After various lizards walk past the camera, we head back to Kamp Kota, where a good night's sleep has done little to change Corinne's mood. She's still pissed at Susie, and says so to Marcus as they check out the latest treemail. They head back to camp, and Corinne tells us that after hearing what Susie had to say about her and her upper body strength at Tribal Council, "I plan on burying her as soon as possible -- alive. I'm an extremely vindictive person and I will get my revenge." How is it that Corinne is older than I am and still hasn't realized that revenge is a dish best served on soap operas, and even then it usually backfires? Susie didn't vote for you last night, so drop it.
Marcus and Corinne return to Kamp Kota with the treemail, which Marcus chooses to read while using the provided spoon as a microphone. He really thinks he's something special, doesn't he? Ugh. Corinne reads the second half of the clue, and it sure sounds like they're heading to a beach to merge with Fang. Kamp Kota is elated -- they've got the numbers to win this thing, no problem. Also, there's sure to be a feast that includes protein. Delicious, delicious protein. Randy tells us that he can't wait for the merge, which the treemail has "written all over it." He looking forward to going to the beach more than anything else, including, he claims, the food. Odd, then, that he chooses to live in the totally landlocked state of Missouri, but perhaps that's where all the weddings that need videographing are. As Bob packs his bowtie, Randy reminds the tribe to stay together as the Kota Six and not "be fooled." He appears to be addressing the entire tribe, but we all know he's talking to Susie.