Treemail time reveals a close-up shot of Tanya's butt. Oh, and there's a clue, too. It's about "blind faith" and "carry[ing] the weight," as well as "great rewards." Ted thinks they will be blindfolded and running through the bush, and Jan thinks, "We're gonna have to guide us." Since Jan can barely guide herself on a daily basis, I can see how that would be a challenge. In an interview, Clay posits that the reward is either food or an easier way to get food, and that they really want to win it. Ghandia hangs out in her sports bra, and offers to "distract the other team with [her] cleavage." As she motions pulling her sports bra up and aside, she claims it's "easy access in case [she has] to pull the boobs out on the other side." Oh no. Did she have to go there? When Tanya points out that they'll be blindfolded, Ghandia responds, "They don't know!"
We're now at the challenge site, where ornate orange and pink canopy beds called palanquins await. Peachy explains that the challenge will require teamwork and trust. Each tribe will select a guide, and the others will be blindfolded. The blindfolded members will carry the guide on the palanquin through a figure eight course, during which their paths will cross three times. Yay! There's always opportunity for much amusement with the path crossings. Throughout the course are several stations with tribal bags tied to them. The guide must untie all of the tribe's colored bags and return with them to the mat. The reward is an extra lantern, fishing hooks and line, and a thirty-meter fishing net, which is much bigger than the net given the tribes upon abandonment. Why couldn't the winning tribe just take home the palanquin? Sook Jai agrees to sit sick Stephanie out. Tanya and Penny, meanwhile, will be the guides.