And then, very briefly, just so it does not remain a complete mystery, we see that the immunity idol is buried in the side of what I believe to be a large, twisted tree.
Aggressive-tongued surprisingly lifelike lizardbot.
It is Day 20, and Lydia wants to know if anyone has come up with a name for the new tribe. Because no one in this group is remotely creative, the best they can come up with is Xhakum, pronounced "sha-KOOM." Ew. It's like we're squeeing over Yaxha and Nakum falling in love, and we're starting our own fansite about them. At least "Chaboga Mogo" sounded like a dance craze. Okay, a dance craze only gaining a foothold at wedding receptions, but still. No one really cares about team unity in this particular group, so designated suckers Rafe and Lydia set out to paint the new tribe flag.
There continues to be idol-hunting. Because unity is fleeting, but being out for number one is forever. Jamie explains that he's looking for the idol simply because he doesn't want anyone on the former Yaxha to find it and screw up the plan. For his part, Bobby Jon feels like his entire group is a bunch of "sitting ducks," so he's been out hunting for the idol every day. The editing sort of suggests that the coatimundi are looking for the idol as well by digging in the dirt, but I kind of doubt it. Coatimundi aren't stupid. Judd announces to Jamie that he's not looking anymore. It's just making him nuts. Well, more nuts, presumably.
In one of those moments where Rafe is both really likable and kind of goofy, he tells us that he really wants to find the idol. But unfortunately, as he puts it, he's "the worst person at finding anything in the world." The words come up on the screen: "Rafe: Wilderness Guide." Hee. Perhaps it takes the form of just saying, "This is...the wilderness. Over here is...more wilderness. Hey, I'm a wilderness guide, not a getting-out-of-the-wilderness guide." Rafe then explains that, while searching, he also put his hand directly into a hornet's nest, and as we see demonstrated on screen, he had to run away as quickly as possible because he was being attacked by hornets. It would have been awesome if they had hidden the immunity idol in the hornet's nest, like, "How bad do you want it, suckers?" Rafe has decided that the attack is the gods' way of telling him he's not meant to have the idol. I think it's the gods' way of telling him to carry Raid, but I tend to be brutal with the toxic chemicals.