The entire group reconvenes, and Jake says they had a great time talking about things and learning about each other. I can't even imagine what boringness Erin and Ted and Jake and Jan talked about, since we didn't see even a second's worth of footage of either conversation. Peachy doesn't particularly care what they talked about and immediately changes the subject to the "different experience" had by some members of the group. Shii Devil reveals that she was lucky to go to beautiful Chuay Gahn, where there's a cove, a cave, and "no rain." She had a wonderful experience. Helen points out that Sook Jai doesn't have a cave, "so they don't have any dry shelves to put their clothes and stuff." Ted exclaims, "I heard!" Helen makes about fifteen different expressions on ten seconds, and not one of them is attractive. Peachy reveals that the four members have become ambassadors for the group because "something very different is happening" today. He announces that the tribes will now "live together on one beach," and that the ambassadors will decide which beach that will be. Whatever they choose, they'll get a new boat for the last twenty-one days of the game. The group immediately chooses Chuay Gahn's beach, and Peachy reveals that all of Sook Jai's "personal items" will be waiting for them when they arrive. They get movers? Peachy says that Chuay Gahn will also get "a new home of sorts," because they'll be sharing it with seven other people. He says, "In a sense, you are essentially starting over." "In a sense" and "essentially" is a bit of overkill. He calls the game a "new world," but cites the "eighteen days of education" as being of use to them. Peachy says that the only thing left to do is hug each other. Well, he doesn't come right out and say "hug each other," but we know that's what he means. Brian heads straight for Erin.
Episode Report CardJoanna: B | 441 USERS: C+
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