Kota cheers for themselves for winning the challenge. Hilariously, Bob is wearing his buff as a bow-tie. Bob rules. Probst turns to Fang and pretty much says they suck at life and will have a hard time in this game if they don't get better. With that, the teams head out to their new homes.
After the break, we hear from Marcus, who the graphic says is a physician. Because he's PERFECT. He says being in the wild like this is "really, really scary" because "you don't know what's around the next tree." As he says this, a crew member wearing the arm from a monkey costume swipes at some branches while monkey sound effects play. Narrator Marcus continues that they finally came upon a campsite with the Kota flag flying over it. We see that they're near a large lake and have been given two small dilapidated huts. Kota cheers. Hell yeah, they're cheering. Has this show ever given tribes shelter to start out with like this before? Not in a long time, that's for sure. Lame, but they probably had to do it because the contestants aren't allowed to disrupt the pristine African wilderness by cutting down trees to make their own shelters or something. Marcus claims that his tribe could all be eaten by leopards and "no one would know the difference." Except for the huge film crew and staff of the wildlife preservation I'm sure they're filming this at. I refuse to be frightened for these people's safety when it comes to animal attacks.
Sugar proves to be a total ditz in her interview, as she says she's "excited (giggle giggle)" but there's "really wild animals out here (giggle giggle)" and "this is really Africa (giggle)!" Ugh. She is smart enough to decide she won't be going anywhere near the lake which is probably full of horrible African things like super leeches and snakes although the editors want us to believe it's full of hippos. The group decides to get the roofs on their huts all sealed up before it starts to rain. Bob immediately jumps on top of one of the huts and basically does all the work himself because he's amazing. Corinne says great things about Bob, and where did her "I'm going to rip everyone to pieces" attitude go? Meanwhile, Bob has a pretty good body going for a fifty-seven-year-old. It must be so weird to be one of his students and seeing this right now. Sugar and/or Jacquie thinks she's helping by cheering Bob on annoyingly. "He's fifty-seven years old and he's awesome," Corinne concludes. Okay, I might like her after all.