Now, Hunter reminds Sean that he was bothered when Hunter asked him to get water (we saw the clip last week), and Sean says he wasn't upset, but he felt like he'd been told to get the water, and the offense was all in the way Hunter said it. Sarah doesn't want to be asked or told to get water on Hunter's schedule, either -- particularly when she might be involved in another task as critical as filing her nails with tree bark or massaging her breast implants -- so she starts also hyping about "asking not telling" and takes Sean's side in the argument, because two lazy people are more powerful than one hard worker on this show. Hunter insists that he would have fetched the water with Sean, and wants to know if Sean thinks Hunter is selfish. To his credit, Sean says he doesn't think that at all. As the argument continues in the background, Hunter tells us in a confessional that he's bothered because of the others' constant complaining. They all signed on for Survivor and it's a thirty-nine-day game. He says they need to start playing to survive, or otherwise they'll "peter out." Any man who uses the words "peter out" can't be all bad. He can be weird as hell, just not all bad. Back at camp, Hunter seeks resolution among the tribe. He's glad they aired out their problems and points out that the others obviously feel the same way. Vecepia wants to know where a sulking, sullen Gina's "at." Gina says she's fine. Rob thinks she needs a pepperoni pizza.
Episode Report CardJoanna: A- | 462 USERS: C+
YOU GRADE IT