At Tagi, Richard and Rudy inspect yet another ray which is, in Richard's words, "a good fatty" and "a lot of meat," images which could be used to describe both the manta ray and Richard. Richard tells us that he knows both parties agree on which camp to move to and so "[he] can't imagine what's goin' on in the sand spit," and it seemed like he knows about Jenna's Row of Shame, which is happening right about now.
Sean and Jenna arrive in a canoe at Pagong, where Jenna hugs Gretchen like they've been gone twenty-four months instead of twenty-four hours. Jenna starts ordering her team around: They have five minutes to pack, get their luxury items, and select three items to bring, which turn out to be the wool blanket, mosquito netting, and cooking pot. Jenna says she named the new tribe "Rattan" after the plentiful island wood and Idiot Seanvant proudly adds, "We just added an 'A' to make it sound a little more exotic. That was my idea, you know, give it a little flair, a little pizzazz." The ambassadors wisely start bragging in chorus about the feast they had. Jenna says "four bottles of wine," and in the background we hear Sean saying, "Four bottles of wine. Four bottles of wine," as if he's just beginning to believe it himself. Cranky Greg walks away from the group and then tells us, "You know, they come back having had a great night and 'Oh My God! I can't wait to tell you guys how much we've eaten.' And that's wonderful, that's how ambassadors should be treated. But you know, of course when you're on an island surviving on white rice and fish...." I think Greg's cocophone may need a recharge because this doesn't exactly seem like he's "in touch with the greater spirit." Idiot Seanvant then recites the morning's breakfast in a wide-eyed dunce manner, "Four croissants with orange marmalade and strawberry jam. Coffee. Four bottles!" You should see him count toothpicks. We then cut over to a very irritated Greg saying, "Hey! Tell me a little bit more about it. I'd love to hear about butter sauce. Thanks!" Colleen and Gervase both tell us they wanted to leave camp anyway. We then get sappy music and a newly sunburnt Gretchen in a totally different outfit than she's wearing in the move scene, and she's choking up and this seems very out of place. Like it was filmed, I don't know, maybe, after a Tribal Council or something. She tells us she first thought she would have been happier on Tagi's team, but adds, "I think it was good for me to be with this tribe because, um, you don't have to work all the time and you don't have to be busting butt. It's nice to...you know, we're healthy and we're happy and we spend a lot of time having fun. So I think it taught me something, too. You can be very comfortable and I don't feel like I have to bust butt all the time and I've had a good time while I'm here so I'm glad, you know, I'm glad to go with the other tribe and I was glad to be with this tribe." To go along with this, we see lots of shots of Gretchen looking happy and bonding with the team. As Pagong sets out on their raft towards Tagi's beach, I wonder why they don't just walk. Greg says "it's like starting over" and they left "a lot of baggage" on that Pagong beach and he's not kidding; their shit is all over the place -- it's like the path to Everest only there are no sherpas to clean up after them. Greg, who does not even appear to be rowing, half-heartedly urges, "Come on left side. Come on left side."