Yeah, whatever, let's go back to Foa Foa! I'm sure Brett and Kelly will get camera time at some point. While Liz struggles to start a fire, she is forced to listen to Laura and Natalie talk about: 1. Laura's motorcycle gang, which brings shame to motorcycle gangs everywhere when she says her pastor is a member and they usually just ride their Harleys to Starbucks for coffee, and 2. Some spiritual book they both read. Well, Natalie didn't really read it, admitting that she just skimmed it, but that was enough to get the positive and uplifting message of the book. Honestly, I don't even have to open one of those spiritual books to tell you that it will have a positive and uplifting message. Liz does not appreciate having to hear about this stuff while she's actually trying to work for the tribe so they can have food and water. She calls it "frustrating, disappointing, and at times, very infuriating." I'm sure most of that is because she has to know that she'll be the next Foa Foa member to be voted out and not Natalie, who is useless. She clumsily tries to convince the men of Foa Foa otherwise, saying they are having "a crisis" (in fire-starting, apparently?) while Natalie and Laura talk about books and Christianity. She appeals to Li'l Russell to turn against Natalie for this, but he just interviews that Liz is too stupid to walk and then he says a bunch of other meaningless bullshit about how he's in control of everyone's mind.
The Immunity Challenge finally arrives. It takes like ten minutes for the teams to walk in and then for Laura to be allowed to rejoin her tribe. Shambo makes sure to give her a big welcome back hug, unlike when Shambo returned to the tribe and Laura just stood there. Probst plants the immunity idol in the sand with a ridiculous musical flair and explains the challenge: both tribes will have to paddle a boat out to sea to retrieve six sets of fish-shaped puzzle pieces, then row back to the beach where three tribe members will attempt to solve the puzzle. First tribe to do so wins immunity. Probst makes a point that Shambo, Kelly, and Dave Ball (he actually calls him "Dave Ball" even though there are no other Daves there. I guess everyone calls him "Dave Ball." Everyone I know did. But no one ever called him "Danger Dave Ball") sat out the last challenge so they must participate in this one, even though there has been more than one occasion now where someone got to sit out in back-to-back challenges. Shambo is charged with choosing who to sit out for this challenge, which is tough for her because she just forgot John's name. Of course she did. Monica and Laura are also chosen to sit out. Probst has one more point to address: Mick is not wearing the stupid chief necklace because only Probst thinks stupid game conventions like this have any kind of significance. Mick says the team decided that their chief necklace was unlucky, because why blame yourselves for losing so many challenges when you can pin it on an inanimate object? "But you still have a leader," Probst says seriously, as if that's at all important. Wouldn't it be awesome if both tribes just refused to have a leader? Mick says that yes, he is still the leader. Probst says that this challenge can proceed, then.