Paschal, Neleh, and Vecepia return to camp and share the little clue book with Kathy. As the tribe stands around, Paschal wonders where "Miss Patricia" was from, and Vecepia answers that it "starts with an 'L.'" In a confessional, Vecepia explains that she's not about to share notes with the others. She says this immunity is too important to her, and of course she knows where Patricia is from. She confidently repeats, "I know exactly where she's from." As we continue to see the S4 going over snippets of information about the others, Vecepia tells us that her goal going into Survivor was to develop relationships with everyone in order to learn as much as she could about all of them. Now we see that Paschal, Kathy, and Neleh know that Tammy wanted to write a book and that Sarah was from California, but they don't know John's last name. Kathy looks over at Vecepia as she points out that they're missing some of the small details. Then we see Vecepia sitting on the raft while studying her journal. In voice-over, she tells us that she wrote down a lot of people's personal information in "her little book." In a confessional, Kathy tells us that she's "pretty good at question-and-answer situation[s]," and is now just weighing what Vecepia knows. Kathy, Neleh, and Paschal discuss who they think Vecepia knows, and who she doesn't. They agree that Vecepia knew Zoe a little bit, and Kathy says, "But she wouldn't know dreams...." They also agree that Vecepia doesn't know Gabe, and think they got to know Gina as well as Vecepia did; then Kathy brags about knowing Rob from the summit. In a confessional, Vecepia tells us that Kathy may be a little worried because she put herself in an awkward position. She says that although Kathy was safe last night, she must win immunity during this challenge to avoid going home. But really, Kathy did what she had to do. Otherwise, she'd still be sitting in the same position, just with different people.
Vecepia keeps scribbling in her little book, as Kathy dons the necklace and mutters, "Put this stupid thing on," which I'm sure disappointed Peachy since he's all about its "sanctity." They extinguish their fire and collect their torches; then Paschal tells us that he feels great about going to Tribal Council, and about the possibility of winning the challenge, "if it's what [he] think[s] it is." What else would it be at this point? He explains how important immunity is, because it guarantees the winner a place in the final three. We see Paschal wish Vecepia luck and call her "girl." How very Jamaica Kincaid of him. Vecepia tells us that she's going to do her very best in the challenge; she knows she's out of there if she doesn't win it, "and so be it."