Your favorite brand of potato chip that comes in a tennis-ball can brings you this "Moment in Survivor history:" Rob and Amber! I thought, you know, two human beings are not really a "moment," but then I realized that actually, those two probably are. Carry on, tennis-ball-can potato chips.
The members of the Lopevi tribe get back to camp as someone asks them to imagine Sarge getting past Travis on that narrow little beam. Which is kind of an entertaining image. When I did this with my team, we discovered that each move was easier when the smaller person squatted way down so the larger person could step over them. Believe it or not, it actually worked and nobody got sued for sexual harassment. Which is not at all certain in this case. Anyway, Rory's pissed off about "Twila's" little victory dance. Someone points out that that wasn't Twila. "Well, whatever her name was," Rory says. "It was a game. We lost," Sarge points out, but Rory bitches about Yasur: "Just show some class." Like getting people's names wrong. See, that's classy. Sarge points out that Lopevi probably would have done the same thing had they won, but Rory disagrees, angrily and forcefully. Rory must not watch much NFL football. He demands of Sarge, "Would you have taken it if it was a man? No!" Sarge points out that he's simply humble in defeat, but Rory insists that the women should have "showed some class." Like he's doing right now. Sarge shrugs and says, "Okay," because there's really not anything to be gained from trying to win the argument, and it's not like giving in is going to put him in the position of having to do anything about it. JP looks unhappy; Mom and Dad are fighting. Rory storms off and stands on the shore by himself all Ahab while Sarge complains about his behavior. Most people seem to be in agreement with Sarge. As am I.