Tom sits out on Sambutwo because they have an extra person. The first question asks whether the closest ocean to Kenya is the Atlantic Ocean. Both Sambutwo and Boranew say it is not, and they're both right -- actually, it's the Indian Ocean. Next, Peachy asks if, to save the elephant population in Kenya, military rangers are instructed to shoot to kill poachers. Both tribes think that one is true, and they're both right. The next question states that, on safari, there is a group of animals known as "the big five," which includes the elephant, the rhino, the buffalo, and the lion. Peachy wants to know which other animal is considered one of the "big five": the leopard, tiger, giraffe, or hippo? Kimj insists to her tribe that she knows the answer, so of course we know they'll get the question wrong. Boranew guesses hippo, and Sambutwo guesses leopard. Sambutwo is correct, and Kim apologizes to her tribe. The next question asks, "Diurnal is a term to describe what?" There's lots of different choices to pick from here, but both tribes agree that the answer is animals that are "more prevalent by day," and they're both right. Ethan has some difficulties scooting down the bleachers. Sambutwo, meanwhile, is told to stand, because they've reached their final bleacher step. The clue asks whether Kenya's Lake Victoria is the world's largest saltwater lake. Both tribes think the answer is false, and they're both right. Peachy then gleefully points out that it's a trick question, because not only is Lake Victoria not the largest, but it's not saltwater, either. He sure got them. Except he didn't. Boranew watches Sambutwo attack the sandwiches while Clarence looks particularly sad. Kelly shoves an entire sandwich in her mouth, and Brandon and Lindsey agree that they like the shortbread cookies best. As they toast each other with Mountain Don't, Lex says, "We're breakin' bread proper." Boranew finally wises up and decides to stop torturing themselves by watching the other team pig out. As they leave the challenge site, Teresa says, "Bon appétit," and Kimj wishes them a good weekend. They have weekends out there? I barely have weekends here at home.
Walking back to camp, Sambutwo passes a herd of zebras, prompting my friend to earnestly ask, "What are those?" On the bright side, he's really good at math.