Now Kathy whines and cries in a confessional because she "doesn't have any support," but then she should have brought a bra, shouldn't she? Actually, she's upset because the others are being "more cautious" than she is, and I don't see how caution is something to complain about, but then maybe Kathy's forgotten about Mike Skupin's unexpected personal journey into the fire. Back at camp, John complains to Robert and Paschal that he's been working his butt off, and Kathy's alarmist attitude frustrates him. In a confessional, John tells us that Kathy sparked his Irish temper, and in order to "basically neutralize [his] outburst," he became fixated with starting the fire, which he finally does -- and, ironically enough, the only tribe member missing at this moment is Kathy, who's off sniveling in the woods. When Kathy returns, Zoe exclaims, "You knew if you left us kids alone for a few minutes we could do something right!" They all celebrate -- John, most embarrassingly so. Zoe picks Kathy up off the ground. John tells us in a confessional that once they started the fire, Kathy came around. We see John fill up a bowl with water and offer it to Kathy, who declines because she was not there for the actual fire-making and thus evidently should be made to die of dehydration. John insists that she take the water because she "put the fire under [his] butt."
Back at Maraamu, the tribe has decided to seek out their water source, because Hunter has proclaimed that this is the natural order of things. While Maraamu had a big beautiful waterfall, Rotu has only a piddly little stream. Still, Gina tells us that just having water was a huge relief, because it's the dry season. She explains that they filled up their jugs and immediately started boiling. As the tribe works, Peter Pandit tells us that he's a workaholic and was putting too much effort into the chores. Like everyone else, he wanted to prove himself an integral part of the team, but he forced himself to slow down. He tells us that he went over and joined Sean on the raft in the shade. He and Sean then hold hands and have a discussion about the many uses of the word "chilling." Peter Pandit is excited to use the word back at the bowling alley. He tells us in a confessional that Sean reminded him how comfortable it was just to be himself.