Hey, we haven't seen enough of Ozzy lately, have we? Let's visit him at Redemption Island the next day and watch as he learns how to catch enormous fish near a coral reef. At least we get to see some nice shots of a turtle. I like turtles. So Ozzy and Keith are having a bro-fest with fish to eat. Bully for them.
Meanwhile, the people actually still playing the game are headed to their next Immunity Challenge. Two eliminations tonight! The challenge is to stand on a wooden beam while balancing a ball on a bow. So that seems difficult. Because bows are curved and all. But there's a twist! Anyone who doesn't feel like he or she needs immunity can sit the challenge out and eat iced coffee and pastries. Everyone on Upolu looks fired up, since they know they don't need immunity. Everyone except Coach, who says he's sad because he wanted to compete today. Probst points out that Coach can still compete. Jim can barely contain his excitement when he says that the seven Upolu members don't need to compete, since that greatly increases Jim's odds of winning. He only has to beat out Dawn and Whitney instead of the rest of the tribe. Coach says that they are unified and they stick together, so I guess he's saying that he can't compete unless everyone on Upolu does? That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. Go eat a muffin, Coach.
Coach does go eat a muffin. Probst tells them that they only get to eat as long as the challenge continues, so they had better stuff their faces. The challenge begins as Probst gives a dramatic voiceover about people fighting for survival. Probst jokes that Coach is probably regretting not competing and Coach can only giggle. Jim quickly loses his ball and is out of the challenge, which Probst states for the record and Jim snaps, "I know." So now Jim has to sit there and watch everyone eat and watch Dawn and Whitney fight it out. That sucks. And yet, he's a jerk so I don't care. Brandon says something offhand about hoping Dawn lasts a long time, and Dawn says, "I'll stay so you can eat." Probst asks her to clarify her statement and instead of focusing on the task at hand, Dawn says that she feels like it's one big, happy tribe right now. Coach and Brandon both say that Dawn is awesome. Gloating isn't cool, guys. We all know you're going to get rid of Jim; you could at least have the decency not to throw it in his face. I mean it's not like Jim would... oh, who am I kidding? Jim would totally gloat.