Judd repeats the same shit argument, which is that he doesn't like "taking orders" and that he's "here to have fun." Again, it's not about Margaret's not helping -- it's about the fact that Judd should get to play however he wants without her bothering him. Frankly, if I'm in the jungle, then building the tent out of the tarp is an actual project, not a lark, because I don't want to be rained on. If you're having too much fun to have an actual discussion over the best way to do it, then step aside and I'll do it myself. How can they seriously think they have the right to tell other people not to interfere with their playing around with the tarp they've appropriated for "fun" when it belongs to the entire group? And the fact that she had an opinion really isn't convincing me that she was being particularly obnoxious. What they showed of her input was totally reasonable and polite. If she was a pain, I'm not seeing it. Judd bitches some more, and I still think he's a dick. "The only people telling me what to do is my boss and my wife," he says. And...if you don't want anyone telling you what to do, don't take control of things that aren't entirely yours to decide. Together with that sexist "my wife's the boss!" bullshit, this just stinks, to me, of resentment because Margaret pointed out that whatever they intended to be doing wasn't going to work. They were trying to show off, and they didn't know what they were doing, and because she's a trauma nurse and not inclined to sit around and say nothing while people do dumb things, she stepped right in and told them what she thought. What "fun" is that? Exactly.
Later, it is suddenly Day 8. Judd and Danni bring back treemail that suggests a sporting challenge. It makes vague references to body paint and human sacrifice. Awesome! Danni talks about all the body paint and how it's just like how she puts paint on before a Chiefs football game. Oh, she's one of those people. I hate those people. ["I hate those people generally as well as her in particular, which is handy." -- Wing Chun] She crows for a while about how they've won four out of five challenges so far, and I seriously hope that's the setup for the comeuppance that she richly deserves.
Meanwhile at Yaxha, Brian tries to pump up his fundamentally unpumpable team. Jamie even tries to cover Brian's mouth near the end of his pep talk, which is a little bit jerky, but it's not like I don't understand. Lydia talks about how important the immunity challenge is, and about how much they don't want to go to tribal council. She personally doesn't want to spend any more time trying to avoid being booted, either. Yaxha spends some time getting painted up as well. Brian babbles on about how important it is not to lose any more people, and is definitely trying to get himself appointed Chief Morale Officer.