The Samburu tribe marches along in a straight line. They drop a stretcher. Brandon and Silas agree to put it on their shoulders, but then Brandon discovers that his shoulders aren't wide enough. Hee. Incidentally, they appear to be carrying a small tree on the stretcher. Frank moves the tribe along; he complains to us in a confessional that the others were moving too slowly. We then see Kim P. yell and ask Brandon what his luxury item is. He says he brought Chapstick, and she flips out in disbelief and then concludes that "[he] rock[s]!" Frank continues in his confessional that the members of his tribe are talking about what they're buying at J.C. Penney, cute boys, and problems at home. J.C. Penney? We next watch Frank's reaction as Lindsey announces that she just got her period and screams, "No wonder I have cramps!" Frank tells us that they're in Africa, not down at the mall with a latte. But barely. Brandon tells us in a confessional that Frank is a "big, strong ex-army guy." He says Frank went ahead of the group and then was irritated to have to wait for them. Brandon tells us that Frank kept telling them, "Socialize later. We can laugh around the campfire later." Frankly (hee -- Frankly), I don't anticipate seeing Frank laughing anywhere. Brandon continues by saying that they're not all like Frank, and tells us that Frank lacks compassion. Lindsey, meanwhile, lacks gear to carry: she is carrying a walking stick, two smallish jugs of water, and what appears to be a straw beach bag. She complains that it's heavy.
Boran is resting. A tumbleweed rolls across the landscape; wait, that's just Diane lying on the ground. The tribe spots the flag which designates their camp, and I notice that Jessie is the only woman in the tribe actually carrying anything. By now, the men are dragging the stretchers. Clarence and Ethan make efficient use of their time by designing a "tribal handshake."
Samburu arrives at their camp, and Kim proclaims, "This rocks!" I think a lot of things "rock!" according to Kim. Lindsey is irritated that Frank rushed them to get to the flag. Carl asks what branch of the service Frank served in, and Frank snarls, "I was in the American branch, called Freedom." Huh? The only thing Carl is carrying is a spear. The Samburu tribe makes a big huddle and keeps grabbing each other's heads.