Over at Koror, they're trying to figure out which three people should work on the task. They certainly have plenty, but they settle somehow on Gregg, Katie, and Caryn, which kind of makes sense if you have to rotate in challenges -- it's a strong person, a medium person, and a kind of useless person. Coby approves, in an interview, of the arrangement, because Katie is creative, Caryn works hard, and "Gregg's got the muscle." That's for sure. The three Koror participants start working. Gregg notes that they started by finding the right spot to build the signal, settling on somewhere down the beach a bit that they thought would be good and visible. He confirms that moving all their stuff was a lot of work, as you'd expect, and Caryn adds that it's very hot, so it's a hard time to stay hydrated and whatnot. They need Ivana! To keep the team hydrated! And here I thought that was bullshit. Tom interviews that it wasn't easy to watch all of this from the sidelines, because obviously, you want to be part of what's happening and so forth. Especially if you are Tom, and most of the rest of your team couldn't touch your level of awesome with a telescoping dustmop. Tom says that he's experiencing "a lot of apprehension," as I think we all would be if we had to entrust our fates, even in part, to Caryn. Gregg chops. Katie explains that they're using coconut and bamboo to write "GOT FOOD" in great big letters on the beach, and that they're making a couple of big fires. Among other things, they want to see if ropes soaked in kerosene will burn nicely, and Gregg finds that they will. Around camp, the other Koror-ians are worrying that the builders may wait too long to start the fires. Gregg, meanwhile, tells Caryn that he'll be lighting the fire before joining in what he refers to as "the hoopla." Gregg seems a little young to make casual use of the word "hoopla," I think. Maybe the only magazine they got with their bathroom was Reader's Digest.
Up in the patrol plane (or whatever), Jeff is with Bob, the judge, telling him that his job is to see which signal is more visible from the air. The plane first visits Ulong, where there are fires burning. The plane flies over, and the team leaps and jumps on the beach. Bobby Jon tears out into the water and flings himself about. He sort of looks like he's drowning in the bathtub. Judge Bob comments that although they do have "ULONG" spelled out on the beach in giant letters, it's kind of up close to the trees, so unless you're at the right angle, you don't see it. On the other hand, it's nice and big, so that's the good part. "It's not bad for three people," he comments. Bobby Jon performs additional random acts of flailosity. Flail, Bobby Jon, flail! ["The fruitless flailing about broke my heart, I have to say." -- Wing Chun]