At any rate, Terry says that once he's in F3, he's "got it over everybody here." Of course, he'd still have to get at least two Casayans to vote for him, which varies tremendously in likelihood, depending on whom he's up against. It's not like this is the first season where it seems like the ending is going to be a choice between two evils, but if it's something like Terry and Aras, the egos involved will be adequate to sink a battleship.
There's some kind of problem with the pot falling into the fire or something, and Courtney urgently asks for help, because in an environment where there is no TGIFriday's, this qualifies as an emergency. Chiclets tells Courtney to "chill out, dude." Terry says that, as he stays around, he watches Casaya disintegrate. He says that now, if the Casayans have to start voting for each other, it will get ugly. "I hope I'm the fly on the wall," he says, a little nonsensically. Flies swarm a piece of fish. There is a lot of very weird imagery in this episode, most of it related to protein foods and insects.
We are introduced to our other theme of the evening, which is that Bruce is complaining that his stomach hurts. He tells Shane that he's "constipated and sick to [his] stomach," and Shane asks, "You can't poop?" He should really be a United Nations translator. Courtney commiserates, saying, "I remember being so constipated, I thought I was having a..." Chiclets fills in: "Child?" I'm not sure Chiclets knows what having a child feels like. Or maybe what constipation feels like. She probably does chew her food well, at least. "No," Courtney says. "I thought I was having appendicitis." Bruce says that his stomach is all bloated and hurts a lot. I'll bet, dude. He tells us that he hasn't pooped since just before the Panamanian village feast. That was, I believe, Day 15, so Bruce at this point has not pooped in about ten days. Yipes. He refers to it as "very, very, very painful," which I totally believe. Maybe he's having a child.
Monkey in a tree.
The group goes out to retrieve some treemail, and they find that there is a crate for each of them with their name on it. When they open the mail, it tells them to decorate their dolls, which are in the boxes, and implies that there will be something about how observant they are. They all open the boxes and work on decorating their dolls. Cirie braids her doll's hair, and gives it some boobs. Hee. Aras decorates his, too, but he's less interesting.