A fish bites Jamie. Go, fish, go!
Now, we are among the ruins, and Probst is bringing the tribes onto their mats, showing Nakum that Yaxha got rid of Brianna. Jeff says that it's "arguably the toughest Survivor ever," so in return, they're getting a break from challenges today to learn what they think of each other. Ah, the dreaded non-challenge challenge. Jeff's going to ask them questions, and they'll reveal their answers to him. "Each answer will have a direct effect on those tribemates," he says. I personally believe the best twist ever would be a challenge like this where everyone wrote down the name of the person they liked the best who had done the most for the tribe up to that point, and then that person was instantly eliminated. I just think it would have an elegant meanness that would bring this enterprise right back to where it needs to be. But nobody ever listens to me.
Okay, on with the non-challenge. First question: which tribe member most needs nourishment? And you can't vote for yourself. Practically everybody at Yaxha votes for Jamie, and practically everybody at Nakum votes for Danni. What's awesome is that Danni is getting that vote because she looks like she could keel over at any moment, and Jamie is presumably getting it because he bitches about wanting to eat constantly. I can't imagine why else he would get the vote, of all people. Jeff calls Danni and Jamie up to the podium and offers them each an apple, which they proceed to enjoy. ("Hi, Danni." "Hi, Jamie." "Whatcha doin'?" "Eatin' an apple.")
Next question: who's the smelliest? Nakum picks Bobby Jon (heh), while at Yaxha, Gary barely edges out Jamie. Bobby Jon and Gary are sent up to take showers. The overhead shot of Gary involves pixelizing of something that isn't even his ass, which...privacy, people. Can we get just a little? ["Or, if we can't, couldn't Bobby Jon's pixelizable bits get equal screen time, if not more? (As a pervert might ask.)" -- Wing Chun] Brian promises Gary that the tribe will be "smelling [him] all night." I'm sure Gary appreciates that. Indeed, when Gary comes back to his tribe, they all give his head a mighty sniff. Considering that he's still wearing the same stanky clothes, I really can't imagine he smells all that wonderful, or that he will for very long, but I guess you could sniff the shampoo in his hair. I usually like to smell necks when it comes to men, but hair would be adequate in a pinch.