A boat comes in to pick up Janu, and the team sends her off with waves and "good luck"s. Jeff gives the immunity necklace to Tom. Jeff tells the rest of the group to swim back to their boat. And for being so mean, they're going without dessert. Meanies. They can just sit around their camp and think about what they've done.
Janu's boat speeds her toward her private island, as she voices over that she's being put there because she "couldn't finish out the immunity challenge." Like, not quite, dear. You're not going for not finishing; you're going for being the very first weenie to quit. Six minutes? Give me a break. Anyway, once she is on shore and her boat is leaving, Janu sets her priorities and decides to start by building a fire. She tells us that she thinks she'll be okay and not too scared, provided she has fire. If she doesn't have fire, she thinks she'll be a little bit more wigged out. She tries to make her fire, but initially has very little luck. Because -- remind yourself -- she has been out here for twenty-five days, and she hasn't yet made a fire. That is insane. Insane! As she tells us how she tries to "put little pieces" on the fire to make it go, we get a lovely shot of what looks like a green thong peeking out of the top of her buff/skirt in the back. Night falls. Still, Janu is trying to build a fire. Remember -- she has flint and steel. She has specific materials intended to make fire possible. She has the thing that has always made past castaways jump up and down with happiness, because once they have it, they will have no trouble making a fire. In other words, it isn't just that Janu hasn't made a fire -- it's that she hasn't learned how fires are made, because it appears that she simply doesn't know how to construct one or keep one going. She voices over that she's all isolated from the tribe, it's her against them, she has no friends, blah dee blah. Wonder how that got to be the case. Finally, she gets her fire going, and that makes her happy. She supposes aloud that maybe God actually wants her to stay on Survivor. You know how much I love that kind of thinking. And then she dances around, saying, "It's all mine." I do believe she's gone a little bit...you know. "Wee-oo, wee-oo."