The girls take the raft out while Richard sneakily watches them. The cameramen caught a lot of surreptitious eyeing in this episode, but all these things are spliced together and are probably just shots of various Rattana members staring at Jenna as she fiercely scratches the mysterious rash on her legs. Kelly says it bothers her to "rely on someone else" to get her food. But she doesn't mind relying on Rich to tell her how to vote, or on Gervase's two-year-old daughter to tell her how to wear her hair. The girls then start oohing and aahing as they discover they've caught a big fish, which Colleen doesn't mind sentencing to death as she hauls it in. Sue beams as she tells us it feels good to catch a fish; momentarily, she seems more human than monster. We then see Richard peeking over his shoulder as the girls bring home the booty. Jenna says she thinks their catch disappointed Rich as he throws himself onto the sand and starts beating his fists on the ground and kicking his feet, yelling, "Waaa! Waaa! Waaa! I want my mommy!" Sue says she thinks Rich will put their catch down, saying it won't feed enough people, but she doesn't care. She then brags that they caught "a [sic] edible fish." Talking Rudy Doll issues forth a two-for-one with "Is he kickin?" and "Egh. That's a good one," which makes him sound like a parrot as in, "Egh. That's a good one, matey." Maybe there will be a whole series of Talking Rudy Dolls, and this one will be Talking Pirate Rudy Doll. And then there's always Malibu Talking Rudy Doll. Meanwhile Rich prowls over trying to look nonchalant, and he looks like Rasputin as we cut to a commercial zoomed in on his plotty face.
Episode Report CardJoanna: B+ | 635 USERS: B-
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