Cut to the island, where everybody just lies awake as the rats scurry. This is to show that being on the island is almost, but not quite, as boring as having dinner and beers with Kelly.
Back at the bar, Jeff asks the crowd if they wouldn't mind watching a video. What are the extras going to say, "No"? He pops in the tape as they spontaneously applaud. Kelly giggles and claps as she watches the original cast scrambling off the boat from the first episode. She's thinking, "There's no way anybody's ever going to watch this show." She says, "Yay, go Jenna! That's awesome!" She gives Jeff an affectionate punch on the arm and he hisses, "Don't touch me until it's dark." When Kelly is shown, the crowd cheers again, because she's a celebrity now and that's what you do around celebrities.
Back at the island, Kelly is unceremoniously dropped off the boat. What, Jeff -- no hug, no roses, no goodnight kiss? You, sir, are either a true gentleman or a real cheap bastard. Kelly lies down, belly full, hopes of bedding Jeff Proboscis shattered. Shots of the sky, shots of the moon. And then it's Day Thirty-Six.
As people wake up, Richard goes on and on about how he can't believe there are only four days left. He talks to Sean, who is chewing what looks like a giant piece of tobacco, but which is probably a glob of tree rubber mixed with Sue's leg hair for texture. Speaking of Saucy Sue, she and Kelly are again openly discussing their voting strategy. Kelly says she wants to make it to the final four, but says Sue isn't going to let her. Sue says right out loud that she's aligning with Rich. Looks like Kelly's days are numbered. Here's an idea: what if Kelly just politely asked people not to vote her off? Like a political campaign. She could make little coconut buttons and straw hats. Sue says there's no way Kelly will make it into the final three because she's a threat. Oh, that's right, because she's the only one who doesn't leave the stench of evil in her wake. Yeah, I could see that as a threat. They decide to be civil to each other for the time they have left. Until the next civil war.