The first question pertains to Sarah's arrival at camp, and both get it. In Africa, Brandon and Frank went to the movies. Both get it. In what country did Africa take place? It was in Kenya, which FakeChapera gets, but Fauxgo Mogo blows by writing down "Nairobi." Oy. ["The craziest thing about their missing that one is that Tom was there. Did he really not know what country he was in? Or was Rob trying to make FakeChapera lose so that Amber wouldn't have to go to tribal council?" -- Wing Chun] So FakeChapera has the lead. In Borneo, they ate bug larvae in the first food challenge, and while Fauxgo Mogo gets it, FakeChapera is nailed for writing "grubs," which Jeff claims isn't specific enough. Huh? Jerri gets the blame, because she was the one who insisted that this was the right term over Kathy's wondering, but I don't know what else Kathy would have suggested. Is "larvae" more specific than "grubs"? I don't really get it, but anyway. The next question is about Dr. Sean's alphabet strategy, and both get it. Who got airlifted out of the Outback? They both know it's Mike. They both know it was Paschal who got screwed by the unlucky purple rock. In Thailand, who got grabbed by the neck? They both know it was Clay. Who was the Pearl Islands mortician? Darrah, whom both tribes know but whom only Lex takes the time to actually purr and whistle about. Staying on the Pearl Islands, both teams know it was Osten who had to be plucked out of the water and rescued. What was Kel accused of smuggling? Oh, yeah. Beef jerky. So the teams are tied at ten, and it's time for a tiebreaker. And what's the tiebreaker? Ah, that would be writing down the first person voted off each season, in order. Both teams wind up getting all of them -- with the exception of the fact that FakeChapera still doesn't know Nicole's name. So, down they go, because Fauxgo Mogo knows everyone's name. It's interesting -- had that not been a group challenge where they conferred over answers, I wonder whether Rob would've thrown it and gotten rid of, say, Rupert, in order to avoid having FakeChapera get rid of Amber. ["I'm saying." -- Wing Chun] I suspect he might have. I would have cheered and laughed, just the way petty people always inspire me to do. FakeChapera is told that they will soon be booting someone.
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: B | 544 USERS: C+
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