Back at camp, Rodger hobbles along with a basket and looks like he's about ninety years old. Where'd they get a big basket, anyway? ["From that picnic?" -- Wing Chun] Lamber tells us that they didn't have much to say to each other, because they were so down about the camp. A light bulb -- dim though it is -- goes off in Keith's head as he realizes that the rice canister might have floated downriver. He and Tina go off to look for their supplies in the dark, and spot the still-sealed tin of food on the other side of the river. We see that the rice tin is curiously stopped at a precarious juncture in the water, and that it is in danger, at any minute, of washing away. Tina and Keith have a discussion about where best to cross the river to get to the rice. Keith goes his way, which involves walking on the exact edge of the rushing water's drop-off point -- exactly where the rapids are strongest. It's like he's walking along the edge of a waterfall. Rodger worries that he'll get caught underneath a log. Tina questions Keith's method, and then her "adrenaline gets pumping" and she tells us she knew she could "do anything." She starts swimming through the water -- a much better choice than walking on the edge of a rapids-swollen cliff -- and Lamber yells for Keith to come back. Rodger holds a rope like he's going to lasso someone. Tina gets to the rice first, and Rodger instructs her just to just bring a plastic bagful back, because bringing the whole tin will be too difficult. But Tina is tough, man. With Keith's help (he finally gets there without killing himself) she swims back with the entire rice supply. I continue to be impressed by Tina. Upon their safe arrival back at camp, there's lots of hugging and exclamation. Tina tells us she did it for the rice. As opposed to her wanting to test the buoyancy of her breast implants. They realize that they don't have matches; they got wet in Keith's jacket. I don't know whether the jacket got wet in the rice-retrieving enterprise, or during the flood, so I can't call him stupid because it might not be his fault. ["Sure it is. If he would bring the matches with him to Kucha camp when he was staying overnight, why wouldn't he have, to ensure their safekeeping, brought them with him to the reward challenge? Because I'm pretty sure he said he'd left them in his coat at camp and that they'd gotten wet during the flood. Those are their only matches; if he's in charge of them, he should be guarding them with his freaking life." -- Wing Chun] Rodger tells the others to put on dry clothes before nightfall because they can't start a fire, and that it will soon be freezing outside.