Rob interviews that all his survival tools are gone. The camera pans over to the Magic 8-Ball as he moans, "That's a blow!" Outside of someone getting hurt, he thinks the fire is the worst thing that could have happened.
Matt announces that the situation sucks, and Jenna follows up with what might be the all-time best line ever: "I know. I have stuff that has been passed down for like five years -- six years -- that I could never get back." Hee. Mathew laments being left with nothing warm to wear at night, his Silence of the Lambs skin suit having been left in the pack. He interviews about his belief in fate, proposing that this catastrophe was probably unavoidable. He can see how it happened, though, because there was a lot of wood. He then says he's not going to point any fingers because "we don't do that in this tribe," but that, in hindsight, it was "an inferno waiting to happen."
Butch is obsessed with talking about what happened, and clearly he's trying to find at least some blame elsewhere. He says the fire got hot, ignited, and the wood burned, too, but he insists that it really doesn't matter how it happened: "It caught; it burned." In an interview, Rob tells us that he's not "one for conspiracy theories," but that "with about 137 days' worth of dry wood, our camp burnt to the ground." He asks, "Was there a connection? I don't know. I'm not one to point fingers." He then coughs "Butch" into his hand. Hee.
It's now Day 35 at Jackée, and HeiDDi and Jenna sleep and spoon. Matthew announces that "just so everyone knows, there's a rumbling in the distance." They can't hear it themselves? Rob responds that the thunder is why he's "jumpin' out of bed now." Matthew explains that he's working on vines for the replacement fire shelter, before telling us in an interview that the importance of the shelter supersedes sleep. He continues, "And what we'll do differently this time is: we won't be stacking any wood. Around the fire. Any longer." We get a pointed shot of Butch, doing what else but dragging wood.
Random gong sounds accompany the working men as HeiDDi voice-overs that she wants Butch voted off before herself and Jenna because they worked harder than Butch and earned it. She adds, "We've not been careless! We didn't burn down the camp!" Still, she thinks there's no way to prevail over the men, whom she says are in a "hard-core alliance." HeiDDi further interviews that she's spent the morning watching the three boys trying to rebuild the fire shelter, and she told Jenna that she felt bad for not helping, but then thought, "Nah. I really don't." We see shot after shot of the men at work while Jenna and HeiDDi sit around bleary-eyed or stand around laughing at them. In a reclining interview, Jenna explains that she won't do any work to make life easier for the men, because she's just going to be voted off. She's grateful that they built the shelter because it's a necessity, but she still won't help out with it. HeiDDi's tongue lolls out as Matthew voice-overs that if he were one of the women, he'd work extra-hard to convince the other members of the tribe that he shouldn't be first to go. He adds, "They're just digging a deeper grave for themselves as far as I'm concerned. Mmmmm. Graves." Okay, without the last part.