Volcano! A crab crawls on the beach at Lopevi, although I'm not sure the guys have figured out yet that you can eat those, so I'm not sure it has anything to worry about. If they ever figure it out, he's going to have to figure out how to make like a rock in a hurry. Rory has decided to start off today by taking a walk with the Hawaiian sling, despite the fact that he admits in an interview that he has no idea what he's doing. (I swear, if we have another Hawaiian sling theme, I'm going to find Mark Burnett and we are going to have words.) He practices with the sling, shooting at trees and whatnot, but as he explains, he's not sure how to aim it. As Rory leaves camp, Brady tells him to be sure not to break the spear. Brady voices over that Rory did nothing productive with the spear except mill around "for hours." He adds that he thinks the time is growing ripe for his master plan to separate Sarge from Rory and break into the alliance. Accordingly, Brady sits around with Sarge bitching that Rory's doing such a poor job with the spear. "He's never going to put any fish in this fire," Brady says dismissively. Brady tries to give Sarge a talk about how, if they don't get rid of Rory, no one is going to see Rory as a threat, and he's going to last until the very end. It's the Lill Theory of Surprisingly Deadly Ineptitude. Brady tells us that he "planted [his] seed" (ooh, sexy) and "did what [he] could do" to get Sarge thinking bad thoughts about Rory. (Not that kind of bad thoughts. Ew.) He says he also made the argument to Sarge about strengthening the tribe and trying to win some challenges, which is not an objective the group is going to advance by getting rid of Brady.
And now, it's time for more treemail. The clue suggests that this task will have something to do with working together and, possibly, making up really awkward rhymes. Well, I guess they all suggest that. And it usually doesn't turn out to be true. Eliza explains in an interview that she and Julie feel that it's very important for the team to win immunity, because they are the only two who voted to keep Mia in the game, so they're feeling very exposed, and not in the fun, "I Got Manhandled In Mazatlan" kind of way. The win, she says, is "essential."