Immunity challenge. This is your basic star-throwing target challenge. They'll each get three stars to throw. The targets look like crouching bodies, which is...weird. You can score one, two, or three points for hitting one of the body targets, or you can score five points for hitting the three-point target's "heart," which in this case is a circle with a "5" in it. The three people with the highest scores will go to a one-throw round, which Jeff calls "sudden death," which it is not at all. "Sudden death," Jeff, means that you go until someone does something that gives them a point, and that person then immediately wins. This is merely a second round. Dummy. Jeff does his usual fibbing by saying that whoever wins immunity has a one-in-six shot at a million bucks. Do you really think that winning immunity would give, say, Peih-Gee a one-in-six chance of winning? No. It would not. What I don't understand about the targets here is that they all look like they're the same size; they're just next to each other in a row. If anything, more of the three-point target is exposed, because of the layout. It's like a backwards bulls-eye or something. I don't know.
Anyway, Peih-Gee is first. Her first star goes into the ground. Her second one hits the board, but not any of the targets. Her third bounces off the board. So that's zero points for her.
Todd is next. "The mark to beat is zero!" Jeff announces in his assiest voice. Somebody should tell Todd that the green scarf he has tied around his head doesn't make him look tough; it makes him look like a quirky old painter, who is a lady. His first shot misses the targets, but not by much. Second one bounces off. Third one hits the three-point target. Todd actually does a little dance about the awesomeness of his third shot, which appears to rely on Goldilocks principles ("too high...too low...right in there!"), but I don't think Goldilocks ended her presentation of the soft/hard-bed dilemma with a James-Brown-y "Ouch!" as Todd does here.
Erik steps up. His first throw scores three. ("Southpaw scores three!" says Jeff Probst, who always thinks sports lingo makes him sound less like a dork, and who is always wrong.) Erik's second shot misses, but barely. His third is good for three, so that's six points for him, putting him in the lead.
Courtney steps up. Her first one scores three, and even Todd looks tickled for her. She seems to miss it, even, until she's suddenly all, "Oh, score!" Her second throw hits the two-point target, so she's at five. Third throw hits the one-point target, so that ties her with Erik. Pretty good showing -- she's the first one to hit all three times. Todd looks around incredulously, which takes him from "happy for her" to "passive-aggressively making fun of her in her moment of triumph," because really, he's an ungenerous dick, and it didn't take long for it to come out. Or to come back out, I guess.