And incidentally, just when I got used to the kooky spellings of names like "Robb," and "Rodger," we get castmates with those names spelled normally? That's the real "shocking twist."
We return to Jaburu, where the girls are struggling with their four sticks. Jeanne whines that she thought someone in the tribe would step up as a leader, and she's embarrassed that no one did. Heidi perches horizontally across some planks of wood with no head support, proposing it as their new sleeping place while the others look on, flummoxed. Jeanne continues telling us that they're dehydrated and that no one went to the bathroom yesterday. Deena is likely disappointed that there's been no communal girl-on-girl peeing yet. Jeanne concludes, "People are gonna start gettin' down!" The disco lights and the smoke machine are coming up any minute now.
Deena sharpens machetes while Jenna stirs a pot full of buffs and underwear and voice-overs that they were being swarmed by flies because they stank. In an interview, she tells us that clean underwear is a priority because "things can live on you...especially in the area 'cause it's dark." ["She must be some kind of scientician." -- Wing Chun] We see Jenna carefully hanging up their attire, while Deena voice-overs that the tribe is having trouble prioritizing. She explains that while she's thinking about shelter, the others are thinking, "It's time to wash my buff now." The tribe appears to have divided itself between the dirty- and the clean-underweared. Janet, Deena, and Christy stand around the pot of boiling water, and conclude that clean buffs are definitely not the priority. As we go to commercial, Jenna continues carefully ministering to the pot of panties and buffs.