Back at the shelter, Alex gives the entire tribe a rousing speech about how they should all stay together, and Stacy's all mean-girl, pretending to go along, acting like there's anyone here who isn't on to her routine at this point. Like, does she think "Dreamz" believes this, coming from her? She's already dug the bitch hole, and she's not getting out that easily. "Dreamz" basically says that as soon as the merge happens, he and Cassandra are switching over to Ravu, despite Stacy's ridiculous, unconvincing performance. He also makes rather unfortunate use of the word "genocide" in reference to knocking out Ravu. That is not a good idea, dude. He says that he "can't wait to the day to put on [his] snakeskin boots and show them...strategy." I don't know how I wound up rooting for "Dreamz," but here we are. I'm kind of hoping the snakeskin boots are steel-toed, because Stacy and Lisi are absolute wretches.
When we return from commercials, Jeff brings the tribes out to their mats in a big field, and he welcomes Earl back from Exile Island. Today's immunity challenge is a memory game. There are thirty covered easels, basically, out in the field, and each one has either a number or a word. You go around trying to make matches, and each time you get a match, you get a point. First tribe to seven points wins immunity. Of the thirty boards, there are four boards without matches, so there are a total of thirteen pairs.
Moto, naturally, won the rock-paper-scissors to see who goes first, so the first person to head out to the field is Edgardo. Jeff mentions, as Edgardo heads out, that once the person is on his way out into the field, you can't coach him anymore. So the team can huddle and strategize, but then the person whose turn it is has to execute. Edgardo doesn't make a match, with "7" and "Priest." Rocky doesn't make a match, either, revealing a "9" and a "4." Cassandra gets insanely lucky, just happening to turn over an "8" and another "8." Mookie gets a "10" and a "7." That's the second "7," and Boo executes for Moto. So Moto is up 2-0. Rita doesn't make a match. Stacy doesn't make a match. She does, however, turn over the second "Priest," so Yau Man goes out to make that match. He gets the first "Priest," the one Stacy didn't just turn over, without difficulty. But then he can't figure out which one in the back row she just found. He begins to agonize. Jeff mentions that Yau Man isn't eating, and that this is making his brain "soft." Shut up, Jeff. Jeff reminds Yau Man not to look to the tribe for help. He does not make the match. But he turns over the "Princess," and Moto is excited! They know where the other "Princess" is! Lisi is totally going to go pick up the match for Moto. She hops happily off the platform to run into the field! The next part is hard to recap, because I keep watching it exclusively in slow motion! As soon as Lisi puts a foot on the ground, she falls directly onto her face! Pow! Boom! She literally kicks up a cloud of dust with her face, people. That was something beautiful. As one of my friends pointed out, she has to be the first person ever to injure herself during a mental challenge. It's not easy. She gets up and goes to try to make the match again, but she is, now and forever, Face-Plant Lisi, and as Amazing Race Heather can tell you, getting dumped on your front parts is often a bad omen. She turns over the first "Priest," but when she goes for the second one, she initially guesses wrong, and her entire team moans and groans and makes so many "No, no!" noises that Jeff takes away her turn. Rules, mofos. Rules!