The Foa Foa team is back with their poles first, but Galu isn't too far behind. We have an obligatory shot of Shambo dropping one of the poles. What did she do to make the editors hate her so much? Not be a hot girl they could ogle all day long? That's not her fault. Both teams struggle with their poles, coming close to forming the four numbers only to have one white coconut in the wrong place. At one point, Foa Foa's display looks like what my alarm clock read the time I accidentally spilled water on it. Over on Galu, Dave Ball appears to be the one who figures out the right way to align the coconuts, and they come up with the number 4673. He calls out to blindfolded Monica to put that into the combination lock and she gets to work. Foa Foa, meanwhile, has the number 95ךּ♫. And then, suddenly, they have 7346. Basically, they have the same number as Galu but in a slightly different order. Which means that even though they said there would be no cheating, it would have been pretty easy for Foa Foa to look at what Galu had and figure out that their number was similar. Laura gets to work on her combination lock. But Monica gets the numbers lined up first -- or so she thinks. Because when she tries to release the lock, it doesn't give. She switches one number and gets it. Galu cheer for fried chicken. The other six are sent back to camp. Where they've got two live chickens and one member who has proven herself capable of killing animals, right? I'm just saying.
Happy reward music plays us to the rock water slide, which looks pretty high up and terrifying to me, actually. But John slides down without hesitation. Even though the pool he falls into doesn't look very deep. "The rock slides are killer!" he interviews. Kelly, on the other hand, isn't such a fan, standing well back and calling out to everyone to be careful. Monica goes down one, though, so she kind of has to follow suit. "I'm like so terrified of waterslides!" she says. Here's a tip, Kelly: don't go on The Amazing Race. She does end up sliding down, as does everyone except Shambo, who is not shown having fun with her team because the editors only want her on screen when she's doing something doofy. Then it's time to enjoy the fried chicken, sandwiches, brownies, and "redonkulous" (as Monica describes them) donuts. And there, in the fruit basket, is a scroll! It basically says there's another immunity idol hidden at camp, but not where. Dave Ball says they should tell Random Brett and Laura about this but not anyone from Foa Foa, just to make their triumph over the tribe that much easier. John says he's "comfortable" with the plan to knock off the Foa Foa members one by one, even though last week he said that was "junior varsity" Survivor.