Now Robert and Sean work on the fire pit together and Robert talks about how hard it is to dig ditches. In a confessional, Sean tells us there's been too much labor on the island and I'm sure we all saw this one coming: he says he feels "like the master is watching," and that he thought slavery was over. He concludes, "I hear the Roots theme as we speak, here," and looks off pensively in the distance. ["Shut the fuck up, Sean, you whiny bitch. I hope that when he got back to New York, some of his African-American neighbours who had immigrated from fucking NIGERIA where they imprison people for no good reason or from the CARIBBEAN where they are still trying to solve all the problems caused by colonialism or basically from ANYWHERE ELSE IN THE WORLD where people of all races experience ACTUAL HARDSHIP AND SUFFERING saw Sean on the street and recognized him from the show and remembered this moment and beat the shit out of him." -- Wing Chun] Sean and Robert roll a rock together, and Sean says that by the end of the day he just wants to relax and "sit around the fiya."
Rob and Sean now recline with their buffs over the bottom part of their faces like old-time train robbers. Sean holds up an imaginary microphone to Rob and wants to know how he's doing. Rob says that he doesn't like being at Rotwo and complains that the woman don't look half as good as they did as the other tribe. The editing makes it look like Zoe heard this, but I'm sure she didn't. Sean enthusiastically adds, "The women on our island had big boobs with, um, tiny bikinis!" Rob says that Rotwo is a tribe of eight men, and then corrects himself to say, "well, eight guys and one girl -- I think her name's John." First of all, that would be seven guys and one girl, and secondly, what kind of allegiance is that to Vecepia? As they snicker, the editors again make it look like John overheard the conversation, but as with Zoe, I don't believe he did. Tammy walks over and offers the reclining Rob and Sean some toasted coconut, prompting Sean to say, "Here's one of my favorite girls right here." She jokes that they only like her because she brings them food, which turns out to be not so much a joke. The two men lie there and stuff their faces, taking the coconut piece by piece while she squats next to them. She finally tells them just to take a handful so that she can bring some to the others. They thank her and oblige, but as soon as she's out of hearing distance they snark that she'll be of use to them "as long as she keeps serving." ["And, hi, who's treating who like a slave now, fuckers? I hate them both." -- Wing Chun] Sean's and Rob's mothers are either rolling in their graves, or rolling in Harlem and Canton, respectively. Tammy tells us in a confessional that Rotwo will still feed Sean and Rob if they decide not to work, but that "their asses will be gone -- first vote!" We then see Rob propose that he and Sean go on a hike tomorrow "around that corner over there" and "sit around all day." They high-five each other, because being lazy is fun! And I'm not making fun of that credo -- if you asked my husband, he'd say it was one to which I firmly subscribe. But then, I'm not on Survivor, am I?