Vecepia and The Moppet are the first callers, and they both seem just okay at it. Meanwhile, the rope pullers on both tribes are attempting to watch the ball instead of listening to their caller. Vecepia yells at her tribe to stop more than she tells them anything else. The Moppet also yells for the ball to "go, right in there!" but it isn't as obedient as the other members of his tribe. While yelling commands, The Moppet calls Neleh and Paschal by their nicknames, which sounds kind of funny. Under Vecepia's direction, Maraamu's coconut goes in first; Sarah is the tribe's next caller, and though it pains me, I admit that she's good with the instructions. She's level, not panicky, and has a method down which is better than what's become a free-for-all at Rotu. The Moppet, good though he is at giving orders, is not so good at receiving them. Paschal is now Rotu's caller, and he doesn't seem to give very clear directions, so The Moppet starts yelling, too, which must be hard to listen to. Seriously, The Moppet must have diplomacy down because if it were anyone else taking over like that, the tribe might be pissed. Over at Maraamu, after having scored a point, Sarah has abandoned her post to Rob, who sucks at this, but Zoe does, too, for Rotu, and The Moppet pretty much never gave up control since his time as the caller. For a brief moment, it looks like Maraamu might win the challenge as their coconut does the toilet bowl swivel, but then it pops back out again. Suddenly, Rotu's third coconut is down the hole, and the tribe claims immunity for the third straight time. Peachy tells Maraamu that he doesn't want to see them this evening at Tribal Council; he's sure they don't want to be there, either, but they "have a date," and so once again they are dismissed. Meanwhile, Rotu is not yet tired of cheering themselves on, and Paschal turns his "tons and tons of love" toward the immunity idol as he snuggles with it. Part of me thinks it's a cute gesture, but most of me thinks it's creepy.
Back at camp on Day 9, Hunter and Gina use sticks to poke at coconuts and Hunter accidentally hits Gina over the head and then profusely apologizes. Ah, young romance. Gina tells us in a confessional that losing the third straight immunity challenge is the worst feeling she's experienced since being in the Marquesas. She thinks it could be her last night on the island, but if it's not, then the possibility of going to another Tribal Council in three days is just as difficult. Hunter and Gina whisper about having to put their trust in someone. Hunter thinks that if Rob wants a strong team, he'd be stupid to vote against Gina or Hunter, but that's not accounting for the fact that Rob actually is stupid. Hunter thinks Rob will go after Sean, so he proposes that they do the same. Meanwhile, Sean suns obliviously on a raft.