The next morning, Abi interviews that she woke up with a renewed motivation to keep fighting, so she heads off into the jungle to... do something. Hide her clue? Make a fake Immunity Idol? Get everyone to believe she's searching for an Immunity Idol? I don't know what she's doing, but she definitely thinks she's super clever for doing it. While she's gone, Penner confirms that they're all still planning on voting out Abi. When Abi returns, she hides her hands under her shirt, like she's holding something. No one seems to pay attention or care.
Abi has decided that Malcolm is her new best friend since Pete is gone and Malcolm showed her some sympathy earlier, so she lies next to him in the camp and tells him that she's not going home next and she'd like him to be on her side. To Malcolm's credit, he doesn't point out that even if she stays one more round she's going home on the next one. Malcolm interviews that Abi is like the ex-girlfriend that won't go away after you break up: she's bitter, she hasn't forgiven you and you don't get the benefits of a girlfriend either. I want to call Malcolm out for being sexist but... he's kind of right. Abi can't take a hint. That's why she's in this predicament. Abi finally outright tells Malcolm that she has a fourth Idol. Malcolm strings her along, but it doesn't seem like he really believes her.
Immunity Challenge! Probst explains that in the first round, each contestant will be attached to a rope via carabiner and have to follow the rope as it winds around and through a hitching post. The first five to finish that stage move on to round two: follow a rope through a series of criss-crossed bamboo poles. The first two through that stage move on the final stage: navigate a multi-level obstacle course. The first person to finish wins immunity and a one in six shot at winning this game. Probst introduces the twist: Probst will ask a question at the beginning of each round and anyone who gets it wrong will have to carry five percent of his or her body weight through the course. I wonder if that's their body weight at the start of the game or today? Because those are two different numbers.
And for the final twist, Probst reminds everyone that Abi bought an advantage at the auction and it's time to reveal what that is. Abi interviews that she knows that Probst won't lie for her, but she's going to try to keep her Immunity Idol ruse going. Abi nervously unrolls her scroll and claims that there are two parts to the message. The first says that she gets to advance right to the final round and the second she will keep to herself. And then she dramatically rips up the note, claiming that she doesn't want anyone to know what the second part of the message is. Okay, there are many reasons why that was completely unconvincing. The first is that Abi is a terrible liar and sounded really unsure of herself the whole time. The second is that the light was shining through the paper and anyone with eyes could see there were not nearly enough words on there for it to say what she claimed. The third is that she ripped up the paper, which no one would do if it were a clue to the Idol. The fourth is that, in the history of the show, no one has ever won a two-part advantage, because it wouldn't be fair and she's playing with a bunch of people who are huge fans of the game. So I doubt that convinced anyone.