The other members of the tribe are now awake, and Matt mischievously looks over at Butch and commands, "Do a little dance!" Butch responds, "When I do that, I embarrass my family." Not that it stops him. He ambles toward the center of the camp, points at Matt to make sure he has his attention, and announces that he'll "start with 'the Egyptian.'" In other words, he has a repertoire. For some reason, the sound crew thinks this display should be accompanied by emphatic honking noises. As Butch darts forward, Matthew exclaims, "Oh yeah! Oh yeah, Butch! Cuttin' it up!" Butch announces that his next move is "the old 'Cut a Rug,' you know?" causing Matthew to order, "Stop, man...you're scarin' me!" And now we know his weakness -- a word to all the recap readers: should Matthew ever chase you down and attempt to use his machete to chop you up into itty bitty pieces, just walk like an Egyptian. He can't take it. Butch presses on, doing that vaudevillian dance move where you put your hands on your knees, and swing your knees back and forth, and is there a name for that dance? If there isn't, there should be. Just so it could be more easily identified as a dance you should never, ever do. Matt has overcome his horror and continues to look on in amusement before announcing, "Now there's a man with rhythm!" Rob interviews that Butch will need to see a therapist when the game is over, telling us that even Matthew thinks Butch is psychotic: "And if Matt is saying you're crazy, you are out of your frickin' mind!"
As the S4 walk away from camp in the direction of the challenge, rain comes down around them. Jenna voice-overs that she still feels sick, and that she knows she won't get better just eating manioc. While she's still there, though, she'll do everything she can to win immunity.
We see an overview of a giant maze, and the S4 wading through knee-deep swampy water, into which Jenna almost does a face plant. This episode could have used a good face plant. Peachy urges them to enter, adding, "Attaway, Butch." And aren't the words "attaway" and "Butch" just meant to be said together? Peachy points out that it's another rainy day, and that he knows they're worn out, but that they're "this close" to the end, and he doesn't want them to give up. In today's immunity challenge, the S4 will negotiate their way, blindfolded, through a maze, collecting four necklaces representing earth, wind, fire, and water. Along the way, there will be guideposts with directional arrows pointing toward each station, and they'll have to use their fingers to read the guides. As opposed to using their tongues or butts. Each time they reach a station, each of them will claim a necklace, put it around his or her neck, and follow an arrow to the next station. The first person to return to the center post with all four necklaces guarantees him- or herself a spot in the final three. Peachy dramatically takes Matthew's immunity necklace away. It's important. We get it.