We rejoin the blissfully unaware Neleh and Paschal. He points out that they're within a week of the end, and Neleh says that seeing her mother gave her the strength she needs to see the game through. She emphatically insists that there's no way "in the whole wide world" she's ready to lose, and that all the pretty pleases with sugar on tops in the universe couldn't make her give up now. Why would she give up this far along, anyway?
Meanwhile, the snarking continues between Sean and Vecepia, the latter of whom snipes, "You know, cute little Mormon girl, sweet little Mormon girl. That ain't got jack to do with this game." But clearly, obsessive Christianity does. Sean tells Vecepia that in order for them to reach the end, "[Neleh] got [sic] to go."
Kathy and Robert are also still on their Neleh-bashing hike; Kathy says Neleh "talks about it a lot," which surprises Robert. We don't hear what the "it" is, so go ahead and make your own assumptions about her great love of S&M, or her predilection for crapping in her pants. Robert says that Neleh plays more than he thinks she does, and Kathy...er Kathy's "friend" agrees.
Now Neleh is squealing about how much she loves the waterfall. As Vecepia and Sean approach through the woods, the sound carries. Sean snits, "There she go [sic] with the BS. I hear her loud mouth already. Disneyland!" Hee. Again.
Now the whole tribe is at the waterfall as Kathy tells us in voice-over yet again that she'd be voted out in a final three with Neleh and Paschal, or with Sean and Vecepia. She says that "theoretically, strategically," she should become a "unit" with Robert. Then Robert tells us that anything can happen, and that after yesterday's reward challenge, it's clear that the game runs the contestants through every "mental, emotional, and physical high and low there is." We at home, though, pretty much get all lows.
The S6 arrive at the challenge, where some hourglass-shaped structures await them, as do some pretty, spray-painted rocks. There's officially no clue for this challenge, so everyone go ahead and do your little happy dance, or point at God, or yell "Oh my heck!" or do whatever it is you do to express happiness and gratitude. Peachy hates to do it, but he has to take the necklace back from Robert. And who's he kidding? Taking back that idol every week is his big chance to shine. He explains that today's challenge will test the S6's proficiency with a slingshot. Each will have a color-coded, hourglass structure filled with sand, at the base of which is a tiki. He says that, on his command, they will each fire a rock at another tribe member's structure, and each time a tile is hit, sand will be released onto the tiki. "Once a person's tiki is completely covered, they're out of the game."