This segues to a snippet of Mofo Maji life. Kimp tries to joke that they're having much more fun than Lex Loser and Tom are on their trip, and Kimj immediately shoots her down. Kimp says, "You don't even care to joke about it?" We then see a close-up of Kimj drawing some sort of symbol on a piece of paper. Kimp says the boys are probably having the trip of a lifetime, and they're back home making playing cards. Kimj tells us in a confessional, "I love cards and I know lots of games, so I told them I would teach them some games." The others don't know any card games? Sad that this is Kimj's one opportunity -- besides the acrylic paints -- to feel like she's making a contribution on Survivor. Kimj says that the tribe is making the most of the situation, and then the Kims agree that they're most jealous of the food Lex Loser and Tom are eating.
Back at the reward trip, Lex Loser and Tom ride in the back of an open safari vehicle and marvel about the animals. Seriously, they're driving right through the middle of a herd of wildebeests. Tom says there were thousands of them: "They didn't know what to do, and we didn't either." As the camera pans back, it is an amazing sight. I don't know if it's thousands, but it's definitely hundreds, and as the camera keeps pulling back, we see the wildebeest-containing area growing larger and larger. Tom tells us in a confessional that the wildebeests are "crazier then hell" and "ugly as a girl [he] used to date back home." He is amazed because the animals are "calling each other, they're mating; hell, they're butting heads and knocking each other to the ground." It's the craziest thing he's ever seen. He then makes grunting noises and says, "They sound like me on a good Saturday night when I get home!" Except I've translated that from Tomglish for you. Lex Loser waxes philosophical about all the animals moving in tandem. He tells us that the safari was amazing -- he saw every animal he wanted to see all within one hour. They watch as lions yawn, and then they yawn along with them. It's cute, and then Lex Loser points out, "Even with big cats, yawns are contagious." They also marvel at a cute baby elephant as it scurries to get away from them. The camera pans back again, and we see that the truck is smaller than the elephants.
Tom tells us that when he and Lex Loser returned from the safari, they were "bubbling." This announcement does not, thankfully, refer in any way to their personal toilet. I think they should have installed a bidet in there, too, and let Tom go to town. Lex Loser points out a table with lots of different kinds of alcohol on it, and Tom calls them "spirits." He and Lex Loser share a toast to each other and to the game of Survivor; Lex Loser thanks Tom for coming on the trip. Tom gets the whiskey shivers and, for once, says something actually intended to sound like gibberish. I had to replay it a couple of times, though, before I figured that out. Lex Loser tells us that he and Tom both like to "tip a cocktail back," and that the Governor's Camp staff could almost read their minds. Lex Loser tells Tom he's never before drunk beer while sporting a mustache, and Tom says, "I've never drank [sic] beer with a hippo before!" Hee. Hee. Lex Loser tells us that when the dinner bell rang, Tom wasn't yet done with his bourbon, so he brought the bottle with him: "In fact, it was in his pocket." A fancy table is set in the middle of a field, and a staff member pulls their chairs out for them and announces that the menu includes chicken, lamb, and vegetables. The chef -- wearing a chef's hat -- is about ten yards away from them. In a confessional, Tom raves that his piece of lamb was huge. He says, "I'm a meat eater. I mean, that salad stuff is nice for women or something, but I like meat." He says the meat absolutely "met in your mouth," and I'm pretty sure he meant "melt." Lex Loser tells Francis the chef that the meat is "beautiful," but it looks damn rare to me. Tom tells Francis, "You da man," and orders him to "fix [him] another sheep!"