I'll Show You Mine, If You Don't Show Me Yours....Again.
Over at Maraamu, they're trying something new as well. Rob tries to "fry up a little papaya," but has no idea how it will turn out. Gina, watching, looks dismayed. Rob brings the final product over to Gina and Hunter, and Hunter refuses to eat it until Rob does first, because it's his "concoction." Rob nibbles and pronounces it good; he nibbles some more and concludes that it "tastes like...warm papaya!" Hee. Hee. Laughter. Rob's so silly. When he's not threatening to bash in his tribemates' kneecaps.
Momma bosses people around. Momma wants to put the tools away. Momma wants sunscreen rubbed in her armpits by fine-looking young men. Not in this clips show, maybe, but she does. Sean tells us, "Oh no, Momma got to work. Momma can't sit down." Momma will take a forced time-out momentarily, but we're not supposed to know that yet.
In fifteen minutes, we've had fifteen seconds of fresh clips. Just in case you were wondering.
On Day 5, the tribes compete for fishing gear. Kathy couldn't dive then and she still can't dive now. She acts like she's going to dive, and maybe she even thinks she's diving, but she never tips her head at the last minute. In other words, Kathy belly flops. Rotu won fins.
On Day 6, Kathy orgasms over a fork in the tree mail. Peachy says getting utensils with the mail could only mean one thing, and at that moment we hear Paschal say, "A food challenge!" Although he does not say "a gross food challenge!" It's time for the fafaru-eating, when Rob chokes -- both literally and figuratively. So Maraamu loses it's third challenge in a row, returns to Tribal Council, and unloads Patricia. Peachy then tells us that Maraamu "lost their second tribe member," in case we didn't figure that out from it being their second Tribal Council, and from watching the exits of Peter Pandit and Patricia.
Day 7 is a "lesson in pain for Rotu" (and the recap show is a lesson in pain for those of us watching), when Kathy pees on John's hand. That isn't supposed to be the painful part, but it's the part that pains me. Basically, John got a handful of sea urchin before, and then revealed his new mantra, "Need pee, need pee, need pee."