Commercials. Oh, Cuba Gooding Jr.! May this movie be better than Snow Dogs.
It's a rainy afternoon when Morgan returns from the immunity challenge. Andrew interviews that the tribe is "devastated." Rain plunks on the ocean waters as the tribe suffers over the devastating decision regarding who should go. Yes, even the rain seems to know that this is the Camp of the Damned. Osten has a proposition for Ryan S. Namely, Osten wants to quit, and asks Ryan to vote him out. Ryan interviews that, at first, he found this shocking, but then he realized that it made a certain amount of sense, because Osten just didn't have the heart to stay around.
Osten and Andrew take a stroll on the beach, and Osten says that it's going to be either Ryan S. or him leaving that night. Andrew tells Osten that they have absolutely no chance if Osten's gone. Andrew interviews to the same effect, saying that there's no way Morgan can compete with Rupert and the Boys of Buff over at Drake if they don't have Osten. Of course, they competed with Drake in the raft challenge, in which Osten played a very minor role. And he wasn't much help in the diving challenge, since he can't swim. I'm not sure the whole "Osten = victory" equation is shaping up for me. But then, far be it from Andrew to apply logic. Osten again interviews about his fears of pneumonia. Which he still apparently thinks you get from being cold. This time, he specifies that he doesn't want blood in his lungs. "If your body wants to make you stop, you're stopping," he says. The fact that this big, muscular dude is threatening to keel over from bleeding lungs after six days makes me just...astonished. I guess he's bummed that he wasn't cast in Survivor Mazatlan.