Trying to mend fences, Jenna says she can't believe Jeanne would think that they think she's not part of the team, considering that she does all the work. Heh. As Deena tries to set Jeanne's mind at ease, there is a truly classic B-4 shot of Heidi (as in, "This is our heroine before, and this is her after using our product"), and she's sticking out her tongue in a most unattractive manner. Wow, feel the cuteness! I haven't seen anything that naturally attractive since I cleaned out the bathtub drain. Someone should totally frame that moment and hang it over her bed forever, so that she will never forget it. That shot could change her life. ["The funniest thing about that moment is that we were watching with Sars, who's been reading the recaps but not watching the show, and she was all, 'Ugh! What was that?' and then I got to explain that it was Heidi, the totally cute girl, and that if Sars couldn't see how totally cute she was, Sars must need glasses. Or is jealous." -- Wing Chun] Jeanne tells the group that she feels like she's always excluded from what's going on, because the rest of them all hang out by the fire, and she's always off in the jungle. You know, working. So now she's going to stay by the fire, and they can leave if they want to. The implication is pretty clear -- if they intend to have little plotting seminars, they'll at least have to take a few steps to conduct them, because she's not facilitating by vacating the premises anymore. "Have at it!" Deena says patronizingly, trying hard for "alpha female" and landing on "arrogant." "Jeanne is sweating in her panties," Deena says in an interview. "She's thinking, 'God help me, what am I going to do?'" Oh, shut up, Deena, Queen of the Jungle. Sigh, just chalk up another idiot whose downfall I now have to relish. And I am almost out of downfall relish, I would point out.
"Maa-daaaaaaay!" sings a voice on the soundtrack for no particular reason as we sweep in through a flooded stand of trees. Rob and Alex snag some treemail over at Tambaqui, and today's note comes attached to a bottle of wine. It tells them that their youngest player should take the map and follow it for some "wine and laughter." The guys quickly ascertain that their youngest player is Dave. Rob interviews that he wanted to be the one to get the wine and laughter, so he's not too happy about the way this played out. "I'm very annoyed that the golden boy, Dave, falls face-first into good luck," Rob says. In the water, a crocodile's eye appears. "Shut up, Rob," it blinks in Morse code.