Anyway, Drake goes home with the food reward. Whatever. It doesn't make them any less obnoxious, even though it may make them slightly less hungry.
Commercials. Wow, it's been a while since I saw Kool-Aid smash through a wall like that. Nifty. Thanks, Target! You really do give me everything.
At Drake, after the reward challenge, the gloaters enjoy their meal. The lobster and steak does look very tasty, especially if you compare it to a bowl of rice and fish that probably has Jon's hair in it. They eat. So...you know, it's eating. Obnoxious people having a happy experience does nothing for me.
The next morning, Rupert wakes up Jon -- wait a minute, I thought Jon was the only who ever did any work! How can he be asleep when other people are awake? Hmm, curious! Oh, also, he has his buff wrapped around his head so he looks like a granny on her way to church. That is so sexy, he's going to be herding the girls with a riding crop when he gets home. I'll tell you this -- Jon is going to fit right in at Belly. Anyway, Rupert wakes up Idiot Jon and reminds him that he's the one going over to Morgan to loot. Among Drake's many recent strategic mistakes, you can include the decision to let him go do the looting. He explains in an interview that his strategy is to crush Morgan's morale into the ground. "Their morale is pretty low as a result of losing the reward challenge," he says, "so I plan on taking that morale and [ridiculous stomping up and down] jumping on it just up and down so there's absolutely nothing come immunity time." He smirks. "That's the goal." Well, Jon, my goal is to see you roasted over a slow flame and served with mango chutney. At least the chutney would be good.
Over at Morgan, they note the approach of the S.S. Booty-Looter. Tijuana and Andrew are understandably squicked out when they see that it's Jon they'll be visiting with. I suspect it's been many years since anyone reacted to him differently. As he approaches, they have a little chuckle over how irritating he is, and how they'll just have to grit their teeth and get through it. Andrew interviews that when he arrived, Jon seemed to be trying to be humble and a little more diplomatic than usual. "He wasn't as cocky or as arrogant," he says. Somehow, I think that must be an early assessment. Jon tells them that Drake voted to take Morgan's water pot -- remember, Morgan has two now as a result of the reward challenge they won. Andrew says he thought Drake might want the shower. "Nah," Jon says, although he allows that he'd like to wash his hair. A more skilled diplomat than he originally appeared, Andrew gives some shampoo to Jon and Morgan lets him wash his mop. Thousands of insects thus lose their homes.