Jake doesn't know what Jan was thinking when she picked her team. He explains that he chose athletic-looking people with a "certain gleam in their eye." Not to mention a certain bounce in their chests...er, "steps." The new tribes hug and hop around a lot. Penny thinks Jake is in great shape, and then qualifies that statement with "for being sixty." She insists that they have better-looking guys on the Sook Jai tribe. The camera zooms in on Chuay Gahn's Clay as she says this, which seems really mean, because we can't all be the lookers -- some of us have to be the trolls. Soft-spoken Ted was also surprised by Jan's picks. He says the other team thinks they will trounce Chuay Gahn, but they'll be surprised. Hugs and more hugs.
Peachy explains that both tribes have meager identical supplies, including only one small can of beans. He says that they'll have to work together to build a "whole new world," and then points out the late hour and temperamental weather. He suggests that they head for camp, and advises them to look for their tribe's flag and fishing canoe. Helen explains that Chuay Gahn quickly figured out that they needed to turn their boat around, but the other tribe acted like "anxious little kids." Which basically they are. She says that Sook Jai treated the journey like a race, but her tribe knew better. John doesn't think so highly of his tribe; he says it's ridiculous that no one on his team knows how to paddle a boat, but does John even know? He tries to laugh as he says they were turning in circles because the wrong sides were paddling, but you can tell he doesn't find it particularly funny. Tanya tells us in an interview that leaders were emerging; she cites John in particular as ordering the others. She also points out that she's the youngest member of Chuay Gahn, and was hoping she'd be on the other tribe. She says she doesn't think there's anyone in her own tribe to whom she can relate. So she can't relate to someone who's not exactly her own age? Tanya's poor grandparents.
Jake laughingly tells us that he didn't realize his tribe was steering the boat backwards, and then Robb claims the boat went faster backward then it did forward. Backward or forward, Sook Jai finally lands, and the tribemates run to shore. Shii Ann posits that, in an ideal situation, they would have landed, hugged, and hashed out a plan. She complains that they all went wild instead. They're very excited to have mango trees. Erin looks a bit like Sarah. And I -- unlike many viewers, I'm sure -- actually got past the big breasts to see her face. Robb flails all over the place: one second he's climbing a tree, then he's hanging from that tree, then he's swinging on a vine. He's very...um, active. He yells to the others, "You can totally swing on this, you guys!" He reminds me of a very obnoxious, unfunny Kelso from That '70s Show. Jake calls Robb a "real case," and diplomatically cites his spastastic antics as "enthusiasm." Jake says that his crew is ready to go, "but they know nothing." In the background, Robb continues to flail with the vines.