We see a preview for last week's C.S.I., which was clearly written in 1983.
It's raining at Chuay Jai on Day 29. Beads of rain collect on a leaf. Penny tries to wash herself in the downpour, while Ted exercises. He tells us in an interview that information is critical at this point in the game, and "one makes a grave, grave mistake" if one doesn't observe and gather information that will help in future decision-making. One also makes a grave, grave mistake if one doesn't observe that nighttime, uninvited grinding is not the best way to secure new friendships. Ted points out that Clay looks like he's going on a date, but he looks as grimy as ever to me. Clay responds that he is going on a date, and that he may even "stop off and have a brunch." Ted says, "D'oh!" but then earnestly wishes him a fun time. In an interview, Ted explains that losing the challenge was disappointing because he hates losing. He was also "shocked" when Brian picked Clay to go along with him. On the beach, Ted asks Brian, "What's that story? What's that story? You know what I'm sayin'?" and Brian just says "Okay," but high-fives Ted anyway. Out of this non-conversation, Ted concludes that nothing has changed, and they happily bid each other farewell. Ted then tells us that he knew Brian and Clay had bonded, but now he knows they're closer than he had thought.
Clay preens with his hat, and Jan proclaims him ready for the trip. Brian reminds Clay that they need to do a "dedication" for Ted -- some form of salute "with the elephant." In an interview, he tells us that he has agreements with both Clay and Brian, and that his strategy is to wait and see which will work out better for him. The boat arrives, and the Chuay Gahn losers hug the winners goodbye. As the boat sputters off, Jan yells that they should eat a lot. Clay yells back, "I got a hot-lookin' date, don't I? He's got a fine ass! I seen [sic] it, too!" Brian fusses with his hat and pretends to think it's funny. As the boat gains in speed, Brian and Clay each raise both hands in the air and throw their heads back to revel in the experience. And of course, riding in a boat is just another occasion for random hugging. Brian voice-overs that they're more than halfway through the game, and it's an excellent opportunity to clear their heads. He concludes, "Relaxation is the key."