Christy, Rob, and Jenna stomp through the woods toward treemail, which is revealed to be a billfold full of money. Jenna is particularly excited and tears back toward camp screaming about the Benjamins, so either she really likes money, or she knows there's an upcoming food auction. After Rob reads the clue ("Easy come, easy go. You're invited to come and play. You will compete to get some treats. But soon the offer goes away"), Jenna asks if it means they'll all get something, or if it's "a joke." Ha! That would be funny. In an interview, HeiDDi tells us that the treemail said "something like you're gonna auction off, you know, make sure you place your bets wisely...for food." We just heard the treemail and it said nothing like that, but whatever. Alex counts his share of the money: $500, and Rob announces that he's tempted to keep the money and "screw the food," because "this is, like, [his] life savings." Having acknowledged his own unsuccessful sex life, I'm sure screwing food is something Rob has tried. Jenna asks if they get to keep the change, and HeiDDi adds, "Ditto." And who says "ditto" after a question? You can't "ditto" a question!
The S7 arrive at the challenge, where a particularly dimply Peachy seats them on bleachers. He welcomes them to the Survivor Auction, but with a good deal less fanfare than he has used in years past. The contestants each have $500 to bid on a limited number of items, some of which will be concealed with covers. But the auction will stop without warning, so Peachy cautions them to bid when they see something they like and not to hold out for something better. Throughout this speech, Rob randomly looks to his left and right, under his seat, and over his head.
The first item is a piece of cheesecake, and Peachy starts the bidding at $120. Only HeiDDi bids, so she claims the cake. As Peachy puts it before her, he announces, "It's all you've ever wanted in life." A piece of cheesecake is all she ever wanted in life? I guess this is HeiDDi we're talking about. Matthew thinks HeiDDi would have bid the entire $500 for the cheesecake, as we see shots of HeiDDi taking teensy bites and chewing them up really small because they have less calories and fat that way. Jenna asks, "Good, girlfriend?"