Credits. And now, the jury includes Erik. Pretty, pretty Erik. You just were not built for this game, sugar.
Hae Da Fung, Day 34. People snooze in the shelter. A bug skitters away from someone's foot. Peih-Gee, in the robes I think she brought back from the temple, takes a stroll and voices over that she's not "the most popular" of the remaining contestants, and that there are four original Fei Long members and then...her. She interviews that being "the least liked" kind of sucks. She opens the treemail (which isn't in a tree, but is near a statue of a warrior, so...platemail? Har har) and finds, along with the clue, a bundle of arrows. Back at camp, she reads the clue to the group, and it sounds like it's an aiming thing, but also one of those challenges where people knock each other out, perhaps. It also suggests that it is for what the clue-writers are convinced is a very good reward. Todd interviews that rewards are important to keep you going, so he hopes to get the win. They're really burning it up with the interview questions these days: "So, Todd, are you hoping to win a big, juicy reward, or do you kind of not care about eating and drinking?"
Jeff Probst greets the group at a challenge clearing, where he explains that the challenge will involve firing arrows from a replica of a "Chinese repeating crossbow" that looks to me like an inexperienced person would have a very hard time aiming it. You'll fire it at a wall that's a grid of tiles with each person's name. You get a point when anyone -- including you -- hits one of your squares. Whoever has the most points at the end wins. The complication is that how many arrows you get to shoot is determined by your compatriots. Everybody gets five, and you have to distribute your five among the other four people in the game. Jeff explains that the winner of the reward will get to take a private jet to the Great Wall, where they'll have a meal and sleep out. It's not that the Great Wall isn't great or anything, but the rewards this season have seemed kind of unimaginative, like you could get them on Travelocity. Go here, sleep in comfort, eat a meal. Where are the massages of yore?
Arrows are distributed, and everyone opens their container to see how many they got. Peih-Gee receives one, which came from Courtney. "Thank you, Courtney," she says halfheartedly. Jeff tries to give her shit about it, and she makes it clear that she wasn't thinking they were all going to give their arrows to her. Todd gets six, several of which look like they came from Peih-Gee, which is interesting. I think he has three from Peih-Gee, two from Courtney, and one from Denise. Denise has two -- one from Courtney, one from Todd. Jeff comments that Denise only got two. "You know, on the bottom of the totem pole," she says, as if she expects anyone to feel sorry for her. If you're so concerned about it, lady...well, you know. Courtney has a zillion arrows. She has some from everyone, including all of Amanda's, I believe. Jeff says she has twelve. Looks like all of Amanda's, two of Peih-Gee's, three of Todd's, and two of Denise's, maybe. Amanda has four -- one from Courtney, one from Todd, and two from Denise. I think. So I believe, and I wouldn't swear to it, that Amanda gave all of hers to Courtney, Courtney gave hers to everyone equally with the extra to Todd, Peih-Gee gave hers to Courtney and Todd, Denise split them among her alliance (boring, as expected), and Todd gave his to primarily Courtney, with one each to Amanda and Denise. Honestly, I wouldn't know in this situation how to begin to distribute arrows. For one thing, I'm not convinced anyone is going to be able to aim this thing to the level where they can choose which square to hit with any accuracy.