And now, as Scout goes to pick up a blanket, Ami calls out to her from wherever she and her bitchy friends are gathered, "Get your own damn blanket, that's ours!" So now, Ami is basically showing off for her friends, exactly like the girl you knew in eighth grade who would holler loud insults at the least popular girl in your class just so her friends could sit back and chuckle at how cool she was. All she needs is a Trapper Keeper. Chris repeats in his interview that Ami needs to go home, because while they've knocked her down once, he doesn't at all assume she couldn't make a comeback if they aren't careful. If they let that happen, I am going to all of their houses with a newspaper and swatting each of them on the nose.
The sun goes down, and then it is the next day. Treemail comes with a little flat orange disc, and the tribe can't make enough sense of the bad poetry to guess at what it might be. Chris interviews that, so far, he hasn't been able to make any headway in physical challenges against the women, and that he badly wants immunity. "Immunity's the only thing that's going to make me safe," he says.