Now, a bored-looking Clay lies in the foreground of the camera shot, while behind him we see Ted drawing a little face in the sand for Helen. It looks like the face has horns, so clearly it's Shii Devil. He scrubs out Shii Devil and, as we see him continue to write, voice-overs that his strategy from the beginning of the game has been to adapt to every new situation. Clearly, he tried to "adapt" a little to well to Grindia. In any case, he wanted to talk to Helen about her feelings on the Final Four, and explains that he drew an alternate option in the sand, which proposed eliminating Clay, leaving Helen, Jan, Brian and Ted. We see he's written "BHTJ" in the sand, while Helen mouths it out and makes typically over-exaggerated facial expressions. Meanwhile, an apparently clueless Clay aimlessly chews on something while Brian examines his feet. (Brian's feet, not Clay's feet. Because that would be nasty.) Ted tells us that once they get rid of Clay, they can decide how to "operate with Brian" -- whether to keep or eliminate him. As they continue to mouth words at each other, Ted voice-overs that it was good to know he and Helen were on the same page about Clay. As Ted continues telling us that Clay is the next logical choice to be voted out because he makes no contribution to camp, we see Helen has written in the sand, "What does he do?"
The S5 walk toward the challenge site and Peachy tools up beside them in a car. He offers them a ride and orders Ted into the front seat. He tells the others, "Get on in, baby...this is what you're playin' for!" As the car speeds off with Brian, Helen, Clay, and Jan packed into the backseat, Brian looks slightly nauseated while the others appear to find the experience more enjoyable. Then Peachy brakes to a halt and orders them back out of the car for the challenge. He tells them they're playing for the SUV, which he says is "not a bad-lookin' ride." In addition to the car, the winner will get a "Survivor-style" day at a spa, including a massage and a meal. Peachy thinks the food could make for a big advantage going into the last five days, and asks if they think it's "worth playin' for." Why wouldn't it be worth playing for?
The challenge is a race to collect and unscramble an assortment of letters to spell out an activity. The S5 will stand on the first of eight letters as their starting point; they will then move on to a trough filled with tiles featuring both Thai and underscored English letters. After rooting through the trough and collecting an English letter, they can move on to the next phase, which involves lowering a flagpole to release another letter. They will then scale a cargo net, collect a letter, and climb down. Around the next corner, silk-covered Thai and English letters hang from a tree. The S5 will unwrap letters until they find a fifth English letter, and then move onto a "rope pull" with seventeen ropes, of which only five lead to letters. This time, a key is attached to the letter, and will unlock a "treasure chest" containing the final two letters. Finally, the S5 will race to easels with their letters and attempt to unscramble them into two words.