Over at Aitu, also on Night 5, Billy is sleeping, and of course he's snoring, while the rest of the tribe is around the fire. Ozzy tells them all that they need to consider throwing the challenge tomorrow to get rid of Billy. Cristina is instantly against this idea. J.P. interviews that he was thinking of trying to get rid of Billy, too, so he was really glad Ozzy brought it up. Ozzy insists to the group that they'll be "stronger than ever," which is so stupid. Stronger at what? You're not starving. Chickens are practically walking up and high-fiving you, you have fire, you have water, you have all the fish you need...what good are you going to do for yourselves by throwing the challenge? It's crazy. The worst thing that happens if you try to win the challenge is that he makes you lose a later challenge, in which case you can still vote him off. You can't possibly gain anything by throwing a challenge to vote someone off in order to avoid losing a challenge and voting him off. In fact, why not keep an extra guy on your tribe who is sure to go before you do if your tribe happens to lose legitimately? Why make yourself the first target instead of keeping some dead weight handy? Cristina interviews that she just thinks it's depressing that they're already talking about throwing a challenge to get rid of someone when it's so early. "I don't know if I can trust Oscar anymore," she says.
At Raro on Day 6, they uncover some treemail. Adam reads it out loud as Parvati looks on with a blank smile that perfectly conveys the thought, "Whaa?" I think she's impressed to learn that he can read. The treemail refers to both reward and immunity, and it says that in addition to being "bound by honor," they will be "bound by belts and ropes." Dirty! Over at Hiki, when they read the clue, Nate says that already being down a person, they need to win this challenge.