Jim and John are joined by Li'l Li'l Russell and Edna at the Arena. Christine and Papa Bear arrive, and Probst rubs it in, asking him how it feels to see two of the people who voted him out watching him from the bleachers now. Papa Bear lies that he isn't bothered at all and he's looking forward to re-entering the game and taking Upolu's side. Probst loves this, but then ruins it by stupidly asking Li'l Li'l Russell for comment. Li'l Li'l Russell would rather just apologize to Christine for how things went down at her last Tribal Council and for the "ruthless" way he played the game before. Jim and John, meanwhile, sit there wondering what the hell must be going on at Upolu. I'll bet they think it's a lot more exciting than it actually is. Christine's response is a combination smirk/scowl and saying that she'll "accept" Li'l Li'l Russell's apology but isn't sure if she believes it. With that, Probst explains today's thrilling challenge: the two players must toss bean bags on crates. First person to land a bean bag on ten crates wins!
Papa Bear and Christine manage to land their first bags on the closest crates, but then Christine takes the lead, 4-1, delighting the crowd. Papa Bear lands a few and starts to catch up, so Christine has to scowl and yell at her bean bags to make them stay put on the crate. Christine has a little trouble with the more distant crates, so Papa Bear catches up and ties her at 8, then again at 9. In the end, Christine manages to her get her tenth and final bag on the crate before Papa Bear to win. It actually was a pretty suspenseful and fun to watch challenge, but it was also a bean bag toss, and there's only so much I can say about that.
Probst is evil, so he asks Papa Bear to remember back to the days that he wanted more than anything to be on this show, only to get on it and be the second person voted out. He asks Papa Bear how that feels. I'm going to take a wild guess here and go with "bad." Papa Bear tearfully says he's always wanted to be on the show so he feels "blessed" to have had a chance to be on it at all. Probst then tells him to leave. He hugs Christine, who promises to meet up with him in the city (funny how she's managed to be so much friendlier with people on Redemption Island when it doesn't really matter than she ever was in the game, when it did), throws his buff in the fire, and leaves. Probst sends Christine off, and she says she wants her former tribemates to know that she is determined to win. She's also determined to enjoy a mixed drink, apparently, from the looks of the coconut/flower/straw thing she's holding in her interview.