And here we go! Probst explains: each contestant has three colored tiles and one rock to throw at them to try to hit as many tiles as he can. For each tile that breaks, he gets to shoot one arrow at a target. Whoever's arrow lands the closest to the bullseye wins immunity. That's cool, except why just one chance to hit the tiles? That tends to favor the men whose arms are strong enough to throw with the force needed to break through multiple tiles. Also, they don't have that whole throw-like-a-girl problem. The players get their spots and grab one rock each even though there's a big pile of rocks in front of them. Again, why only one throw? Didn't people used to get several opportunities in these challenges? Maybe Probst just wants them to end as soon as possible so he can go back to dying his hair. He gives them some last-minute instructions: if you don't break any of your tiles, then you don't have a shot at immunity. And if someone else breaks one of your tiles, then that counts as an arrow for you. That's not really fair to the people on either end of the game board, though, since they only have one neighbor to potentially miss and hit one of their tiles instead of two like everyone else.
Shambo throws first. Her non-softball skills are legendary at this point, and despite a wind-up that almost looks like she knows what she's doing, she totally misses. Jaison is the first to hit one of his tiles. Dave Ball also hits a tile, but it's Monica's. So she gets one arrow, much to her delight since she didn't get any on her throw. Mick gets a tile, to which Dave Ball loudly says "oh, bummer!" Either he's being obnoxious or he said that about someone missing and they stuck it in there to make it look like he is. Brett manages to break two of his tiles. And finally, there's Laura. She throws ... and misses. There will be no immunity for Laura this time. "HAW HAW HAW HAW!" Shambo laughs, not even trying to pretend anymore. She openly high-fives Li'l Russell. Despite how you feel about Laura, Shambo, you didn't get immunity either and this game is unpredictable. So I wouldn't be celebrating just yet.