Maraanu travels via speedboat to Rotwo's camp; they then disembark and hold hands as they wade to shore. For the record, they don't actually hold hands while attempting to collect items from Rotwo's camp. As Peachy welcomes them, he says there are certain things they must leave during the two-minute raid: one knife, one cooking pot, one water container, the magnifying glass, and any personal items. Which eliminates the taking of the picture of Tammy's "picture of fiancé and dog." "Anything else," Peachy says, "is fair game." The theme from Pac-Man may or may not play in the background as Maraanu begins gobbling up power pellets in search of the roving pretzel. Rotwo stands in a line and watches. Maraanu goes for the fins, food, and blankets; Gina shakes a coconut before deciding to take it. They also score what looks like a trove of vegetables. Hey, where'd those come from? As the competition comes to a close, Rotwo looks less and less pleased by the situation. Paschal kisses Gina, and the Moppet looks upset, although I don't believe the two are related. Then John and The Moppet console each other, which is ironic in light of later events. Peachy tells Maraanu to gather their new belongings, because the boat is waiting for them. Someone on Rotwo yells, "Bye, pirates!" which is kind of funny, then Rob starts smacking the frying pan against his leg, which makes a clanking sound. Is he made of metal or something? He yells that they forgot the pan, and Kathy laments having left it behind because she knows no mercy.
Rotwo recovers in the aftermath of the looting. Tammy's an ass-kicker, I think. And I like 'er. Rob looks very put out, which is kind of silly since he didn't actually earn any of the things Rotwo lost. In a confessional, Robert tells us that the raid was like the rug being pulled from beneath his hairy feet. Tammy attempts to stop the other members of the tribe from wallowing in self-pity, and suggests that they split up to gather what they'll need for dinner. In a confessional, Vecepia talks about facing adversity and being at a weak point, and I was sure there'd be some God or Jesus reference thrown in, but instead she talks about the importance of coming together as a unit. We see as Vecepia offers, for the first time, to do something around camp; well technically, she's kind of asked to do it, but she doesn't argue or make a fuss about it. Vecepia thinks the looting was the perfect opportunity for the tribe to "mesh." The Moppet pulls some roots out of his pockets and hands them to Sean, which is supposed to represent "mesh[ing]," I suppose. Something or someone yodels.