Matsing. Day 6. Can you believe they've been there less than a week? With all the entrenched drama, you'd think it has been much longer. Anyway, it's still raining. Russell reminds them that they have to keep the fire going, or they're in big trouble. Russell hustles around, and Roxy asks him if he's cold as she huddles in their meager shelter. Russell says that's why he's moving around -- to stay warm. Malcolm interviews that Russell is on fire duty while he and Denise try to shore up the shelter, but Roxy's doing nothing and people are noticing. He didn't explain what Angie's doing either. Besides cuddling.
Russsell tries to keep everyone's spirits up. Roxy interviews that she thought seminary school and her faith would give her the strength to get through this, but the rain and cold are breaking her down. She starts crying and Russell tries to buck her up. Roxy interviews that she's alone and sad. And then the sun comes down and everyone rejoices. And Roxy rejoices by speaking in tongues but it kind of sounds like a chant of some sort. Denise and Russell discuss their misgivings with Roxy given her emotional weakness. Then Denise makes a lot of people happy when she says that Roxy can pray for sunshine all she wants if it makes her feel better, but Denise won't be praying for anything because she knows she alone can get herself further in the game. Note that she doesn't say she doesn't believe in God or whatever; she just says that she thinks it's all up to her. I like that attitude. Denise interviews that she won't be asking God for help in their upcoming challenge, because she knows that she needs to make it happen herself.