Zhan Hu. While Sherea says that being rid of Dave for a while feels great to her, things at Zhan Hu are actually a little difficult at first with him out of the picture. They're all lying around, they're all tired, and they're all figuring out that although he's an utter crazypants, Dave actually did a lot of work, and without him, they have a lot more to do. Frosti carries a pot of water for boiling, Erik breaks sticks for the fire...and Sherea kicks back in the shelter, taking a nap. She explains to us that everyone works much too hard, and she's just going to wait around and -- yes -- save her energy for challenges. Which is obviously working really, really well for her team so far. In a particularly unfortunate moment of truth-telling, Sherea explains that she's not going to work until she has to work -- speaking of her teammates, she says she's going to "ride the workhorse till the tail falls off, 'cause I'm not doing anything until I have to." Oh, Sherea. Riding horses works a lot better when they don't have the ability to vote you out of the saddle.
It's time for Fei Long to enjoy the reward, and this is probably one of my favorite rewards in the history of the show, truth be told. When the family arrives for the fishing lesson, it turns out that, rather surprisingly, J-R lived in Taiwan for a few years as a kid and picked up a bit of Mandarin that turns out to be...more than a bit, really. He's able to communicate with the family, which is a good thing, considering that the family doesn't speak any English that we can see. So J-R guides the rest of the tribe through the introductions, and Aaron and Denise are chosen as the tribe's two representatives who will be taught to fish.