It is Day 24 at Raro, and they're debating what the little bottle is going to be. Candice thinks that it will now change to individual challenges, but that there won't be a merge. Adam, on the other hand, thinks it's going to say that they have to head for the other tribe's island tomorrow. Candice says that she has a "feeling of dread" about the note in the bottle. I really hope it says, "Candice, you have to go to Exile Island again, and instead of sea cucumbers, you have to eat rocks." Not because I wish her ill, but just because I think her reaction would be interesting. I think I just accidentally discovered one of the things I like about this show.
A chat follows among Adam, Candice, Jenny, and Jonathan in which Adam says that they're "leaning" toward voting off Rebecca on the basis that she doesn't help them in challenges. As I said: today, I'm not sure she was as big a liability compared to her apparent "counterparts" on the other tribe as Nate was. It kind of makes it funny to remember Nate gnashing his teeth in frustration because he couldn't help out at the swimming challenge where Brad was such a "nancy boy." Jenny similarly voices over that, based on challenges as well as "productivity around camp," they want to get rid of Rebecca, even though it means breaking up the gang of five. Of course, if anyone else broke up the gang of five, it would be a betrayal. Elsewhere, Adam tells Candice that it's good to be getting rid of Rebecca. He also says that, after that happens, Jenny is going to want to get rid of Jonathan and Candice. Adam claims, though, that Jenny is "by herself." In other words, it's the white people 4-Eva, plus (apparently) Nate. In an interview, Adam supposes that the next person to go might just be Jenny.
Now, there is a weirdly disconnected conversation between Nate and Parvati, in which they discuss Nate's preference not to turn on Rebecca, but to dump Jonathan instead. Nate tells us that this remains true, because Jonathan isn't "family." Of course...oh, never mind. I don't want to burst Nate's bubble. We'll pretend everyone's family for now. The kind of family you have to do mean things to later, but...family, nevertheless. Jonathan tells us he thinks Rebecca will go next, and that he thinks it's partly because he's worked so hard at getting food. I'm such a fan of saying that never works that I feel obligated to disagree with him, but I think these people are actually so lazy and ineffectual that they might indeed fear that, if he left, they would starve to death.