Ready? Go! Oh my God, okay.First each tribe rolls the barrels down this steep wooden track before they even make it to the beach. I'm feeling like I'm gonna boot, and I'm just watching. When the teams get to the buoys, they have to stuff them inside the barrel with the girls while they make it past the obstacles on the beach. Because when you're feeling dizzy and nauseous, what you really need is less air. The upshot is that Yul and Ozzy are able to get their barrel to the water faster than Nate and Adam, all the while Jeff is doing his useless narrating about "two new tribes...who made the right move? Who made the wrong move?" Aitu also proves far quicker at getting their barrel to a point in the water where they can just swim with it, which ultimately becomes a lead that Raro can't overcome. It also appears that Raro got themselves caught in a current that took them even farther away from their target. Aitu wins, and it's not close at all.
Ozzy immediately starts screaming "Yes!" and aggressively pointing at Jonathan (since Candice is busy floating off to Fiji with the rest of her challenge participators) and saying "Mutineers are the first people to die, man." Oh, Ozzy. Don't be that guy. Don't be the guy who takes the random and fake prom themes that Mark Burnett adopts for the season and acts like it's real. Rupert is that guy, Ozzy. Don't be Rupert! Yul eventually shuts him up by pulling him into the great Aitu group hug as Rebecca looks on from the Raro bench with a nod that says "Good on you, underdogs." See, my theory is that Rebecca's not fully onboard with a lot of the Raro nastiness, and I wonder if her friendship with Sundra could pull her to the other side, post-merge. Speaking of Sundra, she's...crying. I know. But I think if you consider the letters-from-home aspect to the reward, plus the fact that she and Becky just got their brains scrambled in that challenge, you'll join me in giving her a pass. Aitu doesn't hesitate in sending Candice off to Exile Island either, and her meek little wave as she passes them is met by some stony silence, let me tell you. Jeff sends them off to their reward and sends us into the commercial break.