Guess who else is doing a lot of talk? Stupid Debbie, who runs over to Douche and tells him that Candace is gunning for him. "I don't like being around negativity," she says. Then don't go on a reality show that's all about screwing each other over, dumbshit. And don't be in your forties and a high school principal and wearing a bikini on national television, either. I don't know what I would have done if my high school principal went on Survivor. But I guess it wouldn't have been too much of a problem since he was an asshole and probably would have been voted out ASAP. Douche decides to totally abandon his "let the strong survive" plan in favor of saving his own ass. So even though Candace did an awesome job in the challenge and scored fifty percent of her team's points, she's a "poison apple" and needs to go. Douche interviews that Candace is a "cancer on the team." Uh-huh. There is no "I" in "team," but there is a "me," so I'm pretty sure that Douche really means "a cancer on me." Because she's not trying to destroy the team. She's trying to help it by getting rid of you, who is the real cancer on the team. Speaking of cancer, did you know that Douche said in an interview that he explained his absence to be on this show to his employers by saying he had to have extensive tests for cancer? Twice? Asshole. His locks flowing free, Douche says getting rid of Candace will be "addition by subtraction." Kind of like how that soccer team he coaches will be getting much better now that he's been subtracted from the coaching staff.
Brendan returns to camp. Douche demonstrates a modicum of physical skill by being the first one to jump up and greet him. Brendan describes Exile "Island" truthfully except for one minor detail -- he says Taj got the urn with the clue in it, and she went off to look for it while he set up camp. He has no idea if she found it or not, but he thinks she's on the outs with her tribe. Brendan interviews that he's not going to tell anyone about the hidden idol at camp since his clue is way too general to be of much use. Meanwhile, he had a clue about digging ten paces away from a stick and he still couldn't get that, so he's going to have to wait until the urn comes with a GPS unit before he has much of a chance.