We see that the tribe members are using their black raft as the signal's base, with an orange life raft tacked in each corner. Tammy looks perplexed, and being unable to boss the others around is killing John and The Moppet. In case we missed it, Sean explains that immunity is at stake, and that if they win, they all get to stay. Then Vecepia leads the tribe in prayer, because they haven't prayed in about five seconds. She says, "So God, we know this is a challenge that one person is gonna be leaving and it's not gonna be Rotwo." I'm not sure how well God responds to ultimatums. Vecepia also asks for God's help in coming up with a plan, but I kind of think God has better things to waste his time planning, like what color the new M&M should be. ["Turquoise, God!" -- Wing Chun]
We finally see the result of their efforts: a big black blob with orange at its borders, white tape in the middle, and sticks hanging off the ends. It's as sensible as it sounds. Sean tells us that even though it looks like "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids' SOS sign," it's good, considering their resources. Vecepia encourages the others to "win one for the Gipper," and Zoe asks who the Gipper is, and Vecepia doesn't know but says, "some big man says that." Honestly, at this point I'm not sure Ronald Reagan is in a position to care. The tribe stands around with oars and orange flags and waits for the ship to arrive.