On to the spear-throwing. Jerri clunks her spear off of Dallas, and it falls to the ground. Rupert buries the spear in Madison, Wisconsin. (Take that, cheeseheads!) Shii Ann...good God, she basically throws the spear at the ground. Nice one. Amber is nowhere close. Kathy comes closer, but also? No dice. Big Tom manages to hit approximately Phoenix. Ethan puts it in Indianapolis or so, not quite closer than Rupert. Rob picks on Phoenix again. Lex is up last for Mogo Mogo, and he hits the target, but he's way over in Pittsburgh or some shit like that, so no luck for him. So Chapera and Mogo Mogo are each going to the final round with three arrows.
Rob will be doing the archery for Chapera. Jerri will be doing the archery for Mogo Mogo. They shoot rock-paper-scissors to see who goes first, and Rob wins. He makes Jerri go first. Asked by Jeff if she has bow-and-arrow experience, Jerri claims that she does. Her first arrow, however, is wide of the target off the northeast coast of Connecticut. Rob says that his brother is a bowhunter and tried to give him a few lessons before he left. He misses off the coast of California. Jerri misses off the east coast again. Rob gets up and puts the arrow in the target, all the way up in Olympia, Washington. Jerri steps up for her last shot. She's wide to the right again. Damn, girl, correct a little to the left when that keeps happening. Haven't you ever played with air guns at Chuck E. Cheese? Anyway, Jerri looks at the ground, dejected, and Mogo Mogo is resigned to tribal council. Chapera, victorious again, celebrates. Jeff sends everyone back to camp. Rather hilariously, when Rob passes around the immunity idol, Big Tom declines to kiss it. Heh.
After commercials, it is post-challenge time at Mogo Mogo. Jerri is apologizing to the team for not hitting the target, and they're all giving her the "eh, whatever" that stands for "if we vote you out, it won't be for that." Jerri gives a bitter interview: "I'm pissed because I stuck my neck out, and I blew it." She says she feels guilty and also fearful of being voted out. Lex takes her for a little walk, though, and gives her the news that they're going to vote Ethan out that night. He tells her not to talk about it, gives her a kiss on the cheek, and leaves. Gosh. Lex now goes to talk to Shii Ann. He tells her that Ethan is "a charmer," and that it's just "dangerous" to keep him in the game. Lex interviews that he and Ethan had a "handicap" coming into the game, which is that they're good friends outside of the game. Lex goes on to say that Ethan came into the game not wanting to be blindsided. Therefore, Lex decided that the (sigh) "honorable" way to go was to tell Ethan that they were planning to vote him out. Lex goes on to talk about how he has "his own agenda," and it doesn't include Ethan: "I can't afford ballast, I can't afford dead weight, and I certainly can't be dragging an ex-winner along with me just because he's my friend." I might have to marry Lex just for comparing Ethan to "ballast." I would also have accepted a simpler and more elegant word, like "filler."