We next see Rob walking in the surf while Sarah trails behind him. Meanwhile, Hunter, Vecepia, and Gina are elsewhere; Hunter asks where Rob and Sarah are, then jokes that you just have to find out where one of them is and then you know where the other is, too. Vecepia says that she calls them "Frick and Frack," and Hunter adds, "Barbie and Ken." But if I had to pick a Ken among the S15, it would most definitely be Hunter. Rob is more like Ken's tough-on-the- exterior-but-soft- at-the-heart, simple-minded second cousin Bubba. Sarah tells us in a confessional that she and Rob have more in common with each other than with anyone else in the tribe. They're the youngest, and they laugh at each other's jokes and have fun together. Sarah maniacally claws at her arm while admitting that she is "definitely attracted" to Rob; she says he's told her the same -- that he's attracted to her, that is, not to himself. Hunter says in a confessional that Sarah pulls Rob away from his duties: "If Rob lays down, Sarah lays down. If Rob goes in the water, Sarah goes in the water." They're "going" in the water? Talk about nasty! Hunter thinks that if Sarah were voted off, Rob would be a more productive member of the tribe.
Ominous music plays as a shadow creeps over a mountain, and it's now Night 4 at Maraamu. Rob tells us that the only game he's "got goin' on" is with Sarah, and that the relationship cuts both ways. She can be an asset because "basically, she'll vote whatever way [he] tell[s] her to vote," but she's also a liability because she doesn't work hard enough. He says he sometimes feels like he's playing for two because he constantly has to watch over her. As they sleep in the tent apart from the rest of the tribe, Rob tells Sarah she has to work, and she insists that she has been working. Meanwhile, all the other Maraamus are sleeping in perfect spoon formation except Gina, who's spread out like a fork. Rob tells Sarah that he knows she's working, but that she needs to make sure the others know she's working, too. Rob insists, "Just make sure they know that you're doing something." Rob tells us in a confessional that he picked Sarah for a reason, because as long as he has one vote, he knows he's got another. Rob and Sarah cuddle, which I'm fairly confident is more in line with the real reason he picked her.
A fiery sky at Rotu leads to a nursing or pregnant pig running through the brush. It's now Day 5 and a woman -- I couldn't tell who -- says that something good is going to happen tonight: they'll either catch a pig, or they'll starve. The tribe heads off to check their pig snare, and Neleh comments that bacon sounds good. The tribe arrives at the trap, and John is "totally stoked" because it worked. Except it didn't really work, because there's no pig carcass in sight. John explains that the snare was set off by a pig and indeed worked correctly; they just didn't catch the pig. He compares the situation to fishing and having the fish take your worm: "It simply was as close as that." But my guess is that when you're really starving on a desert island, "close" counts for shit.