After the commercial, we get more footage of Ozzy being awesome at Redemption Island. He fishes with a spear! He climbs palm trees! He tells us that there's no one better at being on Redemption Island than he is! I mean, he's probably right but he's just so Ozzy about it.
Back on the regular island, Edna is gathering supplies to do laundry as Albert sits in a hammock nearby. She asks him what's on his agenda today, and he says that he was going to go fishing but Cochran wanted to go with Brandon and only two people can fish at a time. Let me translate what Edna's really asking him for you: She's asking him, "Are you really going to sit on your ass all day?" As if it's her business. I mean, yes, if there's work to be done, Albert should help out. But I hate people who are constantly busy, and then they also make it their business to make sure you're busy, too. Mind your beeswax, Edna. Albert says basically that, in an interview. He says that everyone else on his tribe is constantly cleaning and organizing, and he doesn't think those things are important in the context of the game. He's busy trying to win challenges and create a strategy and play the social game. The one place where his ideas fall apart is the "social game" part -- if others in your tribe think that cleaning and organizing are important, and you're not doing those things, they're not going to like you. I see what Albert is saying, because Edna is kind of making up tasks to make herself seem important.
Brandon and Cochran are fishing. There's a third person there -- I think it's Rick? He stays underwater the whole time, I guess, but you see him in an overhead shot. Anyway, Brandon catches a fish and Cochran gets to stand there and hold it. And he gives this big speech about how he's scared of the fish because it has teeth but he wants to contribute to the tribe. I was praying so hard for that fish to bite him, but it didn't happen.
The fishermen come back to camp and Brandon jokes around that they all worked really hard to catch fish, and Cochran's contribution was to stand there and hold the fish they caught. Albert seems like he just woke up from a nap, so he decides to go take the clothes out of the bucket of water. I'm not sure what their laundry process is, but there's a bucket of clothing sitting next to the fire. He uses a stick to pick up a shirt (I'm guessing the water is hot) and tilts the bucket so that the water goes into the fire, putting it out. Of course, Edna is over there in half a second, because she doesn't want Albert to touch her laundry. Then again, he did screw it up. But let him screw it up! I hope she doesn't have kids. Then Edna gives a super bitchy interview where she complains about how she did all the hard work and then Albert tried to come in at the end and be the hero and ended up dousing the fire. So then Edna is trying to get the fire restarted. I don't get why she doesn't just let Albert do something, and screw it up, and then deal with the consequences. Jumping in to show him how it's done just lets him go back and lie down. You're playing into his game. Edna clearly never had a brother. Albert is the ultimate older brother.