Peachy tallies the votes once again and concludes that the tribe is still deadlocked. This has never happened on Survivor before -- a tie when neither of those tied has votes cast against them. The ultimate tiebreaker, it turns out, is a sudden-death quiz based on the Bush Survival Guide they each received before going on the show. The first question is whether smoke from burning elephant dung will keep mosquitoes at bay. Both Carl and Lindsey say it will, and they're both right. They are then asked whether fruit pulp from the dune palm can cure diarrhea, fever, worm infestation, or minor cuts and abrasions. They both guess incorrectly -- the answer is the yucky "worm infestation." The next question asks whether the African Rock Python has been known to fully digest a gazelle. They both think it's false, but the answer is true. That seemed like an obvious question to me; those unbelievable questions are always true. Finally, Peachy asks whether pouring hot water on a tick will cause it to retract. Lindsey thinks it's true; Carl thinks it's false. After checking what he wrote down, Carl confirms that he got it wrong and apologizes to Oldskool for ruining their grand scheme to take over the world. As they leave the Tribal Council, Peachy snarks, "Obviously, you guys have some mending to do."
Next week on Survivor: Boran comes face to face to face to face to face to face to face with a water buffalo.
As the credits roll, we confirm that Samburu voted down Skool lines: Frank, Carl, Teresa, and Linda for Lindsey; and Silas, Kimp, Brandon, and Lindsey for Carl. Carl continues, in his exit interview, to rant about Generation X and says he feels bad for us...I mean, "them."