Probst hands Ozzy and Coach one egg each and tells them to smash them open at the same time to see what color paint is inside, which will dictate with tribe they're on. Hilariously, it takes Ozzy three tries to smash his egg open over his heart, while Coach calmly squeezes his shell open in the palm of his hand. Ozzy gets the red egg, which means he's on the Savii tribe, while Coach, with blue, is on Mikayla's Upolu tribe just like we all knew he would be. Christine and Rick frown about their new tribemate, with Rick interviewing that he doesn't understand Coach's dragon slayer thing and thinks he's too old for that anyway, saying Coach is "in his 40's." Actually, Coach claims to be 39, which everyone knows is still young enough to go around calling oneself a Dragon Slayer. Coach isn't totally oblivious to how much his new tribe hates him. "I kinda grabbed a hold of my cheeks right here and said 'hold on for the ride, cause it's gonna be rocky in the beginning.'" Oh, poor Coach. Always in situations where he is forced to protect his ass. At least this tribe isn't trying to eat his asshole. Coach continues that he'll have to have "twice the Slayer charm" to get through the first few days. I'm afraid that's not true, Coach. Two times zero is, after all, still zero. Probst sends Ozzy off to join his tribe, and Ozzy impishly slaps Probst on the chest with his red-painted hand before dashing off to meet them in a group hug.
Probst reminds everyone that we're still doing the stupid Redemption Island thing this season, so contestants will still have a chance to re-enter the game after they've been voted out. Then, he says, it's time for their first challenge. But this is going to a "Hero Challenge." What does that mean, exactly? Apparently, Ozzy and Coach are now considered to be heroes, so they will represent their tribes and go head-to-head against each other. The challenge is an obstacle and a puzzle, just like nearly every challenge is these days, starting with a tall wooden pole that must be climbed to retrieve a little wooden turtle figurine, a log they must dig through the sand to pass under, and then a six-piece (the little turtle counts as the top piece) Tower of Hanoi puzzle to solve. The winner gets a reward for his tribe: the usual flint and a bunch of hairy-looking root vegetables called taro. The contestants aren't deprived enough to really care about that, but Probst insists that this is a great prize and they will love it.