At Sambutwo, Lindsey tells Kelly of Boranew, "They have no idea that all of us over here are totally getting along." Of course, it doesn't cross her mind that Boranew might be really getting along and not lying about getting along to avoid being voted off. Later, Lindsey tells us that she and Kelly have bonded. In a discussion between Brandon and Kimp, Brandon insists, "I think they really like all three of us, but that has nothing to do with it." We interrupt this conversation, but it seems like he's responding to something Kimp said -- which is highly unlikely since we've yet to hear her say a single thing of significance. Brandon insists that they can't let the other Sambutwo tribe members vote for Lindsey because that will mean -- within the next six to eight days -- the end for him and Kimp too, and "that's not good enough." Kimp explains in a confessional about the tiebreaker rule. We then see Brandon tell her that the other members of the tribe will vote for him instead of her because he's "not trying to be nice to them."
It's morning at Boranew, and the chickens make loud "we're awake, and we got an egg in here!" noises. Or, they're clucking because someone has just slipped a white, round and foreign object into their coop. Kimj checks the cage and tells us that, at first, she didn't notice anything usual, but then she discovered an egg. She puts it in her pocket and shuffles to the campsite whistling and trying to look nonchalant. Frank is on to her instantly, and responds, "I'll be damned!" Kimj then reveals the egg and sets it on a little tray on the ground, where it looks dangerously close to being stomped on by Ethan. Teresa ambles over and responds in a very open-mouthed way. And then, what we've all been waiting for: Clarence slowly walks over to join the others, spots the egg, puts his hands on his hips, and stares at it. He then exclaims, "Aw hell, no, come on!" while the other members of Boranew hoot and giggle. Ethan yells, "No chicken for you!" as Clarence continues to rant. He goes over to the chickens and says, "I hate you and you and you and you, and you did it just to spite me so whatever." He then points out that they laid "the smallest egg possible." It is a small egg -- how many people can an egg that small feed, anyway? Clarence sits back down and continues to stare down the offensive egg. He's worried that if they scramble such a small egg, it will disappear. He's no friend of the chickens, but neither are the other members of Boranew, as Ethan reveals that they've decided to eat one of the chickens for dinner anyway. PETA is spared the chicken-killing, because suddenly the tribe is feasting. Well, most of the tribe is feasting, while Ethan is busy nastily slobbering all over his and everybody else's food. The chicken looks batter-fried, so I guess that cornmeal came in handy. In previous seasons, they've boiled the chickens, and it never looked very appetizing. On Pulau Tiga, if they'd had some cornmeal, they could have had some fried rat. I'd probably eat a doorknob if it was fried, but that's just me. In a confessional, Frank says that he and Teresa "have been smiling" since their arrival at the new camp. He thanks everyone for being so nice, and wishes he'd been in that tribe the whole time. Teresa says, "Now that was delicious," and we're supposed to think she's talking about the re-division, but it's entirely obvious she's talking about the chicken dinner.