Back at camp, Gary is tying some flies so that he can go fishing. Steph grumps about her doubts that they're going to catch any big fish, and then she gripes in an interview that usually, when there's a merge, you get food. And they got no food, but seem to have gotten the individual immunity idol instead. Danni -- who could probably stand to eat as much as anyone, now that you can actually see not only her individual ribs but individual pieces of food moving through her intestines -- explains in an interview that she was used to the happy atmosphere at Yaxha, where everybody got along and was chipper. Here at the new camp, she's discovered that all they do is bitch. She says she was really surprised that, over here, they spent so much time griping about not having food and not having stuff to do. I suppose at her old camp, there wasn't time to complain with all the discussion of sore ankles and Gary's non-football-playing business. So the members of Yaxha decide to take a little fishing trip together. Gary invites everyone, but indeed, only the former Yaxha wind up going out on the boat. Why go fishing when you can stay home and complain about the people who do? As the Yaxha-ians leave, Jamie gloats to the rest of his "alliance" that it's pretty stupid to take yourselves on a trip and leave the majority behind to plot. Right. Because up until now, this group hadn't managed to pull it together and make a plan.
Rafe offers an interview in which he explains that he is becoming uncomfortable with the attitude of his ex-tribe, which seems to be that they can sit around on their asses and make the new people do all the work just because they have the majority. He really doesn't have the constitution for pure evil, is the thing. He's more of a "you guys, would you mind trying to find a card game to play in the dorm lounge that lets everyone participate?" kind of guy. ["Uno!" -- Wing Chun] Meanwhile, as the former Yaxha is getting ready to leave, Farmer Beavis laments the fact that this is like being in prison, in that they have to do the "bitch work" while they get their resources raided. He really should, you know, speak to the ACLU or somebody about whatever prison that is. That really shouldn't happen. Danni notes to the rest of the group that the former Nakum apparently rooted through all of their gear when they got to camp, and didn't even ask Yaxha first. "Like a bunch of pigs," Bobby Jon notes with disgust. I suspect he has a particular pig in mind.