The winning team takes a catamaran to another island for their reward. They start out with fruity drinks. They all agree to take a day off from strategy and enjoy not being around gross old people. They eat food and take baths, wash their hair and get massages. Pete interviews that he needed this day off and he's smart and fit, so now that he's had food, he's ready to kick butt at the next challenge.
Before long, the winners arrive back at camp. Abi immediately start talking about how awesome it was. She won't stop talking about the food in detail while Denise and Penner are eating gross rice and beans. Skupin interviews that people are usually gracious when they get a reward, but Abi is flaunting it and won't shut up. Abi goes on and on about how beautiful it was, and doesn't seem to pick up that no one is encouraging her or asking questions. Like you know when you're telling a story and you suddenly realize that no one cares so you stop talking? Abi not only didn't stop, she went on for another thirty minutes. Someone asks Carter what his favorite part was and he starts to answer, but Abi interrupts him to talk some more. And more. Like I'M sick of hearing her and I'm not starving on a beach, plus I'm getting the edited version. I can't believe no one has told her to stuff it yet. Malcolm interviews that Abi has all the social grace of a Mack truck.
A bit later, the four oldsters are sitting around rolling their eyes at how terrible Abi is, which might not be the best idea since Abi is sitting nearby and she hears them. She asks what they were saying about her and they deny everything, so Abi flips her newly-washed hair out and says that she's glad everyone else cooked today, because she won't be cooking anymore. She claims that she's been cooking the whole time and she knows she's leaving soon, so she'll be relaxing and enjoying her final moments. Penner says they'll continue to feed her and Abi sarcastically thanks him. Penner points out that they all know that Abi has the Idol, so she obviously will be around for at least five more days, and Abi doesn't really have a response to that since she was obviously hoping for someone to jump in and say, "Oh, Abi! We aren't going to vote you out! Don't say that!" No one jumped in, so she was left to soak in her own passive-aggressive stew. Denise interviews that she doesn't mind seeing Abi make enemies with her pouting and that "whiners are wieners." Oh, Denise. You could say so much worse about that dipshit.