Arriving at the challenge, Peachy announces that it is "all about how you think." I won't waste much of your time except to say it's a giant game of DOTS. It's so lame I don't even want to describe it. They have no aerial view, so it must be pretty hard. Except that Peachy tells them if they've missed a square. I do think this challenge probably took hours, and I wish they'd tell us that -- it makes it more interesting. After the S9 take several turns, Lamber gets the first box. Next Elisabeth announces, "You can all thank me later. Nick, you can thank me now" as she hooks Nick up with a square. Colby tells Rodger to "help a brother out," and Peachy says snidely, "Now you're brothers." Colby leaves Jerri with six squares. We had some debate in our Survivor-watching group about whether he could have left her more and chose to leave her less. Jerri leaves Keith with seventeen boxes and demands a massage. Keith doesn't say, "Not on your life, Satan spawn." Lamber goes next in her stylish little hipster pants and asks Peachy if she got them all, and he actually answers that she has, so she finishes with ten. Where's the skill in that? Tina is irritated that Lamber has taken so long -- she goes next and gets a bunch too, but not as many as Keith. At this point it's "mathematically impossible" for Keith to be beat and so he wins immunity two weeks in a row. He didn't have to beg for this one, though.
Back at camp the tribe makes rice and then lightening strikes. Elisabeth rubs off something on her hand on Colby. Keith says that "mysteriously" there's always a rainstorm when they go to Tribal Council. Alicia tells us at this point that Elisabeth is naive in thinking that Jerri will be voted off because it would be foolish if Ogakor turned on Jerri before the tribe was secure. She says she thinks she or Nick will be leaving tonight. Elisabeth then says she thinks Jerri is a goner, and that she's not ready to go home or see her friends go home. This is a clip from an earlier interview, though. She may be ready by now.
Suddenly we're at Stonehenge -- I mean Tribal Council. Peachy's sopping wet; he's the only one not in raingear. He asks if the merge has been an "interesting dynamic," and Elisabeth says that the "differences are known" and that there's been "learning and compromise," and she basically doesn't make all that much sense but looks cute and earnest saying it. Peachy asks Lamber how Barramundi responded when she and Jerri came back with "little bellies," and she says she felt guilty and like an outsider. Peachy asks the others what camp was like without Lamber and Jerri, and Alicia diplomatically says it was "interesting" and "quieter" and "contemplative" and "all good." Peachy explains that the person voted out tonight won't go home, but will instead join the jury and thus have a role in how the game plays out. He then announces that they each have a one in nine shot of making it to the end, as if they haven't given any thought to that yet.