Anyway, Ian's next question to answer is that he has to choose the three people who will sit out the challenge, remembering that they can't sit out any of the same people in two consecutive challenges. The ones who he chooses to sit for this are Anonymous Jen, Coby, and Janu. Anyway, tomorrow morning, Jeff will be bringing back Jesse, one of the show's ass-kicking challenge builders, and Jesse will judge the bathrooms. Whichever bathroom is judged best, that tribe will receive a visit from the whole construction department (aww, crossover with real life!), which will build them a monstrously awesome shelter. The tribe goes vaguely mad at the idea of a fabulous shelter that would actually keep them dry and comfortable and would probably be so great that it would immediately be yanked away from them next week for the sake of drama. Okay, now there are Ian's tools on the ground, and I see...a hammer, yes, and...a measuring tape? That would make sense. Ian claims in an interview to be feeling "fantastic." We all feel fantastic! Because we love you, Dolphin Boy.
Later, Ulong is out fishing, mostly sitting around on the boat and doing nothing while a couple of the guys try to get teeny little fish. "We found Nemo," someone comments. Snerk. And, exactly. I don't understand why Ulong keeps catching these fish that look like you'd stick them on a cracker and serve them as an appetizer, but perhaps it's the nature of the local fish population. When the tribe returns to camp, they find that Jeff is waiting for them. He immediately asks, before they can even pile out of the boat, who their representative is. They sheepishly look at each other. They ask Jeff whether they can ask questions, and Jeff is like, "You don't have your representative yet?" Because...no, you can't ask questions. That's the point! Don't try to outsmart Jeff! You'll confuse him, and somebody will get hurt, and is that what you want? "Give me somebody," Jeff repeats. My question is...why is it not Bobby Jon? He seems like the classic choice. But anyway, they wind up sending James. Note, however, that the person who initially says "James" and is echoed by the whole tribe is Bobby Jon, so I was partly right. And remember that it was Tom who advanced Ian to go, but didn't go himself. I'm telling you, Bobby Jon and Tom are the same guy on their respective tribes, with the exception that Bobby Jon is stuck with more people who suck. Jeff drags James out of the boat.