Peachy hits Andrew with the toughest question of all, which goes something like this: The tribe that chose you as its leader is currently sucking so hard that other planets are being pulled from their orbits. What do you intend to do about it, Boss-Man? Andrew says that it's all going to change starting tomorrow. They're going to fix up the shelter and get themselves going again. You know, Andrew is a leader in much the same way that UPN is a network. He just keeps telling you that he is one, and acting as if he is one, just hoping that you won't notice him not doing anything that would call to mind leadership rather than, for instance, freestyle jackassery.
Peachy turns his attention to Lill. As a lifelong scoutmaster, how would she assess the tribe? She smiles warily. She probably doesn't want to tell the truth and say, "They wouldn't survive a weenie roast, unless they were the weenies, which they would be." "I would give them an A-plus for spirit," she says instead. Wow, that was beyond toothless. That was arguably gumless. She claims that in the last two challenges, they were very close to winning. Peachy pretty much laughs in her face, pointing out that they probably still wouldn't be done with the reward challenge, had it gone on. Heh. Peachy perseveres. Morgan's not sleeping. It's lost three challenges. What's going on? Lill just thinks they need to fish more. No, really. That's what she said. More fish! That's the answer! Oh...Lill. "That's all you see?" Peachy says incredulously. Lill looks back at him, determined not to say more. So "more fish" is apparently her entire theory.
Peachy asks whether anybody wants to own up to not doing too well with the conditions. Osten says that he's suffering, and that he would never be in conditions like this unless he had the chance to win money. No more camping for him, ever. I would just like to say for the record that I was tougher than Osten when I was about eight. Because I liked camping.
Peachy moves on to asking the tribe members how they intend to decide whom to vote for. Lill says she's going to vote based on who's contributing to "the troop" (hee, she quickly changes it to "the tribe"), and who's not giving 100%. Andrew says that his vote will be based on ridding the tribe of the weakest link. He wants to get rid of who's not "laying it all on the line." You would think that someone who threatens to quit would make a nice candidate for "not laying it all on the line," wouldn't you? I would. Ryan S. is asked about his vote, and he says straight up that he's voting for somebody who asked for his vote. Peachy wants to know who; Ryan won't spill.