First round. There honestly isn't a lot to say, except that "Dreamz" gets his almost immediately, followed by Boo, Earl, and Yau Man. Cassandra throws her entire ball and rope in the water, so she's not in it from the beginning, really. So it's the four men going on to the next round. In the next round, we learn that "Dreamz" got lucky the first time, because he's not doing so well this time. In fact, the two moving on turn out to be Yau Man, who is a real learning-curve guy who generally gets better even over the course of a short challenge, followed by Boo. So those are your finalists. And they both kind of need immunity, too. In the last round, it looks like they're both nervous, but Boo walks away with the victory. So that's all there is for the "boot Boo" plan. Nobody but Boo looks happy as Jeff puts the necklace around Boo's neck. One of the other five is going home. Back to camp, everyone.
When we return, it's still Day 36 at Bula Bula. The tribe talks, and Yau Man marvels at Boo's abilities with "ball and rope." Boo tells us that he was really "stoked" to win immunity, and he was even happier to have immunity when he realized that nobody else was at all happy that he won it, meaning he suspects that he was the next one to go, had he not nailed down immunity.
Earl and Yau Man take a walk, and Earl asks about how exile was. Yau Man says that he did okay and stayed dry, and he also tells Earl that the third clue contained a reference to a pine tree. Yau Man interviews that the location is pretty well pinpointed once you get the third clue. They agree that it has to be inside a hollow pine tree near some kind of rock formation, based on a "tower of rock" thing that Earl got earlier. Earl interviews that they're just hoping to find the other idol, which would mean that each of them would have an idol going forward, which is pretty good. And so we go with Earl as he hunts for the idol. And then we watch as he looks up at a big rock. Hmm. "How do I get up there?" he wonders. He makes his way up a little hill. And then he pokes a tree with a stick. And then he reaches inside the tree. And...turtle! "Well, well, well," Earl chuckles. He opens it up and shows it to us. "We are in business," he says. Indeed, Earl, you are in business.