There's more talking amongst themselves. This time, Kelly's voice cuts through as she brags about having been to Zimbabwe and Hawaii. Tom tells us in a confessional that these are the cards he's been dealt, and he's "takin' it like a little man." A big little man. Grinning, he says, "I had to move it a little bit." We then learn how much work the former Boran members had to do at Sambutwo when they arrived. Lex is pissed because "it looked like a bunch of lazy people had been running the camp." We see a shot of Tom and Lex working while Lindsey braids her hair. Lex is also upset because Samburu hadn't been caring for their fire, and it's just a pile of ashes with no wood. Brandon lies that Samburu had completely exhausted their supply of firewood and proffers, "You're all welcome to look around." Lindsey then tries to boss the new Sambutwo members around by saying they're welcome to go looking for firewood after they all go together to the water hole. Look around they do, and a hearty stack of firewood is quickly piled up. Kelly tells us in a confessional that they worked really hard and that "to see people out [there] who just don't take it seriously , and to be stuck with them -- it's painful!" As the new tribe prepares to head off to the water hole, we see Lindsey warn Lex that it's "mushy." She says, "If you step in the wrong spot, you'll sink." In a confessional, Lex tells us it was obvious that "these people were napping all day" and "weren't doing squat." Here's where the pooping deer-like animal footage might have been used to some illustrative effect, but -- lucky for us -- it's not reused. Lex and Tom then discover at the water hole that Samburu had been, according to Tom "drinkin' outta the mudhole like an elephant." Hee. The other tribe members show up, and Lindsey says, "It's pretty harsh, huh?" But Lex and Tom aren't having it. Lindsey then makes excuses that it's even dirtier today. Then, she admits to doing laundry in the drinking water. Tom tells us that Samburu must have been waiting for a well or even a brand-new swimming pool to fall out of the sky. He says he's going to have to get out there and "pull the plow." I'd be happy to have Tom pull my plow. Did that sound sexual? Because he's strong! That's what I meant. Get your minds out of the mudhole.
Episode Report CardJoanna: A | 548 USERS: C+
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