Back to Andrew, tromping through the brush in his suit and sneakers, all Tarzan of the Concrete Jungle. Finally, he and Ryan-O break through and come out of the woods on the other side, landing on an exceptionally rocky (as opposed to sandy) beach. Here, the water is even choppier than it is on their home turf, making fishing appear even more dicey a proposition than it did over there. Andrew concludes, naturally, that the map is obviously wrong. "It's majorly frustrating for us," he complains, as we see Ryan-O drive the spear into the beach angrily. Ryan-O says that he and Andrew (whom everyone is now calling by his last name, "Savage," speeee-yack) are burnt out, and although they know the tribe will be bummed, there's nothing more they can do on this trip. A nice aerial shot on the end of that segment does a great job of making them look pathetic. Not that it takes much.
Commercials. Am I hallucinating, or is DQ picking a fight with the Martians?
Night 11, Drake. Burton explains in an interview what we see in night-vision, which is that he gets up in the middle of the night and runs into Rupert. The two start talking -- based on the firm foundation of trust they've been building as Burton tries repeatedly to stuff Rupert into his figurative gym locker, I suppose. Burton tells Rupert that the two of them are completely screwed, because after a merge, everyone will eventually gang up on them for being the strongest. He contends that if Jon and Sandra and Christa were smart, they'd be looking to get rid of Burton or Rupert now. "We don't need to win any more immunities," Burton says. He then argues that they should start throwing immunity challenges and get rid of Trish and Christa.