On Day 25, Scout gets up early. She tells us that Leann and Ami have, she believes, turned against her and Twila in favor of a new bond with Julie. Which of course would only count out either Scout or Twila from the final four, if my math does not deceive me. But this makes Scout angry anyway, because Julie "doesn't deserve it," Scout snots. Oh, give me a break, As if there is such a thing as "deserving it" in this particular game. If it were about "deserving," none of you would even be there, so let's not get precious. Scout approaches the guys while they're still sleeping and whispers in their ears that she's got a plan to keep them around, but that she needs to talk to Twila about it. Chris whispers his excited appreciation, although if he's smart, he will immediately know that this is the kind of thing people say all the time to make themselves sound important, and at this point, it means almost nothing. Scout explains to us that her plan would be to start by getting rid of Eliza, and then get rid of Ami. Getting rid of Ami is especially important to this plan, because Ami is pulling all the strings, not that Scout can see that if that's true, you would move to get Ami out first, not second after Eliza. But like most strategists, Scout is allowing her judgment to be clouded by her personal preferences. There's a joke in there somewhere about John Kerry, but I'm really tired.
As Chad adjusts the WonderFoot 3000 for the day, Chris assures him that it's Day 25, and they're still there, so they just have to "keep goin'." The sun finishes rising. And...Volcano! When it is fully daylight, the entire group goes to retrieve a piece of treemail. With the treemail is a wooden rod with holes drilled through it, and through and around the holes, there is rope knotted in various ways. Twila reads the traditional suck-ass poetry, which tells the tribe to bring the pig along with them. And not in the form of sandwiches, Twila. Ami picks up the pig to carry it to the challenge, and the pig squeals, because Ami is mean, and even animals can tell.