Crap from Africa
Frank wakes his daughters up at 5:01 AM. We then see a clip of Frank waking up his tribe. Because Frank wakes people up. He explains that his life's philosophy is to get up early in the morning. We see him kiss his wife and kids goodbye as they are packed into a car, as he adds to that philosophy kissing his family and going to work to "give the man 100\%" and then returning home immediately. Frank carries his daughter and kisses her on the forehead. He offers to get his wife a cup of coffee, and she doesn't keel over from shock; he looks happy and proud of himself. Polly tells us that Frank is a loving father and husband, and that they found out she was pregnant with her third child the day before Frank got the call that he'd been selected for Survivor. She says that in his absence, "there was something missing in the whole family dynamics." Maybe Frank? She cites his enthusiasm for life and a zest for everything he does as the missing elements. Frank's daughter Jocelyn tells us that when she thinks of her father, she thinks of "huggin'" and sharing and "being a leader." If she actually moved, she'd be shifty, too. Maybe I think kids are just shifty in general? Frank walks through the woods with his daughters; he wears a red hat; his oldest daughter wears red gloves; and the baby wears a red hat. If this is to avoid being accidentally hunted, I'll bet it works. We see them from behind as his daughter puts her arm around his waist. He tells us he seeks to provide his family with food, shelter, and security, "but most importantly, love."