Credits. If Flicka were Britney Spears, you could barely show these credits because of the shot of her jumping off the ship. I guess Britney would never conceal her legs like that.
Aitutonga, Day 31. Ozzy is retrieving fish, looking soaked and self-consciously "hot," as usual. I definitely would find him hotter if he didn't always look to me like he's posing for a "Men Of Reality Television" calendar. Becky and Parvati are chopping coconuts, meaning that Parvati is taking a whirl at actually doing something, for once. I guess that, as numbers dwindle and you know you're badly outnumbered and trying to cast blame on a blameless person, the pressure increases not just to be an enormous food and energy suck. Parvati sarcastically asks after "everyone's favorite person," and Becky says that Jonathan is out fishing, adding that he's "trying to make amends with Adam." What? Why? Oh, Jonathan. "Good luck," Parvati says bitterly, actually gloating that Jonathan will never make it up to Adam, which is...a little late in coming, as a mark of satisfaction. We cut away to a white bird sitting in a tree, and then you hear a scream, which makes it seem like the scream is coming from the bird. Pretty cool. But it turns out that the scream is coming from Parvati, who apparently lacked a camera on her at the time but has whapped her thumb with the machete, which is presumably what you get for having no experience doing any work with coconuts or anything else. "What do I do?" she asks. You can sort of tell that "Boxer" isn't an occupation that suggests that she has ever broken a nail for any reason. (I met Billy of Candice/Billy at the TARcon this weekend, and he reports that Parvati's style of boxing is of what he called the "I throw a punch and -- oops, I lost my top!" variety.) Becky and Sundra help her wrap it in a buff, but Sundra says that it "looks too deep," and that they need to have it looked at. "I feel like my finger's about to fall off," says Parvati. I wonder what that feels like, and how she knows. Becky interviews that Parvati hacked herself across the middle of the nail.
The Australian-accented medical staff makes an appearance. Explaining how it happened, Parvati says, "I was chopping a coconut with a machete, and I chopped off my finger instead." I'm sure cutting your finger hurts, but it is not the same as cutting your finger off. Okay, there's no need to embellish. "The good news is that you're not going to need to trim your thumbnail for a while," says the doctor. He does want to put one stitch into her thumb. This will start, of course, with a shot. It turns out that Parvati was maybe thinking they would take her to a nice hospital for her stitch, but they're going to stitch her up while she lies there on the ground. "You're being so brave, Parvati," Jonathan says, because she's scared, and he's a dad, and it's a game show. Adam, on the other hand, is a puss, and he tee-hees in an interview, "There's something about fingernails falling off that really bothers me." So he wouldn't look while they were giving Parvati the shot. Because nothing calms your injured friend like you comically hiding your eyes because what's happening to her is so gross and terrifying. He adds that he was upset by the whole thing "mainly because" the Rarovians are "a dying breed," and that he thought about the effect on the game. Adam, I'm sure that Parvati appreciates that you were considering the effects of gangrene on the bottom line.