Here comes the boat to pick folks up for the reward. They all get on the boat, and as they leave, Yul and Ozzy review the food situation -- they have fruit, and Ozzy is planning on going fishing. Yul tells Becky and Ozzy that he's happy they have this time together. Ha. "Imagine what this would be like in the final couple of days," he says.
We go out to check in on the reward group. First, a cloud of stingrays swims under the water. At Mitiaro Island, a large crowd of locals appears over a hill to fetch the arriving crowd -- Adam and George, Parvati and Mike, and Sundra and Jeannette. They're all wearing flowered leis. Not that the locals here aren't lovely, but it's hard for this not to just seem like a less interesting retread of the Aitu reward from the first challenge after the mutiny. Parvati does say it was "unbelievable." The locals take them into a cave with a large pool of water at the bottom. And it's fresh water, which Sundra points out was something they hadn't had much of in a while: "Like a little piece of heaven just dropped right off the side of the road." I think that simile got away from her just a little bit there at the end when the road started to get in the picture, but I'm sure fresh water is nice if your baths usually leave you all crusty and salty. Parvati is given a little vial of oil (maybe) to "anoint" the pool at the bottom before they can all jump in. She sprinkles it on command, because that's a task that's thoroughly within her abilities. She explains that this, much like Survivor itself, is a religious ceremony completed twice a year. Once she has anointed the water, everybody gets to jump off this ledge into the pool of water. Adam basically does a cannonball. Sundra says that all cultures have things in common.
Now, of course, there is eating, meaning that people have to obligingly list for the benefit of their interviewers all the food that was provided. Parvati tries to flirt with the camera while explaining how much she loves biscuits. If only she had a bathtub handy. Of course, the lovely picnic that follows has to be interrupted by Parvati's Jonathan hatefest about how the goal for the entire rest of the time in the game is beating Jonathan. Sundra says in an interview that Adam and Parvati are much more pleasant without Jonathan around. So she got to know them, and she's apparently realized that when bullies are out of the presence of their targets, hanging around with them can be really fun. She doesn't seem to understand that this is kind of how bullies get away with what they get away with, and that when you punish the target, that's when you become part of the problem.