Galu increases their lead on the second tower when they get both of the bags containing their blocks untied before Foa Foa even gets one. But Foa Foa quickly catches up thanks to the height advantage they have in Jaison, which really isn't fair. The winner of an immunity challenge shouldn't be determined by which tribe has the tallest member. At the end, it's up to the blondes to stand on their tribe mates and complete the tower. Galu's blonde tries to stack the last three blocks at the same time, only to lose two of them on the way up. Foa Foa's blonde has just one block left to stack, but can't reach the top. But then she stretches and gets it up there. The tower stays intact for a count of five, and Foa Foa wins their first immunity challenge. There is much rejoicing. Over at Galu, there is bitter disappointment even though this is a good thing, really. Now they can get rid of Shambo and not lose any more chickens. As Galu does the slow motion loser's walk, Russell interviews that Monica lost the challenge for them. How? By not being ten feet tall? Because that's everyone's fault.
After the break, we go back to Galu. Russell reminds us that they lost the challenge and should not have, since they had the lead the entire way. Until the very end, of course. When it counted. "Okay boss, talk to me," Erik says to Russell, appealing perfectly to Russell's vision of himself as Galu's noble leader. Russell says Monica's performance during the challenge is the reason why they lost, and Erik agrees that she was horrible. Then I guess you should have sat her out, Russell. And put the other wonder twin in instead, because she's freaking awesome at this stuff and would have kicked ass and taken names. So it's kind of your fault, too. Then again, I still don't think Monica did an exceptionally bad job during the challenge and her relative slowness on the rope bridge didn't put her team behind. Foa Foa caught up during the second tower because they had taller people. And Russell sat Galu's tallest member out.