Two kangaroo-like animals eat off the same branch while standing on their back legs. They're cute. We'll probably see them shredding each other in five minutes. Boran checks their mail and finds a clue that invites them to a café where they might "find [themselves] saying 'no way.'" Kelly concludes that it's a "gross food challenge," and then insists, "There's nothing I won't eat." Lex says he doesn't know if he could "do dung beetles." Tom tells him not to think of it as a dung beetle, but just as a beetle. Which makes it better how? Clarence tells us he needs to eat everything because of the incidents of the past. He then says he'll even eat dirt, and if Clarence thinks dirt-eating is a bad thing on Survivor, he's in for a surprise.
The tribes arrive at the "Damu Bar." Peachy takes the immunity idol back from Samburu and says, "Today's challenge is a real delight." He smugly tells the tribes that the people of Africa rarely eat vegetables or meat, but instead rely on "milk from cattle, and blood from cattle." He then says that, because he wants them to "value" the moment, they will watch how the tribes procure the milk and blood. He calls on some media-grubbing locals who hug their cow, which may or may not be named Charlie -- it's either the cow, or one of the tribesmen. Peachy insists that the ritual of bloodletting the cow is not brutal because cows are revered as a "source of life" in Africa and the Africans "would never do anything to endanger a cow." They stab the cow in the neck and it squirms and struggles ferociously (as ferociously, I suppose, as a cow can) as the blood spouts out in a little arc. Then the cow gets to run away. Lucky cow. Peachy tells the S15 that the cow has been "tested and quarantined." He says he'll put the blood in a "suitable" container for drinking; as he pours it, some of the blood spills over the edge of the carafe, which I'm sure he did purposely because it looks more disgusting that way. Peachy cheerily adds to the blood "a splash of milk."