Ken stuffs his face, then notices a piece of paper with writing under it hidden a nearby bowl. The word "immunity" can be seen clearly, but before Ken can tell Matty what's going on, Charlie sees the clue as well, and stands up and points to it with a loud "what's that?" Charlie is clearly the master of subtle game-playing. Ken grabs the clue and reads it, being careful (and looking mighty obnoxious) to make sure Charlie can't see it. He tells us that the note said he could keep it to himself or share the information with everyone. Charlie tries to grab it from him, and the weakest tug-of-war ever ensues. The other side of the table is full of Kota people who don't really care what's going on because they don't think they need to care. Immunity, schmimmunity -- they're the Kota Six! They'll go all the way, even though one of their members is Susie, who Corinne hates and Randy thinks is insane and can't be trusted! Ken tells us that he knew his cover was blown, so he gives the clue to Charlie, who tosses it to the rest of his team. Ken says he had a chance to get his own immunity idol, but "Charlie blew it for" him. I think Ken blew it by staring at the clue and then whispering about it to Matty instead of finding a way to grab it before Charlie or anyone else could see it. He took his time, and now it's gone.
Of course, Marcus the Magnificent reads the clue aloud, although he refrains from using a spoon as a microphone again. It says there's a hidden immunity idol buried under a log in the sand. Randy immediately knows exactly which log the idol is buried under and asks who wants it, pointing out where he's sure it is. He just has to show everyone how smart he is, doesn't he? Marcus, meanwhile, says they could just leave the idol there, buried, so no one gets it. Marcus tells us that his big master plan was to call everyone's bluff in acting all casual about the buried idol. As opposed to Marcus, who isn't acting at all casual about the idol. How superior of him. Randy agrees with Marcus and suggests digging the idol up as a group and throwing it away. Marcus tells us that Randy caught onto his master plan and helped make it happen. Sure enough, the table decides to throw the idol away, and Randy is next seen digging it up and telling us how amazingly smart he was to know that a funny-shaped log on a beach full of funny-shaped logs was significant. "I am King of Gabon!" Randy says, pronouncing it differently than Probst. Ha ha! Randy throws the idol onto the table and offers it to anyone who wants it. Ken tells us that he wants immunity more than anything, but he also knows that if he took the idol in front of everyone, he'd become a huge target. Bob plays along with the producers and says this idol is like the apple in the garden of Eden. Crystal and Matty both say that they wanted the idol, but knew better than to take it, with Matty using many James-like apple-biting metaphors.