And that's what they do. Li'l Li'l Russell is way too excited to hear that someone other than him found the idol, practically collapsing on the ground in relief and happiness when he hears the news before grabbing Edna and bear-hugging her. What a weirdo. And then, of course, Li'l Li'l Russell says Douche found it five minutes after they prayed for it (really? Just five minutes? He didn't have the patience to make it look like he actually had to look for the thing for a while?) so, clearly, God did them all a solid and he's on their side. Doesn't he realize that if God was really on his side, he would: a) not let him be on this reality show in the first place, and b) let him find the idol and not Douche?
Anyway, it's time for the challenge. We get to see how the tribes have painted themselves, and Upolu took the whole "paint yourself to be identical to your partner" thing very seriously. Li'l Li'l Russell is stuck with a blue paint bikini top to match Edna's real one, while Sophie had to draw a beard and moustache on her face to match Albert. Tragically, there simply isn't enough paint in the world to give Douche a moustache like Rick's, so instead they just put big crosses on their faces. I'm getting really sick of Survivor: Bible Camp right now. Meanwhile, the people on Savaii were a bit more lax about the treemail instructions; the blonde girl is wearing a pink bikini top but Ozzy, her partner, did not see fit to draw one on himself. And none of the women on Savaii painted moustaches on their faces. It's going to make me laugh for at least fifteen minutes that Sophie did that. And finally, what's with Savaii's triangle obsession? They all have triangles all over their bodies. Are those easier to paint maybe?
Anyway, it turns out that this is the stupid Product Placement Movie challenge, so the winning team gets to watch like five seconds of a movie that is sure to bomb in theaters (remember that Jack Black movie a few seasons back? Yeah. Like that). This time, it's a pile of shit starring Adam Sandler. Cut to the contestants trying to pretend they want to see a movie like that. But their reward for sitting through it and pretending it's funny and enjoyable will be movie food, so that's okay, I guess. Oh, and since the movie is about a twin brother and sister (played by one actor, as Sandler is now trying to be the even less funny version of Eddie Murphy), Probst will go on a long boring explanation about how that somehow ties into this challenge while Dawn tries not to fall asleep.