Sitting in his confessional yogi-style, Peter Pandit says that other tribe members approached him and Sean, and suddenly they were having a "real conversation." This "real conversation" consists of Peter Pandit telling the others that life's goal is "simply to masta every hole you got." He continues that this includes: hearing, breathing, speaking, urinating (he has some trouble pronouncing this word), and going to the bathroom in general. Because after all that, he still can't say "poop"? Peter Pandit is amazed that most people aren't aware they even have seven holes. In a confessional, Rob says, "He looks like a normal guy, you know. But he's goin' on and on about bein' holey and I'm thinkin' he's talking about spiritualness [sic], but he's talking about actual holes in your bahdy." He then calls Peter Pandit a "fruit loop." Back at camp, Peter Pandit continues going on about how weird it is to grasp the concept of "the holes and your elimination," while gesturing at said holes. He points out that people don't want to talk about their holes, and perhaps he should have considered that before initiating this conversation with a bunch of strangers. Peter Pandit proudly proclaims that if you want to be holy, you should be aware of your holes. Sarah listens with a straight face, but then Patricia announces that she's had enough. Meanwhile, Rob can't understand one thing Peter Pandit is talking about. Realizing he's lost his audience, Peter Pandit blames Sean and then exclaims, "I'm chillin' here!" Here, but not for long.
Back at Rotu, Kathy always has to lead the way. The tribe makes a dorky fuss over opening their first piece of mail together, which contains a tiny replica of an outrigger canoe, and a clue. Neleh is upset that they'll actually have to row something. The Moppet reads the clue aloud, and I'll transcribe it just because I haven't had to do one in over a month (and I won't be so generous as the season progresses): "You'll be in over your head to get to the flame/ The weak ones will dread the thought of this game/ It's a long tough trail, avoid a rocky start/ Fail to work as a team, and you'll be the first to part." Clearly, the Survivor scribes haven't used their time off to hone their clue-writing skills.
Now both tribes approach the challenge. Maraamu is a particularly motley crew, with Peter gesturing wildly in their midst. Besides, they're all holding hands. Sean and Rob are swinging their clasped hands back and forth, which must have caused much mirth and mockery among Rob's macho construction-worker friends. Hunter, meanwhile, appears to be making goofy eyebrows at Gina over everyone else's heads.