It's nighttime, and the sloth is still slowly climbing its tree. Jaburu arrives at Tribal Council, where Peachy immediately picks up a "weird vibe." He asks if they're sad, but no one answers. Peachy insists that they have a look he's never seen before, and asks Shawna what's going on. Shawna responds that no one wants to be at Tribal Council; they were "jazzed" about the chemistry of their tribe, so having to vote someone off is a "total bummer."
Peachy asks Alex if there's anyone on the tribe he wishes he'd met back home because the Survivor experience makes pursuing a relationship strange. Alex says he'd "be all about" asking out Shawna, and Shawna feigns flattered surprise.
Peachy asks what Deena thinks of the relationship, and she responds that there's a lot of "sexual heat" around the camp. The rest of the tribe titters because she said S-E-X. Deena explains that she calls the tribe the "love shack" because they talk about their lives, there's a lot of positive energy, and it's fun. I volunteer with four-year-olds and we talk about our lives (as much as a four-year-old can), there's a lot of positive energy, and it's fun, but I wouldn't quite call the experience a "love shack," so I'm not sure how that nickname applies to the circumstances Deena has described.
Peachy next asks Matthew about the various tribe members' roles around camp. Looking like Tony Robbins, Matthew explains that he "relish[es]" his role as provider for the tribe, and that helping them eat well is a great thing.
Peachy calls Rob "always good for a laugh," and basically asks if that's all he's good for. Rob responds that he likes to keep the group entertained because when they're bored or inactive, their energy level sinks. He tries to organize games or "stupid songs to sing" because it not only helps break the ice, but it keeps their spirits high.
Shawna jumps in to say that she's doing "awesome," after having undergone "one of [her] darkest hours ever as a person." She says that the men brought an "infusion of energy," changing the game's dynamics for her. She says she's now glowing with the "ultimate high" of the game. Peachy flat-out asks if she's in it for the long haul, and she responds with outrage that of course she is, as if just four days ago she wasn't begging to be sent home. She explains that she needed "someone to take [her] head out of [her] butt," and there were lots of volunteers to help with the extraction.