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Camp of the Damned. Mournful fiddles welcome us back to Infra-Red Theater, where a crab is scuttling (yay!) up the beach. "Hi, Joanna!" it says, waving a claw. "Miss you!" Andrew is by the fire, lecturing some more about how demoralizing it is to keep losing. I can only assume he would feel even worse if he were the tribe's leader. Oh, hey.... Andrew interviews that he's very depressed and sad about losing the reward challenge, and that his team is at an "all-time low." He neglects to add the obvious coda: "So far." He whines some more about how hard it is for them to have lost the pillows and things, because sleeping is such a problem at the Camp Of The Insomniac As Well As Damned. I can only assume he would feel even worse if the sleep problems were his tribe's own fault, because it had had access to all the same shelter-building options as Drake. Oh, hey.... Sigh. Andrew also claims that sleeping is "the only thing [they] ever complain about." Oh, please. If I had a nickel for every time I had heard whining from this tribe about how much they hate losing, I could buy an expensive suit and, you know, stuff it down Andrew's throat.
Tijuana asks Andrew, the purported leader, why he supposes they keep getting their asses kicked. Andrew plays it off to the unhappy fact that "a couple of their players are stronger than a couple of our players." "In every situation?" she retorts in disbelief, showing a glimmer of backbone that I'm sure won't be...well, back. Andrew insists that it's Rupert who's causing all the problems. Good grief, it's bad enough for Rupert to believe his own press; they don't need to start believing it, too. They lost that challenge because of Osten, not Rupert. In an interview, Andrew offers a completely different explanation of things, where now all of a sudden their problem is that they're doubting themselves. Gee, I wonder why. Andrew despairs that Osten, in particular, lacks the confidence he once had. You know, Mighty Captain Kanga-eww, it might be because he's discovered that he's on Survivor and isn't very talented in the areas of surviving, winning challenges, coping with adversity, or sentence structure. That might have something to do with the fact that he's not feeling so filled with the energy of arrogance anymore.
Back in Infra-Red Theater, Osten claims that all the team needs is one good break to get them on a roll. He fails to offer any explanation of how they might obtain such a break. Lill, on the other hand, maintains that they're "doing fine." Lill is apparently one of those people who would have remained below while the Titanic was sinking, sure that they'd have the whole thing mopped up in no time. She once again returns to her bizarre theory -- first expressed in the last tribal council -- that they just need to fish more. More fishing! Lill wants to go fishing in the morning. Fishing is the answer! Everyone reacts with a complete lack of enthusiasm, because there's no reason to take action when you can sit on your ass and complain. Down with problem-solving! Up with bellyaching!