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Girls Gone Wilder

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Roger That

We rejoin the conversation, where they have evidently moved their camp, but not very far. Roger points out that they're as close to the water as they were before, and on only slightly higher ground. He doesn't think it helps them to move. As he bosses on, Deena makes aggressive "blah, blah, blah" faces at the camera. It's not attractive. Rob continues telling us in his interview that Roger thinks women are stupid, and that Deena thinks women are better then men; there are a million different conversation the two of them could have when put together. Roger next argues that the caimans go into the water at night, and concludes that they will remain in their original location. Alex tries to wrap up the conversation -- while also taking a jab at Roger -- by saying that he wanted everyone to be part of the decision. Rob yells, "Yay!" because maybe they can go take another group bath now.

Now that the tribe has finally decided where to put the shelter, the log-hacking process begins. They barely survived their machetes the first time, so I see why the producers wanted them to have another go at it: twice the possibility of someone's losing an appendage. Alex and Roger try to decide how to construct the roof, while Deena silently stews nearby. In an interview, she says it's like the song "It's Raining Men," but based on what she says, it's not really like the song at all. She imitates Roger: "Okay. Here. We're gonna establish our floor and our base and our perimeter and you two...you two, go get....palm fronds!" During this interview, we see a shot of the rest of the unhappy tribe members trailing behind Roger; Deena looks over at Rob and says, "Rargh, rargh, rargh," in imitation of Roger's orders. Christy asks if she can lay down some floorboards, but Roger commands her instead to help Rob split palm fronds. As Roger purposely walks away, Christy sneaks a grin at the camera. In an interview, she tells us that she's not working on the shelter because it's a "man thing to do." She spoofs the men as she tells us she's not strong and doesn't have the "mathematical set, frame, plan," that men do. She acts this all out, making muscles, and gesturing at her supposedly empty head. She explains that the situation pissed her off because she wanted to be a part of it: if she's pulling down palm fronds and moving logs, she should get to feel like she had a hand in actually making their bed. Still, she manages to laugh it off and tells us she'll do her part so that they have shelter from the rain.

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