More feet, this time walking through the jungle. Neleh, Vecepia, and Paschal are checking the treemail, and Neleh sing-songs about it. The clue is written on the pages of a little book:
Sixteen have come
Four are left
I hope you've paid attention
Their hopes and dreams
Their place of birth
It's immunity for your retention.
That's the worst poem I've ever heard! And who's the "I" in it, anyway? For some inexplicable reason, the S4 hoot and exclaim over the "place of birth" part in the clue. Vecepia turns to Paschal and asks if they weren't just talking about this challenge. In a confessional, Paschal suspects that the immunity challenge will have to do with the "personalities" involved in the game -- where they're from, what they do, and what their dreams are. The three members of the tribe further discuss the clue, and Paschal suggests that they sit down together and compare notes. Vecepia thinks that Kathy may not know much about the others, and Paschal says, "Even though this is a big immunity, I want y'all to know as much as you can." Oh, that Paschal. He's so thoughtful and considerate. Vecepia sounds reluctant as she agrees to participate in the information exchange. As they head back to camp, Paschal is shaky on his feet again. Still, he insists on holding a branch for the ladies to walk through as he totters. Clearly they've been expecting this challenge, since it's shown up around this time every season, and we hear Neleh says she didn't know whether they'd do this particular challenge with four or three people remaining in the game. In a confessional, Paschal tells us that if Vecepia wins immunity, he'll be forced to vote for Kathy or Neleh. He explains that he suggested the tribe members compare notes in order to keep that from being "even remotely possible." Also because he thinks it's fair, but whatever. He points out that some of the current Soliantus haven't been with all of the S16, then clarifies, "As a matter of fact, I think Vecepia may be the only one that's been with everybody."