Over at the Tempura campsite, Sierra touches down. She says she's still hurt that her tribe considered her to be a weakness even though she really shouldn't be since she's sick and has a fever and is weak. It's not like they all kicked her out for being old. Sierra can get healthier. Sandy can't get younger. Sierra finds the clue and decides not to bother with the idol and to make the shelter instead. She says people might think it's a stupid idea to give up the idol, but she wants to change her tribemates' minds. She figures that the idol can only save her once, whereas redemption could save her many more times than that.
Jalapeño finally arrives at their new campsite. Waiting for them is Sandy and no shelter whatsoever. And Sandy does not have the idol. Epic fail there, Sandy. How did she not find the idol in four hours? Or at least give up after one hour and start building something so her tribe wouldn't think she sat around the entire time? She classily hides the clue in her bra and greets her tribemates with friendly hugs. Taj just wants to know "why isn't our house built?" Carolina interviews the same. As for Sandy, she interviews that her tribe acted all nice and happy to see her, but she knows they're fake because they just tried to vote her out. And she knows they'll try to do it again at the next Tribal Council. Sandy attempts to win her tribe over with humor, telling them her idea of Jalapeño as their new tribe name. They don't seem to find it as funny as I did, though. Maybe they don't want to laugh too much because they have to save their energy to build an entire shelter. Sandy's eyes bug out as she tells us that she's hoping for one tribal council where everyone writes her name down and she tricks them all by revealing the hidden idol. That will be fun and all, but you're kind of screwed at the next Tribal Council when you don't have an idol.