The rest of Ravu strolls along the beach looking for crabs, and Earl voices over that he hopes Yau Man is looking for the idol right now. Earl and Anthony find their way to a vista, which Anthony says was part of a fruit-hunting expedition, and they sit and have a nice moment taking in the scenery. Anthony thinks that this is about taking time to "be astounded," and that it's giving him energy, because he doesn't know that Earl is dragging their moment of wonder out as long as possible in order to let Yau Man find the idol. I like to think the overblown sense of magic in this sequence is intentionally wry. The majesty of the islands is amazing! Spectacular! Spiritual! And...time-consuming!
Back at camp, however, Yau Man tells us that hunting for the idol isn't going all that well. He has dug a little hole, but of course, he doesn't at all have the right tools. For the moment, he's done, so he stomps down the dirt to cover the hole and whispers, "Try again." If you saw it out of context, you would totally think he was burying someone and telling them to go get bent at the same time.
Moto, Day 12. The resort music (it's very Growing Pains in Hawaii, I would say, but not in the Christopher Cross kind of way) starts up, and we see that the members of Moto are still enjoying the lap of luxury. After washing the morning dishes (sigh), they get treemail. Boo says that it's time for a new "victory streak." I really, really hope it is not the nudity kind of streak. The treemail includes a catalog of luxury items, and they're supposed to pick two. Stacy immediately starts yelling that she wants the toiletries. Eh, it won't wash your soul, Nasty McStink. Other items include potatoes and a pot; coffee; wine and cheese; and a mix of other luxuries and necessities. Boo tells the tribe he wants the chocolate cake and the toiletries, and then he happily interviews that Ravu is "wasting away." What could be better? I mean, everyone knows the worm never turns in this game, so gloating is always safe.