The plane finally takes off, and as the pilot heaves a sigh of relief, the survivors start tearing into the crates. Alicia and Amber get off to a good start by proving they are literate, as they locate and announce instructions for their teams. Kucha looks rightfully unhappy about their name, and Ogakor masters theirs pretty quickly. Debb gets off to a bad start by not bothering to learn Rodger's name (don't worry, Debb, you won't have to remember these names much longer) and calling him "Green Hat" instead, which reminds me of my college roommate Anna who had a crush on this cute guy whose name we didn't know and who we used to refer to as "The Green Hat," because he always wore one. Chaos ensues as the tribes dig into their crates and Maralyn asks when she can pee. That may bode well for Mad Dog in the end, since Richard was concerned about performing the same bodily function in the first episode of the first season.
Peachy tells us that the camps, which each have a flag and a canoe, are four miles apart along the Hebert River. As they set out on their hike, Ogakor passes an Epcot Center dinosaur skeleton exhibit which Mark Burnett strategically placed in their path. At Kucha, Alicia's claws come out first, as she tells the camera that Nick was designated keeper of the compass, and that although it said one way, "he kept goin' the wrong way," and Nick is so The Mole. Debb tries to take control of the group, but isn't attractive enough to merit anyone's attention. Plus, she's rude. Nick tells us that Kimmi's already declared that she can't stand Debb. We then see Kimmi and Debb have a little tiff over which direction is north. Kimmi, looking like Jenna with bigger breasts, tell us in a confessional that Debb means well, but that she wouldn't "twalk" to her on the outside world: "She'd make me crazy." We learn that Tommy Hilfiger dropped by the island with a pair of plaid pajama pants for Kimmi.