Peachy motors up on his little boat, wearing a tight black t-shirt with its three-quarter-length sleeves. Neleh warns Paschal not to skimp on the dessert, and Kathy tells him to have Bananas Foster because they're in French Polynesia and "that's a French dessert." Paschal naïvely asks, "That's the thing to get?" Paschal should be sure to have some French fries, too. Robert advises Paschal to open up the menu and say, "Okay. Bring it all on." Robert, I suspect, might do that every time he goes out to eat.
Peachy yells for Paschal, who wades out to the raft. I'm surprised he's not choking, since his shorts are practically around his neck. Neleh wistfully says he'll be in a "warm shower in no time." Now Peachy squats before Paschal and says he hates for him to have "this great experience all alone." Paschal seems confused here; perhaps he's trying to determine whether he'll get to choose a tribemate, or if a family member might be waiting on board. Peachy asks if there's anyone Paschal wants to bring. Paschal automatically says "Neleh," but without any enthusiasm. Like he would bring Neleh, but doesn't think he can bring Neleh -- like Peachy's teasing him...which wouldn't be that unusual, after all. Then Paschal realizes that Peachy's serious; he jumps to his feet, shouting for Neleh. She skips over to the boat, with her pre-packed thatched bag in hand, while Paschal claps and yells. In a confessional, he tells us that choosing Neleh was an automatic, spontaneous reaction, because she's "the epitome of a young lady that deserves it." He says it was a wonderful opportunity to enjoy something together. They hug each other and Paschal insists again that Neleh deserves it. He's insisting to the wrong person, though; in a voice-over, Sean debates how deserving Neleh is. He points out that he would have picked Vecepia, since it was her birthday. That's such a lame complaint coming from him, though, since Vecepia is his best friend and he would have picked her anyway. Neleh waves sweetly at the others from the boat. Except most people would say "gloats obnoxiously" instead of "waves sweetly." Kathy snarkily says, "Oh my God. Oh, that is so sweet."
Paschal and Neleh sit on the raft while the cruise ship looms in the background. Neleh says she's the "happiest woman in the whole wide world," even if she goes home tomorrow. They hug as Neleh tells us she and Paschal were excited; she'd never been on a cruise ship before, and she didn't expect it to be so beautiful. Paschal thanks everyone who comes near him while boarding, and Neleh is amazed at how good the cruise ship smells. In a confessional, Neleh tells us that she and Paschal were "grubby little rug rats" before coming aboard. As the other members of the tribe would happily point out, it's really only funny (and only to you) to call yourself a "grubby little rug rat" after having had the opportunity to clean up. Peachy once again makes a production of revealing his Visa card, and introduces them to Michelle, who will check them into their room. Paschal compliments Michelle on the boat, which he says is "really something." Paschal and Neleh are escorted to a room, and Neleh says, "Oh my heck!" for the first of fifty-seven and a half times this episode. She's most excited that there's candy "right away." They get all that candy in a little dish, and they can't manage to smuggle any of it out? In any case, it looks like they're made to share a room with side-by-side single beds. I guess the producers have to do that in case there's a chance in the least they can make it appear -- without disturbing the audience too much -- that some sort of romantic interlude took place.