Elisabeth washes something in the river while Kimmi watches. People like to watch Elisabeth wash things. Kimmi then tells us, "The water here grosses me out more than anything. It's crocodile creek, and food and bathroom to fish and crocodiles and birds and bats and you know all kinds of algae and bacteria and it's just, I dunno, I just find it to be incredibly gross." Oh, those nature-loving vegetarians. Michael tells us that he doesn't know if she's been in the water once, and that the dirt is starting to stick to her. He says that when the other girls put on different tops they have tanlines, but that "when Kimmi changes shirts, she has a dirtline." This is followed by a montage of tanlines vs. dirtlines. We then see an exchange between Kimmi and Michael in which Kimmi says she's filthy because she was carrying tree stumps, and that she washed just yesterday. Michael says Kimmi got defensive about his suggesting she was filthy and then tells her, "If I had a booger hangin' out of my nose and you told me about it, I would say 'thank you.' I wouldn't get all mad at you." And how old is Michael? Michael then tells Kimmi that they're all dirty as we see Rodger sniff his shirt and make a funny face.
Meanwhile, Elisabeth gets the clue and it's a "big one." Nick asks if it's a FedEx. Elisabeth says, "It's a package. It's like a book," and tells the others to "check this thing out." I guess books are to Elisabeth what eggs are to Alicia. Elisabeth sounds out her words and reads like a fifth-grader. Nick knows a "travois" is a stretcher -- a three-sided one. The clue promises "clean teeth and shampoo," which makes Elisabeth squeal. It turns out the mysterious book is actually a Target catalogue, and the team gets to pick two items to receive if they win the challenge. After rejecting boxers and slippers, they settle pretty easily on blankets and spices. Then, Kimmi points at the book and says, "Travois. They're using a French word," as if she just figured it out. Everyone else says, "It's a stretcher," but they needed Nick to tell them that five minutes ago. Rodger and Alicia lead the travois-building and just assume that Elisabeth will be riding in it. They pick her up in it and Elisabeth exclaims, "Wheeeee!" as if being lifted very slowly off the ground in a stretcher is fun. Get this girl to an amusement park. Rodger is very careful to lower her down nicely -- aw. Elisabeth then tells us she thinks Ogakor is determined to "pull it together really well," and that Kucha has to go out there, "as if we're facing a tribe just as strong as we are."