When we come back from commercials, Lisi is on Exile Island, still on Day 15. Awesome. Order up some more ants! She pulls out the idol clue page and reads off all the clues that lead to the idol being buried right at the throat of the cave. "Yeah, whatever," she says. She puts the clue back. Apparently...not so interested in a free shot at immunity? She interviews that she "pretty much had a fit" over the reshuffle of the teams, as if you didn't notice. She explains that her "comfort zone was yanked." And if you've ever had your comfort zone yanked, you know how painful that can be. Lisi admits that she was momentarily just as happy to go home, and not that happy to go to exile. With the snakes. And the lack of attention. And the having nobody to push around. She says she wishes she'd let it all settle, but she's "an abrasive character," and she can't change, and she's keeping it real, and she's true to herself, and blah dee blah, more readings from Hi, I'm A Reality Show Person And My Jerkweedism Is What Makes Me Colorful, by Puck. "You either take me, or you put me on Exile Island!" Lisi concludes. And then she cackles. And I look for the catch, because I am more than happy to take that deal.
Couch Camp! Little froggy things! (I know! I know! Don't email me!) Resort music! Okay, at least this part will be good. Earl runs toward the bed. "Don't get in the bed dirty," Stacy commands, as if this is more her camp than Earl's camp, which it isn't, Stacy. Fortunately, Earl pays no attention and lounges all over the damn bed, just as God intended, because it is a bed, and it is Survivor, and if you can't live with dirt, go be on some show about competitive showering. (Oh, you know there will be one eventually.) "Life at Team Moto is better than ridiculous -- it's ridonkulous," Earl offers in an interview. In bed, he sits up and calls to the waiter for breakfast. Heh. After interviewing, "Nothing...everything...nothing...everything," he says, "I think I'll go with 'everything.'" There's a plate of food, which is the first really good food that the ex-Ravu folk have had, and it even looks like Boo is encouraging them to eat first. Earl tells us that in a while, he'll be figuring out the situation with the idol, mentioning that he and Yau Man are the only ones who know where it is. He says that nobody else is likely to find it, considering that they don't even know it's in camp. The tribe opens some champagne to make mimosas.
Aaaand...Ouch Camp! Here comes Team Dude, ready to take a big swig of Schadenfreude Cocktail, courtesy of Rocky. They do have a basket of food as well, so these guys are not going to experience the actual Ravu lifestyle. Edgardo tries for a pep talk, saying that they may have the bad camp, but that they'll be way better in challenges. They all put their hands in and give themselves a cheer. "Ravu men!" they cheer. "Ravu men!" It turns out that they have fishing gear also, so...once again, this is only semi-Ouch now. In an interview, Alex says that he had a strong alliance with Boo, Stacy, and Lisi (he doesn't, interestingly, mention Edgardo), but that "the girls were difficult to predict," and he wasn't sure about Boo, so this is actually fine. All dudes! No ladies! Better that way! Chicks is crazy! Alex gives the tribe a speech about how he's "glad that there are no women here." Harder to get arrested, for one thing. He talks about how, with women, it's all politics, it's such a pain...come to think of it, that's probably why past winners like Yul stayed away from alliances with women.