A big crab sits beside a little crab. The little crab mixes it up like it's scratching a record, and from what we see next, the crab has a better sense of rhythm than The Moppet, who is clinging to a teddy bear and attempting to rap. Sean and Vecepia encourage him with straight faces, while Rob looks bemused. While Sean accompanies him on the "bass," The Moppet raps:
Now chillin' on my rap in the South Pacific
Lookin' at my home is gonna be terrific
Got a little taro cooking on the stove
Got a lotta love in my little shack home
Living out here in Survivor Four
Never been south of the equator
What makes this display even more painful is that The Moppet raps with some bizarre accent; also, as the others encourage him, he becomes more and more confident until you get the sense that he somehow believes that he's actually good at it. Oh, and I did think he said "Got a little tail cooking on the stove" which amused me for a while but then the rapping-induced pain took over. Thankfully, we cut away from this multi-sensory assault as The Moppet tells us in a confessional that he loves the new members of the tribe. Back at camp, Tammy is sitting next to him all of a sudden, so either she's just joined the group or The Moppet rapped on multiple occasions, which alone would be grounds for voting him out. Zoe's there, too, while John snits and works in the background because no one asked him to rap, and he does a mean Snow. The rap continues:
We never know the next day who we [sic] gonna be
Cause we're Rotwo
And we can do
So let's have a rap
Let's have some little...
Now The Moppet's added fly hand motions and thuggish expressions, and luckily a voice-over from John spares us the rest of the song. John tells us he's noticed The Moppet spending "lots and lots of time" with the new members of the tribe. He tells us that The Moppet had said in an earlier conversation that he would vote the newest members out first so that Rotu could return to being "one happy family." John wants to confirm that The Moppet plans to keep his word; if he does, then John is fine with keeping The Moppet around.