It's raining hard again, and the women are freezing and miserable. Chelsea's hands are sad looking. The men are still talking about how they don't want the women to die or anything, but they also feel a bit taken advantage of and then Chelsea and Alicia show up to dry out by the fire. They don't even really ask if they can -- they just walk over and say, "Hey y'all, we just need to dry out a bit and then we'll be out of your way." I can get why the men are annoyed by their sense of entitlement. Just because you were invited once doesn't mean you have an open invitation. At least ask permission, you know? Jonas interviews that the women are like zombies and he thinks they need to tough it out. Jay says that the men plan to take the boat out and Alicia and Chelsea are like, "Hmm, don't know about that." Alicia adds that the men's deals aren't fair. Jay points out that they gave the women fire and let them dry out in their shelter, so they should get something in return. Alicia says that she can't make a decision without her tribe, and she will take it to them. The men are pissed that the women don't seem to be entertaining their offer. I think this is just miscommunication. The women are saying, "We can't give you a definite yes or no without talking to everyone" and the men are saying, "How dare you say no to us after all we've given you." Tarzan, of all people, seems to get it, and says that the women need to go get consensus and come back in a position to negotiate. After Alicia and Chelsea leave, the men bitch some more except for Troy, who seems to understand what's going on. Colton says that he doesn't understand it and he's practically a woman. Sigh.
Back in their camp, Chelsea reports that the men said that they're going to just take the canoe out, which isn't really what was said at all. I wonder if Monica and Kat even reported their conversation. The women are all, "How dare they!" If these two tribes are going to live together, they each need to appoint a negotiator who is empowered to make decisions for their tribe. But that would make too much sense. Chelsea is so exhausted and cold that she says that she'll give the men all the fishing gear and the boat if she can get warm and get a night of sleep, and then she starts crying. Kat notes that they're just girls and they're not meant to "be beaten down this well." I don't think inability to stay warm in a cold rain has a gender? But I will write it off to being cold and frustrated.
The next morning, Monica, Chelsea and Kim take the boat out fishing. The sun is out, so the women are feeling better too. I like that Monica is hanging out with Chelsea and Kim; I feel like it improves her chances of sticking around. They actually do spear a few fish. Chelsea admits that the fish are tiny, but it's something. Kim interviews that she thinks her tribemates understand that they're playing a game instead of wandering around like zombies. Troy and Matt come over to check out the women's bounty. Troy interviews that the women are starting to gain confidence and the men need to win again and take back the momentum.