rather than her going it alone. Why am I not surprised? She claims in an interview that the clues are "vague," which is ridiculous, considering that the clues available by the time she got there explained exactly where the idol was in about six different ways. Lisi and Alex even take a walk to where she thinks the idol might be. Lisi is not a strategic genius.
"Dreamz" has apparently been let in on the plan, because he tells Mookie that the others want to take out Rocky before Lisi. Mookie clearly doesn't much care, but says that because he told Rocky he wouldn't vote for him, it would be kind of awkward to...vote for him. Thus, he asks whether everybody else would mind if Mookie just threw a vote to someone else. "Dreamz" says that he wouldn't, and then adds that he'd probably vote with Mookie. I'm not sure whether "Dreamz" realizes that if he does that, he's potentially imperiling himself by forcing a tie (assuming that Rocky and Mookie both vote for Lisi). Mookie interviews that it hasn't escaped his notice that the plan to get rid of Rocky would mean there would only be one previous Ravu person left, meaning that Mookie would be outnumbered even worse than he is now. He thinks he needs to turn this, and that "Dreamz" is his best shot, partly because Moto treated him like crap in the previous tribe setup. "Dreamz" tells Mookie that he understands Rocky, even though they don't get along. He doesn't think Rocky means to be an asshole, it's just "his personality." I never really know how that's supposed to be a vote in your favor, but okay. ("My jerkitude is fundamental to my being! Don't judge me!") He also repeats in an interview that Rocky somehow will keep the team "strong," despite the fact that I don't recall ever seeing Rocky do well in any challenge. I consider Rocky's "strength" a total myth, mostly of his own making. He looks like Stallone's corpse right about now.