Possibly CGI-enhanced frog.
Over at Nakum, Brooke (I believe) asks the team what they want to do with the stuff they got, and Margaret (I believe) suggests that one option would be putting it over the shelter they already have. Farmer Beavis says that there was discussion over this, and that people had different ideas. Not different ideas! What will the Department of Homeland Security think? Margaret interviews that some of the boys are trying to build a canopy to sleep under, but that it seems to be "taking a while." Blake says that the canopy will collapse if they build it so that rain pools on it. Margaret says that if they want to slant it, they can slant it one way or the other, but that they need to decide. (Her rambling, endless advice to this effect amounts to fifteen seconds of talk, by the way.) Bobby Jon starts bitching in an interview: "You know, you don't need a supervisor. This thing's supposed to be fun." The guys tie up the tarp as Margaret interviews again that she doesn't really get how they're putting it together. "Am I impressed? No answer," she says with a grin.
Bobby Jon and Judd go for a walk, and Bobby Jon says that Margaret "can be nervewracking." Bobby Jon insists in an interview that Margaret "hand-directed" the building of the shelter, which, based on what we saw, is bullshit. He goes on to say, "I'm twenty-eight years old. You just can't tell grown men what to do all the time." You'll notice that the objection from Bobby Jon isn't that she didn't help and then was critical. The objection is that she should have stayed out of it because it was being done by "grown men." It's a nice theory as long as you're not dealing with communally owned resources, but they were. There's no "I'm a grown man; I can do what I want!" when you're deciding how to put up a tarp that's at least as much Margaret's as it is yours, Bobby. I'm not saying she can't be know-it-ally, because I'm fairly sure she can. But this particular argument is total crap. They can't declare how it's going to be and then tell everyone else -- read "the women" -- to stay out of it while the "grown men" take care of it. If you're going to make executive decisions, you're going to hear from other people about their ideas, and if you can't handle it, then don't take on the task. They also made it quite clear that they didn't know what they were doing, and they were all -- including Blake -- standing around kibitzing about what to do.