We join the oblivious Matt and Butch in the boat, where a fish jumps up behind them. It's very, very still. Matthew whines that he wants to catch some fish, before Butch tells us in a confessional -- accompanied by shots of the two bored-looking men and massive schools of fish below -- that he and Matt caught twelve fish the first day, six fish the next day, but only one fish today. Underwater, we see a fish swim over and steal their bait. So, is there a cameraman in a scuba suit down there or something? More fish swim along under the water, and Butch announces that he's "got somethin' goin' on here!" They work together to reel it in, and the fish flops around a while before Butch skewers it on his knife. Matthew congratulates him with, "Good job, dude. You got 'em. Awesome. Nice, nice size piranha, dude." In a confessional, Butch tells us that piranhas have long, sharp teeth. As he explains that he'd stabbed his catch twice in the head and had already "cut 'im all the way up," we see footage of Butch handling the fish, which suddenly flops around and chomps his hand. Butch examines his bleeding finger and dips it into the water to clean it off. He dips it into the water! As much as I like Butch, he totally deserved to pull a five-fingered skeleton back out. We see another close-up of his bloody hand as he voice-overs, "That fish was dead! I don't know -- he must have just saw my finger and come right around and bit me." He admits that it was stupid, but again insists that the fish was dead. Matthew and Butch agree that he "got nailed," as a group of guilty-looking fish swim away from the scene of the crime.
The sun sets on Night 25 at Jackée, and Matthew returns to camp with good news and bad news: he caught a fish, but he's going to kill them all. Actually, the bad news is that the fish is small. Jenna announces that they have cookies, and Butch exclaims, "Booyah!" The only person who should say "Booyah!" is Davey Rockett. And even Davey Rockett, not so much. Alex again apologizes that the cookies didn't travel well, and encourages them to split up the pile of crumbs. He seems pleased as he tells them that everyone else already ate their cookies, so the remaining crumbs are all theirs. He apologizes for not returning with more food, but insists that he kept his promises. Matthew Jack Handeys, "Promises are really what it's all about."