At the challenge, Peachy announces that they've been there for 39 days and "[their] once-strong bodies are withering away." Nice! He says this challenge will test the sharpness of their minds. It's Outback Memory, people -- I'm not explaining it. Peachy then tells Colby, "This thing is molding itself to your neck" as he takes the immunity necklace from him. Bozo the Keith goes first and uncovers a femur bone and a nest. I do think this would be more confusing because they don't have an aerial view. Tina uncovers a wooden kangaroo and gourd. Elisabeth gets an emu egg and a wooden Kangaroo, leaving it wide open for Colby who gets the first match. It sounds like the Carmina Burana is playing in the background. Someone uncovers a flute -- I think they were strapped for material and bought all this stuff at the airport. Elisabeth then has the misfortune of uncovering the "'roo doo." Colby thinks it looks like "burnt marshmallows." After some "suspense," Colby gets his seventh match -- the jawbones -- and clinches the victory. Peachy calls Colby's neck the "permanent home" of the idol. He then does some more word-slurring when he says, "I dno how you're gonna vote, I dno how you're gonna figure this out, but you can head back to camp to think about it." Tina pats Elisabeth's shoulder as they head back. Or at least Tina pretends to pat Elisabeth on the shoulder as she really tapes on a "Vote for Me" sign.
Sad music plays. La la la. Elisabeth and Bozo the Keith admire a pair of kangaroos. Bozo the Keith grooms himself some more. He tells us it's "anybody's game." Colby and Elisabeth have a conversation which concludes with Elisabeth whining, "I don't wanna go!" Tina says that paranoia has set in for her and that when she see people talking, she gets concerned. We then see a watchful shot of Keith approaching the group, seeing something and abruptly turning around. We don't see what he saw or when he saw it -- it could be Colby taking his fourth shit of the trip for all we know. Colby tells us in an interview that it comes down to "strategy or philanthropy." That's a Mighty Big word for him to use. He says he can't decide if he wants a "righteous person" to win or if he wants the money badly enough to allow the possibility of a non-deserving person taking home the prize. He says he's been weighing this issue since the game began.
As the jury enters Tribal Council, it looks like Jerri smiles at Peachy but maybe she's just showing him her teeth in a territorial snit. Elisabeth hopefully looks for Rodger. Peachy, not surprisingly, wants to talk. He asks Tina whether she's frustrated to be unable to beat Colby. She says she's frustrated because he's won all the food but that she can't resent him for it -- instead, she admires him. Peachy asks Bozo the Keith if he still feels competitive. Hee. Bozo the Keith says he does. He's astonished to have lost 27 pounds, and says he's having trouble filling his tank up with gas. Peachy asks what impact the night's vote will have on the jury. Colby doesn't answer the question, really, but just goes on about how important the jury is. Oh, Rodger looks so sad and baby-faced. Colby continues, "You can maybe up your stock or cut your throat in the same night and you won't know until it's too late." Elisabeth takes jabs at the others when she says she votes on her gut and that she has a very strong conscience and that's the way she's been raised, which sounds to me like she's suggesting the others were raised wrong. She says, "I think about the right thing, and I do it." Because she's so much better than everyone else. Bozo the Keith votes for Elisabeth and says she's a wonderful person and he'd like his daughter to spend a day with her because she could learn a lot. He's definitely the most considerate voter. I don't hate Bozo the Keith; I just think he's way out of his league in this competition. We don't see Tina vote. We don't see Colby vote. Elisabeth votes for Bozo the Keith and snarks that although he's "calmed down [his] cockiness" he's still her vote. She says it's nothing personal. Except she just made it personal by calling him cocky.