Now Jenna, Janet, and Heidi are heading off on a fishing trip. Jenna tells us that Janet was very sick and not feeling well. Janet moans that she's about to pass out and doesn't think she's going to make it on the trip because it's too far. Jenna gestures dismissively at the flour, claiming they won't be able to live on it. As Heidi and Jenna paddle, Janet just sits in the boat behind them. Jenna complains in an interview that Janet didn't help and was worried about paddling too far out because she didn't want to paddle back. Even though she's not actually doing any of the paddling. Jenna says they all have ups and downs, but Janet is "mostly down." She thinks it will hurt her if they lose the challenge. Back in the boat, Janet tells the other women that she's "had it," and she "can't do this anymore." She then voice-overs that she's hit rock bottom as the girls realize that they've caught a leaf. Janet tells us that the hardest part of the experience is its brutality. She knew it would be "difficult, but not brutal." As Janet breaks down to the others, Jenna asks whether the hunger or sickness is affecting her the most, and Heidi cuts in to encourage Jenna to think about how bad she herself feels, without the sickness. Janet perks up to comment that they're twenty years younger than she. (Try thirty.) She tells us in an interview that she could throw up at any minute, and she's never in her life been so physically exhausted. She doesn't know if she could do a challenge right now.
We join Tambaqui, where the camera zooms in on a Magic 8-Ball. Rob announces that he's donating it to the good of the tribe, Butch makes a series of bizarre air-scrubbing motions. Rob explains that the Magic 8-Ball is a good luxury item because "one thing you may or may not know is that...it really works." He shakes his head and lowers his voice as he says this. Roger asks the toy if the tribe will win immunity, and Rob firmly interjects, "We do not ask the Magic 8-Ball questions like that!" In an interview, he tells us that his only rule was that no one could ask about the challenges. He explains that if the Magic 8-Ball says they will lose and they lose, "it'll freak us out," but if the Magic 8-Ball says they'll lose and they win, then "we'll know the Magic 8-Ball's a sham." He concludes, "So there's no point in asking questions like that." Rob grinningly tells us that most of the Magic 8-Ball talk centers around the women of the other tribe, particularly Shawna, Jenna, and Heidi. With this, we see slow-motion shots of the three women tossing their hair, adjusting their swimsuits, and rubbing wet cloths over themselves. All that's missing is the hot tub. Alex asks the Magic 8-Ball if "our boy Ryan [is] gonna get with -- gonna get a little something from Jenna?" Its response is "most likely," and Butch tries to look amused by this activity, considering the motto is "Believe in yourself," not "Believe in the Magic 8-Ball." Daniel runs gleefully over to Rob because he asked the 8-Ball if he would hook up with Shawna, and its response was "definitely." He makes Rob look at it, and then sneaks a glance at the camera to make sure they captured this special moment on film. Roger tells us in an interview that the young men spend their time talking about how good the women look. He says "the juice is flowin'" and that sex is all boys over the age of fifteen talk about. We next see Rob ask the Magic 8-Ball if he'll hook up with Heidi, before he tells us in an interview that she's so hot "she could put Viagra out of business." Finally, Rob tells us, "There are spirits in this jungle and through the magic of the Magic 8-Ball, I can channel and harness those spirits."