A large, speckled cat rolls around in the water and swims -- we're supposed to think, anyway -- straight into the open mouth of the stuffed crocodile. It's Day 29, and Rob checks the treemail announcing, "Bad news, guys! It's the SATs!" Now that would be funny. Alex voice-overs that they received an interesting treemail, accompanied by a clue instructing them to answer a series of questions and swearing them to secrecy over their answers. We then hear the clue: "This is a confidential document which your fellow tribe members will never see. So please answer honestly." I don't know if I should be happy that they gave up on the clue poems, or if this is supposed to be some kind of poem. Oh, it's free verse. I see. Alex concludes that this game is "obviously" intended to see if their answers match each other's, adding, "We think, anyway." So how exactly does that jibe with the "obviously" part? Regardless, he is interested to see for what purpose their answers are used.
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