Next up are three chocolate chip cookies and a glass of milk. Cindy nails it down for the also-remarkable price of $40. Clearly, people are expecting a lot of super-fancy items to come along here, because there are days when I would pay $40 for a glass of milk and three chocolate chip cookies, Survivor or no Survivor. Cindy runs up to claim her prize, and she takes a bite and turns around to announce that the cookies are bursting with chips. Okay, maybe $45.
The next item to appear is an individual mosquito net, and if you want to know just how bad the bugs are, just look at the excitement this item brings about. It's too bad there isn't a net that would keep away, like, Judd. That's what would really bring the dough at an auction -- a jerk-repelling net. Not to mention what you'd get when you sold it after the fact on behalf of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. I know I'd bid. Anyway, quite a number of people take interest in the mosquito net, and Rafe and Danni team up and bid together with a plan to share it, apparently thinking that they can each wear it for five minutes and then be bitten for five minutes and then wear it for another five minutes. But ultimately, it is a badly bitten Lydia who takes the thing home for $140. As Lydia comes up to collect her net and turns back to sit down, the camera zooms in helpfully for a close-up of her back, and from looking at her, you can sort of see why she went for the mosquito net. Gross. Lydia makes sure Jeff knows that her ass is worse. Jeff refers to Lydia also having the same problem "on the booty," which is a little bit of lingo I think he learned from Julie. Or possibly J.Lo, in her groundbreaking album, Bites On The Booty.