Now furtive-sounding music plays as Clay reveals in a voice-over that they had some "big ole shrimp" left over, which he endeavored to bring back for the others. We see close-ups of his grubby, elephant-ass-grabbing fingers loading food into the canteen. He filled the second canteen with two and a half leftover cans of beer. In an interview, he tells us he'll get to return to camp and says, "Look what I brought y'all!" He thinks that if he makes the final two, the others will remember that he thought of them earlier in the game and "they'll put old Clay down." As the feast winds down, Brian says that his belly has grown small, and Clay says his is currently saying, "I'm happy, I'm happy."
It's still Day 29. Back at camp, a bird pecks and pokes around in the sand. Jake is pleased to have found a solitary crab as the tribe hears the sounds of the boat returning. Clay and Brian wave as they approach; Jan yells, "Let's see those big fat bellies!" while Helen offers to help if they're too fat to disembark. In an interview, Brian tells us that the others were waiting for them "like, uh, lost sheep longing for their masters." As he and Clay wade to shore, Brian clutches his balls. He may be trying to keep his pants from getting wet, but there's some major self-gropage going on. Clay asks if the others are excited to see them and Penny unconvincingly drones, "We're so excited to see you, you don't even know!" Clay and Brian raise fruit-bearing hands in the air and start singing not so much as yelling, "Here comes Santa Claus!" The tribe members realize that Brian and Clay have returned with food, and begin advancing on the hapless men. Seriously, they look like zombies moving in for the kill. Clay orders them to take their sticks and return to the campsite: "We will feed y'all's happy ass tonight!"