Just then, fortunately, Chris walks out in his robe with a drink in his hand, talking about how nice it feels to be clean. Ami talks about how great the day was, sitting around on the beach, and just then, some musicians emerge to play for them. The music is highly cool -- very beachy and rhythmic -- and they all look to enjoy it quite a lot. "The best reward ever," Eliza states plainly in an interview. The music ends, and they applaud, and I agree that it looks like it was a pretty good reward.
Back at camp, meanwhile, Twila and Scout are hard at work at the typical camp task of carrying a box, and Twila is grousing that she winds up swallowing half of the ocean whenever they have a water challenge. Scout says that, for her part, she could have lived with the water challenge if not for all the walking and balancing. Which I doubt she could have, but I get her frustration. Scout interviews all about her physical limitations, saying that her inability to compete in these kinds of challenges is "humiliating." She says that with even her body from six years ago, she believes she could outplay the people who are left. And before you doubt her, remember, she's a rancher. People who work outside can often kick the asses of people who work inside, if you'll pardon the gross overgeneralization, and I don't doubt that, given the current competition, Scout is probably right.
Around the fire, Twila, Scout, and Julie talk about Eliza's nice new car, and Twila says she was sure Ami had it wrapped up, and that she was happy to see Eliza pull it out. Twila wonders out loud what they're doing on the reward, but then she seems to decide that this is something she might discuss with Scout in private. So when the two of them are off working, she tells Scout she thinks Eliza is still a little shaky. The editing suggests that they actually do have this conversation in front of Julie, but I sort of doubt it, since Julie seems to watch a single conversation wearing two different outfits. SUSPICIOUS. Anyway, Twila says that Ami will be off trying to sweet-talk Eliza, but Scout thinks Eliza will be fine, and is "solid." Twila interviews that she hopes Ami's maneuvering won't work on Eliza. Scout is just glad that Chris is there too, since that might very well help keep Eliza from falling for any BS from Ami.
We return to the Reward Resort, where Chris, Ami, and Eliza are chowing down on their dinner. Chris comments that the meal was good, and that they packed away as much as possible. Ami talks about how good the food was, and also mentions how much she liked the company, because she likes everyone, yay! She is a happy little dolly, and she likes everyone! Ami starts singing at the table, all, "What an interesting game it's been," and...shut up, Ami. What is with the random singing? Do people not realize how annoying that is? If someone at your office came in singing, "The coooopier is broooken," you would hit that person, and no one would blame you. Unless you are in an opera and can sing about everything in Italian? Shut up. What's even better is that Ami next gives Chris and Eliza a little speech about how she knows that they want her to go "because [she's] the physical power" (uh...that's not really why), but that she thinks they'd be better off breaking up Scout and Twila. It's what's best for them. She's only thinking of them. Now, see if you can follow Ami's logic. Chris and Eliza should break up Scout and Twila, but should leave in the game Ami and Julie. That is so logical that it inspires me to think I could undoubtedly walk on my ceiling and make water boil at 12 degrees.