It's now the next day. A green snake slithers around, followed by a shot of a bird flying, followed by a close-up of a chain link. Tinkly music plays as Clay tells us that when he first found a dummy at the treemail site, he wondered what was going on. He says he tried to lift it and haul it back to camp, but that it was a "big old dummy," and that "you didn't drag that thing." He thinks it weighs several hundred pounds, which is several hundred more than Clay weighs. He's confused over the challenge as he exclaims, "My God! Part of it I can't git!" Helen tells us in an interview that Clay returned to camp with a bruised-looking, nasty banana; still, it looked like heaven to her. Clay tosses the banana to Ted, who tosses it to Helen, who totally freaks out because it might hit the ground. And then who wants it? Helen reads the clue, which is written on a scroll, with an excruciatingly painful delivery. In short, it reveals that they have a new tribe member who's "big and lazy." Hey! Big Tom's comin' back! The clue further reveals that the dummy will compete in the challenge, and instructs them to dress the dummy up and name it because "he may help get good stuff to eat." Grindia wants to look in the bag Clay's carrying, but Clay can't contain himself and shrieks, "There's a dummy over there!" Ted says, "What dummy?" Clay eagerly responds that it's around the corner, but he can't carry it himself and needs some help. Ted says, "You lie," and bug-eyed Clay warbles, "I swear to God there's a dummy over there! Big as your ass!" The tribe is interested in seeing a dummy as big as Ted's ass, and Grindia is interested in punching that dummy's ass in the eye.
Meanwhile, some of the members of Sook Jai have also discovered their dummy and carried it back to camp. They have a very serious discussion about the dummy's gender and insist that they have to decide before naming it. Or, they could just give it a name like "Leslie" or "Jamie." Jake thinks they treat the dummy like a "he," but Erin thinks it would be easier to make it a girl because of the purple material. They tie a buff around the dummy's head, and then stand around looking bothered and indifferent.
Chuay Gahn enthusiastically faces the same decision. After discovering that they've been given a grass skirt and some orange paint, they decide that the dummy will be a girl named "Chuay Gal." As we alternate between the tribes, we see that Erin thinks their dummy should be a pirate, because "that's what this island's about, or whatever." Shii Devil suggests "Blackbeard," but no one reacts. Jake thinks they need a "big, strong warrior name" and Robb suggests "Ghengis." Shii Devil has to add "Khan" to this, to prove she knows his last name. Jake adds, "Ghengis from Afghanistan," but pronounces it "Jengis," which is the only funny part of the statement.